Australian PPSA deadline looming — last chance to protect PPSA transitional security interests
By John Canning and Tejaswi Nimmagadda
With the end of the two-year transitional period for pre-PPSA transactions looming, if you have not yet taken some time out to take stock on all of your transactions requiring some action under the PPSA to protect transitional security interests, then you should do this immediately…
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