They certainly can. The parents can determine where a child lives. It does not relieve them of responsibility for their child.
It is a social responsibility
No, but when the person reaches the age of majority, the parents can legally request they move out of the family home and take responsibility for their own financial support.
A child is the responsibility of the parents and they are directly responsible for child abuse; it has nothing to do with the government.
As the child is a minor, it is the responsibility of the parents.
Yes. The child is underage so what the child does is the responsibility of the parent.
can be family or friends
Family Responsibility Offices enforce child and domestic support orders. Family Responsibility Offices also collect and distribute support payments for families.
Usually a family member or a close family friend will tell a child when a parent (or both parents) die :(
The parents of course. A child's mind is easily molded into what's acceptable and what isn't. It's the parents' responsibility to make sure that they understand what a healthy lifestyle is.
They certainly can. Until they are adults they remain the responsibility of their parents. That includes the parents determining where thay can live. It does not relieve the parents of their responsibility to take care of the child.