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Can A Cg Provide Cuttings To Their Registered Patient?

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I think that if you have a caregiver who is allowed to possess plants (due to having other patients) and you have retained your right to possess plants then, yes, your caregiver could provide you with cuttings.

 

I also think that the courts would try to say that this isn't legal simply because they don't like the idea of people exchanging plants. Jeesh, these folks really have a stick up their azzes when it comes to cannabis.

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What if the patient doesn't have their plant possession, their CG does. 

Then your breaking the law. period! change plant possesion, not CG then they can give you those cuttings/plants. IMO

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Thanks in advance, sorry if this question has already been covered.

I used to think so. not sure now if the Act makes provisions to transfer plants, along with usable marijuana to a patient.

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Thanks in advance, sorry if this question has already been covered.

not if you have your pt's grow rights!  if you were your pt's c.g and didnt have his grow rights and the pt had the grow rights, you could provide clones or anything else mm related as long as your connected thru the registry!

 

Peace

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can someone show me where in the law we are told we can transfer living plants to any other person?

Can I drive in a car with someone else with a plant inside ? what if this was my patient, who kept his plant count rights.....

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can someone show me where in th elaw we are told we can transfer living plants to any other person?

Can I  drive in a car with someone else with a plant inside ?   what if this was my patient, who kept his plant count rights.....

only the person with plant rights can be in the car when you are moving them to another/new room!  and yes you can transport live plants in a vehicle, I would just try not to let them be seen or break any driving laws lol!

 

later

 

if your pt has the plant rights, dont go in the car with pt, only the person with plant rights!

 

Peace

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then tell me how legally one person can be transferring anything but flowers and leaves usable marijuana to another person, even if both have plant rights, and even in each others registry?  great thread. legally, not gray area like, but are we expressly allowed to transfer plants to anyone for any reason ?

 

anyone with a law quote allowing this?

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if your pt has the plant rights, dont go in the car with pt, only the person with plant rights!

 

Peace

if both people have plant rights, and are in each others registry, why do you say they cannot be together  with the plant, but wait, they will have to be together for the legal transfer right?? either legal or not to transfer plants ?

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then tell me how legally one person can be transferring anything but flowers and leaves usable marijuana to another person, even if both have plant rights, and even in each others registry?  great thread. legally, not gray area like, but are we expressly allowed to transfer plants to anyone for any reason ?

 

anyone with a law quote allowing this?

I know right?

How can dispensaries and other vendors legally transfer hits at the CannaCup or hash bash?

 

It must be a trade secret.

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I used to think so. not sure now if the Act makes provisions to transfer plants, along with usable marijuana to a patient.

My observation is that cardholders doing things the Act, or tag-along afterward bass turd law, doesn't address (disps, acquisition of clones, concentrates, plants outdoors without the blessing of a top, flashing the public with your plants, transporting embers in your mouth) have a rough time in court; if not in district, in higher courts.  And if not there, in Oakland County. So do you feel lucky today?  Prolly u won't after court.

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if both people have plant rights, and are in each others registry, why do you say they cannot be together  with the plant, but wait, they will have to be together for the legal transfer right?? either legal or not to transfer plants ?

I have no clue!

 

all I know is people move, or they decide to move their grow room to a place that their wife and kids dont live, and you can transport your live plants in your vehicle,

 

on that note, I would not want to be the one to test what im saying lol!

 

Peace

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as for transferring plants... yes i think its legal if you are connected cg>pt transfer.

 

because sec4 permits transfer of marihuana (to a connected patient).

 

and because definition of marihuana is any part of the plant growing or not.

 

this is all assuming that you (cg) have right to possess plant and also the patient you are connected with also have rights to possess plants. and also that both are within your weight and plant count limits.

 

remember only 1 person can be in the car if you are transporting plants.

remember any transfers have to be for the patients' medical use only.

 

keep the car doors locked, make sure turn signals and brake lights work, check license plate for obstructions, no cracks in windshield or windows, keep the windows rolled up, dont speed or violate traffic rules.

 

i am not a lawyer this is just my personal opinion. i have not seen this come up in court yet.

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if both people have plant rights, and are in each others registry, why do you say they cannot be together  with the plant, but wait, they will have to be together for the legal transfer right?? either legal or not to transfer plants ?

because being in a car has additional restrictions. is why i'd suggest just one person in car at a time. do transfer in building behind locked doors...

 

(2) An individual is not inside the vehicle unless he or she is either the registered qualifying patient to whom the living marihuana plants belong or the individual designated through the departmental registration process as the primary caregiver for the registered qualifying patient.

 

that "either" means either you are the patient or you are the cg. only one person in the car.

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