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On 24 March 2020, the Australian Government made changes to the Bankruptcy law as part of the economic response to the Coronavirus.
Find out if someone is bankrupt by searching the National Personal Insolvency Index (NPII).
Consider carefully if applying for bankruptcy is the right option for you.
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We manage the application of bankruptcy and the personal property securities register within Australia. Our work supports improved community and financial outcomes for consumers and business.
Find out where to get help and explore your options for dealing with unmanageable debt
Make sure you understand the consequences before you enter into a legally binding arrangement to repay debts with your creditors
Update your details, request permission to travel or confirm your bankruptcy has ended
The PPSR is a national online notice board of security interests in Australia
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Understand the benefits of the PPSR for your industry and protect your business
The Australian Government has announced its economic response to coronavirus, including changes to bankruptcy law.
AFSA to release fortnightly statistics on personal insolvencies in Australia to help understand the economic impact of COVID-19.
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Recent changes to Commonwealth bankruptcy law will provide immediate relief to people...
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On 20 February 2020, Mr Robert John Wilson was convicted in the Dandenong Magistrates...
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