Vexatious Litigants: What to do When Don Quixote Comes After Your Windmills

One of the many frustrating scenarios faced by strata owners corporations, their executive committees and their lot owners is when a lot owner with a perceived grievance subjects them to seemingly endless litigation about trivial or non-existent issues or repeated litigation about the same issues. Such behaviour can amount to vexatious litigation, in which case the persons subjected to it may have legal rights.   Read the article…………


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