Marking up Schedules / Annexes

A schedule comes at the end of a piece of legislation. It is a separate from the main content and has a separate heading, subheading and table of contents.

A schedule has a heading, such as 'Schedule 1', 'First Schedule', or sometimes just 'Schedule'. Some schedules also have a subheading, such as 'Laws Amended'.

The pattern for Schedules / Annexes is as follows:

  • On a new line, the keyword: ANNEXURE, APPENDIX, ATTACHMENT, or SCHEDULE

  • On the same line, after a space, the name of the element, e.g. Annex or Schedule 1

  • On the next line, optionally, an indent and SUBHEADING, followed by a space and the subheading, e.g. Laws repealed

  • Below the main heading, indented, the content of the Schedule / Annex.

Don't use italics or bold markup on any headings, including in Schedules / Annexes.


  SUBHEADING Conclusions of the subsidiary body on scientific, technical …

  PARA 1.
    First paragraph in the Annex.

  SUBHEADING List of elements of methodological guidance
  Methodological approaches for identifying, monitoring, and assessing …

    Recognize and fully include traditional knowledge, …

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