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2.6. Annexes

The annex to an act generally contains rules or technical data that, for practical reasons, do not appear in the enacting terms, and that frequently take the form of a list or table.

The enacting terms must always indicate clearly, by means of a reference (for example, ‘listed in the Annex’, ‘in Annex I’, ‘set out in the Annex’), the link between its provisions and the annex.

Although there are no strict rules governing the presentation of annexes, they are normally subdivided into points identified by Arabic numerals followed by a dot at each level (e.g. ‘10.2.3.’).

Last updated: 1.6.2021
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