LISA for a person joining a Co-op


I'm wanting to start a LISA account with the aim of getting 25% extra back from the government in a few years time when I'm ready to buy for the first time. 

However, my situation is a little different from the norm, and my fear is that if I don't check properly that my situation is covered, then I will lose out and also have to pay 25% of what I've put in (see blogpost 'What is a Lifetime ISA' , tip #5), actually losing me quite a substantial amount of money.

My plan is to buy into either a property, or piece of land that can be built on with several of my friends. I see that partners are both allowed to pay into separate LISAs and use them both when buying together. But is the same true with a greater number of people buying in together? 



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