If you don’t have the option of filing an application for review consideration with the Residential Tenancy Branch (RTB), or if you filed an application for review consideration with the RTB and lost, you can consider filing a judicial review in BC Supreme Court.
A judicial review is a legal process in which you can ask a BC Supreme Court judge to set aside your order of possession. However, simply filing a judicial review does not automatically put your eviction on hold. Unless you apply for, and obtain, a court order saying that your eviction is put on hold (an “interim stay of eviction”), your landlord can go ahead with the eviction while your judicial review is pending.
The next steps on this website will describe how to conduct a judicial review in BC Supreme Court.