Before you enter into an insurance policy, you have a legal duty to disclose all information that is
relevant and/or material to Vero Insurance New Zealand Limited (Vero) so that Vero can decide whether
to provide you with insurance and if so, on what terms. The duty to disclose relevant or material information
is not limited to the questions asked during the online purchase process. If there is anything else that is relevant
or material to Vero's decision to insure you, you cannot proceed with the online purchase process.
Please call us on 0800 505 234 to inform us of this information and continue the
purchase of your insurance policy.
If you are not sure whether you need to disclose any particular information, you can ask us by calling 0800 505 234.
Your duty of disclosure applies every time your policy is renewed and whenever you make changes to your policy.
If you breach this duty, Vero may elect to avoid your policy from its beginning or the last renewal date.
This means that your policy will be treated as if it never existed and you will have no cover.