Commercial Securities

The Coleman Greig Commercial Securities team has accumulated over 20 years of experience in preparing securities on behalf of clients in the banking, business finance, retail and wholesale industries.
 
We also act for individuals and businesses to advise them on the security documentation supporting their financing arrangements. 
 
Unlike many other law firms, at Coleman Greig we are committed to providing ongoing service and support for our clients and we are able to offer regular prompting to renew securities and maintain an accurate record of the status of securities.

We can help you with:
  • Preparation and advice on securities 
  • Acting and advising on the discharge of securities 
  • Accurate and detailed record keeping 
  • Arranging settlements.

For more information, or to make an appointment at one of our offices, please select from the below.

Commercial Securities - Our Clients

Coleman Greig’s Commercial Securities lawyers work with clients from a range of industries such as banking, business finance, retail and wholesaling, to provide a high quality financing and mortgage preparation service.
 
The team works with a range of clients that include one of Australia’s major financial institutions, a national machinery distributor, a major pharmacy supplier, and some of our country’s most-recognised and respected franchisors. We have also developed a particular specialisation in the field of retail outlet financing and currently assist a number of clients in this regard.

Publications

  • CBD-Style Legal Services Now on the Doorstep for Campbelltown-Macarthur Residents - 23 Jul 2019
    Warrick McLean
    Residents and businesses within the Campbelltown-Macarthur region now have access to a wider range of commercial and personal legal services, expertise and support following Coleman Greig Lawyers' opening of offices in the centrally-located Oran Park Podium.
  • Getting your Business Ready for Sale - 14 May 2019
    Rebecca Hegarty, Peter Stewart
    A business owner might look towards selling their business for a variety of reasons. The choice might be triggered by an expression of interest, or simply a decision based on the ripeness of the market.  Sometimes, the sale is forced on a business owner due to circumstances outside their control or having come out of a dispute between business partners.  To get the most value for your business, it is important to conduct due diligence in order to ensure that it is ready for sale. This article outlines Coleman Greig's top 5 tips for getting your business 'sale ready'.
  • PPSA: Correcting Errors and Extending Time - 15 Mar 2019
    Rebecca Hegarty
    Since the Personal Property Securities Act 2009, creditors have looked to perfect their security interests by registering them on the PPSR. Here’s what you should consider when it comes to PPSA registrations.
  • Industry recognition for expertise and impact - 6 Sep 2017
    Warrick McLean
    Coleman Greig is thrilled with the recent recognition of two of its Principals, Malcolm Gittoes-Caesar and Caroline Hutchinson, in industry awards.
  • Coleman Greig joins international network of law firms - 8 May 2017
    Caroline Hutchinson, Peter Stewart
    Coleman Greig is excited to announce that we have become the only Australian law firm to become a member of First Law International (FLI), a global network of over 75 independent full-service, high quality law firms.
  • Personal Property Securities leases: Change is on the way - 24 Aug 2015
    Rebecca Hegarty
    A change is on the way that will affect which Personal Properties Securities (PPS) leases you may need to register on the Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR). Under an amendment to the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) (PPSA), a PPS lease of serial numbered goods where the term is 90 days or more but less than 1 year, will escape the need for PPSR registration - without potential risk of loss of goods.