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As a general rule, you owe no duty of care to trespassers. So, as long as they do not have your permission to cross your property, you almost have to do something intentional (like set traps) to be liable to them for injuries they sustain on your property if they have no permission to be there.
You should send them a cease and desist letter demanding they not access your property without your express permission to clarify that they are trespassers and document that fact.
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