Personal Property Securities Law in Australia eSubscription

Personal Property Securities Law in Australia eSubscription

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Date: 16/10/2014

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The Personal Property Securities reforms deliver the most significant changes to affect Australian businesses, and their advisors, in many years. Over 70 pieces of State and Commonwealth legislation and business practice are involved. To assist you understand the new regime, ensure you have Personal Property Securities Law in Australia.

This commentary service helps lawyers address the conceptual challenges and risk arising for businesses in the introduction of an Australia-wide legislative scheme for registering and protecting all personal property securities.

Commentary and guidance are provided by Dr James O’Donovan, Professor of Law at the University of Western Australia, a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Courts of Western Australia, Victoria and South Australia and a Solicitor of the Supreme Courts of Queensland and New South Wales. He is a member of the independent bar in Perth. Professor O'Donovan is the author of Company Receivers and Administrators, and Modern Contract of Guarantee.

Table of Contents

Tables of Cases and Statutes
PPS Tables, including
- Table of Australian PPS Legislation
- Glossary
New Developments
Introduction and Implementation
- The PPS Regime
- The Scope of the Act
- Transition Provisions
The Personal Property Securities Register
- Priorities between Security Interests
- Agricultural Interests, Accession and Commingling
PPS in Particular Contexts
- Intellectual Property
- Secured Creditors
Procedural Aspects
State Legislation
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