Checkpoint Personal Property Securities Law in Aust
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.
Tables of Cases and Statutes
PPS Tables, including
- Table of Australian PPS Legislation
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