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    Vivien Witherden

    I would like to know when you use a full stop or semi-colon in a list and/or a capital for the beginning of the line. For example, in writing to a client something along the lines of:
    Would you please provide the following:
    1. the name and address of your mother;
    2. the name and address of your office; and
    3. the name and address of your bank.

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    1. The name and address of your mother.
    2. The name and address of your office.
    3. The name and address of your bank.

    Is the above correct in both instances?

    I look forward to hearing from you.

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    Re: Vivien Witherden

    There is no need for any punctuation after items in a list. Nor do you need capitalization, except for proper nouns.

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