Mazur v Scottish Legal Complaints Commission

Solicitors – Complaints – Vexatious complaint. Court of Session: Refusing an appeal against the Scottish Legal Complaints Commission ('SLCC')'s determination that the appellant's complaint against a solicitor was vexatious and accordingly not eligible for investigation, the court rejected the contention that the SLCC's decision was not supported by the facts it found to be established: on the basis of the facts it found to be established the SLCC was entitled to conclude that there was no basis for the appellant's complaint and that the complaint was vexatious.

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