California tax department gets three hits when seizing money from pot seller

By Jonathan Capriel (August 22, 2022, 7:37 PM EDT) – A Los Angeles County judge has given the state tax office the green light to enter a cannabis dispensary, which owes more than $718,000, in order to seize money, but the court limited the number of times the agency can visit the business to collect.

Superior Court Judge Jon R. Takasugi on Friday approved a warrant of entry requested by the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration that will allow him to send agents to TopSpot Whittier to collect “cash and cash equivalents.” cash”. But the tax office will only have three opportunities to collect more than $718,204 per…

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