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Any individual or business entity that is interested in a specific collateral registration and/or information held on the PPS Register.
The Registrar or the Personal Property Securities Service.
Personal property used in the ordinary course of business by an entity with an ABN, including:
- property held for sale, or lease
- property held to be provided under a contract for services
- property held as raw materials or as work in progress, and
- property used or consumed as materials.
See definition of 'inventory' under section 10 of the PPS Act.
The key contact for a PPS Register account customer is the person who will be contacted if there are problems with the account.
Key contact details are not made available to the public.
Livestock is a sub-class of the Agriculture collateral class and includes:
- while they are alive – alpacas, cattle, fish, goats, horses, llamas, ostriches, poultry, sheep, swine and other animals
- the unborn young of animals mentioned in paragraph (a), and
- the products of livestock before they become proceeds (for example, the wool on a sheep's back before the sheep is shorn).
The identifying numbers/letters that are stamped or attached to an aircraft or motor vehicle by its manufacturer.
Fees are charged for some transactions undertaken on the PPS Register.
Methods of payment include:
- pay-as-you-go (fees paid by credit card as they are incurred – this is the default method)
- pre-payment (users credit money into their account, and this account is drawn down as transactions are being undertaken)
- invoicing (the account customer is sent an invoice for transactions undertaken during the invoice period).
Account customers may apply to the PPS Registrar's Office to use a different payment method (other than pay-as-you-go or pre-pay) for their account.