Family Court of Australia 2009– the Principles were cited in a decision regarding a youth diagnosed with gender identity dysphoria
Refugee Review Tribunal – The Principles were mentioned in this case, however, the decision to deny the application was upheld (2007)
The ruling of the court in response to a challenge by Naz Foundation of a section of the criminal code that criminalized non-heterosexual sex. The Yogyakarta Principles are referenced in the ruling (see page 36&37).
Summary of a Supreme Court of Nepal Ruling 2007 The recognition of LGBTIs as a marginalized group.
Ang Ladad LGBT Party vs. Commission on Elections G.R. No. 190582, 08 April 2010. The Supreme Court ruled that the Principles do not constitute binding obligations on the Philippines.