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what is PPSR?

"The Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) is a national online register
that can provide information to help protect  personal property"
The PPSA (Personal Property Securities Act 2012) was introduced on 30 January 2012.  It combines more than 70 or so Commonwealth, State and Territory Acts into a single, national law which, amoungst other things, governs the taking and granting of security over personal property.  Personal property includes lal forms of tangible property (e.g. goods/machinery) and intangible property (e.g. trademarks, licenses and intellectual property) and so its effects are wide reaching and affect all Australian business in some way.
  Don't get caught out, protect yourself today.
why should I.B.S manage your PPSR?

"I.B.S. can register you in accordance with the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) (PPS Act) and the Personal Property Securities Regulations 2010 (PPS Regulations)."

​​IBS will process and manage your registrations on the PPSR (Personal Property Securities Register) to ensure your business property including machinery, business inventory and intellectual property are always protected. Too many businesses are being caught out, you must register to protect yourself.

  • Trained and licensed with PPSA Direct
  • Register parties on the PPSR as a Secured Party Group (SPG)
  • Register security interests in your customers
  • Protect supplied goods/services/intellectual property
  • Register and protect your security interests today!​
 To be protected your goods/services/intellectual property must be registered.
want more information about the PPSR?

"Visit the Ausltralian Government's website for more information on PPS
Registrations and how they apply to your and your business."
Searching the register lets you know if the valuable goods you are interested in buying are being used as security for a debt or other obligation.  A retention of title clause (indicating that title remains with you until goods are paid for in full) in your contract or invoice, no longer protects you on its own.  In other words, someone else who has registered an interest is ahead of you in the queue should your customer default or go broke.
 Back up your contract by registering your interest with the PPSR.