If the judge granted you an interim stay order, it is essential that you serve the entered order on the other parties as soon as possible. It is especially important that you serve the order on your landlord to ensure your landlord doesn’t try to evict you.
The section Serving a Judicial Review has more information on how to serve court documents on parties.
Regular: If you used a regular interim stay procedure, you will have already served the other parties with the petition for judicial review, and the affidavit in support of petition, so you just need to serve the interim stay order.
Without notice: If you used a without notice interim stay procedure, you will need to serve the other parties with the petition for judicial review, the affidavit in support of petition, and the interim stay order.
Remember, the interim stay order does not resolve your eviction issue permanently! It only puts the order of possession on hold temporarily. This means it is very important that you either set your judicial review down for hearing, or find a new place to live, before the interim stay runs out.