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Legally, your Aunt has a right to move back into the house unless your Mother changes her Will to exclude this provision.
From a practical point of view, if your Aunt does have dementia and is in a Home, I can't see that Social Services would allow her to move back into a residential property.
It appears your Mother is most concerned, so for her peace of mind, I would advise that she sees her Solicitor to make this alteration to her Will. Your Mother won't need to instruct her Solicitor to draft a brand new Will- the Solicitor can prepare a short document called a Codicil, confirming that the relevant clause in the Will is no longer to apply.
I hope this helps you and sets out the legal position.
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