Dozens of families of aged residents at a collapsed respite home in Melbourne’s south-east have lost thousands of dollars in fees.
The ABC reported on Friday that the families of residents of the Mentone Gardens home had been told their money would not be recovered.
Mentone Gardens went into administration in June with debts of more than $4 million.
According to the ABC, the administrator has referred the case to the corporate regulator.
The ABC has spoken to families who have paid deposits to Mentone Gardens of up to $400,000.
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