How does an illegitimate delivery service get a hold of licensed cannabis products?
If cannabis product is distributed through a distributor , is the manufacturer , or distributor responsible?
With blatant selling of licensed cannabis products by illegal marijuana deliveries does the track & trace system work and if not , to what degree?
On the other hand , If these identified (no legitimate license number displayed in advertising) illegal delivery services are blatantly selling licensed product , where does the loyalty and respect lie to the licensed brands or distributors that illegal stuck their hands out , for each other to wash (with cash) ?
Are these products from failed batches? Do they come from hidden stashes by the manufacturers? Are they safe to consume?
According to the BCC , multiple violations are possibly at hand.
California Code of Regulations Disciplinary Order Guidelines
Tier 1 Minimum: revocation stayed, 5 to 15-day suspension, a fine (as determined by the “Fine Formula” below), or a combination of a suspension and fine.
Tier 1 discipline is recommended for: violations which are potentially harmful
Prohibited Distribution or Sale of Cannabis Goods Designated “For Medical Use Only” CCR § 5032
Unauthorized Storage of Inventory 1CCR § 5033
Failure to Maintain Records B&P § 26160CCR §§ 5037, 5310, 5426, 5505- 5507, 5739
Unauthorized Use of the Track and Trace System and Failure to Maintain Track and Trace System Requirements CCR §§ 5048-5052
Failure to Account for Inventory, or to Complete Inventory Reconciliation as Required CCR §§ 5051, 5309 and 5423- Inventory Reconciliation as Required Comply 5424
Non-Permitted Use of License B&P § 119(b)-(f)
Failure to Comply with Local Ordinance B&P § 26030(f)
Regulating Commercial Cannabis Activity Failure to Comply with Operating Procedures B&P § 26030(j)
California Code of Regulations Disciplinary Order Guidelines – Tier 2
Minimum: revocation stayed, 15 to 30-day suspension, a fine (as determined by the “Fine Formula” below), or a combination of a suspension and fine.
Tier 2 discipline is recommended for:
Violations with a serious potential for harm
Violations which involve greater risk and disregard of public safety Violations of the following codes are representative of this category:
Exceeding License Privileges for Commercial Cannabis Activity B&P §§ 26050 and 26053
Failure to Comply with Track and Trace Reporting and System Reconciliation Requirements CCR §§ 5049-5051
California Code of Regulations Disciplinary Order Guidelines – Tier 3
Minimum: revocation stayed, 45-day suspension, a fine (as determined by the “Fine Formula” w), or a combination of a suspension and fine.
Tier 3 discipline is recommended for:
Knowing or willfully violating laws or regulations pertaining to commercial cannabis activity
Fraudulent acts relating to the licensee’s commercial cannabis business
Violations of the following codes are representative of this category:
Conducting Commercial Cannabis Activity with Non- Licensees CCR § 5032(a)
Failure to Pay Taxes B&P § 26030(d)
Depending on violations accrued , and revenue produced by violator / licensee , fines can range from $1500 – $600,000 per fine.
Brands in question
Kush Rush Exotics
Terp Preservation Society
West Coast Cure
Fresh Baked Distro
Product of Los Angeles
Dr Zodiaks Moonrocks
Eel River Extracts