California is a dual agency state, which means a violation at a city or county level carries a penalty on the state level as well. Landlords and tenants are both at risk at non-compliance to the new and evolving regulatory requirements.
The California department of Medical Cannabis Regulations, Department of consumer affairs, and the Department of Agriculture will join other agencies such as the Franchise Tax Board, Department of Health and safety, and state water resource control board. These agencies will be enforced by the police, sheriffs, and DEA in the control and movement of commercial cannabis and cannabis infused products.
CANN Comply performs risk assessment on commercial real estate to analyze landlord and tenant compliance with state, county and city regulatory mandates. CANN Comply provides comprehensive evaluation in order to provide property owners and tenants with the most accurate information as it relates to the California Cannabis industry.