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First, in order for them to hold interrogatories deemed admitted, they have to prove you were actually served with them and failed to answer. If they cannot prove you were served, which they cannot do, then this is grounds to have the court grant an extension of time for you to answer and not hold them as admissions against you. It is up to you to produce good cause reason for not answering them in 15 days.
Furthermore, he could not work as her agent and he could not sign on her behalf without a specific power of attorney stating he could transact real estate on her behalf.
If plaintiff proves their case it could be financial abuse against the elderly. The issue is he is playing games about who owns the property. The deed is proof of who owned the property and that is what you need to get from the parish recorder of property records and he can claim anything he wants, but what is in the property records is who the legal owner is as considered by the court.
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