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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 a range of lenders in Australia.
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You need to complete a mortgage discharge form when you want to remove your lender from the title to your property. You do this when paying pay off your mortgage entirely or when you refinance from one lender to another.
Most lenders have their own specific forms, sometimes called mortgage discharge authorities. Your lender usually provides this form for you but most have them available to download on their websites. Below, you can find the forms for all four major banks and many other lenders.
Major bank discharge forms
Discharge forms for other lenders
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