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Yes, she can do a legal eviction ONLY if that's what your mother wants.
A Power of Attorney, an Attorney-in-fact has very broad powers unless limited by the person who appointed the Attorney-in-fact. The Attorney-in-fact steps in the shoes of the person who appointed her and acts on behalf of that person. However, this does not mean that the person, the principal who appointed the Attorney-in-fact can no longer act for herself IF SHE IS STILL COMPETENT TO DO SO. So, if your mother is competent and wants your nephew to stay, but your aunt wants him out, your mother's decision will supersede your aunt's decision—your mother's wishes control. Your aunt cannot ignore your mother's wishes.