PPSA Headaches in Business Acquisitions

The Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (PPSA), can create major stumbling blocks for business acquisitions, particularly where parties fail to plan ahead and/or conduct adequate due diligence, and as a result lawyers may find themselves in the firing line.  In this program, Peter Mills, from Thynne + Macartney in Brisbane, identifies: the potential problems, illustrated by examples; the measures that can be taken that can minimise the risks for both buyers and sellers; and how appropriate clauses in the retainer can limit lawyer liability.

[28.14 minutes] [0.47 CPD units]



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Product Code: PAH7646
 Price:  $33.00 (Inclusive of GST)