Marijuana Dispensary Eviction
San Diego, CA. Landlords can be criminally liable for allowing a dispensary to operate on their property if they do not start an Eviction. Why? Because any person who conspires to violate a law is guilty of criminal conspiracy. As stated in California Penal Code 182 PC, a criminal conspiracy takes place when one:
1. agrees with one or more other people to commit a crime, and
2. one of them commits an overt act in furtherance of that agreement.
Any member of the conspiracy may commit the overt act…which doesn’t need to be criminal in and of itself. But does need to be performed before the commission of the agreed upon offense. Thus, receiving rents from an illegal marijuana dispensary could be considered a conspiracy. You must evict!
SAN DIEGO PROSECUTIONS FOR DISPENSARIES WHO DID NOT EVICTSAN DIEGO CRIMINAL COMPLAINT
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How Doe You Start An Eviction?
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Documents you will need to Start The Eviction:
Notice to Perform or Quit3DPOQ-Dispesary Violation