Hello, my name is Ope Adegbuyi. As a medical marijuana business attorney in Oklahoma, I am frequently asked about the surety bond requirement for medical marijuana businesses. One common question is who is exempt from this requirement?
If you own a medical marijuana grow business and can prove that you have owned your location for at least five years, you will be exempt from the surety bond requirement. However, it’s important to note that you will still need to submit a document that shows proof of land ownership or building ownership.
Documents That Sufficiently Prove Land Ownership
So what types of documents can be submitted to prove ownership? The following are a few examples:
- Recorded property deed
- Court order conveyance
- Other documents proving land ownership
It’s important to note that these are just a few examples and that other types of documents may also be acceptable. If you have questions about what documents you can submit, it’s best to consult with a knowledgeable attorney.
Contact an Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Business Attorney for Help
If you own a medical marijuana business in Oklahoma and have questions about the surety bond requirement or any other legal issue, I can help. Contact me, a marijuana business law attorney in Tulsa, at oklahomamedicalmarijuana.attorney to schedule a free consultation and discuss your needs.
Don’t let legal issues hold you back from running a successful medical marijuana business. Contact me today to get the help you need.