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Enforcement Rules Under the Personal Property Securities Act

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CPD Points 2
Price
$219.00
Competency Substantive Law and Procedural Law
Enforcement Rules Under the Personal Property Securities Act

Course Summary

Develop an in-depth understanding of the enforcement rules which apply under the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) through this two-part course.

Course Details

The Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) (PPSA 2009) is one of the most significant pieces of legislative reform for the Australian financial sector.

The PPS regime came into force on 30 January 2012.  Although the greatest impact of the reforms is being felt by financiers, the changes also impact on most businesses within Australia.  Consequently, it is vital for all practitioners to familiarise themselves with the PPS regime, and how it affects their clients.

This two-part course is designed to provide practitioners with an in-depth understanding of the enforcement rules which apply under the PPS regime.

Part 1 examines general enforcement issues and the particular remedies of the secured party in relation to liquid assets and seizing and retaining collateral.

Part 2 deals with the secured party’s right to dispose of the collateral and the grantor’s rights to redeem or reinstate the security interest.

It is strongly recommended that you complete both Part 1 and Part 2 to ensure you gain a complete understanding of this topic.

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Dr. James O'DonovanEnforcement Rules Under the PPSA 2009 – Part 11.5
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