What’s the difference between “credit” and “source” in the CFR?

January 19, 2011

From the Westlaw Reference AttorneysWestlaw tip: The credit field lists the Federal Register documents that created or amended the particular section of the CFR. The credit field in the CFR is not labeled CREDIT(S) as in the USCA, but instead is set apart by brackets around the FR citations.

The source field indicates the federal register documents that created or amended the entire part of the CFR. The source field is labeled SOURCE.

(Provided by West Reference Attorneys)