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A new definition of PPS Lease - short term hire arrangements are not PPS leases
Lease or bailment agreements with a term of 2 years or less are no longer PPS Leases which are required to be registered.
Australia
4 Jun 2017
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Farm debt mediation around the nation: recent changes in Queensland
The article assesses the implications of this new law in Queensland, compared with the WA farm debt mediation regime.
Australia
2 May 2017
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The risks of accepting electronic signatures on documents
The case highlights the need to ensure that an electronic signature has been affixed with the necessary authorisation,
Australia
5 Oct 2016
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When mezzanine funders go to war - multiple secured creditors
This decision highlights areas where conflicts can arise in a commercial transaction involving multiple secured parties.
Australia
23 Aug 2016
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Debt assignments – is the devil in the detail?
When a credit facility is in default, a third party may acquire the debt and related finance documents at a discount.
Australia
20 Jun 2016
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Amendment and restatement of a guarantee – new, replacement or change?
In the case, the legal nature and effect of an amendment and restatement of a guarantee document was the central issue.
Australia
21 Mar 2016
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Statutory demands: get the right help when your company's very existence is at stake
This case serves as a warning for legal practitioners and companies advising or seeking advice about statutory demands.
Australia
17 Mar 2016
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Revised verification of identity requirements in Queensland - 5 February 2016
These amendments, consistent with other states, are based on the standards in the Electronic Conveyancing National Law.
Australia
8 Feb 2016
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Transitional provisions under the PPSA - 2 Apr 2012
Any person or business with a security interest under the PPSA should take action immediately to protect that interest.
Australia
 
4 Apr 2012
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PPSA to commence on 30 January 2012
The Commonwealth Attorney-General has formally determined that the PPSA will come into effect on 30 January 2012.
Australia
 
27 Nov 2011
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The Personal Property Securities (Registration Commencement) Bill 2011
Discusses the key changes to PPS legislation introduced in the PPS (Registration Commencement) Bill.
Australia
 
14 Oct 2011
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Control of market sensitive information – insider trading
Discusses trading surveillance by ASIC after assuming market supervision control.
Australia
 
3 Aug 2011
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How the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 affects
The Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (PPSA) will have a significant impact on the core business operations of many industries. Businesses need to review their operations now and make arrangements to ensure their interests are protected when the PPSA commences
Australia
27 Mar 2011
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ASIC Widens Share Purchase Plan Relief for Custodians and Trustees
Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) released its updated policy on Share Purchase Plans (SPPs). The policy widens the ability of those who hold securities as custodians or trustees to participate in SPPs, rectifying what had been considered as deficiencies in the relief in the previous policy. The new policy also confirms that applicants are able to use electronic payment facilities
Australia
 
1 Apr 2010
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ASIC Makes Capital Raising And Disclosure Easier
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has implemented a number of measures to enhance market disclosure and facilitate capital raisings.
Australia
 
28 Jul 2009
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ASIC Takes A Hard Line On Insider Trading
The Australian Competition and Securities Commission has proven its commitment to taking a strong stance against insider trading by investigating and charging the former company secretary of one of Queensland's five largest publicly listed companies with insider trading.
Australia
13 Feb 2009
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ASIC Covered Short Sales Ban Extended
ASIC announced on 21 January 2009 that its current ban on covered short sales of financial securities will continue until 6 March 2009. ASIC had previously advised that it would continue the current ban on covered short selling of financial securities until at least 27 January 2009.
Australia
 
29 Jan 2009
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Proposed Legislative Changes Affecting Your Company - Part 1
The purpose of this paper is to highlight and discuss some of the proposed amending bills set down for the 2007 Commonwealth Government autumn sittings. Whilst this paper is not meant to be an exhaustive overview of all of the content of all amending bills, we have endeavoured to identify and concentrate on those amendments which may likely have a tangible effect on companies.
Australia
9 Apr 2007
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Proposed Legislative Changes Affecting Your Company - Part 2
The purpose of this paper is to highlight and discuss some of the proposed amending bills set down for the 2007 Commonwealth Government autumn sittings. Whilst this paper is not meant to be an exhaustive overview of all of the content of all amending bills, we have endeavoured to identify and concentrate on those amendments which may likely have a tangible effect on companies.
Australia
9 Apr 2007
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