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The following articles (http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Help:Deeding_land_to_groups) from the wiki show in detail how this works:

Please also see this article: "How does group-owned land work?": http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/How_does_group-owned_land_work%3F

Deeding land to groups

Join or Create a Group

If you haven't already, you need to join the group you want to deed  land to, or create a group.  Note:  You will need 2 people to create a  group.

Set Land Contribution

  1. Select Edit/Groups from the menubar.  A list of the groups you  belong to appears.
  2. Highlight the group you want to donate to click the Info  button. The Group Information box opens.
  3. Click the Land tab.
  4. In the Your Contribution box, enter the amount you want to  donate and click the Set Contribution button.
  5. Click Ok.

Deed Land to Group

  1. Go to the land and right-click it.  Select About Land from the  pie menu.
  2. Click on the General tab.
  3. Click the Set button next to the Group name. A list of groups  will appear.
  4. Select the group you want and click Set.
  5. Check the Allow Deed to Group box and click the Deed button.

Note:  Owner Makes Contribution With Deed combines these steps if you  want a shortcut.  This assumes you wish to deed and contribute equal  amounts.

If you get an error that your group does not have enough land  credits, first check that you selected the correct group and you  allocated enough land in the first step above.

Known Issues

If you have a parcel that used to be owned just by one owner and is  now to be group land, there is sometimes an issue with being able to  allocate land to a group as the system is seeing the owner as trying to  own double the land as opposed to trying to change his or her  allocation.  In this case please email support@lindenlab.com for  assistance.

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The following articles (http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Help:Deeding_land_to_groups) from the wiki show in detail how this works:

Please also see this article: "How does group-owned land work?": http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/How_does_group-owned_land_work%3F

Deeding land to groups

Join or Create a Group

If you haven't already, you need to join the group you want to deed  land to, or create a group.  Note:  You will need 2 people to create a  group.

Set Land Contribution

  1. Select Edit/Groups from the menubar.  A list of the groups you  belong to appears.
  2. Highlight the group you want to donate to click the Info  button. The Group Information box opens.
  3. Click the Land tab.
  4. In the Your Contribution box, enter the amount you want to  donate and click the Set Contribution button.
  5. Click Ok.

Deed Land to Group

  1. Go to the land and right-click it.  Select About Land from the  pie menu.
  2. Click on the General tab.
  3. Click the Set button next to the Group name. A list of groups  will appear.
  4. Select the group you want and click Set.
  5. Check the Allow Deed to Group box and click the Deed button.

Note:  Owner Makes Contribution With Deed combines these steps if you  want a shortcut.  This assumes you wish to deed and contribute equal  amounts.

If you get an error that your group does not have enough land  credits, first check that you selected the correct group and you  allocated enough land in the first step above.

Known Issues

If you have a parcel that used to be owned just by one owner and is  now to be group land, there is sometimes an issue with being able to  allocate land to a group as the system is seeing the owner as trying to  own double the land as opposed to trying to change his or her  allocation.  In this case please email support@lindenlab.com for  assistance.

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Baby.Enzo wrote:

 

Hello,i have 1024sq.m. land and my best friend has the same 1024 sq.m and we are neighbour,so wanna know how we can join them,we want to be both the owner for that land.

Thanks.

Sometimes (not always, of course) who is yor friend today is your enemy tomorrow .

Are you sure is a good idea be owners your friend and you?

You can give all abilitiies to your friend for your land (by set land - not deed - to a group), and viceversa, without the possible risk of two owners of the land.

Just my opinión.

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She's my sister in rl:)that's the reason that i want to be both owner:)

and i create a group for me and her ,so we can make in that group?

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