Unauthorized Practitioner

Matich, Frana

Other names: Robbins, Glen; Robbins, Ita

Order in New Westminster, action S149328 pertaining to action S111171:
On the Court’s own motion, Chief Justice Hinkson dismissed an application that Glen Robbins, Ita Robbins and Frana Matich, of Port Coquitlam, had commenced against several parties in the New Westminster Registry. Robbins, his wife and mother-in-law had initiated the application without first obtaining leave, as was required by virtue of previous court orders declaring them vexatious litigants. The Chief Justice ordered that no person is obliged to respond to any document or any process filed contrary to the Order, even if a registry inadvertently accepts the document or process for filing. (March 24, 2015).

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