I have taken my builder to the Building Commission due to poor workmanship and materials. The Building Commission passed the issue on to the State Administrative Tribunal and the Tribunal has ordered the builder to pay me a sum of money by a due date. The due date has passed and the builder has not made any attempt to make payment. During the Tribunal hearing, the builder declared that he can't afford to make payment, and can't afford to liquidate his company. I cannot access the Builder's Insurance while the building company is registered, even though it is no longer a registered builder and not operating. What legal steps do I make next to either 1. get the builder to pay me, or 2. get the builder to liquidate his company so that I can get access to his insurance funds?