Provincial Writ of Execution Search

A search of a Provincial Sheriff’s Office for writs of execution relating to outstanding judgements.

Description

A writ of execution (also known as an execution) is a court order granted to enforce a judgment of possession obtained by a plaintiff from a court. When issuing a writ of execution, a court typically will order a sheriff or other similar official to take possession of property owned by a debtor. The property will often then be sold in a sheriff’s sale and the proceeds directed to the plaintiff in partial or full satisfaction of the judgment.

Provincial Writ of Execution SearchSearch FeeSource FeesGovernment/Court Fee
Albertan/an/an/a
British Columbia$37.50$45$33
Manitoba$37.50$25$35
New Brunswick$37.50$30$10
Newfoundland$37.50-$45
Northwest Territories$37.50-$15
Nova Scotia$37.50$30$26.45
Nunavut$37.50$28
Prince Edward Island$37.50-$25
Quebec$37.50$20-
Saskatchewan$37.50--
Yukon$37.50-$15

Technical Specs

A Sheriff’s Certificate will be provided by the relevant Provincial Court of Sheriff’s office where available.

Processing Time

Search results can range between 24 to 72 hours depending on the Province/jurisdiction searched. Processing time will also vary depending on the time of order and system availability.