Australia: A look at insolvent tenants, PPSA and landlord’s rights
Last Updated: 8 August 2012

Tenant insolvency is an issue which has dominated the press in recent times, particularly in the retail and manufacturing sectors. Aside from the obvious commercial impacts, this also has legal implications for landlords and their dealings with these tenants. The Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) (PPSA) has also added another dimension to landlords' considerations in this area.

Attend this complimentary lunchtime seminar and hear from our lawyers about managing insolvent tenants and the implications of the PPSA for landlords and tenants in these situations.

DibbsBarker invites you to a seminar on insolvent tenants, PPSA and landlord's rights covering the following:

  • Dealing with the different types of insolvent administrations
  • Who is responsible for the rent and make good
  • Calling on bank guarantees and security deposits
  • The impact of the PPSA - dealing with the fit-out and abandoned items
Date: Tuesday, 4 September 2012
Time: 12.30pm - 2.00pm
(light lunch provided)
Venue: DibbsBarker
Level 8 Angel Place
123 Pitt Street, Sydney
RSVP: 29 August 2012

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