The PPS Register operates on a cost recovery basis in accordance with Australian Government policy and incorporates the provision of services online, by phone and by hardcopy (mail and fax).
Fees for the services provided are determined by the Attorney-General, and are based on a Cost Recovery Impact Statement (CRIS), which is prepared in consultation with stakeholders. The CRIS is scheduled for review every two years. The current CRIS resulted in a review conducted in May 2013 and covers financial years 2013-14 and 2014-15.
For further information about the CRIS process, see See Cost recovery impact statement.
1 July 2013 - PPS Register fees
The Personal Property Securities (Fees) Determination 2013 was made under subsection 190 (1) of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 by the Attorney-General and registered on the Federal Register of Legislative Instruments on 20 June 2013. You may view the determination and explanatory statement at: http://www.comlaw.gov.au/Details/F2013L01071
The fees table below is based on the fees set in the determination.