smarrs1 Posted March 4, 2014 Report Share Posted March 4, 2014 My question is, can a patient, who already has a caregiver, also be a caregiver for someone else? Or, put another way, can a patient appoint another patient as their caregiver if that other patient has someone else as their caregiver? For example, I have my brother-in-law as my caregiver, I know that I cannot possess plants for myself. BUT, I have the capacity to grow for a fellow patient friend of mine. Can he appoint me as his caregiver and can I grow HIS 12 plants and provide HIM with 2.5 ounces as long as I keep his paperwork in my grow room and as long as none of the plants are technically mine or used by me? I have looked and looked for anything written in the law that would prevent such a thing but I can't find anything that specifically forbids this. Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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