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Payment of a fine

There are several ways to pay the amount due. However, payment information sent directly by email, text (SMS) or fax is not accepted to protect the confidentiality of your personal information.

Online payment

You can use the online payment option This hyperlink will open in a new window. on the Bureau des infractions et amendes website to complete your payment by credit card or by Interac Online This hyperlink will open in a new window. with RBC Royal Bank and TD Canada Trust.

You can also make a payment through your financial institution's website.

Participating financial institutions:

  • AccèsD (Caisses Desjardins)
  • LBCDirect (Laurentian Bank)
  • TelNat (National Bank)

Select the appropriate provider:

  • Justice Qc-Constat-Infraction (QC)
  • Justice Qc-Dossier de cour (QC)

Complete your payment by entering your statement of offence number (16 digits) or your court file number (17 digits).

Payment by phone

You can contact the Bureau des infractions et amendes to complete your payment.

Contact the Bureau des infractions et amendes

Payment by cheque or postal money order

Complete the information on your reply coupon.

Write your statement of offence number or your court file number on your cheque or postal money order.

Make your cheque or postal money order payable to the Minister of Finance and send your payment with your reply coupon by mail to the Bureau des infractions et amendes This hyperlink will open in a new window..

Payment in person at a financial institution

Most financial institutions in Québec accept statement of offence payments in person within 30 days of delivery. However, court files cannot be paid using this method.

Payment at a financial services counter of a Québec courthouse

The financial services counters at Québec courthouses This hyperlink will open in a new window. accept payment by cheque, postal money order, debit or credit card or cash.

Payment arrangement (inability to pay)

You can request a payment arrangement or a payment deadline extension if you are unable to pay your fine resulting from a Court judgment. Please contact the Bureau des infractions et amendes.

Your file will be reviewed. A payment arrangement or extension may be granted if the circumstances warrant it. If this review shows that you are unable to pay, you can pay what you owe through work if compensatory work programs are available.

Last update: December 9, 2021

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