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3 Definitions

In this Act--

"bailed goods" means goods subject to bailment, and includes goods held by the Sheriff following their seizure under a writ of execution.

"bailment" includes bailment for reward, bailment in the course of business, gratuitous bailment, involuntary bailment or any sub-bailment, but does not include anything excluded from this definition by the regulations.

"depositor" means the person who gives possession of goods (whether or not the person is the owner of the goods), and includes a bailor.

"dispose of" includes sell or destroy.

"goods" means all chattels personal, other than things excluded from this definition by the regulations.

"publicly registered interest" , in relation to goods, means--

(a) in the case of a motor vehicle or a boat or vessel--a security interest in the motor vehicle or the boat or vessel recorded in the Personal Property Securities Register under the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 of the Commonwealth, or
(b) in the case of any other goods--an interest in the goods recorded in a register (whether of the Commonwealth or the State) that is prescribed by the regulations.

"receiver" means the person who takes possession of goods, and includes a bailee.

"relevant charges" --see section 28.

"Tribunal" means the Civil and Administrative Tribunal.

"uncollected goods" means goods that are uncollected as referred to in section 5.

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