(1) The Supreme Court may make an appeal restriction order against a person if the Supreme Court is satisfied that—
(a) the person has frequently made applications for leave to proceed that are vexatious applications; and
(b) it is in the interests of justice that the order be made.
(2) An appeal restriction order made against a person by the Supreme Court may direct that, for the period specified by the Supreme Court, the person has no right to appeal a decision by a Victorian court or tribunal—
(a) to refuse leave to make or continue an interlocutory application in a proceeding; or
(b) to refuse leave to commence or continue a proceeding.
(3) An appeal restriction order may be made under subsection (1)—
(a) despite anything to the contrary in Part 10; and
(b) despite the terms of the litigation restraint order.