The enactment of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 had an impact on all businesses supplying goods prior to receipt of payment.

Tisher Liner FC Law is one of very few firms that has experience in drafting terms of trade that comply with the Personal Properties Security Act (PPSA) and then arranging the successful registration of security interests for clients. This has resulted in the firm’s clients recovering monies owed following corporate collapses in circumstances where other creditors have recovered nothing.

As Accredited Business Law Specialists Tisher Liner FC Law assist clients with:

  • General Security Agreements; and
  • Review and Creation of Trading Terms;
  • PPSA Security Interest Registration; and
  • Enforcement of PPSA Registrations.

 

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Caroline Inglis

Caroline regularly advises her property law clients in relation to significant commercial and/or development site...

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