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Subject: Re: Joint power of attorney Date: 02/06/2013 10:52
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You can complain to the OPG about her.

However this may result in the PoA being revoked and no one having charge of her affairs. If she has lost capacity it won't be replaceable and you will need to apply to be Deputies - a long and expensive process

You could try them for advice though - I'm not sure what your legal rights are
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