Your chance to comment on the proposed PPSR fees and charges to apply from 1 July 2018
AFSA periodically reviews its Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) fees and charges to ensure we recover the costs of providing our services.
AFSA has recently undertaken a review of the PPSR fees and charges and has prepared a Cost Recovery Implementation Statement (CRIS) for the proposed fees and charges to commence from 1 July 2018.
You can view the CRIS on the PPSR website. (Go to www.ppsr.gov.au and click on the 'Need help' tab at the top of the page, then 'Support', 'Fees for using the PPSR' and in the left-hand column, 'Cost Recovery Implementation Statement').
If you would like to comment on the CRIS, please forward your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org by 6pm on Friday 4 May 2018.
Any new fees must be approved by the Attorney-General. If the proposed fees and charges are approved by the Attorney-General they will come into effect on 1 July 2018.
Personal Property Securities