Newfoundland and Labrador
The Newfoundland and Labrador Personal Property Registry (PPR) provides access to register and search personal property security notices.
If you want full access to PPRS you will need to sign up for an ACOL client account. An account will provide you with one or more user IDs and passwords in order to login to PPRS. You can use an account to access the Newfoundland and Labrador PPR and all other ACOL PPRS jurisdictions.
If you do not have an account, you have two options:
- Use the Lien Check Service. Lien Check supports serial number searching only and requires a valid credit card.
- Pay a value-added service provider to access the PPR for you: find a value-added service provider to help you.
Computer workstations with access to the Lien Check Service and for login with your ACOL account are located at the following location:
Commercial Registrations Division
59 Elizabeth Avenue
St. John's, NL
Phone: (709) 729-3300
Please note that staff are prohibited by legislation from entering or searching information in the system on behalf of the client.
For assistance and support when using these terminals, contact the ACOL Client Support Centre.
For all matters pertaining to ACOL PPRS please contact the Client Support Centre (CSC). When required, CSC staff will refer your questions or concerns to an appropriate government contact person.
|Government department or agency responsible for Newfoundland and Labrador PPR:|
Consumer and Commercial Affairs Branch
Commercial Registrations Division
|Government PPR website:||Newfoundland and Labrador government PPR website|
|Contact information:||Commercial Registrations Division contact information|
|PPR Product Description:|
Newfoundland and Labrador PPR Product Description
The PPR Product Description is included by reference within the Terms and Conditions for access to ACOL PPRS. In addition to formally describing the service, it includes sections on Access Conditions, Limitation, Indemnity and Disclaimer.
The Newfoundland and Labrador Personal Property Security Act, Chapter P-7.1, 1998, was assented to by the House of Assembly on December 15, 1998 and proclaimed on December 13, 1999. The links below will take you to copies of the Act and Regulations on the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador website:
- Conveyancing Act
- Evidence Act
- Family Law Act
- Innkeepers Act
- Judgment Enforcement Act
- Registration of Deeds Act
- Sale of Goods Act
- Warehouser's Lien Act
- Assignment of Book Debts Act
- Bills of Sale Act
- Conditional Sales Act
- Part I, II, and III of the Security Interest Registration Act
Please be advised of the following gazette publications:
- December 3, 1999 -- 102/99 Judgment Enforcement Regulations
- December 3, 1999 -- 103/99 Personal Property Security Regulations
- December 10, 1999 -- 107/99 Proclamation Date of PPSA December 13
To order the printed official final version of the Personal Property Security Act, contact:
Office of the King's Printer
Government of Newfoundland and Labrador
P.O. Box 8700
St. John's, NL A1B 4J6
Phone 709 729-3649
Fax 709 729-1900
The following fees are pursuant to section 72(1)(d) of the Personal Property Security Act, SN 1998, c. P-7.1 and prescribed in Part VIII of the Personal Property Security Regulations.
|Registrations||1 - 25 years||initial fee||$25.00|
|plus for each year of the period||$9.00 per year|
|Renew a registration||1 - 25 years||each year of the period||$9.00|
|Discharge a registration||$10.00|
|Re-register a registration under subsection 36(7) PPSA||No fee|
|Amend a registration||$10.00|
|Effect a global change of multiple registrations||$500.00|
|Search the registry||$10.00 per search|
Effective date: 1 January 2016
For all PPRS-related news go to the PPRS News page.
For client application and account management forms go to ACOL PPRS Information Kit files.
|Newfoundland and Labrador PPR Information Guide||A three-page introduction to the service suitable for printing.|
|NL PPR Newsletter 1 - Oct 1999||First of three newsletters published in 1999 by Newfoundland and Labrador when enacting the Personal Property Security Act and becoming available via ACOL PPRS.|
|NL PPR Newsletter 2 - Nov 1999||Second of three newsletters.|
|NL PPR Newsletter 3 - Dec 1999||Third of three newsletters.|
|Atlantic Personal Property Newsletter - Oct 2001||A newsletter jointly published by the four Atlantic Provinces in 2001 including additional guidance and suggestions for ACOL PPRS users.|
|Newfoundland and Labrador government PPR website||Government website that may contain additional news and information.|
|Understanding your Lien Check Search Result Report||A two-page description to help you better understand your Lien Check search result report.|
People registering or searching in the Personal Property Registry may also have need to access one of the following other property-related registries.
|General Description of the Registry|
Registry Link (opens in a new tab)
|Land Registry description||Newfoundland and Labrador Registry of Deeds|
|Motor Vehicle Registry description||Newfoundland and Labrador Registry of Motor Vehicles|
|Corporate Registry description||Newfoundland and Labrador Registy of Companies|
Motor Vehicle Registry description
Corporate Registry description
Take a look at the statistics for PPRS, including:
- active registrations on the stated date
- registration and search transaction volumes
- number of registrations by collateral type
- percentage of new registrations containing at least one of the listed registration elements
The fiscal year runs from April 1st to March 31st.