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Can a family member buy their fathers house if they have POA for him
My partner and his 2 siblings have POA for their father. It is a full POA covering everything. One of the siblings now wants to buy their fathers property, whilst he still lives there. The other two have said No, however she says she can buy it and then their father can stay there and rent it from her. If that doesn't happen she also has the idea of using her fathers money from any sale of his property to renovate her own property (which she lives in at the moment but it is due to be re-mortgaged) and then have her father live with her. She has been told No from both siblings however she is adamant that she is doing nothing wrong. Can someone advise me accordingly please.
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