Monday to Friday:
8:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
The Personal Property Registry provides on-
The term "personal property" is used to describe consumer goods such as cars, household and personal items, industrial or farming equipment, or aircraft. It includes all property (other than land) and goods, chattel paper, a security, a document of title, an instrument, money or an intangible.
Certain interests in personal property must be registered in the Personal Property Registry to avoid possible loss of that interest to another person, such as a bank loan or financing a vehicle through a dealership. This would give that other person a better legal right to the property. Registration also enables another person to discover the existence of your interest to prevent unnecessary legal conflicts. It is very important to keep in mind that registration of your interest in the Personal Property Registry does not guarantee priority over all other interests. It is however, a necessary step to protect your interest.