31. Any decision of the board entailing the condemnation to pay a sum of money may, when it has become final, be homologated, upon a motion of an interested party, by the Superior Court or the Provincial Court, according to their respective jurisdictions, taking into account the amount involved.
The first paragraph also applies to a decision taken by a racing judge or a paddock judge that has not been appealed before the board.
After homologation, a decision becomes executory in the same manner as a judgment of the Court that homologated it.
1978, c. 36, s. 31; 1983, c. 49, s. 28.