Legal Word of the Day: “Vexatious Litigation”

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“Vexatious Litigation” — A frivolous action that deliberately seeks impossible orders without foundation in law, often for a malicious purpose.

Relevant Cases:

R. v. Jogendra, 2012 ONSC 3303 (CanLII)
The unpeaceful litigious journey of a former Justice of the Peace.

Lang Michener Lash Johnston v. Fabian, [1987] CarswellOnt 378, (H.C.J.)
Henry J. lists the characteristics of vexatious proceedings.

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