||Warning – Negative treatment indicated.
A negative (red) signal is given to decisions which have been subsequently reversed, disapproved or overruled.
||Caution – Questioning or distinguishing
treatment indicated. A cautionary (yellow) signal is given to decisions which have subsequently had some doubt caste on them and have been distinguished, explained, doubted, not followed, varied, considered or had leave to appeal granted.
||Positive treatment indicated.
A positive (green) signal is given to decisions which have been subsequently applied, approved, extended, followed, upheld or affirmed.
||Neutral or citing treatment indicated.
A neutral signal is given to decisions which have been either referred to or have no history or treatment associated with them.
||Link to CaseSearch entry. A citation
information signal is given to decisions for which there is only citation