You have up to 10 years to make repayments to your RRSP. Typically, every year you’re required to pay 1/10 or 10% of the total amount withdrawn until the amount is paid in full.
The latest year in which you can start repaying your LLP withdrawals is the fifth year after your first LLP withdrawal. However, in most cases, you have to start repaying your withdrawals before that year.
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) will send you an LLP Statement of Account each year. The statement will outline the amount withdrawn, your LLP balance, the amounts you have repaid to date, the amount you have to repay the next year, and more. You can also view your LLP statement online.