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To phrase this in a more legalese way, the question can be: "Can a dominant estate invite guests to use the easement?"
The answer is generally speaking yes, provided that:
-The easement instrument (document) itself does not disallow guests; and
-the activity in which the person engages in is normally engaged in groups of people and this is to be expected for such an easement.
Assuming above is true, then the presumption is that yes, they can. However, if they are making noise, the other party (servient estate) can go to Court to ask the Judge to override this presumption and ban guests if they are creating a nuisance, damaging land, or otherwise are abusing the easement in some way.
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