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You cannot be charged with trespass on your own property. Unless, I am misunderstanding your post, the Tenant cannot dictate what you can do or not do on your property so long as you are not invading the Tenant's privacy by coming to the property unannounced. Also, the Tenant CANNOT do any work on your property without your permission. So, you need to send notice to the contractors to inform them that the person who is trying to hire them is your Tenant and has not authority to bind you to any contract. Finally, you should send a formal notice to the Tenant that he must not do any work on your property without prior consent. Otherwise, the Tenant would be charged for any damages to your property.