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The power of attorney would usually give his mother to act on his behalf, but if he were to pass away, it becomes null and void.
Your husband may revoke the power of attorney if it is revocable, he should ask for a copy of it to see what it includes.
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That it be revoked. Legal action may also be taken against her, depending on what she has done, which may include lodging a police complaint if she has acted fraudulently.
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Your last question has nothing to do with a power of attorney. Yes, you may enter into a letter/contract with her to that effect.
She cannot interfere with the provisions of a Will, however, she may challenge it in court under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependents) Act 1975 if adequate financial provision has not been made for her.
That would be his property so he is entitled to the money.
It depends on the wording of the power of attorney.
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