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Old 06-01-2019, 07:21 PM #1
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Hello,

I live in Massachusetts and have my medical card. My landlord who is also a real estate agent has decided to put the house on the market.

He is OK with my medical grow and has no issue with me staying. However he did ask to have access to the attic grow room during showings and open house.

My question is what are my legal medical rights in this situation.

I have photos of the attic (empty) I can give him to show buyers. And put on display during open house.

Shouldn’t that suffice?

I do not feel comfortable with people having access to my medical grow. And it seems like Mass medical law states that no one can access the room and it must stay locked

Freaking out but feel like I shouldn’t be since it’s 2019 and I have my medical marijuana card.

Anybody experience this before? Advice will be greatly appreciated.
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Old 06-01-2019, 11:09 PM #2
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If i were in your shoes, i would call the Mass dept of medical mj, and ask to speak with someone. Ask that question. Be sure to get the name of the person you speak with. Report the response to your landlord.

Also, in many states, the owner/landlord is required to give 24 hours notice to the tenant before entering the property. I would ask your landlord to respect this law, and provide notice before showing the property. That way, you could at least be home for the showing.
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i have a friend going through this right now but his landlord has made him remove his garden. the landlord gave him enough notice to time the harvest with the sale of the house. maybe you can ask if he could not show the attic until you have moved already. did he promise to sell to someone who is interested in continuing your lease? you might want to ask about the laws about permission to grow on his property because even though people might not have the right to enter, he may have the right to shut it down.
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I’d let em in.
It’s fine. If ur landlord has okayed it just give him a key n make sure the lights are off
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It's fine...

Have the realtor and prospective buyers take a shower and put on the tyvek suits naked like you do. Nobody goes in without taking care of bugs first.

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Well for one thing you're legal so that's a major relief.

I think prospective buyers have a right to view the entire property as part as full disclosure,etc.

Maybe tell them all a bullshit story:

Ask them if they are legal to be around Cannabis. If they say no. Then tell
them it's probably illegal for them to be in the presence of your plants.
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