I see. Thank you for clarifying the situation.
An interest in real property
must normally be in writing based on the statute of frauds and since they have no such writing, a court would typically find that they are trespassing on your property and require them to remove themselves and any of their personal property from your land.
What you typically need to do under these circumstances is to file a petition in the local court seeking an injunction against the intruders, prohibiting them from entering your property. You can also seek an award of damages
against them if they have damaged your property in some manner.
A demand letter from a local attorney may be enough to resolve the matter if they wish to avoid a lawsuit. If not, then a lawsuit would typically be necessary, seeking a court order preventing them from entering on or using your property.
Here is a link which provides a sample complaint, but it would be best to retain a local real estate
law attorney to represent you in this matter:
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