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You don't actually have any rights unless you file something with the court. He also doesn't have any responsibility to provide any information to you or the siblings, absent a court order.
As POA he cannot use any of the money for anything except the use of your parents and he is supposed to maintain records although the court is lenient about the amount of records for a POA.
The best solution at this point is for the siblings to get together and hire a local lawyer and then decide what direction to take through the courts. Usually if something like this is happening the best route is for a sibling to request a guardianship and then use those powers to force the one who has been using the POA to provide records, etc. Then, as guardian, all spending, etc. is subject to the court's supervision from that point on although it is a yearly supervision and not something that happens for every transaction.
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