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I am currently writing a dissertation and want to reference the case law of Stewart v Crowe 1999

How do I put this in my references please?

(I'm a medic and have absolutely no idea how you guys do it! Thanks in advance!!)
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Hiya, for law we generally use OSCOLA referencing and would simply footnote it as Stewart v Crowe 1999 S.L.T. 899 - I would imagine you are using a different referencing system, it is worthwhile looking what your referencing guide suggests as this varies per reference system.
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Yeah, what referencing system are you using? Might be sufficient to say 'Stewart v Crowe [1999] SLT 899' may not be.
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Thanks for your replies!
I need to use Vancouver referencing.
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(Original post by Tilka)
Thanks for your replies!
I need to use Vancouver referencing.
https://guides.library.uq.edu.au/ref...legal-material
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