Laws and statues and the Bible are examples of texts that are so common that it is not necessary to include them in the list of references.
Swedish laws and regulations are collected in SFS (Svensk författningssamling). When you refer to a statute, you shall not state publication year and page, but the law and paragraph number. In the text you write:
Another common statute book in Sweden is SOSFS (Socialstyrelsens författningssamling). In the text you write:
Many laws have names such as PuL (Personuppgiftslagen) or SoL (Socialtjänstlagen). Use these names, but always state the SFS-number or the SOSFS number in brackets.
Fulltext laws and statute
Most laws and statues are available in fulltext on the internet. As the electronic version of the statutes may contain errors, you should always check the printed version.
Ring 0520 - 22 34 10 eller maila email@example.com
Chatta med en bibliotekarie - vi svarar mellan kl. 10-17 alla helgfria vardagar under vår- och hösttermin.
Phone 0520 - 22 34 10 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Chat with a librarian - we are avaliable weekdays between 10 -17 o'clock during spring and autumn semester.