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I found this answer to be almost perfect for your question. I have copied it below for easy reference. Pretty much, it says you CAN invest in people, but there are certain rules that still have to be followed. Additionally, there is nothing binding them to you or vice versa. Unless you specify everything in your own set of house rules, it's a risky way to ...


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Three related posts that all have decent notations of official rules: Regarding when trading and such can occur Regarding the order of actions in a turn Regarding the giving or loaning of money to another player I focused on the following sections from each post. From Link 1 Selling Property: This may only be done at any time other than after a ...


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If player two lands on Boardwalk (which is currently) occupied, he has two choices: Buy the property. He needs to have money to buy it. Decline. The property is put up for auction. All players can bid and the property is sold to the highest bidder. In your option, player one pays player two before player two purchases Boardwalk and gives it to player one....



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