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Thanks for your message, I appreciate it is important to you. The claimant will need to prove it was private land and thus they have a legal interest over that land, providing evidence you were tresspassing. If that is the case, then it would be prudent and sensible to pay. If they are unable to prove it was private land you should dispute the claim on the basis it has no merit.
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Hello, you can still be charged with tresspassing even if there are no signs posted. Tresspass just means an unauthorised entry upon someone else's land without permission to do so, so a sign in itself is not a mandatory requirement.
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