Court asked to rule on foundational issues concerning the Canadian Judicial Council and a Federal Judge.
On April 14, 2016, my lawyer, Paul Slansky, filed on my behalf a Notice of Application in the Federal Court of Canada; seeking a Judicial Review of the Canadian Judicial Council’s decision regarding my complaint against the Honourable Mr. Justice J. Bryan Shaughnessy for his actions on May 3, 2013.
The relief I am asking for is outlined in the Notice of Application, which is published here both as a .pdf file and in text below. Where the text and the .pdf file differ, the .pdf file is the accurate copy of the legal papers filed with the court.
It is my understanding that the issues before the court are far larger than just my personal case, and are of importance to all Canadians.
Legal professionals, lawyers and judges who read this Notice of Application will certainly recognize the serious implications of the issues brought forward in this court action.
This is a legal document and reads that way, so you might want to start with some of the articles previously published on DonaldBest.CA…
A copy of the Notice of Application as filed before the court can be download here in .pdf format: Notice of Application Best v CJC, Shaughnessy pdf – 900kb
As well, I publish the Notice of Application in text format below. (NOTE: The text below may contain formatting and other errors, and is provided only for online convenience. The .pdf file above is the only accurate copy of the papers filed with the court.)
As always, I remind my readers that this is still before the courts. If any person disagrees with anything I’ve published or wishes to provide a public response or comment, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will publish your writing with equal prominence.
Court File No.: T-604-16
IN THE FEDERAL COURT OF CANADA
B E T W E E N:
– and –
THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF CANADA
THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE J. BRYAN SHAUGHNESSY
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
(Pursuant to ss. 18-18.1 Federal Courts Act,
and ss. 24, 52 of the Constitution Act, 1982)
TO THE RESPONDENT:
A PROCEEDING HAS BEEN COMMENCED AGAINST YOU by the applicant. The relief claimed by the applicant appears on the following page. Read more