The property, which has now been secretely sold, was bought for Baden-Clay and brother Ashley
Brisbane, Queensland -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/10/2012 -- An investment property bought for dead Brookfield mother Allison Baden-Clay and her brother Ashley has been sold by her husband, who is suspected felon Gerard Baden-Clay. The Gold Coast home closely held by the siblings and their partners was commanded within the name of the company closely held by the Baden-Clays.
From his cell at Arthur Gorrie Centre, Baden-Clay wrote to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission advising that his partner was no longer alive. This allowed him to become the sole owner and director of the business entity, in step with documents lodged within the Supreme Court.
Allison’s parents Geoffrey and Priscilla Dickie later learned the property had been publicized for auction on September 16th. However, despite Baden-Clay having valued the house at $400,000 to $450,000, documents showed it absolutely was oversubscribed before the auction.
Mr. Dickie was yesterday given an interim order to require management of her estate from Baden-Clay. Justice spaceman Martin yesterday ordered Dickie be appointed as administrator of her estate till the result of Baden-Clay’s trial.
Mr. Dickie had applied to require over administration of his late daughter’s estate, collect and defend her assets and pay the estate’s debts. The decision suggests that Mr. Dickie may need to reapply to the court for a permanent order within the event Baden-Clay is guilty of Allison’s murder.
Barrister Caite Brewer, acting for Mr. Dickie, told the court the parties, together with lawyers acting for Baden-Clay, had reached an agreement relating to the granting of the interim order.
However, Baden-Clay would be reinstated as the fiduciary of his late wife’s estate within the event he’s cleared of the charges. Baden-Clay, who was
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