PPRS New BrunswickPPRS Newfoundland and LabradorPPRS Nova ScotiaPPRS Northwest TerritoriesPPRS NunavutPPRS Prince Edward IslandPPRS Yukon

ACOL PPRS includes access to up to seven Canadian provinces and territories. In order for any user within your account to perform registrations in a specific jurisdiction, you must include that jurisdiction's Personal Property Registry (PPR) database in your application.

If you do not yet have access to PPRS, you will select the PPR databases to be accessed in the Client Application form.

If you already have access to PPRS, you can add or delete PPR databases to be accessed via a Client Application Addendum form.


1. If you have access to PPRS, then you will be able to perform a SEARCH in any of the seven jurisdictions. You must select the jurisdiction's PPR database for REGISTRATION privileges, but not for searching.

2. If you add a PPR database, you must also Create PPR Client Information for that jurisdiction before any of your users will be able to successfully complete a registration.