High Court takes firm stance on lay litigants bringing vexatious claims


The High Court has made it clear that it will not tolerate vexatious claims brought by lay litigants which are intended to frustrate or prolong litigation to their advantage. The Court’s limited resources must be fostered for the benefit of litigants who have meritorious claims. This is clear form a recent case, McMahon v Bank of Scotland plc, in which we acted for Bank of Scotland.

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