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A PPSA reality: The good, the bad and the ugly

A PPSA reality: The good, the bad and the ugly

Compliance with the PPSA is important The PPSA was introduced to ‘level the playing field’ between unsecured and secured creditors on the insolvency of a customer. By far the greatest benefit of the PPSA is its ability to create security in the goods you sell. The PPSA now allows you to truly retain the title […]

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Creditors: 4 ways to defend a liquidator’s unfair preference claim

Creditors: 4 ways to defend a liquidator’s unfair preference claim

What is an Unfair Preference? Essentially, an unfair preference is when a creditor, within the six months before a company goes into administration or liquidation, receives payment(s) from that company that is more than they would receive if the payment(s) hadn’t occurred and they proved for their full debt in the liquidation. The “unfair preference” […]

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PPSRLogic: Create, Manage, Renew – Webinar Recap

PPSRLogic: Create, Manage, Renew – Webinar Recap

Recap what was covered in Part 3 of our webinar series If you weren’t able to join our Part 3 webinar series: PPSRLogic: Create, Manage, Renew, here is a summary of the main points we covered. We’ve previously looked at why you need to register and how to register on the PPSR, but now we’re […]

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Common Insolvency Terms Explained

Common Insolvency Terms Explained

Receivership, administration, debt agreement, liquidation, bankruptcy and insolvency. These all mean the same thing, don’t they? Kind of. Unless you work in the insolvency industry it can be easy to confuse these terms. This article aims to explain each term so if you ever come across it you know what it means. Insolvency Insolvency describes […]

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