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230 (1) The clerk may, at any time after the making of a consolidation order, require of and take from the debtor an assignment to himself as clerk of the court of any moneys due, owing or payable or to become due, owing or payable to the debtor, or earned or to be earned by the debtor.


  • (2) Unless otherwise agreed on, the clerk shall forthwith notify the person owing or about to owe the moneys of the assignment referred to in subsection (1) and all moneys collected thereon shall be applied to the credit of the claims against the debtor under the consolidation order.

Writ of execution

  • (3) The clerk may issue a writ of execution or certificate of judgment in respect of a consolidation order and cause it to be filed in any place where the writ or certificate may bind or be a charge on land or chattels.

R.S. 1970, c. B-3, s. 201.


Application to Register Certificate of Judgment


On the Form 17 Charge, Notation or Filing, select Nature of Interest, Judgment, and attach an image of the following:

  1. a court certified copy of the consolidation order showing an address for each creditor; and
  2. a certificate of judgment in the form shown below.