Definition of “Frivolous”: H.B. 1006 (2013)
Sets forth guidelines for signing of pleadings and sets forth
Sets forth guidelines for signing of pleadings and sets forth guidelines for “frivolous” suits brought in bad faith or without any rational argument based in law or facts to support the position of the litigant or to change existing law. Upon finding, the court shall enter an order requiring such non-prevailing party to reimburse the prevailing party for reasonable costs, including attorney fees, incurred with respect to such claim or defense.
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