- What it means to be listed as a debtor on the PPSR.
- As a debtor, you can search the PPSR to make sure that details about a security interest are correct
- The process for requesting that a change be made to a financing statement in PPSR.
- Checking the PPSR before buying a used motor vehicle or other second-hand goods.
Other help topics
To register or search on the PPSR, you or your organisation must have an online services account. Find out more about the register, how to log in, set up your account, and create a secured party group.See all 9 guides for Getting started
Managing your online services account
Searching the PPSR
The information available in the PPSR can help you to make better-informed financial and purchasing decisions, and provide you with valuable peace of mind. Find out how to search for security interests.See all 9 guides for Searching the PPSR
Registering on the PPSR
Registering your security interests on the PPSR improves your chances of recovering what's yours, should a customer default. Find out how to create a secured party group, and register and manage financing statements.See all 11 guides for Registering on the PPSR