How to Stop Being A Michigan Medical Marijuana Patient

A medical marijuna Patient may withdraw from the Michigan Medical Marihuana Program (MMMP).  A Patient must submit a written statement that he or she wishes to withdraw from the MMMP. The MMMP will request that all cards be returned and the file will be closed. The Patient’s card and all cards associated will be voided. It is the responsibility of the Patient to notify his or her Caregiver, if applicable, that his or her card is no longer valid. It is the Patient’s responsibility to collect all cards associated with his or her Patient card and return them to the Department.

If the Department is notified by the Patient that he or she would like to withdraw from the program, the Department shall notify the primary Caregiver by mail at the address of record informing the Caregiver that his or her card is no longer valid and must be returned to the Department within fourteen (14) calendar days. All cards must be returned to the Department within fourteen (14) calendar days of the date that the Department was notified of withdrawal. If the Patient so chooses he or she may reapply as a new patient at any time. In order to reapply a pPtient must submit the required documentation and application fee.

If you have been charged with a crime related to medical marijuana contact Daniel Ambrose 248-808-3130 or  at www.marijuanlawyermichigan.com

You may also view our other articles on Michigan’s Medical Marijuana Laws here
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