Yes Yes they certainly can. You can't be too mature if you would rather let the California courts take over your life and decide what to do with you. How hard can it be with some rules you have to follow around your parent's home! You need to have a different slant on your life and realize that YOU DO NOT OWN THAT HOME YOU LIVE IN, but your parents do! Family is about teamwork and if you can't follow a few rules (the world is just full of them so get use to it) then you won't have much success at holding down a job or even having a strong personal relationship with anyone. Even at 16 you should be doing things like taking out the garbage, mowing the lawn, helping around the house and at least keeping your room clean. Most children do and although they do it begrudgingly they are thankful later because it prepares them for living on their own. You could even hold down a part-time job. Your parents don't give you rules to make your life unhappy. They love you and they care what happens to you. You may think you have all the answers at 16, but trust me, you don't! If you hang out with a wrong crowd, if you do drugs (even smoke marijuana or drink too much) then it's up to the parents to lay the law down. Parents who do this really do love their kids and there are many kids out there that would give anything to have a supportive family. You've got a choice here ... California courts or, living under a few rules in your parents home. If you want to be treated as a mature 16 year old then act like it and prove it to your parents. With maturity comes responsibility and as your parents see you mature they'll give you more freedom. Now how simple is that! * The minor would have to be deemed incorrigible by the court (not by the parents) before he or she would be remanded into state custody. Incorrigible does not mean not doing one's chores, being disrespectful and so forth. In the legal sense it means, truancy, problems with law enforcement, a history of being a runaway, physical violence perpetrated against family members or others, etc.
If they are visiting, call the police. If they are living there, you'll have to follow eviction procedures.
I have the right to refuse to serve you.I refuse to follow your advise.The refuse was thrown into the landfill.
A family doctor can refuse to treat and discharge a patient from their practice for various reasons.
follow the money. What else would you think it was about?
No, they are still considered a minor. They cannot refuse to follow the wishes of their parents or the court.
Because he considers her part of the family.
Soldiers are expected to follow orders, including orders about training.
They can only follow it, they possess no power to enforce.A Different PerspectiveA school can refuse to release a child to the non-custodial parent. It can refuse to discuss the child with that parent and can refuse entry onto school grounds.
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If it is not your family doctor, then yes. Most of the time it depends on what is wrong with you. For instance if you go to the hospital with a broken bone, they can't refuse to treat you. They have to treat you because it's a relative emergency. If you go to a doctor who isn't your family doctor because you have a cold, then they could possibly refuse to treat you.
Since this is an adult child still living in the family home all you have to do is ask them to leave. If they refuse change the locks on the door. You no longer have responsibility for this person unless you want it and parents do not rent to their children so the "rental agreement" is not needed. You can also call the police if they refuse to do as you ask.
He refused to turn Bella into a vampire then and there. He says he was thinking of Bella and her family, it would hurt them for her to suddenly disapear. Also he does not want to take her life from her, he wants her to live old and happy and when she dies follow on after her.
Rosa parks was arrested in 1955.
Refuse is present tense.I refuseWe refuseYou refuseHe/she refusesThey refuse
Yes, insurance can refuse to take your car when they claim a total loss on it. They would just have to take it to a junkyard from there anyway.
It depends on the Christian pastor. Some refuse to baptize if the person and their family are not members of that specific church. Some refuse because the person is not a member of that denomination or sect. And some, especially those from conservative denominations, refuse if the parents are gay, or if the parents are heterosexual but not married to each other. But it's difficult to generalize, and different faiths have different rules. To avoid misunderstandings, ask the pastor what the policy is at that church, and if you think you will be denied, you can always seek out other pastors (since not all pastors follow the same policies).
Nope. Doctors has already given her one before the family arrived but she still died..
Yes you can with the help of your attorney.
Why should he? He is out to revenge the murder of his family. He will get his revenge, or die--yielding is not an option.
Yes. It's not always the landlord that owns the apartment block, but a company and he has to go by the rules. The company has a right to a degree to decide who to rent too and refuse cosigners.
That process was unfair to the majority of the population.
The trustee must follow the provisions of the trust or the will in which the trust was set forth. If they refuse you should bring an action in the court of jurisdiction where a judge will issue a court order that the trustee must follow. If they still refuse then they will be in contempt of court and you could ask the court for sanctions.
Unless the orders are unlawful, and most often they are not, it is not a good idea to refuse to follow orders from a boss, no matter what the position of the boss is in the company. It's called insubordination and can result in the employee being fired. If; however, you have reasons for not wanting to follow the orders that are valid to you, you could explain them to your boss and ask the boss to give the task to someone else. It would be up to the boss whether to do that, though. If you decide to outright refuse to follow your boss's orders, be prepared to find another job. Chances are high that you will need one.
It depends on the circumstances of why you are not living under their roof to benefit from family finances.