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Location of the property insured. If same as postal, please enter “As above”.
Please list insured names and dates of birth.
Property Use:
Double Brick, Brick Veener, Weatherboard, etc.
Tiles, Iron, Colorbond, etc.
In square metres.
Please enter year that the house was built.
House, Unit, Townhouse, Duplex.
Please enter security details such as alarm (monitored or local). Deadlocks, Keyed Window Locks.
Please enter anything that might need to specified, such as jewellery with an individual value over $10k. Sporting equipment or bicycles over $10k.
What is you preferred basic excess for this quote.
Please advise any claims (Last 5 years), or criminal convictions.
Please advise other information that might be relevant, such as current insurance details, including policy expiry date.

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Duty of Disclosure: You and everyone who is insured under an insurance policy must comply with the duty of disclosure. You must provide complete and accurate information and instructions in a timely manner, so that we can assist you fully. You have a duty to disclose to the insurer before a contract of insurance is entered into, upon any renewal or alteration / endorsement to the contract, every matter that is known to you that is relevant to the decision of the insurer whether to accept the risk. It is important that you tell us every matter that you know or that a reasonable person in your circumstances would know that would be relevant to an insurers decision whether or not to insure you and on what terms. You must give honest and complete answers to each of the insurer’s questions. You should disclose in answer to each question any matter that is known to you and which a reasonable person in the circumstances could be expected to have told the insurer in the circumstances. Failure to comply with your duty of disclosure may allow the insurer to avoid liability for a particular claim or to void the policy.

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