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Hi Everyone, I could use some help please.

I have been discussing creating a community cooperative that is based on Permaculture where a group of people (all of whom are unknown as of yet) put money together to buy a couple of hundred acres and live and grow our own food on site, this would be based in Western Australia.

What I would like help with is the contract(s) that other people have put together when they have gone this direction so that no person can take advantage of or be taken advantage of, something that covers everyone and makes people feel secure.

Thank you for your help.

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A lot of the communities I've seen in Australia have strata titles of land surrounded by common land. I'm guessing some sort of legal structure such as a trust or company would be used to purchase the land, so that it's not all in one or two people's names.
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