ROYAL BANK OF CANADA v ANDERSON, 2022 ABQB 577
10.49: Penalty for contravening rules
The Defendant was a highly active Organized Pseudolaw Commercial Argument litigant with a long history of illegal and abusive court conduct, which had led to numerous court access restrictions and being designated as a vexatious litigant.
In a prior decision, the Court imposed penalties pursuant to Rule 10.49(1) for misconduct and attempting to file improper documents. ACJ Rooke imposed further penalties under Rule 10.49(1), because the Defendant continued to engage in misconduct. The Court also ordered payment of $40,000.00 from a trust account held for the Defendant as part of her deceased father’s estate, thereby reducing her inheritance by that penalty amount.View CanLII Details