The combination of registered trustees in private practice, AFSA's trustee function (the Official Trustee in Bankruptcy), registered and unregistered debt agreement administrators in private practice, and solicitors who act as controlling trustees in Part X.
An association for practitioners who are primarily involved with the personal insolvency industry, particularly Part IX debt agreements.
The way in which AFSA transmits reports and file downloads of information from the National Personal Insolvency Index (NPII) to credit reporting and licensing organisations.
This is property to which the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) applies.
It is property, other than land, buildings and fixtures to land including:
- motor vehicles
- intellectual property (such as copyright, patents and designs), bank accounts and debts (sometimes known as receivables)
- shares and other financial property
- and private commercial licences
It does not apply to direct water rights, nor to most government issued licences or rights.
The Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) is the law on security interests in personal property. It also established the PPSR. AFSA, through the Registrar of Personal Property Securities, administers the PPSA and the PPSR.