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Part 16 - Costs, Order, and Enforcement

Rule 80 - Other Enforcement Orders

Scope of Rule 80
80.01   This Rule provides for enforcement of orders other than by execution order or periodic execution order.
       
Enforcement
80.02 (1) An interlocutory or final order may be enforced by further order, including an order for any of the following:
   
(a)
seizure and protection of property;
   
(b)
putting a party in possession of property such as an order that provides for delivery of property to a party or that requires a sheriff, receiver, or other person to remove a person from land;
   
(c)
authorizing a person to do an act required to be done by a party under the order, such as executing a conveyance, making a direction for transfer of a licence, or authorizing access to premises, documents, or electronic information;
   
(d)
receivership or an injunction;
   
(e)
an order under Rule 88 - Contempt.
  (2) An enforcement order that authorizes a person to do an act required to be done by a party may provide that the party is bound by the action of the authorized person.
       
Discovery and production to aid enforcement
80.03 (1) A judge who is satisfied that a person is likely to have knowledge that will assist enforcement of an order may order discovery of the person in aid of enforcement.
  (2) A judge who is satisfied a person is likely to be in control of a document, electronic information, or other thing that is a subject of an order or is a likely source of information that will assist enforcement may order discovery of the person in aid of enforcement or production of the document, electronic information, or other thing.
       

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