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Unfortunately, only the land owner you are renting from can help you figure this one out.  I guess it depends on how your prim allotment is being managed.  For example, if this is a hipporent system then it counts prim based on total number of prim a user has in the entire sim.  So yes, if you paid both rental boxes then they will both show you as having prim.  So they double count your allotment.  Usually someone using the system knows that and will not evict a tenant over their prim allotment because it is double counted.

But again, you will need to sort this out with the land owner.

--Cinn

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Unfortunately, only the land owner you are renting from can help you figure this one out.  I guess it depends on how your prim allotment is being managed.  For example, if this is a hipporent system then it counts prim based on total number of prim a user has in the entire sim.  So yes, if you paid both rental boxes then they will both show you as having prim.  So they double count your allotment.  Usually someone using the system knows that and will not evict a tenant over their prim allotment because it is double counted.

But again, you will need to sort this out with the land owner.

--Cinn

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Are you sure you only have 300 total?  Each plot will show just 300; even if you rented both it will not show 600; and if it was combined each plot should show 150 if you look at the object tab in about land tab on each plot.

If it truely is a glitch..and we are having tons of server issues this week, only the owner can fix.  Send both an im and a notecard...check to see if he/she has an email on file or a web site you can contact.

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