VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Aug. 09, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Chemistree Technology Inc. (Canadian Securities Exchange: CHM) (US OTCQB: CHMJF) (the “Company” or “Chemistree”) is pleased to announce that the Company has now closed the previously announced transaction to purchase 9.55 acres of bare land located within the Desert Hot Springs, California “Light Industrial Lands Designated for Marijuana Cultivation” area.
Chemistree, through its indirect, wholly-owned California subsidiary CHM Desert LLC, has received final notification that title to the DHS property has been transferred and escrow has now closed on the purchase contract with an arm’s length vendor for the purchase of 9.55 acres of fee simple, vacant land in the City of Desert Hot Springs, Riverside County, California (the “DHS property”). Consideration for the purchase was $1,233,800 USD.
The DHS property can support development plans and a Conditional Use Permit application for a total of three (3) 68,000 sq. ft cultivation and processing buildings on the site totaling approximately 205,000 sq. ft., together with the required ancillary space for parking, firefighting equipment and site security, based on the regulations of the City of Desert Hot Springs.
About Chemistree Technology Inc.
Chemistree Technology Inc. is an investment company dedicated to the U.S. cannabis sector, providing turn key solutions for the U.S. regulated cannabis industry. The Company’s corporate strategy is to acquire and develop vertically integrated U.S. cannabis assets, leveraging management’s decades of expertise in the cannabis industry and corporate finance to own and operate licensed cultivation, processing, distribution and retail facilities throughout the U.S. The Company currently owns assets in Washington State used to operate the Sugarleaf brand, prospective cannabis cultivation lands in California, and has a robust pipeline of assets to grow its base of business across the U.S. For more information, visit www.chemistree.ca.
The Company wishes to inform shareholders that there are significant legal restrictions and regulations that govern the cannabis industry in both Canada and the United States.
Cannabis-related Practices or Activities are Illegal Under U.S. Federal Laws
The concepts of “medical cannabis” and “recreational cannabis” do not exist under U.S. federal law. The Federal Controlled Substances Act classifies “marihuana” as a Schedule I drug. Under U.S. federal law, a Schedule I drug or substance has a high potential for abuse, no accepted medical use in the United States, and a lack of safety for the use of the drug under medical supervision. As such, cannabis related practices or activities, including without limitation, the manufacture, importation, possession, use or distribution of cannabis are illegal under U.S. federal law. Strict compliance with state laws with respect to cannabis will neither absolve the Company of liability under U.S. federal law, nor will it provide a defense to any federal proceeding which may be brought against the Company. Enforcement of U.S. federal laws will be a significant risk to the business of the Company following the completion of the acquisitions, and any such proceedings brought against the Company may adversely affect the Company’s operations and financial performance.
Further information regarding the legal status of cannabis related activities and associated risk factors, including, but not limited to, risk of enforcement actions, risks that third-party service providers, such as banking or financial institutions cease providing services to the Company, and the risk that Company may not be able to distribute profits, if any, from U.S. operations up to the Company, are included in the Form 2A listing statement filed with the CSE.
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