Unauthorized Practitioner

Bryfogle, R. Charles

On the Court’s own motion, Associate Chief Justice Cullen dismissed an action that R. Charles Bryfogle, of Kamloops, had commenced against the Law Society. Bryfogle commenced the action without first obtaining leave, as was required by virtue of a previous court order declaring Bryfogle a vexatious litigant. The Associate Chief Justice ordered that R. Charles Bryfogle must not, except with prior leave of the Court, initiate any legal proceedings in any court. The Court ordered that any document or process filed contrary to the Order is a nullity, even if a registry inadvertently files the document or process. Further, the Court declared that no person is obliged to respond to any process filed contrary to the Order. (March 9, 2015)

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