25] What the various common law and statutory criteria suggest is that vexatious litigants
are those who persistently exploit and abuse the processes of the court in order to achieve some improper purpose or obtain some advantage.
The relevant court or tribunal will have power to decide that leave application based solely on the written application, meaning the vexatious litigant
can no longer get yet another day in court to make an application.
If this was correct I can't imagine the court would refuse an application to enforce those orders, even against a vexatious litigant
A spokeswoman for the Attorney-General's office said yesterday it had received several papers relating to Walker and was studying them with a view to asking the High Court to declare him a vexatious litigant
like these target small businesses with the hope that the owners are unaware of the authority of the ADA and lack the will or resources to hire legal representation.
92) Amending the section to require some actual development or production would narrow the range of litigants potentially eligible to obtain exclusion orders by expelling domestically inconsequential or vexatious litigants
The extreme usually suggested by this view is the obsessive who eventually finds themselves on a list of vexatious litigants
It is a case of mistaken identity or vexatious litigants
On other matters, Sasso said the committee is looking at ways to protect confidential client information in otherwise public disciplinary case records and ways to identify vexatious litigants
and ways for the court to limit their ability to monopolize disciplinary resources.
We should have confidence in our judges, who are not in the habit of underwriting our own foolishness, but only award compensation where the blame was not our own and rely on the court's powers to keep vexatious litigants
from bringing unsuccessful cases.