I'm posting about this because reading through this document is bringing up a tsunami of copy-editing twitches, and I'm not even a particularly excellent copy-editor. A period where there should be comma confused me for several minutes. There are parts that are, going from the numbering, just flat out missing. There's a pattern of a hard line feed just before an "in order to" that I still can't decide if it's intended to be part of the previous sentence (which ends in a comma, which would lead me to think that it does) or be some sort of break like a bullet point would be.
About the only law-making I've watched in action has been the WorldCon bylaws and Hugo rules, where such things would be quickly spotted and fixed or at least made more clear.
Is there a standard "guide to reading official government statutes" that might help me come to terms with this thing?