Membership Agreement

PLANT LOVE INC, a Mutual Benefit Corporation

Plant Love Inc is a non‐profit medical cannabis patients’ collective (the “Collective”) organized to provide members with organic, safe and affordable access to quality medical cannabis products and information by dedicated professionals. The Collective operates in strict compliance with the Compassionate Use Act and Medical Marijuana Program Act, California Health & Safety Code Sections 11362.5, et seq. The Collective Consists of members who seek to associate within the State of California in order collectively or cooperatively to cultivate cannabis for medical purposes and, as such, are protected from criminal prosecution for, among other things, cannabis possession (California Health & Safety Code 11358), possession for sale (California Health & Safety Code Section 11359) and transportation or sale (California Health & Safety Code Section 11360), pursuant to California Health & Safety Code 11362.775. By signing this agreement, you agree to the following terms and conditions and represent that all of the following statements are true:

I. Purpose; Terms of Use

a. It is important that you read this agreement because it sets forth the rights, terms, and conditions of membership in the Collective, a medical cannabis dispensing collective operating pursuant to the laws of the state of California. Your signature on this agreement confirms your membership status within the collective.

b. Membership in the Collective is granted on an individual basis and is subject to the terms and conditions of this agreement.

c. Membership entitles qualified patients access to the Collective’s products and use of its services during operating hours, subject to restrictions that may be amended at the Collective’s discretion.

d. By joining the membership, you are becoming a General Member as defined in the bylaws of the Collective. General Members shall have limited voting rights and are authorized only to vote upon any matter for which voting rights of members are expressly provided for in the bylaws or as required by applicable law. The Collective’s By‐Laws are available to any General Member upon request.

II. Eligibility for Membership

To be eligible for membership with the Collective, the member must:

a. Be a qualified patient as defined by CA Health and Safety Code § 11362.5 et seq. (copies of pertinent code sections can be provided upon request);

b. Possess a valid and verifiable physician’s recommendation for medical cannabis;

c. Possess valid, government‐issued identification verifying patient is at least 21 years of age at the time of
application; and,

d. Possess proof of California residency.

III. Disclosures

a. The Collective exists pursuant to CA Health & Safety Code § 11362.775 in order to facilitate the collaborative efforts of patient and caregiver members in cultivating and distributing medical cannabis. The Collective does not give or purchase cannabis from or sell to or give away to non‐members.

b. The Collective operates as a California non‐profit mutual‐benefit corporation, and the Collective delegates authority for operation and management of the Collective to the corporation’s duly appointed or elected Board of Directors. A copy of the Collective’s Bylaws will be provided to any member for review, upon request.

c. The Collective’s operations are not‐for‐profit. In accordance with applicable state and local laws, the Collective only receive compensation for the reasonable costs of operating the Collective’s, including compensation for services provided to qualified patients to enable that patient to transport cannabis pursuant to CA Health & Safety Code § 11362.7 et seq., or for payment of reasonable out‐of‐pocket expenses incurred in providing those services, or both. Reasonable out‐of‐pocket expenses may include expenses for patient services, rent or mortgage, utilities, employee costs, furniture, maintenance and reserves. The sale of medical cannabis to cover anything other than reasonable compensation and out‐of‐pocket expenses is explicitly prohibited.

d. All medical cannabis distributed by the Collective is manufactured and processed in the State of California and has not left the state before arriving for distribution among the Collective’s members.

e. All activities related to the cultivation of medical cannabis conducted by the Collective comply with applicable California laws. The Collective operates in compliance with CA Health & Safety Code § 11362.7 et seq., and the CA Attorney General Guidelines.

f. All medical cannabis distributed by the Collective has been cultivated by the Collective or by its members.

g. All forms of medical cannabis derived products distributed by the Collective have been manufactured by the Collective or by its members.

h. Charitable Giving Policy: In compliance with state and local law, the Collective operates in a not‐for‐profit manner and collects reimbursements from members for reasonable expenses associated with cultivating and distributing medical cannabis to the Collective’s patient members. Further, the Collective is committed to helping our members and the community by providing subsidized services and other charitable contributions to those members for whom the Collective deems to be in need of those services. The Collective reserves the right to levy a surcharge on transactions between members and the collective to fund these charitable activities. By signing this contract, you acknowledge and consent to contribute to these efforts. You acknowledge that the Collective is not a tax‐exempt organization under applicable state or federal revenue codes, and that my contributions to the Collective are not tax‐deductible.

i. Proposition 65 Notice: In 2009, the CA Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment added marijuana smoke to its list of chemicals known to cause cancer. Chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, or birth defects or other reproductive harm may be present in products. By signing below, you acknowledge receipt of this notice.

IV. Membership Standards of Behavior and Responsibilities; Use and Verification of Personal Health Information

a. By signing this membership contract you acknowledge and agree that the Collective may use or disclose for verification purposes the contents and authenticity of the recommendation for which the facility has been provided by you in the form of a written recommendation and/or approval by a qualified and licensed California physician.

b. By signing this agreement you acknowledge the authenticity of all documents and information you have provided to the Collective and continue to provide to the Collective are true and faithful representations of the truth to the best of your ability under penalty of perjury.

c. By signing this membership contract you agree that the Collective or its Affiliate Collective Associates and/or Associations may disclose your voluntarily‐provided personal health care information, approval and or any paper work provided to Plant Love Inc to the aforementioned approving or recommending physician and/or affiliate collective facilities for the purposes of verifying the authenticity of said approval and/or recommendation.

V. Membership Standards of Behavior and Responsibilities; Termination

Membership Code of Conduct: Each member agrees not to distribute any cannabis to anyone who is not an active member of the Collective, and will only use the medical cannabis obtained from the collective for personal, legitimate, medical needs. Members will not take my personal medical cannabis out of the State of California for any reason. Members further agree that they will not share, sell, barter, trade, give, exchange, deliver or otherwise provide their medical marijuana to any other person who is not a Member of the Collective.

By signing this agreement you acknowledge understanding of the Collective’s Membership Code of Conduct. You further understand that violation of the Code of Conduct may result in immediate termination of membership in the Collective or other disciplinary remedies as appropriate. You acknowledge that the Collective may, at its discretion, amend and update this Code of Conduct. The Collective reserves the right to terminate this agreement with any member at any time.

VI. Informed Consent

You acknowledge that Plant Love Inc makes no claims, of any sort, on behalf of any products, services, or treatment protocols for any condition whatsoever (despite overwhelming scientific evidence that could support such claims). You understand that you should continue to seek professional medical consultation and monitoring while using any cannabis product.

VII. Membership Feedback and Communication

a. The Collective provides important news and information about medical marijuana and about our collective through regular membership emails. To stay updated, members are encouraged to join our email list.

b. The Collective reserves the right to request that members participate in an online survey to assesses membership satisfaction with our products and services, and provide members with an opportunity to give feedback on matters of importance to the collective, including, but not limited to, making recommendations about governance.

VIII. Waiver; Indemnification

a. Member Risk: In consideration of services rendered to you by the Collective, you agree, for yourself and your heirs, executors and assigns, to hold the Collective harmless from any loss, theft, cost, claim, injury, damage or liability (“Damages”) incurred as a result of the use of the products or services provided by the Collective. You have been informed and acknowledge that the Collective makes no claims as to medical results that can be obtained through use of its products and have neither suggested nor will suggest any medical treatment to members. You understand that cannabis remains a prohibited substance under Federal law and accept all risk associated with its possession and consumption.

b. Acknowledgements:
(i) You understand and acknowledge and give permission to the Collective to record transactions and communications via voice and/or video recording for customer service, training, protection of transactions, and/or investigations.

(ii) You understand that your monetary contributions to the Collective, if any, are used to support the continued operation of the Collective and that this transaction in no way constitutes commercial promotion. You declare that you will not deliver any product obtained from the Collective to any other person not authorized by California law to possess them.

IX. Arbitration

All claims and disputes arising under or relating to this Agreement are to be settled by binding arbitration by JAMS in Orange County, California or another location mutually agreeable to the parties. The arbitration shall be conducted on a confidential basis pursuant to the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association. Any decision or award as a result of any such arbitration proceeding shall be in writing and shall provide an explanation for all conclusions of law and fact. Any arbitration shall include a written record of the arbitration hearing. The prevailing party shall be entitled to reasonable costs, expenses and attorney’s fees. An award of arbitration may be confirmed in a court of competent jurisdiction.

X. Amendments

Member acknowledges that Plant Love Inc reserves the right to amend or update this agreement periodically and will provide notice by electronic mail or in person to the member in the event of any change in terms. Any amendment initiated by the member must be signed, and agreed to in writing and approved by a director or manager of the collective.

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