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Personal Property Securities Act a conceptual approach by Linda Widdup

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Published by Butterworths in Wellington, N.Z .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • New Zealand.

Subjects:

  • Personal property -- New Zealand.,
  • Security (Law) -- New Zealand.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementby Linda Widdup, Laurie Mayne.
ContributionsMayne, Laurie.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKUQ722 .W53 2000
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxiv, 342 p. ;
Number of Pages342
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3596786M
ISBN 100408715960
LC Control Number2002318275

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This fourth edition of The Annotated Personal Property Securities Act (Cth) continues its comprehensive approach to the Personal Property Securities Act (Cth) with references to all cases up to In addition to addressing significant developments in its substantive commentary, readers can expect material updates to the introductory explanatory material and a revisiting of some .   Section 9: substituted, on 1 May , by section 3 of the Personal Property Securities Amendment Act ( No 23). Section 9 heading: amended, on 15 April , by section 4(1) of the Personal Property Securities Amendment Act ( No 30). Book Published: Personal Property Securities Act: A Conceptual Approach, 3rd edition. The author’s aim is to give a conceptual overview of the PPSA and from this to provide a practical guide to the Act and how it applies to situations encountered in legal practice. The Personal Property Securities Register. Chapter 7 – A Word about. Practical Guidance Personal Property Securities provides an overview of the procedural and operational requirements of the Personal Property Securities Act (PPSA) and Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) as well as guidance on the common processes undertaken when using the PPSA and PPSR.

The Personal Property Securities Act (Cth) (PPSA) is the latest piece of legislation. There has been much discussion of the impact and application of the PPSA in the corporate context. However, there has been little commentary on the effect of the PPSA in the context of real property. Scope of Act: security interests. 2 (1) Subject to section 4, this Act applies (a) to every transaction that in substance creates a security interest, without regard to its form and without regard to the person who has title to the collateral, and (b) without limiting paragraph (a), to a chattel mortgage, a conditional sale, a floating charge, a pledge, a trust indenture, a trust receipt, an.   On 9 May , the security register under the Personal Property Security Act (PPSA) commenced operation in Papua New Guinea (PNG). The PPSA was originally enacted in , and is in many respects similar to the Australian Personal Property Securities Act (Cth) (AUS PPSA).However, there are key differences between the two pieces of legislation (some of which are . Personal Property Security Act. R.S.O. , Chapter P Consolidation Period: From to the e-Laws currency date. Last amendment: , c. 7, Sched.

5 RCC Cuming, C Walsh and RJ Wood, Personal Property Security Law, Irwin Law, Toronto ,page 85; L Widdup and L Mayne, Personal Property Securities Act: A Conceptual Approach, LexisNexis, Wellington at to 6 Bank of Montreal v Innovation Credit Union [] 3 SCR 3 and Royal Bank of Canada v Radius Credit Union Ltd [] 3. In this Act, (a) “accession” means goods that are installed in or affixed to other goods; (b) “account” means a monetary obligation not evidenced. Get this from a library! Annotated Personal Property Securities Act. [Jason Harris; Nicholas Mirzai] -- The Annotated Personal Property Securities Act is a consolidated guide to the single most significant commercial law reform to occur in Australia in decades. Personal Property Securities Act (PPSA) The Personal Property Securities Act (PPSA), which came into force on 30 January , has seen a wide range of companies affected by the sweeping change to Australia's commercial law.