Orders made by NCAT are binding and legally enforceable. If the other party does not follow the order, there are enforcement options available to you.
Request NCAT to issue a certified money order so that you can enforce it through a court.
If the other party does not comply with NCAT's order to carry out work (provide goods or services) you can request a renewal of proceedings.
If NCAT has made a possession order, landlords and their agents can request NCAT to issue a warrant for possession.
Enforcing orders fact sheet [PDF, 117kB]
NSW Online Registry
NSW Local Court
Office of the Sheriff of NSW
Register certified money orders via the NSW Online Registry