As a bailiff firm, PAQUETTE is an important ally for any condo owner, manager or syndicate. In fact, our bailiffs can be mandated to produce accurate reports of various situations relating to condominiums.

Our team can also assist the members of a condo board by amicably collecting on overdue condo fees and those associated with the reserve fund.

PAQUETTE also provides high-quality services for the service of your legal documents and execution of your judgments.

There are clear benefits to this service, including contributing to quickly putting an end to a conflict situation before proceedings are even launched. For example, a bailiff’s report may be required to establish the state of premises, noise or insalubrity, general or extraordinary assembly proceedings, verify work, etc.

Impartiality and experience mean that our bailiffs can deliver reports that accurately present the facts. In a trial, a bailiff’s report provides powerful, compelling evidence.

Before taking the matter to court, know that PAQUETTE offers amicable collection services. We are often mandated to collect on condo fees, sums to be deposited to the reserve fund, and various other debts. In addition to speeding up the collection process, amicable settlement can help you avoid future problems associated with a sometimes long and costly legal process.

Our bailiffs always adhere to the rules of practice, comply with the laws in effect, and act with due respect for the parties concerned. You can trust our team for effective amicable settlements!

PAQUETTE offers condo owners and managers highly professional notification services at very affordable rates. Our bailiffs officially bring your legal document to the attention of the person concerned, such as a notice, recourse, or other. Having a bailiff complete this task rather than rely on registered mail certainly has a positive impact. Service by a bailiff is incontrovertible. It is likely to lead to a quicker settlement in small claims court. An added guarantee that will only help your case!

Once a judgment is rendered in your favour, if the opposing party refuses to pay the sums claimed, you can mandate Paquette to execute the judgment. In other words, our bailiffs will take all legal means to force the opposing party to pay their debt. Note that in Quebec, only a bailiff can execute a court judgment and help you obtain reparation if the debtor refuses to abide by the ruling rendered against them.