Vexatious litigants and the consistory courts

The practicalities and limitations of legislation dealing with vexatious litigants

In our post Challenges to school admissions criteria and “vexatious litigation” we commented on the inaccurate use of the word “vexatious” by the Secretary of State for Education in relation to a proposed amendment of the rules relating to the Schools Admission Code in England. We explained that S42 Senior Courts Act 1981 provided for a restriction of vexatious proceedings, whereby: Continue reading