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Personal Property Securities Register

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SHOW ME THE MONEY!

No one wants to be in 2nd place – ever, ESPECIALLY when it comes to collecting what you are owed.

 

At our Wednesdays With Redchip webinar in May, our experts covered how to best utilise personal property security laws to ensure you (and your clients) are always treated with priority to other creditors. Yes, that means being in 1st place!

See below the presentation slides from the webinar or download them here.


 

Our experts Associate Director, Zachary Pagliano and Lawyer, Lauren Cutuli demystified the complex legislative regime introduced under the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) over a decade ago. Particular focus was on the more severe ramifications resulting from an ignorance of the system and how these traps can be easily avoided, including:

  • Debtor payments being clawed back for preferential reasons;
  • Unwinding asset protection within a corporate group; and
  • Losing title to your goods sold on credit, financed or provided under a leasing arrangement.

We host Wednesdays With Redchip on the third Wednesday of each month.

Our next webinar will be held on Wednesday 17 June – Property: Real Estate and Contracts Post COVID-19Click here to register.

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