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|Footnote Template - Online - Author||Subsequent References Templates|
|Author, Publisher, Title (online at Date of Retrieval) [Pinpoint].||Author Surname (n Footnote Number) Pinpoint.|
|JW Carter, LexisNexis, Carter on Contract (online at 20 February 2018) [04-001].||Carter (n 20) [05-001].|
|Footnote Template - Online - No Author||Subsequent References Templates|
|Publisher, Title (online at Date of Retrieval) [Pinpoint] ('Short Title').||Short Title (n Footnote Number) Pinpoint.|
|CCH Australia, Australian Intellectual Property Commentary, (online at 20 February 2018) [¶7-000] ('Australian IP Commentary').||Australian IP Commentary (n 6) [¶7-090].|
|Footnote Template - Printed/Hardcopy||Subsequent References Templates|
|Publisher, Title , vol Volume Number (at Most Recent Service Number for Pinpoint or Full Date) [Pinpoint].||Author Surname (n Footnote Number) Pinpoint.|
|James Douglas (ed), Civil Procedure Queensland, vol 1 (at Service 82) [r 429G.5].||Douglas (ed) (n 6) [r 429B.1].|
CCH, Family Law and Practice Premium Commentary (online at 12 April 2018)
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