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How not to be an SRL - An object lesson in what can occur when you do not follow Court instructions or Court rules

The attached judgment (6 pages) is an object lesson it what can occur when you do not follow Court instructions or Court rules

Material filed out of time - 1 Affidavit of 60 pages plus 80 pages of annexures, plus a property Affidavit of 180 unnumbered pages.

Material - inadmissable, irrelevant, unreasonably long, scandalous and argumentative, expresses expert opinion that the writer was not qualified to give

The Father had also written to the Attorney General and Dianna Bryant

In all fairness to the Father it appears English was not his first language - and in fairness to the Court - he had no intention of following its rules





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Another judgment from the same series

Actually there are 4 in total, a read of these shows that the husband was more than fairly treated but had also previously been declared a vexatious litigant. From the nature of some of his complaints in this case one can understand the attitude of the Judges

This is an excerpt from one judgment where the husband had written to the Attorney General, the Chief Justice, The Registry Manager and the Judges Associate. Unfortunately it shows an astounding lack of basic knowledge

The husband then refers to various other issues, that I need not recount into this

judgment, dealing with the manner in which I heard and determined the

application before me on 3 January 2007. He complained for example that

"Justice Guest makes remarks that his reasons for judgment be transcribed and

put on file, so other judges read it." That is quite a misunderstanding by him of

what is known in this court as open justice. It is standard phraseology that my

ex tempore judgment be transcribed, placed on the court file and made

available to the parties. The husband seems for some strange reason to view

that I did so in order that he would be disadvantaged by other judges reading

my judgment.





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