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I am sorry you are dealing with this situation. Unfortunately, a person who has granted another person power of attorney may still act in their individual capacity without the permission or knowledge of the person who holds power of attorney. The principal's decision governs over the person holding the power. If the situation is such that the principal is mentally incapable of making such a decision and the agent was aware of this, then a transaction could be unwound but would require filing a lawsuit and retaining local counsel in the area in which the transaction occurred.
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