PARTIES - Vexatious litigants - Judgments and orders - Amendment, rescission and variation

Law360 Canada (September 14, 2022, 5:48 AM EDT) -- Applications by the father to review an order by Justice DeWitt-Van Oosten dismissing his application for leave to appeal an order refusing to adjourn a leave application, an order of Justice Stromberg-Stein granting him an extension of time to file materials in support of his application to vary the order of JusticeDeWitt-Van Oosten, but refusing further extensions of time, and an order of JusticeMacKenzie refusing a further extension of time regarding his application to vary the order of Justice DeWitt-Van Oosten. Cross-application by the mother for orders enjoining the father from brining further applications, from serving the mother electronically and from commencing actions as litigation guardian for the children. The parties were involved in acrimonious family law litigation. From late 2018 to 2020, the father repeatedly sought leave to appeal various orders and to vary refusals to grant leave. He was found to be a vexatious litigant in the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of British Columbia but continued to bring various proceedings....
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