Klewer v Director of Public Prosecutions (NSW) (No 2) [2020] NSWCA 69 (20 April 2020) (Bell P at [1]; Basten JA at [48]; Simpson AJA at [94])


Catchwords:


ADMINISTRATIVE LAW – judicial review – applicant subject to vexatious proceedings order – whether applicant required leave under the Vexatious Proceedings Act 2008 (NSW) to institute an appeal to the District Court against her convictions and sentences in the Local Court – whether applicant required leave under the Vexatious Proceedings Act to commence judicial review proceedings in the Court of Appeal in circumstances where she did not require leave to commence proceedings in the court whose decision was the subject of the application for judicial review.

VEXATIOUS PROCEEDINGS – applicant subject to vexatious proceedings order – whether applicant required leave under the Vexatious Proceedings Act 2008 (NSW) to institute an appeal to the District Court against her convictions and sentences in the Local Court – whether applicant required leave under the Vexatious Proceedings Act to commence judicial review proceedings in the Court of Appeal in circumstances where she did not require leave to commence proceedings in the court whose decision was the subject of the application for judicial review.