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Certificate of Currency

A Certificate of Currency is confirmation from the insurer that you have a valid insurance policy in place.

Lenders will often request a certificate of currency noting the interests of a 'mortgagee' or 'interested party' on your strata building policy.

  • If you require a Certificate of Currency to note the interest of a 'mortgagee' on your strata building policy, then a fee of $44.00 applies and the Certificate of Currency will be processed within 3 working days.
  • Should you require a certificate urgently, a fee of $66.00 applies.

 Please fill in our online form to request and pay for your Certificate of Currency.

 

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Should you have any issues with the online form, you can download the form here and email it to: cofc@whitbread.com.au

Please contact our office if you encounter any problems or are in need of advice T 1300 424 627 E info@whitbread.com.au.

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