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Question by 420: I have a caregiver for my medical marijuana & i want 2 change my caregiver, though my caregiver paid for my?
doctors fee & medical marijuana license! I signed a contract saying I wouldn’t change caregivers from a year from that date or I would have to reimburse him 250$ though I have heard of alot of people here in denver who also have also signed there rights away and have not paid there caregiver the money they owe! now can I get in trouble or lose my medical license ?
Do not flag PROTECTED BY COLORADO STATE AMENDMENT 20
Answer by Straight Single White Male, Ohio
This is not a governmental rights matter. This is a CIVIL court matter between you and your caregiver. This does not invalidate your government-sanctioned medical license. Your caregiver “could” sue you in civil court for the 250 or more, but that will cost him hundreds in legal fees, which he will not be motivated to spend, because he knows you are flat broke and incapable of repaying him, even with a settlement!
He can get a judgment against you, allowing him to collect (garnish wages, if you even had a job, lol!), but you’re a pot smoker covered under amendment 20, therefore you are probably also claiming disability for a condition which renders you incapable of working. Suing you in civil court is a lost cause, and he knows it. The 250 dollar agreement is just standard issue boilerplate. He would have to take you to court to enforce it, spending at least 300 or more (plus a lawyer) and even if he did win the case, his chances of collecting from an unemployed deadbeat are hopeless. Am I right? huh, huh? Am I? Am I? lol.
Maybe your friend/cousin/lover grows better weed….Maybe you want the money to go to your sister….Whatever the reason, why not let the guy have his one year? He forked out good cash to pay for your license….Unless he’s being a total jerk to you, why not let him be your provider for the remainder of the year?
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