Back in April, Cresco Labs Inc. (CSE: CL OTCQX: CRLBF) announced a single of the biggest U.S. cannabis acquisition bargains to date, signing an agreement to acquire CannaRoyalty Corp (CSE: OH OTCQX: ORHOF). 

That $1.1 billion valued deal will see CannaRoyalty, far more usually identified below the DBA name Origin Property, come below the Cresco banner later this year. 

The deal was slightly delayed right after a request for second details from the United States Division of Justice Antitrust Division, which nevertheless wants to approve the acquisition. 

Nowadays Cresco announced each organizations has completed their substantial compliance to that request by submitting their details request replies, which puts the deal back on track to be completed. 

Discussing the acquisition moving towards its final stage, Cresco’s Chief Executive Officer Charlie Bachtell issued this statement: 

Today’s announcement marks the crossing of but one more important hurdle towards the completion of the transaction. We are pleased to announce that each organizations have now submitted their responses and appear forward to closing the transaction following the expiration of the applicable antitrust waiting period.

That 30 day antitrust waiting period is expected by the HSR Act, and unless the Division of Justice objects through that time, the deal will be free of charge to close right after the period’s anticipated finish point on October 17. 

Barring any unexpected challenges, the buyout deal is now anticipated to close in mid-November. 

In other organization acquisition news, Cresco is at present awaiting final approval from the Florida Division of Well being to close the acquire of the VidaCann line of health-related dispensaries. 

VidaCann currently runs 13 separate dispensaries across the state, with new storefronts due to open in Fort Lauderdale and Miami in the close to future. 

Aside from expansion with new organization purchases, Cresco also produced an international move by listing shares on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange back in August. 

Cresco stock has been on a rollercoaster ride for investors more than the final year, with CRLBF existing trading at a price tag of $7.32 as of Tuesday afternoon. That asking price tag is down from $9.45 earlier this month and a higher of $13.21 back in April when most pot stocks in North America took a big hit.