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The National Names Index (NNI) is an index of Australian corporate and registered business names and some incorporated associations. It is administered by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.

To search the NNI, go to the ASIC Searches and Lodgements web page or for more information about the NNI, see the Australian Securities and Investments Commission website.

The National Service Centre (NSC) supports the PPS Registrar by receiving and transmitting requests and correspondence by telephone, faxes, mail and email. The NSC provides access to the PPSR for users who cannot easily access the PPSR via the internet.

It also provides a help desk function for users of the PPSR.

 

For an aircraft, this means the series of numbers and/or letters that are assigned to the aircraft under the Chicago Convention.

The nationality mark for an Australian aircraft is 'VH', followed by a hyphen and registration mark of three characters.

Generally includes:

  • bills of exchange
  • promissory notes
  • letters of credit that must be presented to claim payment, and
  • writings that evidence a right to payment of money that is ordinarily transferred by delivery with an endorsement or assignment.

The right given under a negotiable instrument is personal property.

See definition of 'negotiable instrument' under section 10 of the PPS Act.

National Exchange of Vehicle and Driver Information System.

NEVDIS is a national database of all registered vehicles in Australia.

The PPSR interfaces with NEVDIS to provide additional information (where available) on motor vehicles when registrations are made against motor vehicles as collateral, and when motor vehicle searches are conducted.

The PPSR does not store or maintain NEVDIS data.

State and territory road agencies are the source of NEVDIS data and the primary point of contact for enquiries, errors and corrections.

 

Normalisation means converting certain letters to numbers, for example I (capital i) to the number 1 (one) and the letters O and Q to number 0 (zero). I, O and Q are normalised in the PPSR: I = 1 (one), O and Q = 0 (zero)