Correction and Clarification
The following are corrections to the story 'Collateral roadblock' published September 21, 2014:
1. The NSIPP Registry only replaces the Charges Registry as it relates to personal property. Real property interests are still registered on the Charges Registry.
2. It costs $1,000 to register a new notice, not $1,500.
3. The NSIPP public campaign is run by the Government of Jamaica through the Ministry of Industry, Investment and Commerce and the National Competitiveness Council, and not the Companies Office of Jamaica.
We regret the errors.