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PPSR 7-Year Anniversary: Are you ready?

PPSR 7-Year Anniversary: Are you ready?

A huge volume of PPS registrations are due to automatically expire over the next 18 months – is your business ready? AFSA (being the government department responsible for the #PPSR) has recently released a set of statistics showing the number of registrations that will automatically lapse, if you don’t take positive steps to renew your registrations. I have modelled […]

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PPSR Series Part 3: Notable Case Studies

PPSR Series Part 3: Notable Case Studies

Understanding PPSR with case studies The Personal Properties Securities Act (PPSA) has a reputation of being a confusing topic, even for lawyers. It’s vital to ensure that registrations are completed with accurate information. However, that isn’t the only point to keep in mind. The notable case study examples listed below highlight some other points to […]

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PPSA Made Easy – Webinar Recap

PPSA Made Easy – Webinar Recap

Recap the most important points of our PPSA webinar Our recent webinar featuring Paul Mead (our CreditorWatch PPSR expert) and Terry Ledlin (Special Counsel of Ledlin Lawyers) was a great success and one of our most attended webinars ever. In case you missed it, the Personal Property Securities Act (2009) (PPSA) requires you to think […]

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PPSR Series Part 2: Decoding PPSA Terminology

PPSR Series Part 2: Decoding PPSA Terminology

Decipher the terminology of the Personal Properties Security Act The Personal Property Securities Act (PPSA) can be very confusing for lawyers and even more so for the average person. The PPSA is designed to allow personal property (not real estate, but goods, chattels and certain rights) to be used as security for a financial transaction. […]

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Personal Property Security: It’s In The Ts & Cs

Personal Property Security: It’s In The Ts & Cs

The Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (PPSA) was quite the landmark move for Australian business, providing a single national law that replaced separate Commonwealth, State and Territory laws, leading to the establishment of the Personal Properties Securities Register (PPSR). Australian businesses suddenly had one place they could register personal property as a way to secure […]

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