JOHNSRUD v FADER, 2021 ABQB 48
3.68: Court options to deal with significant deficiencies
9.4: Signing judgments and orders
A self represented litigant who was remanded at the Calgary Remand Centre delivered a package of materials to the Court which purported to be an application for habeus corpus.
The Application was reviewed by Associate Chief Justice Rooke as being an Apparently Vexatious Application or Proceeding (“AVAP”). Pursuant to Civil Practice Note No 7, Associate Chief Justice Rooke ordered that the Applicant had 14 days to provide written submissions to the Court to “show cause” as to why the AVAP should not be struck pursuant to Rule 3.68.
Associate Chief Justice Rooke also ruled that the Applicant’s approval of the Order granted was dispensed with pursuant to Rule 9.4(2)(c).View CanLII Details