Hi I hope your collective experience and knowledge can help! We have a SMSF that owns farmland, approx 40 hectares. It has plantation trees on it as a business but we bought it with nothing else - i.e. no sheds/buildings etc. Over the years, members of our immediate family have slowly set themselves up on it. Initially they would visit the 'farm' to ensure everything was ok when we weren't in town. However they started to park their caravan on it. Then came a shed. A new tractor housed in the shed. And now another shed setup with a small kitchen, storage etc. They also often leave their caravan there with the sheds for months at a time. It is a small section of the overall land but in the prime area of the whole block. They always wanted to be weekend farmers, and are using our land as their dream. They have never paid or contributed a cent. Obviously we are concerned with these developments and aren't in a position to directly ask them to leave (off our land !!!!) as it would cause no end of family drama... I am also sure that this directly contravenes SMSF fund laws and this concerns me the most. I am looking for help to see if anyone has had a similar situation, or what part of the superannuation law we could use to 'get them off', or any advice anyone might have. Ultimately we'd like them off, I just can't find the legal precedence or SMSF rule that we can use to make this happen. Really appreciate any advice. Many thanks!