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Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR)

We are the online government noticeboard of security interests in personal property

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A $2 search will show you if the goods you want to buy are likely to be free from debt or other things that could put your money at risk.

Registering on the PPSR is a way to let people know if personal property such as cars, goods or company assets have security interests over them

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Find out what you need to know before you make a registration on the PPSR.

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Learn how to correctly register your security interest on the PPSR.

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Use your PPSR account to keep your registration and contact details up-to-date.

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Understand the benefits of the PPSR for your industry and protect your business.

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Are you holidaying at home this year?

A $2 PPSR search gives you peace of mind before buying a used car, caravan, motorbike or boat.

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How the PSPR can help businesses during COVID-19

We have developed new resources to help you protect your business during and after the COVID-19 crisis.

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Is your car on the Takata airbag recall list?

The PPSR will show you if the vehicle you have searched is identified as part of the compulsory Takata recall.

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Do you need to make a registration on the PPSR?

Learn about what you need to do before you get started.

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Are you holidaying at home this year?

A $2 PPSR search gives you peace of mind before buying a used car, caravan, motorbike or boat.…

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New data shows importance for businesses to manage risk when providing goods on credit

Specialist data shows how important it is for businesses that provide goods on credit to manage…

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Our redesigned PPSR website is live

The redeveloped Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) website launched on 26 August 2020…

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Our new PPSR website is in beta

We are redeveloping the PPSR website to make it easier for you to find information and use our…

The Australian Financial Security Authority acknowledges the traditional custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past, present and emerging and extend our respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.