The PPS Register is administered by the PPS Registrar, whose office is within the Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA).
The PPS Registrar's Practice Statements provide guidance as to how the PPS Registrar will perform the functions and exercise the powers conferred on the Registrar under the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) and the Personal Property Securities Regulations 2010.
This PPSR Practice Statement gives you information about how a government agency can access and create registrations on the PPSR.
This PPSR Practice Statement give you information about registering court orders and proceeds of crime interests on the PPSR.
Find out more about how the Registrar will exercise his or her powers in relation to investigations, civil penalty provisions, and enforceable undertakings under the PPS Act.
This PPSR practice statement helps explain how you can use the amendment demand process to request the removal or amendment of PPSR registrations.
This practice statement provides tips for sending an amendment demand to request someone to remove or amend a registration from the PPSR. This includes an example amendment demand to make sure you include all the information you need when making your request.
This practice statement explains how the Registrar of Personal Property Securities can exercise the power to remove, restore or correct data within the PPSR.
This practice statement explains how the Registrar of Personal Property Securities will restrict access to data contained in the PPSR and in what circumstances it may be in the public interest to do so.
This PPSR practice statement explains how you can request the Registrar of Personal Property Securities to intervene in or begin judicial proceedings.
This practice statement explains how the registrar exercises the power to restore data to the PPSR where it has been incorrectly removed.
This practice statement outlines when the Registrar may need a secured party listed in a registration on the PPSR to pay a fee in order to maintain the effectiveness of the registration.
This practice statement explains why in some situations we may prevent people from creating or updating registrations on the PPSR and what to do if you have been refused access.