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Since its introduction, practitioners have seen three changes to the definition of PPS lease under section 13 of the PPS Act. This session unravels the three changes and examines the tricky issues clients face with PPS leases. It covers: Which version of “

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Since its introduction, practitioners have seen three changes to the definition of PPS lease under section 13 of the PPS Act. This session unravels the three changes and examines the tricky issues clients face with PPS leases. It covers:

  • Which version of “PPS lease” should you apply and when?
  • The recent amendments – understanding the implications and possible unintended gaps
  • Do the changes affect existing leases?
  • License agreement v PPS lease
  • Does the incidental supply of equipment for the purpose of providing a service or goods create a PPS lease?
  • The meaning of ‘regularly engaged in the business of leasing [or bailing] goods’ and ‘fungible goods’
  • Operating leases – Banker priority where goods leased or bailed to a third party (whether or not in liquidation) and lessor/bailor did not register
  • Practical case studies

Presented By

Graeme Scott
Principal, Hunt & Hunt Lawyers Melbourne, Vic

Graeme is a principal with 30 years’ experience in commercial dispute resolution, having acted in a broad range of industries in small claims to large scale litigation, including contract, intellectual property, partnership and shareholder disputes. 

Graeme's practice is primarily focussed on insolvency and restructuring related matters, advising and assisting insolvency practitioners and other stakeholders with all aspects of an appointment including security reviews, litigious claims and public examinations. 

Graeme has a keen interest in the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) and has presented to a range of professional associations, accountants, insolvency practitioners and clients on the practical implications of the PPSA.

Graeme brings a practical approach to his practice, viewing litigation as a tool to achieving a desired outcome, whether that be a negotiated commercial solution or a determination of rights at trial.

Who Should Attend?

This webinar is suitable for lawyers practising in business law – Australia wide. This webinar is for practitioners with some knowledge in this area and looking to improve their knowledge.

Enquiries/Assistance

If you need assistance or have an enquiry, please do not hesitate to contact our Webinar Coordinator, Lisa Tran on (03) 8601 7709 or email: [email protected]

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