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PART ONE: How do the PPSA (Personal Property Securities Act 1999) and the PPSR (Personal Property Securities Register) affect you?

PART ONE OF THREE. Every business owner in New Zealand that supplies goods on trade credit or deferred payment arrangement should be familiar with the PPSA (Personal Property Securities Act 1999) and the PPSR (Personal Property Securities Register) and how the system operates. Click the heading above to find out more
Written by Nicola Scott at 09:00

WHAT'S IN A (COMPANY) NAME?

So you’ve changed your company’s legal name. If you haven’t advised your secured creditors, you may have unwittingly brought your company into breach of the terms of trade or other security agreement that the secured creditor supplies or advances money under. Click the heading above to read more.
Written by Nicola Scott at 13:00

ARE YOU DOING BUSINESS WITH A COMPANY RESCHEDULING ITS DEBT?

A recent case helps prevent liquidators from clawing back payments to creditors. Click the heading above to read more.
Written by Matthew King, Nicola Scott at 09:00
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