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By going them a power of attorney they can act for you. Make sure that it is restricted to the litigation to evict them and not to deal with the property in any other way.
This way you know that they cannot sell the property or borrow money etc.
I am not sure what the agency agreement says but if they are not given a POA under that agreement then they are correct and they need one from you.
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One the litigation is over you can have t revoked.
Usually you send them a letter revoking the POA. But if it is restricted just to the current litigations it is useless after the litigation is over.
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