Regina v Ebert: ChD 12 Nov 2001

An order had been made enjoining the respondent from entering the Royal Courts of Justice, or commencing proceedings, without written leave. Some insolvency applications remained outstanding. The applications made several repetitions of applications already refused. No new evidence or arguments were put forward. ‘Mr. Ebert has either lost touch with the realities of his position or is simply concerned to maintain a vendetta.’ Permission refused.
Mr Justice Patten
[2001] EWHC Ch 457
Supreme Court Act 1981 42
England and Wales

Updated: 22 March 2021; Ref: scu.166819