CRT Statistics Snapshot: October 2018
Here’s our monthly statistics report! If there’s information you would like to see added to our monthly reports, please contact us, and we will do our best to include them.
We received 485 new disputes last month, very close to the average of 478 new disputes per month since April 2018. We completed an very high number of disputes in October (592), resulting in a net reduction of 107 outstanding disputes. Outstanding disputes have been reduced by 226 since the end of June 2018.
This month, 335 disputes were closed by default decision, 74 were decided by a tribunal member (12% of completed disputes), 81 were withdrawn (many due to reaching an agreement), and 65 were resolved by agreement or consent order during facilitation. The CRT refused to accept 12 disputes (primarily due to lack of jurisdiction) and 18 Notices of Objection were filed.
Solution Explorer Statistics - October 2018
|Total Solution Explorer Explorations||48,574|
|Small Claims Solution Explorer||29,593|
|Strata Property Solution Explorer||18,981|
All Disputes - October 2018These are the combined total statistics for CRT strata property and small claims disputes.
|New disputes received this month||485|
|Disputes resolved in adjudication||668 (12% of total disputes)|
|Combined notice of objection/appeal||128|
Small Claims Disputes - October 2018
|Total small claims disputes||6,620|
|Completed small claims disputes||4,701|
|Outstanding small claims disputes||1,919|
|New small claims disputes received this month||419|
|Small claims disputes resolved in adjudication||379 (8%)|
|Small claims disputes resolved by default||2,289|
|Small claims notices of objection (combined figure for defaults and adjudications)||114|
Strata Property Disputes - October 2018
|Total strata property disputes||1,427|
|Completed strata property disputes||986|
|Outstanding strata property disputes||441|
|New strata property disputes this month||66|
|Strata property disputes resolved in adjudication||289 (29%)|
|Strata property appeals pending||14|
Posted by the CRT on November 19, 2018