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Yes. With a power of attorney you can sell the property IF that power of attorney document specifies that you have the right to transfer real property. It is a very specific requirement. If that's in there, you are good to go.
If it's not in there, the only way you can sell the property would be to go to court and get legal guardianship of her, and then you would be able to sell the property.
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According to just the two pages, without reading the entire document, it appears to me that this trust is only regarding personal property. I do not see "real property" stated anywhere. In that case, you do not have the legal authority to sell any real property.
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