Judicially Noticed Search

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 Alt + R + J or  Ctrl + J

See Figure 29


This search applies to: Caselaw.

Judicially Noticed search is a tool which allows user to search for caselaw that have been judicially noticed. Affirmed, over-ruled, distinguished, fol­lowed cases fall under this category. This search feature is primarily useful as part of a Group Search or as an additional parameter for Shortlist Search.

Figure 29: Query Panel: Judicially Noticed Search



  1. Select one from the list of judicially-noticed entries displayed in the Query Panel or use Easy-select and select from the shortened list.

  2. If you require results from a different journal, select the appropriate journal tab (See “Journal Selection Tabs”). 1

    1. If you want to select a single entry proceed to step 2.   .

    2. You can also select multiple entries, by  checking as many items as you want from the displayed list (See “Multi-select”).

  3.  Click Search to view results in the Results Panel. (See “Results Panel”)

If no journal tabs are selected, TLOL Suite™ 3.0 will first search on the jour­nal mentioned in the top-most tab. You may also change journals tab after the search is complete on one, to start the same search on the next.

Tutorial with video:


To see a list of cases that were “Affirmed”:

  1. Choose “Affirmed” from the list displayed or type  A + f + f in the Easy-select and select the entry “Affirmed” from the shortened list.

  2. Choose the journal, if required.

  3.  Click Search to view the list of cases that were “Affirmed”.

1.   This search is functional only on journals published by Company Law Institute of India Pvt Ltd group.