WHAT IS A WRIT OF ENFORCEMENT?
A writ of enforcement is a document filed with the Clerk of the Court of Queen’s Bench and then registered with the Personal Property Registry (PPR) which entitles enforcement of collection of Judgment. It also entitles the creditor to share in money paid to the Clerk of the Court as a result of garnishment proceedings, or a Civil Enforcement Agency as a result of seizure proceedings commenced by other Enforcement Creditors. When a Writ of Enforcement is registered in the PPR, the registration is effective for two years from the date of registration. To remain effective in PPR it must be renewed in PPR every two years, on or before the PPR registration expires.
HOW DO YOU GET A WRIT OF ENFORCEMENT?
- Download and fill out this form (right-click to save/download)
- File the form at the court house
- Pay online
- Come in or email us the completed form along with a copy of your identification
- We will email back a writ of enforcement