SEC. 11-472.  RIGHT TO OCCUPY AND TO USE PROPERTY.
   (A)   As a condition precedent to the city’s issuance of a commercial cannabis business permit pursuant to this article, any person intending to open and to operate a commercial cannabis business shall provide sufficient evidence of the legal right to occupy and to use the proposed location. In the event the proposed location will be leased from the property owner, the applicant shall be required to provide a signed and notarized statement from the owner of the property acknowledging that the property owner has read this article and consents to the operation of the commercial cannabis business on the owner’s property.
   (B)   The lease, sublease or other agreement to occupy the property must be at fair market value and not have any terms or conditions for the permittee to pay the property owner, commercial broker, or any third party a percentage of gross receipts, royalties, equity, or other unreasonable compensation as determined by the city. In addition, all leases, subleases, or other agreements must be based on a monthly rate.
(Ord. No. 2960, 2994)