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Canna License Experts, and their team were retained by our company to help us along the way with a retail canna license. Brian Wolf along with Kalpna Mistry and their team of experts were there the entire way through the process. Thanks again to Brian and Kalpna for all you support from our family at YIELD Cannab Co.
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Brian and Kalpna at Cannabis License Experts were very pleasant, informative, and knowledgeable regarding licensing. They helped us fill out all the forms needed and guided us through the entire process. I am sure that without their guidance our application would still be in process, or have been dismissed because of some missing information.
|Total # of Licenses: *not available at the time of this report|
|Basic Demographic Information|
|Resources include the US Census Bureau, City-Data.com, and any additional relevant resources.|
|Total # of Counties||21|
|Total # of Cities/Towns||565 cities, towns, and villages, and 233 special districts|
Yes, the CREAMM Act which legalized adult-use cannabis within New Jersey authorizes municipalities to either opt in or opt out of the cannabis program. Each municipality is in charge of developing its own regulations for local approval and oversight. Municipalities had a deadline of August 21, 2021 to allow or ban cannabis activities.
While municipalities can implement restrictions on cannabis delivery services, they cannot ban the transportation or delivery of cannabis within their jurisdiction.
Not Necessarily, New Jersey is issuing conditional approval licenses which allow businesses a path to final licensure while they are finalizing specific application components such as real estate.
Yes, for some license types they do have limitations. Only 37 Class 1 cultivation licenses will be issued which includes existing medical cultivators. Other license types do not currently have a cap on the number of licenses to be issued.
Yes, currently no operators can have fully vertical licensing except for existing medical operators. Additionally adult-use license holders can hold one cultivation and one manufacturing license or one retail license or one distributor license.