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Thank you for the question, I am sorry to hear about this matter. If the livery belongs to you (or you are leasing it in your name) this is essentially your property. If you do not wish for an individual to be on your property you do not have to permit them. Therefore you can advise her that if she is to trespass on your property then you will call the police to have her removed. The only aspect I would be mindful of is if you have a contractual agreement between the livery and this woman specifically. i.e. just between you and her. Please let me know if that is the case? Otherwise, you do not need to permit her access to your land.
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Yes, but who is the contract signed with, is it specially the woman? If this the case and you terminate the contract, then be advised you are canceling ALL elements of it (including the right to house the horse and receive payments etc.). However if you so wish you can terminate without notice due to the behaviour and you can offer the family (husband / daughter) a new contractual agreement if you wish to continue the relationship through the horse.
I fully understand, You do have the right to offer a new contract to family if you so wish. You should also write to her and explain you have terminated the contact.