There is nothing more irritating than an aspiring young entrepreneur being slapped with a fine for trying to sell lemonade on a hot summer day.

It may sound ridiculous, but it actually happens. While some states have passed legislation that exempts children from having to acquire a business permit or food vending license before selling lemonade, other states are still catching up.

So, as a means of supporting the nation’s child-run lemonade stand business, this beverage brand is offering to cover all the legal costs.

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Country Time is launching their company’s “Legal-Ade” division: a crack team that is dedicated to helping kids sell lemonade. If a child is issued a fine for selling lemonade, Legal-Ade is offering to cover up to $300 of the cost.

The same applies for any youngster who is required to pay application fees for a business permit.

So if you’ve ever been shut down for trying to sell sweet treats on a hot summer day, you can apply for compensation on the Legal-Ade website (with the help of an adult, of course.)

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