The LETSystem Design Manual
1. Fundamentals of the LETSystem
- 1.1 The Community Economy
- 1.2 Currency and Values
- 1.3 Fundamentals
- 1.4 Definition and Account Holders Agreements
2. Registries and multiLETS
- 2.1 The Registry
- 2.2 multiLETS - within and beyond the Registry
- 2.3 CapitaLETS, LETShare and other familial types
3. Organisation and Operations
4. Legal Issues
- 5.1 Development Strategy
- 5.2 Regional Development Funding
- 5.3 Development Organisation
- 5.4 Regional Development Plan
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- copyright remains with Landsman Community Services Ltd
The concepts of personal money, community or local currency are regarded by Landsman Community Services as in the public domain. The LETSystem is a specific design in this field originated by Landsman in 1983 and Landsman remains the sole authority regarding the operation of LETSystems.
Landsman Community Services Ltd (Canada)
Version 1.3 August 1994
Landsman Community Services Ltd Angus Soutar 1600 Embleton Crescent 1 Bourne End Farm Cottages Courtenay, BC Wootton Canada V9N 6N8 Bedford (604) 338-0213 England MK43 9AP (0234) 768272 Birmingham Co-operative Development Agency 111-119 Bishop Street Birmingham England B5 6JL (021) 622 6973
Written by Michael Linton of Landsman Community Services Ltd. and Angus Soutar of Robert Soutar Ltd.
Compiled 10-01-95 by Andy Blunt and Adrian Steele of LETSgo Manchester
- http://www.gmlets.u-net.com/design/ broken at present (nov. 2016), but history can be browsed at the Web Archive Project.
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