SKRYPICHAYKO v LAW SOCIETY OF ALBERTA, 2020 ABQB 604
3.68: Court options to deal with significant deficiencies
The Plaintiff filed two Actions for malfeasance in public office, negligent investigation, abuse of process, breach of statutory duty, malicious prosecution, assault, libel and maintaining a hostile regulatory environment; all claims which related to the Law Society’s investigation and decision to disbar the Plaintiff in 2016.
The Defendants had previously made an Application that the two Actions were Apparently Vexatious Application or Proceedings (“AVAPs”). Rooke A.C.J. and had previously ordered, pursuant to Civil Practice Note No. 7, that the Applicant had until August 26, 2020 to provide the Court with written submissions to “show cause” as to why the AVAPs should not be struck pursuant to Rule 3.68. Rooke A.C.J. reviewed the written submissions provided by the Applicant to the Court and determined that both of the AVAPs should be struck pursuant Rule 3.68.View CanLII Details