1. For collections of laws, it is sometimes difficult to tell whether the title used in the publication represents a single legislative act or is only a publication title formulated by an editor, publisher, etc. In these cases consider that a formal or conventional name of a legislative act is not involved (whether or not it actually is) and use routine upper- and lower- casing.

2. For documents such as plans or statements of policy, use routine upper- and lower-casing if there is any doubt about the formality or conventionality of the name.

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Appendix A: Capitalization