What do you mean by "insured address"?

The “insured address” refers to the address associated with the insured house, apartment or flat and its outbuildings (including garages; all used for domestic purposes only).

When do I need to tell you about the individual value of my contents?

There’s no need for you to do that. However, please note that certain valuable items have coverage limits in the event of a claim. Please refer to the policy document for full details.

What is the definition of "valuables"?

Stamp, coin or medal collections, pictures, other works of art, items of gold, silver or any other precious metal, jewellery, watches and furs.

What is a dwelling type?

A dwelling type is a house, apartment or flat.

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The information contained here is accurate as at 16 Aug 2022.