Australian Personal Property Securities Law 2nd edition (Hard cover)
Australian Personal Property Securities Law, 2nd edition offers clear, concise commentary on the legislation and its implementation, implications and impact.
A work of astonishing erudition … combining rigorous legal analysis with a deep understanding of secured transactions and of the economic rationale of personal property security… an indispensable vade mecum for those involved or interested in the subject.
-Sir Roy Goode
Emeritus Professor of Law, Oxford University
Australian Personal Property Securities Law, 2nd edition offers clear, concise commentary on the Australian Personal Property, Securities Law, legislation and its implementation, implications and impact. This second edition has been updated to take into account the legislative and case law developments since the PPSA commenced operation on 30 January 2012, the most significant development being the recently completed Statutory Review Report. The Report made 349 recommendations for improving the statute and the register, and this new edition incorporates comprehensive references to the recommendations, along with critical analysis where appropriate. Written by distinguished academics and international experts in the area, Australian Personal Property Securities Law provides analytical depth and expert policy interpretation, making this an invaluable resource for commercial practitioners and students, the courts, governments and the banking and finance industry.
• Clear, concise commentary
• Useful practical guide to registering on the PPSR.
• Accessible annotated statute reflecting latest case law developments in Australia, New Zealand and Canada
Mirzai, Quick Reference Card Personal Properties Securities Act, 2012
Wappett, LNAA: Essential Personal Property Securities Law in Australia, 3rd ed, 2015
Anthony Duggan holds the Honourable Frank H. Iacobucci Chair in the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto and is a Professorial Fellow, Melbourne Law School.
David Brown is Associate Professor and Co-Director, Regulation of Corporations Insolvency and Taxation Unit, Adelaide Law School, University of Adelaide.
Table of Contents
2. Personal Property and its Classifications
3. The Scope of the Statute
4. Attachment and Writing Requirements
7. The Default Priority Rules
8. Purchase Money Security Interests
9. Accessions, Commingled Goods and Crops
10. Transfers of Collateral
12. Enforcement of Security Interests
13. Insolvency Law and the PPSA
14. Conflict of Laws
15. Transitional Matters
16. Aircraft Security Interests and Other International Developments