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How did the OPG get involved? They only usually get involved if a complaint is reported.
From your narrative there is no case to answer. Your mother was able to make decisions for herself. Even if she wasn't, as long as the various transactions were of a nature that your mother was likely to have done herself then that is generally treated as within the attorney's powers, assuming the actual deed grants the powers. And finally, your mother still has the resources to pay her own way so there can be no complaint about that either. I hope that helps. Please leave a positive rating so that I am credited for my time.
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No, he doesn't have any right to see her papers.