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Missouri Medical Marijuana Impending Issues -Landlord/Tenant

Today’s topic is Landlord-Tenant law
Can your landlord tell you no medical marijuana use in your rental? Can your landlord tell you that you cannot grow your own plants if you get a cultivation license? Can you tell your landlord to pound sand if he does? Will your landlord having a federally-backed loan on the property really bar your medical marijuana use?

Medical Marijuana is now legal in Missouri. There isn’t any available yet, but if you are planning to sign a lease, have signed a lease, and planning to get your medical card, here is some important information for you to be aware of.

Medical Marijuana Addendum forms are available for purchase on as are lease forms. The Marijuana Addendum package is $25.
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3 thoughts on “Missouri Medical Marijuana Impending Issues -Landlord/Tenant

  1. It seems to me that many landlords may be against allowing cultivation… are there protections in other states that allow tenants to cultivate regardless? If not, if your landlord won’t allow it ( you do say to bring it up rather than just starting a grow if you have a license, but you also imply that it may be hard for the landlord to make you stop if there is nothing in the lease and you’ve already started.

  2. What if your landlord owns the property but not the residence? For instance, what of I own my trailer but its sitting on the landlords property. The contract states and only states "no drugs on the premises". Am I allowed to have in my home since I own it or not because its on his property?

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