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Hi there, slightly confused. I have three equal plots of land within the same region which all share prims, however, was wondering if there was a way that I could 'unshare' lol. Whereby, each parcel had only it's set amount of prims without sharing. Any help would be great! Thanks in advance :)

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You could make two alts and sell a parcel to each alt. You could then SET each of the plots  to a different land group --  if you wanted for the avatars that would be using that land (or not if that isn't an issue and only one avatar needed to be owner). 

Another way would be to make different groups (two anyway) and DEED  one parcel to one group and another to another group. The third parcel you could leave as is.

You need two avatars minimum in a group and best if they are both "the typist".  They could be the same avatars in each group as long as the groups were different. 

Either way you could then rent out the parcels for example (giving the renter a lesser role in the land group for the parcels). 

Other than renting out I can't think of a great reason you would need to do this but there certainly could be.

I am not the sharpest on complex group land things, but there is a start. Maybe adding why you need to do this might be helpful and get other answers :D. 

 

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Hey Chic, thanks for your reply.

Yes, it is for renting out. It's not a major issue that all the parcels share prims... I was just curious to see if there was a way to segregate them and distribute them 'officially'.

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3 minutes ago, Sherridon said:

Hey Chic, thanks for your reply.

Yes, it is for renting out. It's not a major issue that all the parcels share prims... I was just curious to see if there was a way to segregate them and distribute them 'officially'.

There may be another way, but that's all that comes to mind. Not my specialty --- the land thing. Some rental meters have prim counters built in (or used to anyway).  

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I am still not quite awake :D but I am pretty sure that each of the three parcels MIGHT be able to be set to the SAME group. I did this once but it was long ago but they would need to belong to different owners. 

Sure someone that is very land savvy will answer this better.  BUT dividing up the parcels between alts (who would need to be premium) might get a bit complex and expensive.  

So different groups and SAME owner or different owners with same or different groups.  LOL.   Oh what wicked webs we weave. 

There are some great folks on here that are super smart about land. So they will solve it for you. Good luck. 

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Well currently all parcels are set to the same group. Within the same region, guessing the reason for the prim sharing....

Thank you so much for your help and fast response though! 😀

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What I've seen thus far when rentals do this is they have a prim counter on each parcel that notifies them if one parcel goes over their allowed allotment. Might want to look into that. Renters will know up front about their prim allowance and if they do (accidentally) go over it you will take care of it.

Might not be the ideal solution but beats having to move the land to alts.

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6 hours ago, Sherridon said:

Hi there, slightly confused. I have three equal plots of land within the same region which all share prims, however, was wondering if there was a way that I could 'unshare' lol.

You can create three groups and deed one parcel to each. I know some rental companies do it that way. It may be a bit of an overkill though.

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