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Beginning on March 17, 2013, Notice to Secured Party reports can be delivered via email.
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Selected Historic Headlines
Nova Scotia PPRS registration and search functions are available in French as well as in English. If your report language preference is French, then your Nova Scotia PPRS reports will be bilingual (English and French).
PPRS Registration Number Search Result Reports for New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Prince Edward Island will not include registration details for registrations that have been expired or discharged for longer than 30 days.
PPRS operating hours have been extended. New system operating hours are 03:15 to 23:15 Monday to Saturday and 12:00 to 23:15 on Sunday. PPRS will also be available on statutory holidays.
The web browser-based PPR System supports PPRS Search, ACOL Client Services, Retrieve Reports, PPRS Registration, and PPRS Administration functions.
The online Lien Check Service can be used to identify liens on personal property that is a motor vehicle, trailer, mobile home, airplane, boat, or outboard motor via the Internet (an ACOL Client Account is not required). This can help protect you from purchasing personal property that may be subject to seizure.
The inaugural edition of the Atlantic Personal Property News, a newsletter from the registrars of the Atlantic Personal Property Registries, is launched in October 2001.
The Personal Property Registries of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut are now available through the ACOL service. For more details on each of these registries, refer to their respective information pages: Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
The New Brunswick Driver Insurance Abstract Service is available through ACOL, as is the Nova Scotia Driver Insurance Abstract Services, and, with the appropriate account authorisation, can be accessed directly from this web site.
The Personal Property Registries of the Atlantic Provinces are all available through the ACOL service. For more details on each of these registries, refer to their respective information pages: New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island.
ACOL client forms, such as the Client Account Change Request, are also new to this site. You asked for them, and here they are!