Imagine if you demolish a wall and take out your neighbour's wall as awell, then it's shared!
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Damage to or loss of your contents, caused by fire, break-ins or weather events such as floods
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Option to specify higher values for items such as jewellery, and cover portable valuables away from home
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Landlord contents are household goods and furnishings that:
- you (the Landlord) own or are legally responsible for
- you leave in the property for the tenant’s domestic use
- aren't attached to the building
Think of it as everything you'd usually take with you if you sold your property, for example, carpets, curtains, furniture, kitchenware, washing machines and TVs.
Plus, if you have a unit or other strata title property, it also includes fittings that aren’t legally part of the owners' corporation, such as a floating wooden floor or air conditioning unit.
This is a just summary. For full details check the PDS (Product Disclosure Statement). It’s dry, we know, but it’s essential reading.
Sum Insured (Home Building)
The amount you choose to insure your home for, which is the maximum we'll pay to repair or rebuild it in the event of an incident.
It's important that the amount accurately reflects the replacement value of your home building. We recommend seeking the services of an architect, builder or other qualified professional for an accurate estimate. There are also numerous free calculators on Australian websites to help you work it out.