Saskatchewan Personal Property Registry (SPPR) Forms
The Saskatchewan Personal Property Registry (SPPR) provides an easy and convenient way to search and register interests (liens) against personal property, giving you peace of mind as a buyer or lender.
A quick search of the registry for outstanding liens will protect you from buying someone else’s debt. If the debt goes unpaid, a secured party or creditor may seize the property from you to settle the debt.
Before you buy, you can search for the item in our registry either by serial number (for goods like motor vehicles, boats, mobile homes, trailers, aircraft and snowmobiles) or by debtor name (for moveable assets like stocks, bonds, crops and fixtures).
The SPPR allows a creditor or secured party, such as a seller or lending institution, to register a financing statement indicating an interest in the personal property of a buyer or a debtor. By registering in the SPPR, you are ensuring that your interest in that good is protected. For example, you will be protected against another party's claim to have a stronger legal right to the property.
The SPPR also serves as the entry point for the Summary Offence Procedure Act for the enforcement of parking fines and for the Saskatchewan Writ Registry, a database containing notices of writs and maintenance orders.
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