A Summary of Crop Securities in NSW – September 2010

In NSW, the Security Interests in Goods Act 2005 (SIGA) has replaced the Liens on Crop and Wool and Stock Mortgages Acts 1898, and the Bills of Sale Act 1898.It commenced operation on the 1st March 2006. This means that a "crop lien‟, as it was once known, is now replaced with what is termed a "crop mortgage‟. Read the full article here

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