Financial Services Alert - PPS Bill
Dibbs Abbott Stillman Lawyers restructured on 1 March, 2009.
The Sydney, Brisbane and Canberra offices are now DibbsBarker.
Personal Property Securities (PPS) Bill
A revised draft of the Personal Property Securities (PPS) Bill has been released for comment. A copy of the revised draft bill is available at:
The revised draft bill takes into account issues raised in the submissions received on the PPS consultation draft bill released in May.
The revised draft bill has been referred to the Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs for inquiry and report by 24 February 2009.
The Committee has invited written submissions on the revised draft bill by 10 December 2008.
Information on how to make a submission can be accessed at:
Please contact a member of our PPS team if you would like further information on the revised draft bill or assistance in preparing a submission.
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