Mathew v Attorney General

Vexatious proceedings – Litigant in person. The applicant had been involved in a large amount of litigation against a range of parties in relation to the estate of his late brother. An order declaring him to be a vexatious litigant was made against him in 1991. He applied for it to be discharged. The Queen's Bench Division held that given the litigious conduct of the claimant since that time, it was not disproportionate to require the order to remain.

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