Emma and Rebecca decide to share the costs and let Sam out of the trial. Most ICTs are created when a real estate seller or his broker chooses to convert a property into ICT and market the ICT interests. This type of creation works best when the seller or broker gets an ICT agreement before marketing (as described below) and each buyer has the opportunity to verify and approve the ICT agreement before making a definitive commitment to make a purchase. A potential tenant in the joint buyer should always assess the financial capacity of the other members of the group, even if ICT does not involve common financing. If an ICT contract has already been prepared, the buyer should use an experienced lease in a common lawyer to verify the contract and address and explain the many important issues related to group ownership. . . .