Grepe (J. S.) v Loam; Bulteel v Grepe (J.)

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Appeal
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91 cases
  • Chua Choon Lim Robert v MN Swami and Others
    • Singapore
    • High Court (Singapore)
    • 19 Julio 2000
    ...of civil proceedings which are vexatious, frivolous or likely to constitute an abuse of the process of court. In Grepe v Loam [1887] 37 Ch D 168 (CA), the court declared and used its inherent jurisdiction to prevent repetition of a frivolous application after several had already been made b......
  • Horvath v Pattison
    • Australia
    • Federal Court
    • Invalid date
  • Noueiri v Paragon Finance Plc
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 19 Septiembre 2001
    ...court (in the persons of Schiemann, Judge and Chadwick LJJ). Such an order is sometimes called a Grepe v Loam order (see Grepe v Loam [1887] 37 Ch D 168; also Ebert v Venvil [2000] Ch 484). Such an order prevents a litigant in person from making applications to the court, either in particul......
  • Bhamjee v Forsdick and Others
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 25 Julio 2003
    ...of the problem presented to it. They range from a court striking an action or application out on its own initiative (para 38), or making a Grepe v Loam order (now renamed a civil restraint order) controlling a litigant's activities in the particular proceedings (paras 39–40), to the more re......
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1 books & journal articles
  • Isaac Wunder Orders
    • Ireland
    • Irish Judicial Studies Journal Nbr. 1-1, January 2001
    • 1 Enero 2000
    ...a right given by the Constitution for if it did not exist, the guarantees and rights in the Constitution would be worthless.6 4 (1887) 37 Ch. D. 168 at 169. 5[1966] I.R. 345. 6At 358. As indicated in Kelly, The Irish Constitution (3rd ed., 1994), p. fn. 98, the right of access to the court ......

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