Personal Property Securities Act - implications for the resources sector

Articles Written by Martin Lovell

The Personal Property Securities Act (PPSA) took effect throughout Australia on 30 January 2012.

The PPSA can alter your rights to property and the way in which various types of contracts will be interpreted.

The following flyer briefly overviews how and when this can happen.

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