51. The Tribunal’s decision is final and without appeal, and the persons concerned must comply with it immediately.
The decision is enforceable according to the terms and conditions it sets out, provided the parties have received a copy of it or have been otherwise advised of it.
The forced execution of a decision begins by the decision being filed with the office of the Superior Court in the district in which the matter was commenced in accordance with the rules set out in the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25).
If the decision contains an order to do or not do something, any person named or designated in the decision who transgresses the order or refuses to comply with it, and any person not designated who knowingly contravenes it, is guilty of contempt of court and may be sentenced by the competent court, in accordance with the procedure provided for in articles 53 to 54 of the Code of Civil Procedure, to a fine not exceeding $50,000 with or without a term of imprisonment of up to one year. These penalties may be reimposed until the offender complies with the decision. The special rule set out in this paragraph does not apply to a matter that is for the occupational health and safety division to hear and decide.