Frequently Asked Questions
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Yes. Industrial Hemp is federally legal under the Farm Bill, and is legal under Nevada State law NRS. 557.
Yes. You need to submit an application to the Nevada Department of Agriculture, for a Nevada Hemp Cultivator’s License and depending on where you are you will probably need a local business license too.
Yes, but you will need a Nevada Hemp Handler’s License issued by the Nevada Department of Agriculture.
Technically no, but an attorney can help you form your business with the Nevada Secretary of State and work with the local authorities to issue your business license.
Sort of. According to the Nevada Cannabis Compliance Board you need a license issued by the CCB to produce and sell Delta 8 THC.
You will need a Nevada business license, a Nevada cannabis establishment license and licensing / permits from the applicable local jurisdiction.
You must purchase a license from an existing license holder or patiently wait for the State of Nevada to hold an open application period.
No, in order to legally cultivate recreational cannabis in the State of Nevada you must hold the applicable state and local licensing.
No, in order to legally produce cannabis edibles in the State of Nevada you must hold the applicable state and local licensing.
No, cannabis sales facilities in the State of Nevada may only sell cannabis and/or cannabis products which have been cultivated and/or produced within the State of Nevada.
No, you may not travel across state lines with cannabis products. If you do, you may be subject to criminal prosecution at the state or federal level.
- Choose a distinct name for your LLC
- Appoint a registered agent that is physically located in Nevada
- File your Articles of Organization with the Nevada Secretary of State
- Operating Agreement (optional in Nevada)
- Submit the required Annual List.