Simplify the way you manage and renew registrations

PPSRLogic is a simpler, faster and cheaper way to create and manage your Personal Property Securities registrations.

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Simplify PPS Management

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Protect your assets

The Personal Properties Securities Register (PPSR) is a government register of security interests in personal property. Registering on the PPSR is essential for anyone who supplies goods to other businesses on credit terms; leases, rents or hires out goods; or accepts personal property as security for outstanding debt.

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Protecting Your Personal Property

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Stay Protected

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Why use the PPSR?

The PPSR can help in protecting your financial interest in goods if the debtor goes into administration or liquidation – you will not have to compete with unsecured creditors.

If you don’t register, and the debtor goes into administration, often your collateral will form part of the assets to be managed under the administrator, and it can be nearly impossible to claim anything at all.

Streamline registrations

The power of PPSRLogic

PPSRLogic is CreditorWatch’s award-winning platform that simplifies the way you create, manage and renew PPS registrations.

Improve the PPSR experience and more efficiently manage your PPS registrations.

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Simple to use

Manage your registrations

Many businesses fail to register or fill in information correctly as the PPSR is complicated to understand and navigate.

PPSRLogic allows you to create, manage, renew and discharge your registrations with a single click.

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Manage PPS

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Customer Stories
“The live information comes through constantly and alerts me to issues other companies might have.”

After a swift onboarding by CreditorWatch’s PPSR team, Doka imported its existing PPS registrations into PPSRLogic. Doka now estimates that it completes each registration within a minute.

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Frequently Asked

Find out more about PPSR & PPSRLogic

Personal property is anything that is not real property – i.e. land, interests in land, fixtures to land and any other exceptions under the law. Personal property includes goods (e.g. motor vehicles, livestock), commingled goods (e.g. wood later made into furniture), intellectual property, financial property and more.

The PPSR is vital for anyone who is wholesaling, selling goods on credit terms, or hiring, renting or leasing out goods. If you sell goods on retention of title terms, raise finance using stock or assets as collateral, or work as an advisor to clients conducting these activities, then the PPSR is essential for your business. The PPSR is useful for: building and construction; agriculture and farming; financial services; automotive services; selling art or other goods on consignment; retail and wholesale.

  • Motor vehicles, boats or aircraft
  • Crops, cattle and other livestock
  • Stock in trade, artworks and equipment
  • Other goods, new or second-hand – owned by businesses or individuals
  • Intangible property: patents, copyright, commercial (not government issued) licences, debts and bank accounts
  • Financial property such as shares, cash or cheques
  • Monetary obligations that arise from the provision of services in the ordinary course of business

The PPSR is the most affordable way to protect yourself against losses and bad debt as a result of customer insolvency. If you don’t register on the PPSR, you risk experiencing knock-on effects when your customers go into administration and would likely lose all your assets owed.

We are making the PPSR affordable and accessible to businesses of all sizes. Get in touch with us at 1300 50 13 12 for further information.

Please contact us on 1300 50 13 12 or email us at admin@creditorwatch.com.au and we can organise a free PPSR review with our in-house PPSR specialists.

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Download a PPSR guide

Check out CreditorWatch’s comprehensive guide to the PPSR.