Discovery is the test version of the Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR), which can be used for exploring the PPSR, practising searches and registrations, training, and education purposes.
Since 2012, there have been more than 20 million registrations created on the Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR).
Number of searches on the PPSR by quarter
PPSR activity at a glance
PPSR activity at a glance
The Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA) released regional personal insolvency statistics for the December quarter 2015.
Personal insolvency in the June quarter 2016
Personal insolvencies increased 4.4% in 2015–16 compared to 2014–15. Queensland and Western Australia were the main contributors to this rise. This is the first annual rise since 2009–10.
The Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA) released regional personal insolvency statistics for the June quarter 2016.
The Australian Financial Security Authority today released the personal insolvency activity statistics for the September quarter 2016.
Regional personal insolvency and business related personal insolvency statistics for the December quarter 2016
Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) statistics for the December quarter 2016
New, non-transitional registrations on the PPSR
Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) statistics for the September quarter 2017
New release! How to ‘create a template’ short videos
Creating a registration template means you don’t have to re-enter the same data, such as your business details, over and over again.
... or what do you do if you receive a PPSR amendment demand?
AFSA recently undertook a review of the PPSR fees and charges and released a Cost Recovery Implementation Statement (CRIS) for consultation.
AFSA’s latest quick motor vehicle search videos can now be viewed or shared from YouTube:
We have released new 'how to' pages for searching on the PPSR:
Handy links to new PPSR ‘how to’ web pages:
AFSA periodically reviews its Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) fees and charges to ensure we recover the costs of providing our services.
How do you lay claim to your stuff if it becomes part of something else, or is mixed in with other goods at the time your customer goes broke?
We have listened and made the following enhancements last weekend:
The PPSR has been updated to provide information about whether a car has affected Takata airbags and is under recall.
What can and can't be changed?
Registration details that can be changed include:
When reviewing your registrations, you may decide that your registration no longer needs to be on the PPSR.
It's free to discharge a registration.
If you need to extend the expiry date of your registration, you have two options:
... to thank you for your support in raising awareness and education of the Australian Government's PPSR in 2018.
AFSA produces a range of resources to help explain in plain English, what the PPSR is, how you can use it and the benefits it offers.
At AFSA, we want our information to be clear, concise and easy to use.
- Do you often deal with the same customer, but on different terms or with different collateral?
- Are you doing a fresh search or registration each time?
And what you may ask is a GONI?
The Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) supports a number of people - from young people getting their licence and looking for a second-hand car (and the mums and dads who might be assistin
The PPSR allows you to search against a serial number, a business, or a person’s name.
But which is the right search for you?