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New Zealand government unveils marijuana legalization bill ahead of 2020 referendum

…a person has a qualifying legal interest in respect of a property or part of a property if they have a legal interest (whether as an owner, a lessee, a person with a licence to occupy, or other-wise) that includes a right to grow plants (not excluding cannabis plants) on that property for their personal use or enjoyment.

New Zealand Government Unveils Marijuana Legalization Bill Ahead Of 2020 Referendum. Limits on growing cannabis for personal use (1) Subject to subsection (2) and the requirements in section 16, a person aged 20 years or older may grow not more than 2 cannabis plants on a property or that part of a property in respect of which they have a qualifying legal interest. (2) Despite subsection (1), if 2 or more persons aged 20 years or older are part of the same household, the maximum number of cannabis plants that those persons may grow on a property or that part of a property in respect of which 1 or more of those persons has a qualifying legal interest is 4 (in aggregate).

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New Zealand government unveils marijuana legalization bill ahead of 2020 referendum
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