III. Other North Dakota and Miscellaneous Citation Forms
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G. Books (See Bluebook R. 15)
Use regular type, not large and small capitals. Do not use "at" before the page number, unless the book uses section or paragraph divisions and reference to a specific page number would assist the reader. When a treatise has multiple volumes, the volume number should precede the authors name. The author's name should be typed as indicated on the title page. Where an authority has more than two authors, give the full name of the first author, followed by "et al.". Generally, use the date on the inside cover. If citing a looseleaf treatise use the date of the most recent set of supplementing pages as indicated at the front of the volume (do not use the date listed on the individual supplemented pages). If citing a separately paginated supplement or pocket part identify the supplement and the date of the supplement in parenthesis. For additional rules see Bluebook R. 15.
Deborah L. Rhode, Justice and Gender 56 (1989).
AIDS and the Law (Harlan L. Dalton et al. eds., 1987).
Black's Law Dictionary 1190 (6th ed. 1990).
17 Am. Jur. 2d Contracts § 74 (1964 & Supp. 1997).
6 James Wm. Moore et al., Moore's Federal Practice ¶ 56.07 (2d ed. 1985).
21 Charles Alan Wright & Kenneth A. Graham, Jr., Federal Practice and Procedure § 5023 (4th ed. 1993).
If a page number would be helpful because the section is long, etc., this may be cited as:
21 Charles Alan Wright & Kenneth A. Graham, Jr., Federal Practice and Procedure § 5023, at 872 (4th ed. 1993).
"Supra" and "Id.": "Supra" and "Id." may be used as short forms for books ("infra" may never be used). When "id." is used in conjunction with a multivolume treatise, the volume number must be retained and the "I" is not capitalized.
4 Richard R. Powell, Powell on Real Property ¶ 513, at 142 (Patrick J. Rohan ed., 1995).
becomes 2 id. ¶ 203, at 20.
or 2 Powell, supra, ¶ 203, at 20.
also 17 Am. Jur. 2d, supra § 74.