Thanks for the additional info.
You'll note that I have switched the format of this conversation as the chat interface was causing some problems for me. This happens on occasion. We can continue to chat back and forth here however.
If there is already an Order through the Criminal Courts for restitution as part of your criminal disposition, then there is already a lawful Court Order.
If the civil action only seeks the restitution, as ordered by the criminal courts, and does not seek any additional damages or make any other claims, you can seek a motion to dismiss their civil action as a lawful order already exists.
Did you receive a "conditional sentence" or a "conditional discharge"?
If you received a conditional sentence, this is essentially a jail sentence consisting of house arrest. A Conditional discharge would be a finding of guilt, but no conviction, essentially a second chance, subject to compliance with a term of probation and any other conditions, such as restitution.
If the restitution ordered by the criminal court is for the same amount as being sought through the civil action, then again, as I indicated, the civil action is redundant and a civil judgment cannot be made in addition to the one already made by the criminal court, otherwise you'd essentially be ordered to pay twice
Please let me know if you require anything else or wish to chat further as I am happy to discuss this as much as you need.