Interpreting UK Legislation Status Snapshot Signals

A legislation status signal appears on overview and provision level documents and indicates its current status. The table below explains the meaning of these signals.

Legislation Statuses

A legislation's status is described in short or long form depending on the document in which it appears.

Category IconStatus (Short)Status (Long)
UnreliableNo longer in forceNo longer in force
CautionNot yet in forceNot yet in force (no prospective appointments or amendments)
CautionNot yet in forceNot yet in force (with prospective appointments and/or amendments)
CautionNot yet in forceNot yet in force (with commenced amendments)
CautionPartly in forcePartly in force (no prospective appointments or amendments)
CautionPartly in forcePartly in force (with prospective appointments and/or amendments)
CautionPartly in forcePartly in force (with commenced amendments)
ReasonableIn forceIn force (no amendments)
ReasonableIn forceIn force (with prospective amendments)
ReasonableIn forceIn force (with commenced amendments)
Limited Information FoundLimited information foundCitations with limited or no status information available

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