Selling or Buying a Medical Marijuana Establishment

Medical marijuana has been legal in Nevada since 2000, but with its legalization came the resulting rules and regulations. In late 2015, the Nevada state senate approved a bill that opened up the ability to transfer the ownership of medical marijuana establishments, but not without various restrictions that can be hard to navigate and understand.

Because the laws surrounding medical marijuana are so complex, it requires a lawyer to help you understand them correctly. If you’re interested in buying or selling a medical marijuana establishment, here is how Connor & Connor PLLC can help you do it legally.

A Wide Range of Laws

The issue that makes medical marijuana establishment laws so complicated is that Nevada provides cities and counties a great deal of authority in setting regulations for their areas. This means that the laws you must follow to transfer ownership or to establish a medical marijuana dispensary can vary widely depending on where you are in the state.

This difference in regulations means that it can be very difficult to fully comprehend how to comply with these extensive guidelines. Unfortunately, buying or selling a medical marijuana establishment isn’t as simple as signing the right paper work, and that’s why you need a qualified law firm to help you work with the complexities of medical marijuana law.

Buying or Selling a Medical Marijuana Establishment with an Experienced Attorney

Connor & Connor PLLC has been able to provide a large number of clients in the past with the aid to understand and comply with the complicated and expansive medical marijuana laws in Nevada. Only after you’ve met all the requirements for transfer will you be able to transfer or acquire ownership of a medical marijuana establishment.

Contact us today to set up an appointment where we can help you start the intricate process of buying or selling a medical marijuana establishment. Also, please don’t forget to visit our website for a brief overview of the various laws that govern the cultivation, buying and selling of medical marijuana.


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