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Mortgage discharge forms

If you're selling your property, you'll need to discharge your home loan. Here are the mortgage discharge forms for Australia's top lenders.

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Discharging a home loan is the process of removing your lender from the title to your property. It's a necessary step in the process when you pay off your mortgage entirely (such as after selling it) or when you refinance from one lender to another.

When you discharge a home loan, you'll need to fill out a form known as a Mortgage Discharge Authority form. Most lenders have their own specific forms for this process and in most cases, your lender will provide this form for you. However, if you want to fill out the paperwork sooner and streamline the process of refinancing or finalising your loan, you can fill this form out sooner.

Below, you can find the forms for all four major banks, as well as some of Australia's largest lenders.

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Major bank discharge forms

ANZ
Commonwealth Bank
NAB
Westpac

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