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I am sorry to hear about your mothers condition. So to be absolutely sure, neither of them is renting from your mother? They do not pay rent and have not got tenancy agreements. They just stay there because until now your mother has allowed this to happen?
Thank you for your time on the phone as explained, you should speak to them again with a view to asking them to leave the property as they only have licences. I would wait until you have the power of attorney (POA) back from the Office of the Public Guardian (OPG). At that point, I recommend you also contact the police on the non-emergency 101 number to ask the police to escort them from the premises. You should also get the locks changed. I trust this assists you in understanding your position however, should you have any supplementary inquiries, do not hesitate to ask and I will look to clarify or expand on my previous response.
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