The family of conwoman Melissa Caddick has been informed her exotic cars, luxury properties and expensive jewellery will be sold off, as liquidators try to recoup some of the $30million she swindled from victims – many of whom were friends and relatives.

Formal notice was given to her parents, husband and brother on Wednesday after a Federal Court this week declared the assets of the mother-of-one, who vanished on November 12 last year, should be distributed to duped investors. 

Solicitor Michael Hayter, acting on behalf of court-appointed liquidators confirmed to the Sydney Morning Herald: ‘I have been instructed to immediately issue notices,’ and that the family now have just 15 business days appeal the decision. 

 The family of conwoman Melissa Caddick (pictured) have been informed her exotic cars, luxury properties and expensive jewellery will be sold off, as liquidators try to recoup some the money for her victims

As an ASIC investigation closed in on her $30million scam, Caddick left her luxury $6.2million Dover Heights home in Sydney's eastern suburbs (pictured) for a dawn run and vanished

As an ASIC investigation closed in on her $30million scam, Caddick left her luxury $6.2million Dover Heights home in Sydney’s eastern suburbs (pictured) for a dawn run and vanished

Justice Brigitte Markovic ruled on Monday that Caddick had provided unlicensed financial advice between 2012 and 2020 under her company Maliver.  

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission have been trying to recover some of the live-savings her 72 clients poured in the scam, which funded Ms Caddick’s lavish lifestyle of luxury clothes, real estate…

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