(1) For subparagraph 761G(5)(b)(vii) of the Act, a personal and domestic property insurance product is a contract or part of a contract that provides insurance cover (whether or not the cover is limited or restricted in any way) in respect of loss or damage to property that is:
(a) wholly or predominantly used for personal, domestic or household purposes by:
(i) the insured; or
(ii) a relative of the insured; or
(iii) any person with whom the insured resides; and
(b) ordinarily used for that purpose.
(2) A personal and domestic property insurance product does not include:
(a) insurance to or in relation to which the Marine Insurance Act 1909 applies; or
(b) insurance entered into, or proposed to be entered into, for the purposes of a law (including a law of a State or Territory) that relates to:
(i) workers' compensation; or
(ii) compulsory third party compensation.
(3) In this regulation:
"property" includes any of the following:
(c) a caravan or mobile home;
(d) an on-site mobile home;
(e) a trailer;
(f) a marine pleasure craft;
(g) a horse;
(h) a domestic pet;
(i) a mobile phone.
"relative" means any of the following relatives of an insured person:
(i) spouse (including de facto spouse);
(l) adopted son;
(o) adopted daughter;
(4) For paragraph (1)(a), property is taken to be wholly or predominantly used for personal, domestic or household purposes if the insured gives the insurer a statement, before the insurance product is issued, that the property is intended to be used wholly or predominantly for 1 or more of those purposes.