The Rules of the Small Claims Court provide several tools that a judgment creditor (the successful party in a Small Claims Court case) can use to help collect the money the debtor owes them. These include hearings and other processes.
Rule 20.10 examinations (examination hearings) are one tool. Other enforcement processes include garnishment, sale and seizure of personal property and sale and seizure of land).
Various types of orders from tribunals, boards, agencies and other courts can be filed with the Small Claims Court. When they are filed, these orders can be enforced as Small Claims Court orders.
Not every order can be filed with the Small Claims Court for enforcement. Legislation determines which orders may be filed and which may not.