Justice

Restitution

Restitution is money ordered by the court to reimburse the victim for the actual loss or damage resulting from a crime. To learn what restitution covers and how it is requested:

Restitution Overview

To apply for restitution:

Restitution Personal Information
Restitution Statement

NOTE: You must fill out both forms above.

Tips to help you get the restitution you are entitled to:

When Restitution Is Not Paid (PDF brochure)

Forms

Garnishment Order

Affidavit in Support of Payment Out of Court – Notice of Garnishment

Requisition for Cheque

Writs of Seizure and Sale

Registrations Against Land

Certificate of Judgment

4E Requisition (civil division)

Further information

Court of Queen’s Bench Rules

The Garnishment Act

The Executions Act

Local Court Centres

Sheriff’s Office locations

To locate the nearest Sheriff Office, contact the Winnipeg Civil Enforcement Unit at Ph #: 204-945-2107 located at 2nd flr - 373 Broadway Avenue. Office hours are 8:30 – 4:30 Monday to Friday. Closed on Weekends and Civic Holidays.

The Land Titles Office

For more information about the Restitution Program, call 204-945-3919 in Winnipeg and if you live outside of Winnipeg, contact your local court centre.