In Shire of Katanning v Bride [No 2]  WASC 314 an order was made under the Vexatious Proceedings Restriction Act 2002 (WA), that: "The first and second defendants, either personally or in a representative capacity, are hereby prohibited from instituting … Continue reading Bride v Shire of Katanning  WASCA 59 →
In Members Equity Bank Pty Ltd v Elefterescu  VSC 223 the second defendant contended that Associate Justice Lansdowne refused the challenge to her standing, which raised the need to issue notices under s 78B of the Judiciary Act 1902 (Cth) … Continue reading Members Equity Bank Pty Ltd v Elefterescu  VSC 223 →
In Donohue v Victorian Electoral Commission  VSC 98 Garde J considered an application by GJ Donohue to restrain the State general election. The statement of issues relied upon included: The removal of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, Her heirs … Continue reading Donohue v Victorian Electoral Commission  VSC 98 →
Peter Scott Haughton ran a series of cases in 2019-2021, heavily influenced by the assertions of a range of constitutional theorists. His story is a sad tale of ruin due to the adoption of the OPCA mindset, from successful businessman … Continue reading Peter Scott Haughton →
Like many other failed constitutional theorists, James Rech has styled himself as a "Commonwealth Public Official" which he claims endows him with powers over the judiciary and government. His contentions are borrowed from vexatious litigants Wayne Glew and Brian Shaw, relating … Continue reading James Rech →
Dezi Freeman "metaphorically" arrests a Magistrate!! There was an internet rumour being spread in facebook groups that OPCA adherent Dezi Freeman "arrested magistrate Ian Watkins" during a "civil hearing he was presiding over in the Wangaratta Magistrates Court" on Friday the … Continue reading Dezi Freeman →
Brian Shaw argues with a non-existent court One of my favourite passages from Brian Shaw's cases, that really highlights the paradox and internal inconsistency that OPCA litigants in general create for themselves, was stated by Maxwell P in Shaw v … Continue reading Brian Shaw →
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