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Consistency in article title / style of cause
Should there be a period after the "v" ("Bazley v. Curry")? This is one of the few Canadian case articles without the period there. I note that the most recent McGill Guide (7th ed), has gotten rid of the periods, so maybe all cases should lose them. But it seems odd to have one case stand alone. (I suspect it's because a British person created the article after reading Lister...) PSnP (talk) 22:52, 1 May 2011 (UTC)