(ii) for any other type of inventory – the purchase-money security is linked to the inventory; and (3) However, the validity of a security right to which subsection (1) applies is governed by Australian law if: A secured party with the same obligation secured by both personal property and land may be able to conduct an enforcement action in a simplified manner with cost savings. the security right in the transferred security right, where point (a) applies, and in the security right where point (b) applies, is subject to 15 security rights and related terms (g) to the fact that a person acquires personal property without real or constructive knowledge in accordance with point (b) of Article 267(3); These rules are all subject to their own exceptions. (12) If there is no outstanding secured obligation and the secured party is not required to make advances, fulfill obligations or otherwise give value, a secured party that has control of investment property under section 25(1)(b) of the Securities Transfer Act or section 1 (1.1)(d)(ii) of this Act shall, within 10 days of receipt of a written request from the debtor, provide the securities or futures intermediary with whom the securities right or futures contract is maintained with a written record exempting the securities intermediary or forward agent from any other obligation to execute the authorization orders or instructions of the secured party. Chapter 2 – General Rules on Security Rights 43 40 (1) A secured party may, under a security right or otherwise, subordinate its security right to any other security right, and the subordination is effective between the parties in accordance with its conditions and may be enforced by a third party if the third party is the person or group of persons for whose benefit the subordination was intended. (b) the person (the previously secured party) to whom the claim was made no longer has security. 75 (1) A reference in any Act, regulation, agreement or document to the Accounting Accounts Transfer Act, R.S.B.C. 1979, c. 32, the Personal Property Act, R.S.B.C 1979, c. 48, the Corporations Act, the Prefabricated Houses Act or the Conditional Sale of Goods Act, R.S.B.C. 1979, c.