Bamber, 43, said he was "frozen out" of pounds 326,000 while a shareholder.
But relatives told the High Court he was trying to "harass and vilify" them and had sold his shares to pay for other cases.
Mr Justice Pumphrey said any family arrangement could not have survived the "terrible crimes" he was convicted of.
Bamber got life in 1986 for shooting adoptive parents June and Neville, sister Sheila "Bambi" Caffell and her six-year-old twins in Essex.
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Oct 7, 2004|
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