There will be no household limit on number of legal cannabis plants

The ACT government may be in a rush to enact legislation legalising cannabis in the territory, but many questions remain
The Canberra Times (Australia)
December 10, 2018

Sharehouses in Canberra could be teeming with pot plants when cannabis is legalised next year, with no household limits on the number of plants permissible. The private members bill from Labor backbencher Michael Pettersson removes the possession of cannabis under 50g as an offence and allows individuals to cultivate up to four plants. The plants cannot be grown hydroponically or with artificial light. However because there is no limit on the total number of plants per household, it's led to speculation that houses with multiple residents could have multiple plants each. (See also: Everything you need to know about legalising cannabis in the ACT)