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My grandmother is trying take back all the things she bought me has a gift can she do that
No, she can't. Once a gift is completed by the actual physical delivery of the gift, then legal ownership transfers and the person making the gift gives up any legal rights that they have to take it back.
So once she gave you something, it is yours and she can't take it back.
You just have to convince the judge that whatever she gave you was a gift, not something that she loaned you or something that she bought for you and you had to pay her back for.
If you don't have anything in writing about the gifts then it would boil down to verbal testimony and whose story the judge finds more credible.