The full AGLC4 rule for Acts of Parliament can be found at Legislative Materials starting at 3.1 on p 67.
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Bills are cited in the same way as Acts, however, the Bill title and year should not be italicised and the pinpoint abbreviation may differ. For more information, see AGLC4 rule 3.2 on p 74.
Delegated legislation (including regulations) are cited the same way as Acts, except for the pinpoint abbreviation. The abbreviation changes depending on whether you are citing a order (O), regulation (reg) or rule (r). For more information see, AGLC4 rule 3.4 on p 75.
Explanatory notes are also known as explanatory memoranda or explanatory statements. For more information, see AGLC4 rule 3.7 on p 77.