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Tennessee Department of Agriculture passes new hemp rules
In 2015, Tennessee farmers began growing hemp in a pilot program to research the crop’s marketability. The pilot program was well-received. Cultivation licenses continue to skyrocket each year with the Tennessee Department of Agriculture (TDA) approving 79 hemp production licenses in 2017, 226 licenses in 2018 and 2,900 licenses so far in 2019 The increase of applications can likely be attributed to the recent passing of state and federal laws, such as the 2018 Farm Bill that removed hemp from the list of federally controlled substances. In response to the recent legislation and the pilot program’s success, TDA updated its hemp rules to mirror regulation of common crops, beginning on June 3, 2019 The TDA’s changes…
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What to do if Bank Won’t take Foreclosed Property Back?
Here is another question The Bank foreclosed but didn’t take the property and canceled auction on property and started sending me monthly statements. I don’t want the property and told them that, but they told me I can move back in; they stopped paying property taxes and insurance. I was discharged from debt with chapter 7; what should I do? Additional information: The property is vacant and I was wondering what happens next. I didn’t go to court because I wanted bank to take the property sooner rather than later. is it common for the bank to foreclose then change there mind and not pay taxes or insurance or are they still going to sale the property and try to collect money from me too. I maintain the property and pay water bill…