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The doctors are correct that she has an entitlement to the information. However, she does not have any power to make any decision whether it be in relation to welfare or financial. If you feel that her interference is malicious or is causing a detriment then you could potentially take legal action to prevent her from doing any of this. However, if she is simply "frustrating" the situation then there is no legal recourse. Additionally, in relation to the OPG investigation, as long as you are correctly fulfilling your fiduciary duties and also making decisions in relation to your mother's welfare then there is not likely to be any issues. The OPG has to investigate where any allegations have been made regardless of the strength of the evidence.
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