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What is a $L paid to a group for "Group Liability"?


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There is a group role setting that makes group members responsible for group liabilities.  The most common of these is when a group owns land and has selected the Show Place in Search option for 30L per week.  That expense is assessed on Tuesday mornings (which is probably why you are asking about it now) and is spread equally amoung all members with that role setting.  Most people don't see it because its usually just 1 or 2 linden per week

Bottom line, if you see a transaction like that, you are in a group where the members pay for liabilities.  Either talk to the group owner about it, because it is a good possibility that they don't even realize the setting is there, or leave the group to avoid the liability

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There is a group role setting that makes group members responsible for group liabilities.  The most common of these is when a group owns land and has selected the Show Place in Search option for 30L per week.  That expense is assessed on Tuesday mornings (which is probably why you are asking about it now) and is spread equally amoung all members with that role setting.  Most people don't see it because its usually just 1 or 2 linden per week

Bottom line, if you see a transaction like that, you are in a group where the members pay for liabilities.  Either talk to the group owner about it, because it is a good possibility that they don't even realize the setting is there, or leave the group to avoid the liability

--Cinn

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