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Has she formally notified him not to contact her any more about the property issue since she had the survey performed?
What is he doing to contact her about it?
Has he actually filed anything in court?
Ok, she needs to document her demands for him to stop contacting her so she has proof of doing so. So I would suggest a text, email, or certified letter sent to him stating that she is requesting that he cease all contact with her and stay off her property or she will file both a criminal complaint for harassment as well as seek a restraining order against him.
Once she puts him in official notice that he is not to contact her, and has proof of doing so, then if he does again, she can call the police and seek to have him charged criminally with harassment and trespassing if he enters her property. Then she can file for a restraining order against him and if he contacts her again in any way, he will be charged criminally for violating a restraining order and will face jail time for his actions.
So she needs to be firm and document he demand for him to stay off her property and not contact her again and then follow up by calling the police if she does so again.