You can remove a co‑borrower, but you'll need to renegotiate your loan.
This means you'll have to qualify for a new loan on your own, which may affect your financing terms and conditions. You will have to submit recent proof of income and of your assets and liabilities so we can reassess your borrowing capacity.
To renegotiate your loan, make an appointment to speak with an advisor at one of our branches.
If you and your co-borrower are common-law, in cases of divorce or separation, you’ll both remain responsible for the debt.