I would like to know if it would be illegal to obtain the compound THC, there are laws against weed, however THC is just one compound found in marijuana among many others in the plant. If you were to order online pure or extract THC from a different plant would this be legal? Example: LSD is... Read more »
answered on Jan 6, 2020
So West Virginia law is still governed by Federal US law. THC is still illegal, but some states have legalized CBD and most states can't test the difference between CBD and THC and the concentrations. Unless you are in a state that has legalized marijuana, then ordering THC online is still... Read more »
answered on Aug 30, 2019
For something of that scope and depth, you'd be best off contacting attorneys on your own. You could use the Find-a-Lawyer tab above, or conduct your own independent searches. An attorney would probably want to thoroughly review the lease and discuss it with you, while the format here is... Read more »
So he was suppose to collect the bull on a Friday but never came and the bull died on Sunday does he have any fault in the bull not been taken
answered on Nov 2, 2017
It does not appear that the "bull collector" did anything cause the bull to die, so I do not see how he could be responsible for any damages for the bull's death.
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