Acts are included in the reference list in the correct alphabetical sequence. The full title of the Act is required, including the date. There is no comma as the date is part of the title.
When using part of an Act that appears in a legal book about an Act, you need to reference the book. For example:
Use the name of the Act. For Acts with long titles, use the full title the first time you cite it and a shortened form thereafter.
When citing a specific section of an Act, include the section number in your in-text citations. For example:
Indicate multiple sections used as follows:
Sections that are lettered as well as numbered
For sections that are lettered and not numbered, give the section letters and numbers and if you need to be specific about the sub-section, place the numbers of the relevant sub-sections at the end of the citation: