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Calif. Landlord Stuck With $6M In Fines For Illegal Pot Shops

The estate of a deceased California landlord is stuck with nearly $6 Million in fines for leasing to illegal medical marijuana dispensaries after a state appellate court ruled the man’s fragrant violations of Los Angeles cannabis ordinances justified a hefty penalty.

A three judge panel found in an unpublished opinion on Wednesday that Daniel Braum was on notice for years that the dispensaries in his building were illegal but failed to evict the tenants, inviting the city’s $2,500 per-day-fine. The panel confirmed a lower courts findings that Braum’s apparent gamble on the law changing before he was fined should not be tolerated.

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Published: April 24, 2020

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