Developments in the Personal Property Securities Act

Course Info

Price
$99.00

CPD Points 1

Competency
  • C4: Substantive Law (1)

Courses by this Author

Much has happened since the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) commenced operation in January 2012.

Author Profile

Developments in the Personal Property Securities Act

Linda Widdup has many years of experience as a practitioner of commercial law and banking and finance law. She is currently a lecturer of law at the new Curtin Law School as well as a senior consultant with Jackson McDonald.

Course Summary

Much has happened since the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) commenced operation in January 2012.

Course Details

This innovative and complex piece of legislation has given rise to certain difficulties by overhauling many long entrenched common law and equitable rules relating to personal property securities.  We have now had several Court decisions to enlighten our interpretation of some of the PPSA’s significant provisions.   In addition, an intense statutory review has provided extensive recommendations on how to simplify the legislation and the fully electronic register established under the PPSA.   This paper will address some of these important developments.

Level: General