I think this may be an example of poe's law or not.
if this is one small scene, and everyone involved is capable of leaving whenever they want (ie there are places for them to go)... in other words, if this is a role-playing game,
then it could be part of an anarchist mix. but it wouldn't be the anarchist part.
not even remotely, imo.
for starters, there are a huge number of "must"s in your social arrangement. no self-respecting anarchist i know would ever submit to such an arrangement. in fact, what you describe sounds very much like existing society - with a few material "equalizations".
no, i would say any social arrangement that i would consider anarchistic would have be much, much further outside the box of modern, civilized thought. yours is mired in economic and legalistic constraints.
also, for this anarchist, any agreement is inherently transient, contextual, and can be bailed on by any party at any time. the mere scope of your requirements leans towards a constitution of sorts. ie: laws.
edit: much about your scenario sounds more communistic than anarchistic.