Enforcing CRT Orders

Last Reviewed: June, 2021 Reviewed by: JES Contributors

If you have a final order from the Civil Resolution Tribunal (CRT) where:

  • The order is for financial compensation or the return of personal property and
  • The amount owed or the value of the personal property is $35,000 or under
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Then, you can file your consent resolution order or final order from the CRT in the Provincial Court for enforcement. If it is a final order, you must wait until the time for making a Notice of Objection has expired. If the other party files a Notice of Objection, you will go through a different process.


To file your order you can simply take the order provided to you by the CRT and file it with the Small Claims Registry. Once you file the order, it has the same force and effect as an order made by a judge in Small Claims Court. See Enforcing Orders for your options to help you collect on your judgment in Provincial Court.

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