PPSR Searching – Tips & Tricks

by Andrew Lind on 23 September, 14

How do I know if a security interest has been registered?

What is the PPSR and how do I search it?

If you are searching for security interests that may be registered over personal property a quick search of the PPSR may not be enough. In her short article Brisbane Solicitor Kathleen Watt from Corney & Lind Lawyers in Herston discusses some of the tips and traps of PPSR searches. Click here to read what Kathleen says you need to know about searching the PPSR.

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