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Tas woman accused of murder faces court

AAP logoAAP 4/10/2016 Andrew Drummond

A woman accused of murder in the case of a body found in a partially burnt Hobart property will remain in custody after facing a magistrate.

Kylie Jane Hack, 33, on Wednesday did not enter a plea to killing Michelle Meades, 51, whose remains were found concealed in a unit at the suburb of Clarendon Vale on September 22.

Hack will be held in custody until November 1 along with co-accused Gary Matthews, 57, who also faced court on Wednesday.

He is charged with failing to report Ms Meades' killing and being an accessory after the fact of her murder.

A second man, 28-year-old Daniel Andrew Graham, on Tuesday failed in a bid for bail on the same charges and will next face court on October 24.

Firefighters attended the semi-detached property at Clarendon Vale to extinguish a blaze which caused about $150,000 damage.

Ms Meades' body was found two days later in a part of the unit not damaged by fire.

Hack has previously pleaded not guilty to arson over the fire.

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