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Co ownership rules

Discussion in 'UO Homes and Castles' started by Warrick, Apr 21, 2011.

  1. Warrick

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    If account "A" owns a home then that same account can not be a co owner of a home on account "B". Right?
     
  2. LadyKeroOfAtl

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    They've changed the co-owner rules recently.. but owning a home has no bearing on being able to co-own another home.

    You use to only be able to co-own on one home per account, but you can now co-own on multiple homes per account (and own your own home.)
     
  3. Warrick

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    Excellent. Thank you.
     
  4. Xelious Norwood

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    is there somewhere posted why a co-owner cannot actually put up a vendor itself instead of having to use the owner to place a contract and then offer it to the co-owner. Is this something thats possible?
    I do not know if this has come up before but makes sense to me to have the same rights to do so.