Navigating the law around marijuana businesses

My loving husband and I own several strange buildings in the city. There are lots of strange suppliers that pay rent to have an office in these buildings, one building has a dry cleaning shop, laundromat, and spa, then another building has an accountant and tax repair corporation. The people I was with and I also own a building that is home to a recreational marijuana delivery repair shop, and I purchased the building where the recreational marijuana delivery repair shop is located about 15 years ago before the recession. At that time, they’re certainly were not any suppliers in the area and real estate was super uncostly. I kept the building up to code and I made sure that the area was ready for a man to transfer into the building at any moment! When I spoke to the owner of the recreational marijuana delivery service, I did not know it was going to be an unquestionably fantastic system to rent to the company owner. I truthfully wasn’t sure if I wanted to get involved in recreational weed delivery, and even though it is easily legal in the state, federally the lines are gray. I didn’t want my building to be seized or any funds that I made from the company. I decided to talk to my lawyer, because the owner of the weed delivery repair certainly wanted the space! She was willing to pay for 5 years up front if I would sign a 10-year lease. I didn’t have any offers on the building that were near that fantastic and I thought it would be helpful to get an even-handed opinion from someone with knowledge and knowledge in that certain area of law.

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