The Annotated Personal Property Securities Act is a consolidated guide to the single most significant commercial law reform to occur in Australia in decades. Providing annotations to each operative provision of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth), this text is an essential handbook for all legal professionals, insolvency practitioners and commercial parties dealing with secured finance, consumer credit and the day-to-day purchase and sale of personal property.
Revolutionary in its approach, the authors provide insightful commentary focusing on the deep vein of US, Canadian and New Zealand PPSA decisions from which the Australian regime substantially derives. Whether a law student, business professional, compliance officer or legal expert, this text includes extensive cross-referencing to relevant domestic and foreign sources, and will provide a comprehensive guide to the new law.
The text provides extensive navigational features to help guide the reader through the complexities of the PPSA including a statutory concordance, explanation of key concepts, extensive cross referencing to the interrelated provisions of the Act and detailed commentary informed by extensive research of foreign PPSA cases. Comprehensive in its consideration of both primary and secondary sources – the Annotated Personal Property Securities Act is designed to be the first point of call for all PPSA issues in Australia.
This book contains commentary to each section of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth).
The structure, format and layout of this text have each been carefully considered in order to present a consistent and thorough section-by-section analysis of the operative provisions of the PPSA.
This publication contains an introduction as well as annotations relating to sections of the Act.
Separate headings have been included to show where commentary has been added to explain:
- Comparable provisions in foreign regimes
- Outline/general overview of section
- Concepts/definition of terms
- Commentary/detailed analysis
- Further reading/references
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