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I hate to have to tell you this, but if they have an ingress/egress easement over your property, then they have the legal right to unimpeded access over the area covered by the easement. The means that you as the "servient estate" owner can't have anything on that area that interferes with the free access of the "dominant estate" owner across that land.
Even something as simple as a gate is considered a violation of their access rights if they don't voluntarily agree to allow it to be on the property covered by the easement.
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