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Casebook Tags

 

Author Talk (Commentary) 

Author talk includes core tags for headings, text, quotations, lists, and spaces.

Code Meaning/Use
<ST> section title; superior to <H1>
<HN> notes and questions heading
<TX2> running text, first indent; also used for numbered list under “Notes and Questions”; add an <en> space after the number
<TX3> text block-indented under TX1 or TX2, no first indent
<TX4> text block-indented under TX1 or TX2, first indent
<RULE> rule; separates extracts from headingless author talk
<RULEE> rule; separates contiguous extracts

Extracts 

Code Meaning/Use
<HEX> extract title (case name, statute title, author/work)
<CIT> extract citation
<CIT1> extract citation; used when <JUD> also used
<JUD> extract judges; comma-separated inline list
<DIS> disposition; final (optional) element in extract
<HEX1> extract heading 1
<HEX2> extract heading 2
<HEX3> extract heading 3
<HEX4> extract heading 4
<HEX5> extract heading 5
<HEX6> extract heading 6
<TXEX1> extract text, no first indent
<TXEX2> extract text, first indent
<TXEX3> extract text block-indented under TXEX1 or TXEX2, no first indent
<TXEX4> extract text block-indented under TXEX1 or TXEX2, first indent
For coding statutory extracts, see Block Quotations (BQs) and adapt accordingly (e.g. <BQ1> → <TXEX1>).
<BQEX1> extract BQ, no first indent
<BQEX2> extract BQ, first indent
<BQEX3> extract BQ within BQ, no first indent
<BQEX4> extract BQ within BQ, first indent
For coding statutory BQs within extracts, see Block Quotations (BQs) and adapt accordingly (e.g. <BQ1> → <BQEX1>).
<BQNLEX> extract quotation number list
<BULL> centred bullets (stylized ellipses); •<en>•<en>•; used to indicate omission of one or more full paragraphs
<BLEX> extract bullet list
<NLEX> extract number list (← <LEX1>)
<LLEX> extract letter list (← <LEX2>)
<RLEX> extract roman numeral list (← <LEX3>)

Concordance: E-Laws Style Names / Emond Tag Names

Front Matter 

Table of contents

Code Meaning/Use
<TOC HEX>
<TOC HN>

Acknowledgments

Code Meaning/Use
<ACK>

Case table

Code Meaning/Use
<CASE> case table entry
<CITE> case table citation (not commonly used)