The Vermont cannabis license bond is a financial assurance mechanism contemplated under Board Rule 1.4.5(b). The Vermont Cannabis Control Board was created by 7 V.S.A. §843 to, "[...] safely, equitably, and effectively implement and administer the laws enabling adult use and medical use of cannabis in Vermont.” The statute grants the Board broad authority to promulgate rules for the marijuana business. Among the first round of licensing rules is the requirement of financial assurance for the cessation of operations and "clean up" of any remnant materials produced by the licensed cannabis operator.
Pursuant to Board Rule 1.4.5(b), "A license applicant a surety bond or alternative financial assurance to be held in case the cannabis establishment ceases operations. The bond amount is determined by the Board however preliminary guidance has been offered for calculating the Vermont cannabis bond amount, to wit;
Tier 2 manufacturers
Tier 2 Cultivators
Tier 3 Cultivators
Tier 3 Manufacturers
Tier 4 Cultivators
Tier 5 Cultivators
Tier 6 Cultivators
The Vermont Cannabis Control Board is headed by leaders in the agricultural and business sectors. The Board's mission is to build a legal cannabis program with special effort devoted to social equity, consumer protection and implementation as a "harm reduction tool.) The member administrators are eminently approachable, available to legacy cannabis producers that wish to "come into compliance" as well as new cannabis entrepreneurs of all social and economic strata. Contact the Board as follows:
Cannabis Control Board
89 Main Street
Montpelier, VT 05620-7001
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