The new business

April 7th, 2008

Here’s what you need to know before starting a marijuana business.

What Are the Legal Requirements for a Marijuana Business in Tennessee?

When it comes to owning or operating a marijuana business in Tennessee, you must first have a valid business license and comply with the state laws. Of course, informing yourself about that product you’ll sell is also key, so make sure to read all about cbn.

There are no local ordinances or special laws regulating marijuana businesses in Tennessee. However, the state of Tennessee has specific laws and regulations in place that are designed to keep marijuana out of the hands of underage teens, if charged with illegal possession, you can contact professionals, like the ones at sonnenklar law to get proper representation.

A Marijuana Business License

A marijuana business license is required in Tennessee. All marijuana businesses must be licensed in order to operate within the state.

In order to obtain a business license, you will need to submit a complete application to the state. This application should contain the following information:

Name of the marijuana business

Business address

Citizenship information

Business purpose

Business location

Fees required to obtain a marijuana business license (fees are listed on the state license application and may differ from the one listed above). Business license fees must be paid before the applicant is approved. License fees may be paid for in cash, checks, money orders, or credit/debit cards. Marijuana business license renewal fees may be paid once per calendar year. Additional licenses may be issued when the marijuana business license is renewed. Marijuana Business License Renewal Application (PDF)

Business License Fees (PDF) Marijuana Enforcement Division (MED) Marijuana Enforcement Division (MED) maintains a list of marijuana businesses registered with the state and the names and addresses of those businesses. A marijuana business license must be used by the person(s) who operate the licensed marijuana business for commercial purposes, i.e., to grow, produce, process, transport, sell, give away, or give away marijuana or marijuana products to other marijuana businesses or to those under 21 years of age or to a minor for medical purposes.