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6.4.8 Pinpoint reference

The pinpoint reference follows the starting page number, preceded by “at”.

Where the pinpoint reference is to the first page of the article, repeat the page number.

Eg Campbell McLachlan “The Principle of Systemic Integration and Article 31(3)(c) of the Vienna Convention” (2005) 54 ICLQ 279 at 279.

When giving a pinpoint reference to a footnote or endnote, give the reference to the paragraph or page in which the footnote or endnote appears followed by a comma and “n x” where “x” is the number of the footnote or endnote.

Eg Peter Devonshire “Fraud on a Power: A Doctrine in Retreat” [2010] NZ L Rev 503 at 511, n 46.

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