A person who files numerous motions can be found to be a vexatious litigant under California Code of Civil Procedure section 391 (b)(3). The court can find that a person is a vexatious litigant if he or she files numerous motions, documents, or pleadings that do not have merit, conducts unnecessary discovery, or engages in frivolous activity that was meant to cause unnecessary delay. If a person is found to be a vexatious litigant, he or she may be ordered to produce a security before filing any additional paperwork. In the alternative, the party may be required to obtain consent of the court before filing any additional paperwork.The code specifically states that the individual is acting in propria persona.
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