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I think I filled in a form revoking power of attorney some

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I think I filled in a form revoking power of attorney some time ago .I rang Land and property information and they say the power of attorney is not revoked. I am very concerned because my brother is managing my unit which is leased to a tenant.My security of tenure in my present accommodation was very uncertain and I asked access back to my unit.My brother refused and I came close to being homeless.I sent him a revocation form but Land and Property says he can legally sell my home and manage my property.If I wanted to return do I have to wait for the tenants lease to expire? At present I am happy for the tenant to stay.Also my brother restricted the amount of money I could pay for alternative rental accommodation when I was homeless. I have told the banks and the real estate agent who is managing the property
If I wanted to return do I have to wait for the tenants lease to expire?

Yes, you do. I also recommend you give the land title office a copy of your revocation. As for the real estate agent, I suggest you tell him you will terminate his services if he does not start including you on decisions relating to your property.

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