References to Acts are in the short title form. Leave out 'the' from the start of the name and only capitalise major words.
Short Title | Year
Human Rights Act 1998.
Footnote with relevant section and subsection
Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020, s 12(3)(b).
This is the same as the footnote but without the full stop at the end.
If you include all the information (Name of the Act, Year and Section) in the text of your work, you do not need a footnote.
Title | Year, | SI Year/Number
The Crown Court (Recording and Broadcasting) Order 2020, SI 2020/637.
When you are creating a footnote to a specific part of a Statute, you can use the following abbreviations to pinpoint the relevant part (singular and plural):
Subsection to sub or subsections to subs
Paragraph to para or paragraphs to paras
Part to pt or parts to pts
Schedule to sch or schedules to schs
Regulation to reg or regulations to regs
Rule to r or rules to rr
Article to art or articles to arts
Human Rights Act 1998, s 15(1)(b)
Copyright (Industrial Designs) Rules 1949, SI 1949/2367, reg 4.