—(1) Where —
a party in whose favour a work order has been made considers that the work order has not been complied with by the other party; and
that other party has not complied with the alternative money order provided for by section 35(1)(c),
the party in whose favour the work order was made may, instead of applying to a Magistrate’s Court for the issue of a process for enforcement pursuant to section 36(1), lodge with the tribunal a request in the prescribed form that the work order be enforced.
(2) Subsequent proceedings shall be taken on a request for enforcement under subsection (1) and on notice under section 36(5) as if such request or notice were a claim lodged under section 15.
(3) Upon the hearing of the matter, the tribunal may —
vary the work order, or make a further work order or any other order which is authorised by section 35;
discharge any order previously made by the tribunal.
(4) After the expiration of 12 months from the date of a work order, it shall not be enforced without the leave of the tribunal.