Follow up to How does someone file an order with the Provincial Court to have it enforced?
If a plaintiff received a validated order from the Civil Resolution Tribunal, then filed it with the BC Supreme Court, what happens next? What must the plaintiff do to get the money owed to him?
Assume the defendant (aka debtor after the order) is not willing to cooperate what so ever, and intends to ignore as much of the process as possible. After reading Small Claims - Getting Results it would seem the creditor has a choice
- File a Summons to a Payment Hearing form
- Garnish the bank account of the debtor
- Have a bailiff seize and sell goods
What are the pros and cons of these options? To me it seems #2 is the obvious choice, why even consider the rest?