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Your grandmother can go to the eviction hearing, and show the judge that she revoked the POA. She can also testify that she does not wish to see you evicted, and then you can ask the judge to dismiss the case. Your aunt has no authority to proceed with an eviction after her POA has been revoked. And even if she wants to object to the revocation, the judge should dismiss or stay your case until things get figured out. You should be allowed to stay.
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