ROYAL BANK OF CANADA v ANDERSON, 2022 ABKB 733
10.49: Penalty for contravening rules
The Defendant was a highly active Organized Pseudolaw Commercial Argument litigant and vexatious litigant who was prohibited from any communication with the Alberta Court of King’s Bench, with few exceptions, failing which, the Defendant would be subject to a penalty. The Defendant violated the Court’s Order, twice communicating or attempting to communicate with the Court, and attempting to appear in Chambers, contrary to the Order.
The Court imposed penalties for all three incidents violating the Order, pursuant to Rule 10.49(1). In response to the Defendant’s express promise not to pay any penalties, the Court also ordered the Defendant’s banking institution to transfer payment for the penalties as Security for Costs within thirty (30) days. The banking institution was also allowed to recover the Costs of the transaction, which was to be approved by the Court on a subsequent Application.
The Court also ordered the Defendant’s banking institution to transfer another amount as Security for Costs against the Defendant for future Court Costs and Rule 10.49(1) penalties.View CanLII Details