A default judgement was awarded. It seems there are contradicting orders in how much time one must wait to get it enforced:
As set out in 58.1 (3) of the CRTA, a part may only enforce this order if the time for making a notice of objection has passed and a Notice of Objection has not been filed. The party in default has no right to make a Notice of Object, as set out in section 56.1(2.1) of the CRTA.
However I was also told
Please note that you may only enforce this order if the time for making a Notice of Objection has passed. Please be advised that a Notice of Objection may be made by a participating party in a small claims proceeding who disagrees with the decision issued by the Civil Resolution Tribunal (CRT).
These seem to contradict. This is a default judgment, and the other party did default. So doesn't the first paragraph apply and it can be enforced it ASAP? I asked the tribunal and they basically said hire a lawyer if I don't understand the decision.