Obtaining 2011 Documentation (Editorial 03/02/11)
Members who have renewed for the 2011 policy year can access insurance documentation for both P&I and UK Defence Club renewed entries via the Members’ Area of our website. In addition to the latest Certificate of Entry, Members can download the corresponding debit notes, blue cards, renewal confirmations and COFR documentation.
These documents are created as ‘PDF’ attachment should be printed on a colour printer and treated as original documents. Please note that we will not be issuing hard copies of these documents.
Renewing Members should have received an email notification from the Underwriting department that documentation has been prepared including a direct link to the Underwriting Online facility on our website.
In the event you have not received any essential documents, please call your usual underwriting contact without delay.
Members and brokers who are registered with the Club's Members Area are able to access their policy documentation the instant it is produced by the Club. As it is in the globally recognised PDF format, it can be printed or saved to the Member's own IT system.
If you have not yet registered for the Club’s online services, click here to start the registration process.
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