Restriction on commencing or continuing proceeding

166 Judge may make order restricting commencement or continuation of proceeding

(1)

A Judge of the High Court may make an order restricting a person from commencing or continuing a civil proceeding.

(2)

The order may have—

(a)

a limited effect (a limited order); or

(b)

an extended effect (an extended order); or

(c)

a general effect (a general order).

(3)

A limited order restrains a party from commencing or continuing civil proceedings on a particular matter in a senior court, another court, or a tribunal.

(4)

An extended order restrains a party from commencing or continuing civil proceedings on a particular or related matter in a senior court, another court, or a tribunal.

(5)

A general order restrains a party from commencing or continuing civil proceedings in a senior court, another court, or a tribunal.

(6)

Nothing in this section limits the court’s inherent power to control its own proceedings.