Statutory Declaration Form

A statutory declaration is a legal document. Complete this form to let Believe Housing Australia know when a tenant has passed away.

Statutory Declaration Form

Statutory Declaration Form

Download from the website.

A statutory declaration is a legal document that you sign to state something is true. Making a false statement in a statutory declaration is against the law. Believe Housing Australia requires a Statutory Declaration form is completed when a tenant passes away.


Authorised witnesses

A statutory declaration must be signed by an authorised witness. To find out who is considered an authorised witness in South Australia, visit the Attorney-General’s Department website.


Formerly known as AnglicareSA Housing, Believe Housing Australia continues to be a part of the AnglicareSA family and remains a subsidiary company of AnglicareSA.

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Believe Housing Australia acknowledges the First Nations people as the traditional custodians of this land. We express our gratitude in the sharing of this land; our sorrow for the personal, spiritual and cultural costs of that sharing; and our hope that we may walk together in harmony in the spirit of Reconciliation.


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