It is a requirement of your DHA Lease Agreement to maintain a suitable insurance policy for your property for the duration of your lease1. Although we can advise on the DHA Lease Agreement, we are not licensed to provide advice on insurance.

To ensure you have the appropriate insurance in place and your policy is up-to-date, you should contact your insurance provider.

If you own a property that is part of a strata or community titled scheme, it is generally the responsibility of the strata manager to maintain a property insurance policy.

You can also liaise with the strata manager for confirmation of what type of insurance is in place and what you need to insure with respect to your property (lot).

If your strata scheme is self-managed, then you must provide DHA with a copy of the insurance applicable for this scheme.

If an insurable event occurs at the property, we will contact you so you can notify your insurer. Where possible, we will provide information about the event and facilitate access for any necessary inspections or required work. 

See also: Emergency

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1. Investors/Lessors retain some responsibilities and risks.