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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We express our gratitude to the Traditional Owners and Custodians for their continuous care of this ancient Country for thousands of generations and for the sharing of this land that was never ceded.

We recognise and respect the wisdom of Elders past, present, and those to come, and extend this to all First Nations Peoples and their living cultures.

We walk softly alongside First Nations Peoples as allies committed to seeking guidance, listening with purpose, and acting with courage in our future together.

Always was, always will be.


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