Personal Property Securities Register

How to secure your position when selling goods on credit terms

Many business owners do not realise that when they supply goods or services to customers and provide a timeframe for payment of those goods or services (for example 30 days) – they are actually offering credit. Like any business offering credit it is important to secure your position as best you can and one excellent […]
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Company loses its property to lessee in liquidation: recent case law continues to demonstrate the impact of the PPSR

If you own property that you regularly lease to another company, does it remain your property and not the property of the lessee? Common sense might say it’s the lessor’s property, but the Courts may not agree, as a recent case demonstrates writes partner DEAN FRITH about how the Courts are applyingthe Personal Property and […]
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Terry Morgan, Baker Love Lawyers partner

New case highlights need to register security interests on the Personal Property Securities Register

A recent Supreme Court of NSW decision is providing guidance on the Personal Property Securities Register, highlighting the necessity to register security interests in property as soon as possible, especially when that property is in the possession of another party, writes partner TERRY MORGAN.
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How property transactions are affected by the national Personal Property Securities Register

The Personal Property Securities Register overhauls the legal framework for taking security interests over personal property, and consolidates over 70 pre-existing state and territory-based registers. If you are a landlord, builder, developer or are otherwise involved in real property transactions, it is vital that you obtain legal advice to ensure that your personal property rights […]
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