As a non-native English speaker, I came to the problem, how to refer to several articles or pages in law for an essay I have to write.
I did some research here and found the page Is there reference material for dictionary abbreviations used in the first half of the 20th century? which was only partially helpful to me as the Wikipedia-webpage did not exist anymore and a similar one, https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_lateinischer_Abk%C3%BCrzungen only offered Latin terms.
So I refuse to use abbreviations and I am not satisfied with the results of translators like DeepL, that say "and following" is to use. It seems to me like word-for-word translation without considering common speech.
So, please help me to replace "and following": (Thanks in advance)
Please refer to code of law page XYZ "and following" - especially to Article ABC "and following".