Cannabis Real Estate Lawyers
There is so much that goes into building a business, and finding a cannabis real estate lawyer who takes both your needs and industry regulations into consideration is important. For instance, your ability to get a cannabis license can depend on securing an appropriate location. State license applications require this information in order to ensure your future business location complies with state and local cannabis laws.
So, how do you find a location for your cannabis business? There are three main components to planning for your new lease. First, we recommend working with a cannabis real estate attorney who can help you understand the local and state regulations in the area you plan to conduct business. As experts in the industry, our lawyers will outline every important detail and rule, making it easier for you to stay in compliance and focus on big-picture planning.
Next, your cannabis real estate lawyer will work with you to create a list of all critical business needs. Does a real estate location offer a strong enough water or power supply to support your business? Is it compliant with local laws regarding distance from a school or park? Will the community support you? The team at Gleam Law working out of our Washington, Oregon, and California offices is experienced and thorough, and can help you work out future opportunities and potential roadblocks.
Lastly, your cannabis real estate lawyer will review everything and avoid any kind of predatory lease. Unfortunately, the complexities of cannabis real estate law make it easier for landlords and property owners to take advantage of business owners. Our team will make sure your best interests are in mind to set you up for success.
Your location matters. For Gleam Law to be a full-service cannabis law firm, it is essential that we offer legal help for cannabis real estate. Our attorneys can help you find and secure a compliant location for your cannabis business and protect you from predatory situations.
We would love to talk with you about your unique situation and business needs.