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    If the word is 'acts' (as in a bill that's passed on by parliament) should it be a capital letter? To put it in a sentence, 'I read acts/Acts'??

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    (Original post by Strawberrry)
    If the word is 'acts' (as in a bill that's passed on by parliament) should it be a capital letter? To put it in a sentence, 'I read acts/Acts'??

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    If it's plural then no

    If it's a specific act of parliament (DPA etc) then yes.
 
 
 
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