Comment from Char
Time July 28, 2011 at 4:39 am
Weirder yet: you can grow softdrugs and sell them but you are not allowed to buy them. But I don’t understand what taxes have to do with this particular law.
Comment from pete
Time September 6, 2011 at 10:31 pm
it’s legal to buy in small quantities, actually, but not in the amount a shop would have. and they’re not allowed to have enough plants for anything remotely lucrative if they’re selling, say, marijuana.
said shops (coffee shops) have to pay taxes, like any other business, i guess that’s where the taxes bit comes in.
Comment from Danielle
Time January 1, 2012 at 12:43 pm
If im correct ur only alowed to have 5 weedplants for personal use ur alowed to buy it, to smoke it but not allowed to carry it arround with you because you still can be charged for having drugs in your possesion on you in public. you also are not alowed to smoke it everywhere just like with normal smoking. Not everyone is alowed to sell the softdrugs you do need special permitts.
Comment from danny
Time August 24, 2012 at 2:12 pm
There is not a single law that allows the possession or production of weed or any other kind of soft drugs. However, they do not process you for owning less that 5 plant per household, or holding less than 5 grams on you on person. The sale of weed is not allowed either but they will not prosecute a coffee shop owner if he or she can get the paperwork. The coffee shops however, are not allowed to have more than 5 plants themselves and their is not a single legal weed field (not counting the medical weed) where they are able to buy 50 grams each time (which is the limit for a coffee shop to have at anytime but is usually ignored because the sale can go over 100 grams a day easily). Last but not least, smoking isn’t allowed anywhere either but in private nobody cares and in public it is often ignored unless you are a minor, in which case they usually stick to a simple call home. To sum it up.. there is not law that allows soft drugs, there is just nobody that cares enough if you behave decently
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