A Certificate of Currency is a document that confirms a current policy is in place for the sums insured shown on the date that the certificate is requested. A Certificate of Currency is valid only for the day on which it is issued and represents information current at the time of your request.
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There is a cost associated with this service. Certificates of Currency online are not available for Community Association/Title policies, please contact your local branch for assistance.
The document is delivered as a downloadable and printable PDF. It requires Adobe Acrobat Reader software to view and print the document – Adobe Acrobat.
You will receive an email with a link to the document which will be available for a period of 3 days between the hours of 6am to 11pm AEST Monday to Saturday and 6am to 5pm AEST Sunday.
After your credit card payment is accepted, your document will be available as a downloadable and printable Adobe Acrobat Portable Document (PDF). You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader software to view and print the document – this software is available free at: Adobe Acrobat
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Please note there is a cost associated with this service. You can contact your local branch directly to request a Certificate of Currency via Fax or Post. If you have requested a copy be sent to you via fax or post, your request will be processed within 3 working days from the date received. However please allow up to two weeks for postal delivery within Australia.
Proof of Purchase
CHU will send you a confirmation of your order via email.
When you order a document, the details of the policy will be checked against the CHU database to determine whether the policy is current and the information is available. If the policy is no longer current or the information is not available, you will be notified on screen to contact CHU.
Certificates of Currency purchased are non refundable.