vexatiously


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vex·a·tious

 (vĕk-sā′shəs)
adj.
Causing or creating vexation; annoying: vexatious delays.

vex·a′tious·ly adv.
vex·a′tious·ness n.
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Adv.1.vexatiously - in a vexatious manner
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Persons and Things do turn up so vexatiously in this life, and will in a manner insist on being noticed.
The statute provides: Any attorney or other person admitted to conduct cases in any court of the United States or any Territory thereof who so multiplies the proceedings in any case unreasonably and vexatiously may be required by the court to satisfy personally the excess costs, expenses, and attorneys fees reasonably incurred because of such conduct.
section] An attorney who unreasonably and vexatiously 1927 multiplies a proceeding in federal court may be required to pay the excess costs that result from such conduct.
But the turbulence in capital and currency markets that has accompanied the Fed's slow shift toward the increase will then likely continue, equally vexatiously.
The court noted that it has "long recognized a common-law exception to the general 'American rule' against fee-shifting - an exception, 'inherent in the power [of] the courts' that applies for 'willful disobedience of a court order' or 'when the losing party has 'acted in bad faith, vexatiously, wantonly, or for oppressive reasons.
The court noted that it has "long recognized a common-law exception to the general 'American rule' against fee-shifting -- an exception, 'inherent in the power [of] the courts' that applies for 'willful disobedience of a court order' or 'when the losing party has 'acted in bad faith, vexatiously, wantonly, or for oppressive reasons.
In my opinion, the Supreme Court of British Columbia has an inherent jurisdiction and a corresponding duty to exercise that jurisdiction to protect a petitioner or plaintiff who seeks relief in that Court from proceedings by a defendant who is vexatiously abusing the process of the court.
And as for the issue of recall a number of Labour MPs, myself included, did support the proposals but many who didn't did it not because of lack of trust in their electorate,but because they didn't want to agree to a system of recall that could be vexatiously used against decent MPs by wealthy backers such as those behind his party.
Despite the general rule that each party pays their own legal costs in tribunal cases, an order for costs may be made where a party has acted vexatiously, abusively, disruptively, or otherwise unreasonably in the bringing or conducting of the proceedings.
The employer is required by law to cancel the employee's residence visa and so had acted in good faith and not vexatiously.
still allows for attorneys who unreasonably and vexatiously multiply