Her Majesty’s Attorney General v Menzies: CA 4 Jun 1997

The appellant appealed an order declaring him a vexatious litigant. He had been involved in a whole series of attempts to set aside a judge’s decision from 1990. He asserted that the party who had made the application for the declaration, the Attorney General, was the very party whose actions had interfered with his attempts to obtain justice. In the circumstances the refusal to give him leave to apply for leave for judicial review was to be allowed to go ahead, and the current proceedings were adjourned to allow this to go ahead.
[1997] EWCA (Civ) 1777
Supreme Court Act 1981 42
England and Wales

Updated: 09 June 2021; Ref: scu.142173