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It sounds like you do not fully own your new land for some reason. Try bringing up the "About Land" panel, and seeing who the owner of the land is. Usually, no matter the setting, the land owner shouldn't have a problem rezzing do to permissions (permissions, not server issues). 

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It sounds like you do not fully own your new land for some reason. Try bringing up the "About Land" panel, and seeing who the owner of the land is. Usually, no matter the setting, the land owner shouldn't have a problem rezzing do to permissions (permissions, not server issues). 

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This is an ongoing known bug since the major Server Upgrade push the week of May 8th, 9th & 10th.  At this time there is no known solution or fix. Basically, If you attempt to rez an object near one of your property lines that is adjacent to a neighboring parcel that does not allow object entry, the "pointer beam" destination is mistakenly being calculated to be in the neighboring parcel. Thus the incorrect message(s). In some cases, the object is rezzed then immediately 1) returned to your inventory or 2) disappears into the region temp storage area at (0,0,0)/queue. As a region owner, I'm having to help my tenants by restarting the regions regularly to flush these lost items back into their inventory.

Possible Temp Get-around for Estate Parcel & Mainland Parcel Owners:

Try rezzing closer to another property line then if successful, carefully more the object to it's intended position.

BLight, I'm afraid that you are in more a more difficult position on your 512 sqm parcel since your neighboring parcels will usually be the Linden spacing strips which don't allow object entry.

This issue is part of a huge JIRA post that I've not included as it's incredibly detailed without a lot of specific remedies.

Hang in there!

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