slatter ja

Rule 501: Definitions
Rule 505: When appeal available

Case Summary

The Applicant applied for Leave to Appeal an Order of the Court of Appeal declaring her to be a vexatious Litigant. Slatter J.A. stated that Appeal rights are entirely statutory, and the only right to Appeal an Order of a single Judge of the Court of Appeal is pursuant to Rule 505(6). This Rule requires Leave to Appeal the Order. In determining if it is appropriate to grant Leave to Appeal, the question is whether the proposed Appeal raises a serious issue of general importance with a reasonable chance of success. The test was not satisfied in this instance.

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