Thank you. I do understand skyboxes. The issue with this parcel is as follows:
The parcel was rented, rent paid, the renters moved in at ground level with their house, patio, landscaping, ponds, some fish, a few butterflies and static animals for decoration and everything was within their prim allowance. Within weeks, the land owner informed the tenant they had to remove the fish in the ponds and the animated butterflies as they were causing "Collsions" with the tier boxes that were above the parcel. The tenants were concerned about why they were experiencing such an amount of lag, when they checked the scripts that were on their parcel but came to find out that these 800+ tier boxes were overhead.
I went to help my friend and found that there are indeed a platform of tier boxes at around 784m above the parcel area. They would like to know, is this within the TOS of LL rentals? Since having paid rent and expecting their "Home" to be relatively low lag so they could play their card games on the patio... yet finding out not only can they not play their games but need to remove the fish and butterlies as told to them by the Land Owner, they became upset and began searching for information about what they are entitled to when paying rent for the entire parcel.
That is where I began checking myself as I've never come across anything like this. I read the covenant for the parcel, nothing appeared strange, it read like many land parcels I have rented in my past. I've been trying to find a page about the LL TOS and have come across so many pages about "Managing Your Parcel" but none pertaining to the renter and about a land owner putting a platform in with so many tier boxes... All I could say was wow.. WOW!
SO my question remains, is this practice normal for a land owner? IS it fair to the renter? Wanting to put down a home, landscape it and set up a few games to play with friends seems fairly average to me for those who enjoy SL and friends coming over for a game or two... Or is it I am wrong about being the only person/couple that can put objects on and/or near the parcel to cause such lag or this "Collision"..
I thank you for your responses.. all of you! Yet, I am still wondering if this is legal for the land owner to do this to a renter?
Thank you ♥