Case Analysis

Delve deeper into your research for a complete view of your authorities. With Case Analysis Malaysia, we give you both the positive and negative treatments of Malaysian case law from 1932 onwards. Gain deeper insight into your research as you evaluate your Malayan Law Journal Reports’ case law results via Lexis Malaysia.

Negative Treatment

Warning – Negative treatment indicated.
A negative (red) signal is given to decisions which have been subsequently overruled.

Cautionary Treatment

Caution – Questioning or distinguishing treatment indicated.
A cautionary (yellow) signal is given to decisions which have been subsequently
distinguished, not followed, reversed or varied.

Positive Treatment

Positive treatment indicated.
A positive (green) signal is given to decisions which have been subsequently applied,
approved, followed or affirmed.

Neutral Treatment

Neutral or citing treatment indicated.
A neutral signal is given to decisions which have been considered, cited or otherwise
referred to in passing.

Case Information Only

A case information signal is given to decisions for which there are no details of subsequent
treatment available.

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