The wife and daughter of Carl Williams save the drugs money from the drugs gang FAILS

The parental home of murdered drug chief Carl Williams will be auctioned Saturday after his former wife failed in her bid to block the sale

Carl Williams & Roberta wife and daughter Dhakota's desperate attempt to use Informer 3838 scandal to rescue their family at home FAILS – and it will appear at auction within hours

  • The former wife of Carl Williams failed in her attempt to block the sale of their parental home
  • Roberta Williams went to court to stop sales by the Australian tax office
  • Justice Steven Moore rejected arguments that allowed the sale of Saturday to take place

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The parental home of the murdered drug chief Carl Williams will be auctioned Saturday after his former wife failed in her bid to block the sale.

Roberta Williams went to the Supreme Court to halt sales by the Australian tax office to pay a $ 959,714 tax debt owed by the estate of her former father-in-law George Williams, coupled with money he made importing drugs.

Williams relied on revelations about the supergrass attorney, known as Attorney X, who, according to her, was sworn in to court cases & # 39; relatives & # 39; represented, including Carl and George Williams.

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The parental home of murdered drug chief Carl Williams will be auctioned Saturday after his former wife failed in her bid to block the sale

The parental home of murdered drug chief Carl Williams will be auctioned Saturday after his former wife failed in her bid to block the sale

Roberta Williams went to the Supreme Court to halt sales by the Australian tax office to pay a $ 959,714 tax debt owed by the estate of her former father-in-law George Williams, coupled with money he made importing drugs (photo: Roberta Williams (middle) and daughter Dakota (second right) arrive at the Melbourne Supreme Court on December 14th)

Roberta Williams went to the Supreme Court to halt sales by the Australian tax office to pay a $ 959,714 tax debt owed by the estate of her former father-in-law George Williams, coupled with money he made importing drugs (photo: Roberta Williams (middle) and daughter Dakota (second right) arrive at the Melbourne Supreme Court on December 14th)

Roberta Williams went to the Supreme Court to halt sales by the Australian tax office to pay a $ 959,714 tax debt owed by the estate of her former father-in-law George Williams, coupled with money he made importing drugs (photo: Roberta Williams (middle) and daughter Dakota (second right) arrive at the Melbourne Supreme Court on December 14th)

Mrs Williams sought the order as executor of George's estate (pictured: Roberta Williams (middle) and daughter Dakota (second right) arriving at the Melbourne Supreme Court on December 14th)

Mrs Williams sought the order as executor of George's estate (pictured: Roberta Williams (middle) and daughter Dakota (second right) arriving at the Melbourne Supreme Court on December 14th)

Mrs Williams sought the order as executor of George's estate (pictured: Roberta Williams (middle) and daughter Dakota (second right) arriving at the Melbourne Supreme Court on December 14th)

On Friday, judge Steven Moore rejected the argument, which meant that Saturday's sales could continue.

The property has a minimum price of $ 750,000, which he said would not meet the amount due to the tax authorities.

George Williams was first notified of the debt after he had pleaded guilty to trafficking in November 2007.

The tax office issued revised income tax reviews for 2001-2004, which made George overdue.

The original debt procedure was withdrawn, but new ones were introduced in 2011 and in 2013 he agreed to pledge his Primrose Street, Essendon property to the Commonwealth for $ 576,000 to cover the debt.

With interest, the figure is now worth only one million dollars.

Mrs. Williams sought the injunction as an executor of George's estate.

Her daughter with Carl, Dhakota Williams, was left home in the will of her grandfathers.

Justice Stevens said that Williams' lawyers had argued that the behavior of lawyer X had violated the settlement agreement, but had not provided evidence of its involvement in any of the cases involving the ATO.

The parental home of the murdered drug chief Carl Williams will be auctioned Saturday after his former wife failed in her attempt to block the sale (pictured: Carl Williams leaves the Supreme Court of Melbourne, May 2004)

The parental home of the murdered drug chief Carl Williams will be auctioned Saturday after his former wife failed in her attempt to block the sale (pictured: Carl Williams leaves the Supreme Court of Melbourne, May 2004)

The parental home of the murdered drug chief Carl Williams will be auctioned Saturday after his former wife failed in her attempt to block the sale (pictured: Carl Williams leaves the Supreme Court of Melbourne, May 2004)

ustice Stevens said there were arguments to block the sale, including that it was Dhakota's family home since birth (pictured: Carl Williams congratulated by a friend after obtaining bail in Melbourne Magistrate's Court, December 2003)

ustice Stevens said there were arguments to block the sale, including that it was Dhakota's family home since birth (pictured: Carl Williams congratulated by a friend after obtaining bail in Melbourne Magistrate's Court, December 2003)

ustice Stevens said there were arguments to block the sale, including that it was Dhakota's family home since birth (pictured: Carl Williams congratulated by a friend after obtaining bail in Melbourne Magistrate's Court, December 2003)

He said that if the evidence existed that the court had expected it to be presented.

Justice Stevens said there were arguments to block the sale, including that it was Dhakota's family home since birth.

She was deported by the ATO in September and it was revealed that she and Mrs. Williams have been surfing the couch since then.

But he decided that it was not appropriate to suspend sales until after a royal commission in lawyer X's negotiations – which would start next year – because it would take at least 12 months for a finding to be made.

By then, the debt would probably increase the value of the property than it does now.

He also said that if attorney X would have had unlawful settlement transactions, Williams Williams would be able to claim compensation that would reduce financial loss.

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