PPSA cross over up for discussion.
March 8, 2021 at 5:10 am #2875
Hey guys, I have attached a word doc with the ppsa legal rubbish i think corresponds. Up for discussion, just starting the convo. Also we have issues raised about making a department the Secured Creditor, because we cannot assign it, so, I feel this must be done without a registration, but with registered mail, and recorded at a court of records that service is complete… I am actually going to call the Vic dep of treasury etc and ask them for their details to finalize the transaction online PPSR. see how we go.
March 8, 2021 at 8:41 am #2879
I’m trying to upload customs act 1901 Australia, or parts of it, and the site is stopping me…
CUSTOMS ACT 1901-1973 – SECT. 206.
Seized goods may be returned on security.
Amended by No. 12, 1923, s. 2; and No. 14, 1968, s. 3.
206. The Comptroller or the Collector of Customs for a State or Territory
may authorize any ship aircraft boat or goods seized to be delivered to the
claimant on his giving security to pay their value in case of their
March 8, 2021 at 8:42 am #2880
CUSTOMS ACT 1901-1973 – SECT. 162.
Delivery of goods upon giving of security or undertaking for payment of duty.
Division 3-Deposits, Abatements, Remissions, and
Refunds of Duties
Substituted by No. 108, 1952, s. 12.
162. (1) Where goods the property of a person included in a prescribed class
of persons are imported or a person imports goods included in a prescribed
class or goods intended for a prescribed purpose and intends to export those
goods, the Collector may grant to the person importing the goods permission to
take delivery of those goods upon giving a security or an undertaking, to the
satisfaction of the Collector, for the payment of the duty on those goods.
(2) The regulations may prescribe provisions to be complied with in relation
to goods in respect of which permission has been granted under the last
(3) Where the Collector has granted permission to a person to take delivery
of goods upon giving a security or an undertaking referred to in sub-section
(1) of this section, the duty is not payable if-
(a) the provisions of the regulations are complied with; and
(b) the goods are exported within a period of twelve months after the date
on which the goods were imported or within such further period as the
Minister, on the application of the person who imported the goods, allows,
and, if security was given by way of deposit of cash or of an instrument
transferable by delivery, the amount deposited or the instrument shall be
returned to the person by whom the security was given.
(4) Where the regulations are not complied with or the goods are not
exported from Australia within that period of twelve months or that further
period allowed by the Minister, the security may be enforced according to its
tenor or, where an undertaking to pay the amount of the duty has been given,
that amount may be recovered at any time in a court of competent jurisdiction
by proceedings in the name of the Collector.
March 8, 2021 at 12:14 pm #2939Mariana-AngelaParticipant
Yes like to discuss this further so how do we have a discussion group???
I’m just learning to navigate around this site
March 8, 2021 at 8:07 pm #2964
Just reply I guess. There are topics within groups, this is very new, so I just started a topic, reply here in relation to what I have uploaded.
March 24, 2021 at 8:39 pm #3755VictorParticipant
Thank you Jaebin, so much to read and understand.
Im new at this process and its hard to know what to keep and what to discard.
So, Feel free to Highlight the important bits.
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