Thursday, May 4, 2017

Attorney Warshaw spoke at the Real Estate Bar Association Spring Conference. In a panel entitled: "Gettin' High with a Little Help From Your...Landlord?...Trustee?", George and two other panelists discussed how the new marijuana laws poses challenges to landlords, condo owners, condo associations, and property owners, especially because there has yet to be any significant case law. They reviewed what is permissible, impermissible and uncertain under the new laws, including conflicts between state and federal substance control criminal laws and enforcement directives as well as the extent to which a landlord, unit owner or condo association may prohibit smoking, or the use or cultivation of marijuana in a dwelling.

If you have any question regarding the new Marijuana Laws and how they may affect you as a landlord, tenant, unit owner, or condo association - don't hesitate to reach out to us!

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