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Attorney General's Department - 21 October 2009 - Second Reading Speech - Personal Property Securities (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2009
The Personal Property Securities (Consequential Amendments) Bill represents the next stage in the Government’s harmonisation of Australia’s personal property securities laws. The Personal Property Securities (Consequential Amendments) Bill contains measures designed to harmonise language and concepts with the Personal Property Securities Bill. This will encourage registration of security interests in intellectual property on the PPS register and resolve any conflict between the PPS register ...
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Attorney General's Department - 24 June 2009 - Second Reading Speech - Personal Property Securities Bill 2009
The Personal Property Securities Bill 2009 implements a significant reform to Australia’s law on secured financing using personal property. The Bill also includes transitional arrangements to transfer the data on the existing registers to the new personal property securities register. Mr Speaker, as I have said, the Personal Property Securities Bill will increase certainty for all users of secured finance by removing barriers that inhibit businesses and individuals from securing credit over ...
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Attorney General's Department - 26 November 2009 - Personal Property Securities Law Passed
Attorney-General, Robert McClelland has welcomed the passage of legislation to create a national system of personal property securities (PPS) law. The Personal Property Securities Bill 2009 creates a single legal framework for lending using personal property as security. "Passage of the PPS Bill today is a major achievement in reforming Australia’s personal property securities system," Mr McClelland said.
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Attorney General's Department - 17 November 2008 - Further Consultation on Personal Property Securities Bill
Attorney-General Robert McClelland today welcomed the referral of the draft Personal Property Securities Bill 2008 to the Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs. “I appreciate that the Senate has accepted my invitation to review the draft Bill, which is a key component of the Government’s personal property securities reforms,” Mr McClelland said. Personal property securities reform will harmonise over 70 pieces of legislation into one Commonwealth Act and provide a ...
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Attorney General's Department - 24 June 2009 - Rudd Government Introduces National Personal Property Securities Law
Attorney-General, Robert McClelland, today introduced legislation to create a comprehensive national system of personal property securities (PPS) law. PPS law governs how personal property may be used as security for a loan. The Personal Property Securities Bill 2009 creates a single legal framework for lending using personal property as security.
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Attorney General's Department - 3 May 2011 - National road show to highligh benefits of Personal Property Securities Reform
Attorney-General Robert McClelland and Minister for Small Business and Minister Assisting on Deregulation and Public Sector Superannuation, Senator Nick Sherry, have announced the start of a national road show today to raise awareness of new Personal Property Securities (PPS) laws that start in October. The Gillard Government is undertaking PPS reform to create a national legal framework for lending using personal property as security. Senator Sherry said PPS reform is one of COAG’s ...
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Attorney General's Department - 16 May 2008 - Government Releases Draft Personal Property Securities Bill
Attorney-General Robert McClelland today released a draft of a comprehensive Commonwealth Bill for personal property securities (PPS) to replace over 70 pieces of Commonwealth, State and Territory law. Mr McClelland said the reforms, which are part of the Rudd Government’s broad deregulation agenda, would deliver the PPS system Australia needs in the 21st Century. The Commonwealth PPS Bill will be underpinned by a national Register so security interests can be searched easily on one online ...
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Attorney General's Department - 16 May 2008 - Personal Property Securities Consultative Group Meeting
Under the new system, there will be a direct communication line between our Register and the National Exchange of Vehicle and Driver Information System (NEVDIS). NEVDIS will only have to communicate with a single, national register, rather than different State and Territory registers. Transferring information from existing registers to one national register won’t be easy.
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Attorney General's Department - 17 February 2011 - More time for industry to prepare for Property Security Reform
Attorney-General Robert McClelland today announced reforms to the Personal Property Securities reform is on track to start in October 2011, following endorsement by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) today. The Personal Property Securities (PPS) reform involves the creation of a national legal framework for lending using personal property as security. The Attorney-General’s Department will work closely with industry to increase awareness of PPS reform.
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Attorney General's Department - 3 June 2011 - Cyber security and launch of the Cyber White Paper
CERT Australia, within my Department, is the national coordination point within the Australian Government for the provision of cyber security information for the Australian community. CERT Australia also collects information from private organisations to feed into DSD to help them develop a comprehensive picture of the cyber threat environment. The Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) investigates and provides advice on state-sponsored cyber attacks on Australian interests ...
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