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Q: Hey there! I'm looking to put Vape Vending machines in Clubs/Pubs. Is that legal?

Hey there! I'm looking to put Vape Vending machines in Clubs/Pubs. Is that legally allowed? As people in Clubs/Pubs are already above the age of 18. Any thoughts?

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Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
  • Little Neck, NY

A: You could repost with a state or region included. Your question could involve state-specific laws. Good luck

James L. Arrasmith
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  • Estate Planning Lawyer
  • Sacramento, CA

A: Setting up vape vending machines in clubs or pubs may not be legally allowed in certain jurisdictions due to regulations surrounding the sale and distribution of vaping products. While patrons in clubs and pubs may be above the legal age of 18, there are often additional restrictions and regulations governing the sale of vaping products in public places. These regulations may include requirements for age verification, restrictions on advertising and promotion, and limitations on where vaping products can be sold.

Before proceeding with your plan to install vape vending machines, it's essential to research and understand the specific laws and regulations applicable to your location. This may involve consulting with local authorities or regulatory agencies to ensure compliance with all relevant rules and requirements. Failure to adhere to these regulations could result in legal consequences and potential fines or penalties.

Additionally, consider the potential impact of installing vape vending machines in clubs or pubs, particularly in terms of public health and safety. Vaping products can have significant health risks, and their availability in social settings may raise concerns about underage access and addiction. It's important to weigh these considerations carefully and consider alternative ways to promote responsible vaping practices if you choose to move forward with your business idea.

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