I have a new love -- and it is not a guy or a house or a car. It is an edgy Showtime tv suburban satire,"Weeds", in which Mary Louise Parker plays a widowed soccer mom, Nancy Botwin, in a fictional subdivision of Los Angeles known as Agrestic. Nancy struggles with her husband's sudden death and agonizes how she'll support her family. Not having any job abilities that are discernable, Nancy finds the rewarding income in being the local neighbor pot dealer.
Of course, State laws are in place to help people from being abused by their landlords. This is excellent. What about the landlords? Should they have more rights in the matter?
Ensure the medical marijuana benefits clinics have state and local approvals. In order for any clinic to dispense cannabis they need to hold the right approvals. If they don't, they will probably receive a visit from local law enforcement and have to shut down. In that process, you may find your name brought up. Your name might be on file and it may leave you open to problems. If you are there at the time of the trip, you might need to answer questions of law enforcement. Steer clear of these clinics and stick with the ones.
This wouldn't seem like a big deal because one might imagine that the solution is simple and plain: Evict the renter and find a new renter. This is where it gets interesting: California State laws dictate that in order to evict a tenant, proper protocol has to be followed. It is not, although this still sounds straightforward and very easy. My brother-in-law has been following protocol for three months now.
Don't use chemicals to clean your deck or patio. They will find wash off on your lawn or plants resulting in damage. Any run-off will leach into the soil destroying plants' roots. Use water to wash the patio, and feel free visit the site to pressure wash your deck, but only use water.
So there you go. I don't think there is any question that for me personally this is going to be a tour of a lifetime. I'm the sort of guy who is happy just throwing my sleeping bag out on the floor beside my bike. Restaurants and hotels are not common to my own experience. I hope I can deal with it.