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    Smile The correct manner of referring to a section in an act

    Section 186(1)(e) of the Labour relations Act 66 of 1995
    1. Refers to the number of the relevant section eg 186
    2. The sub section follows eg (1)
    3. The paragraph follows eg (e)
    4. In this example there is no sub paragraph

    Section 186 (1) (e)




    Section Sub section Paragraph

    Section 186(1)e) of the labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 provides"Dismissal" means that an employee terminated a contract of employment with or without notice because the employer made continued employment intolerable for the employee.

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    So whats the question?

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    What is the correct way to refer to a section of legislation in a post, perhaps

    Keep going, Vanash. I really should do something decent with the articles section, and I suspect quite a few of these posts you've been making are going to get promoted into articles once I'm done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave A View Post
    What is the correct way to refer to a section of legislation in a post, perhaps

    Keep going, Vanash. I really should do something decent with the articles section, and I suspect quite a few of these posts you've been making are going to get promoted into articles once I'm done.
    Must agree there, Vanash has some interesting tips/info.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanash Naick View Post
    Section 186(1)(e) of the Labour relations Act 66 of 1995
    1. Refers to the number of the relevant section eg 186
    2. The sub section follows eg (1)
    3. The paragraph follows eg (e)
    4. In this example there is no sub paragraph

    Section 186 (1) (e)




    Section Sub section Paragraph

    Section 186(1)e) of the labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 provides"Dismissal" means that an employee terminated a contract of employment with or without notice because the employer made continued employment intolerable for the employee.

    this is well explanation by you.

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