Final Report - Workshop on Personal Property Security Law Reform

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Allan, David, Quirk, Patrick Thomas and Martin, Nicole. (2002). Final Report - Workshop on Personal Property Security Law Reform. Bond Law Review. 14(1), pp. 2-23. https://doi.org/10.53300/001c.5395
AuthorsAllan, David, Quirk, Patrick Thomas and Martin, Nicole
Abstract

Although reform of personal property security law has been long neglected, it is too important to be ignored any longer. A clear consensus has emerged that the reforms incorporated in the draft PPSA Bill would do much to attain the desirable objectives within secured financing in Australia of a cheaper, faster, simpler, easier, and safer scheme of personal property security law on a national uniform basis of best practice. The reforms will also confirm Australia’s position in the global financial network through a regime that is compatible with our trading and financing partners.

KeywordsWorkshop; Personal Property Security Law; Reform; Bond University; Personal Property Security Act
Year01 Jan 2002
JournalBond Law Review
Journal citation14 (1), pp. 2-23
PublisherBond University
ISSN2202-4824
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.53300/001c.5395
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