This note is not part of the order, but is intended to indicate its general effect.
This order brings into force, on 1 May 2002, the Personal Property Securities Amendment Act 2001. The Personal Property Securities Act 1999 also comes into force on 1 May 2002.
The Personal Property Securities Amendment Act 2001 amends the Personal Property Securities Act 1999 to (among other things)—
•clarify the components of the definition of consumer for the purposes of Part 6 by defining the terms finance company, manufacturer, and wholesaler; and
•amend section 59 (which relates to the reimbursement of a secured party by a motor vehicle dealer) to clarify when a dealer must reimburse a secured party and the amount that must be paid; and
•amend section 61 (which relates to the procedure for making claims for reimbursement by a secured party) to provide that a claim must be accompanied by a printed search result from the register; and
•clarify that Part 9 (Enforcement of security interests) does not apply to a receiver; and
•clarify when parties to security agreements may contract out of the enforcement provisions of the Act; and
•amend section 133 (which relates to the reinstatement of security agreements by debtors) to clarify that that provision does not apply to security agreements made or entered into before the commencement of the Act; and
•amend section 199 (which relates to the transitional provision concerning the time of registration of certain prior security interests).