Hey one and all, I hope this is the most suitable forum for this discussion. So the story goes that I've been looking for Honda CB400s for a while and found one at a good price for what it is and the seller seems very genuine (met his whole family and turns out I'm probably related to his mother, but that's another story.) I checked the rego on VicRoads and it checks out, but wanted to check the Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) to see if the bike was financed or has any money owing. I submitted 2 searches with the VIN & Chassis number (worst $7.40 I've ever spent) only to get these results: "As this search was performed during the transitional period, not all registrations may be on the register. Please note that during the transitional period there may be existing transitional security interests which are not on the register. For further information, please see Glossary - transitional registrations. No registration exists on the PPSR for the entered search criteria." In true style, any useful information on what a 'transitional registration' is was very vague. At the end of the day, I'm not sure if this means that the bike is clean and isn't on the PPSR because there's no money owing, or if it means that it's registration is in hiatus and maybe being transferred to a new owner? Has anyone else encountered this before?