Murder Plot Can't End Calif. Pot Business's Receivership

Law360 (February 25, 2021, 7:46 PM EST) -- A California marijuana business owned by two feuding former business partners will remain in receivership at the request of one of the men, despite the fact that he is facing criminal charges for allegedly soliciting the other partner's murder, a state appellate court said on Wednesday.

Salam Razuki and Ninus Malan were business partners in a medical marijuana dispensary and production facility when their relationship soured, leading Razuki to ask a California judge to put the businesses into receivership. Malan fought the move in court for years — frustrating Razuki to the point that he allegedly hired a hit man to...

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