in a word, NO, regardless of what the parents say, a 16 year old is a minor and the resposibility of the parents, any sexual contact, whether condoned by the parents and consented by the 16 year old still constitutes statutory rape, statutory rape is when a minor and a non minor have sexual contact, being the minor is not the age of consent, it is considered rape, but to a lessor degree
With parental permission you can.
Yes, I think as long as you have your parents permission you can move.
Not without parental permission.
Yes, as long as they have parental permission. Without it, they will have to wait until the are 18.
If they have parental permission. The parents are responsible for the child. They can decide where the child lives.
Generally, no. Until you are 18 you would need parental permission.
you can be arrrested I had this happen to me
Only with parental permission unless he gets emancipated by the court or through marriage.
The age of majority in TX is 18. You can move out at 17 if you have parental permission or you
If you are not of legal age (generally 18) you may not leave the parental home and reside with someone else w/o parental permission or a court order giving the other party legal guardianship.
For a minor to be eligible for adoption they must be either, orphaned by the death of both parents; or both parents voluntarily relinquish their parental rights; or one parent relinquish parental rights so the minor child can be adopted by the new spouse of the the custodial parent; or by all parental rights be terminated by the court. A minor may only move in with another relative or a friend of the family if parental permission is granted or by a court order allowing the action.
In most states you have to be 18 to move out without parental permission.
Legally it isn't possible without parental permission.
Technically, if it is without permission or knowledge, that's called "running away". Though the "friend's parents" would be more in trouble than the 17 year old.
You would be covered by the insurance on your friend's car if you are driving it with their permission. To be safe, get the parents' permission, not just your friend's. It may be that your friend can't give a legally binding permission.
Only with her permission.
yes as long as you get your friend's parents permission.
No, not without your parents' permission.
No one can seduce you without your permission.
This is legal, with your parents' permission, and your friend's parents' permission as well, and it does often happen, but you need to make sure that all of the legal forms are in place in case of an emergency.
When you are 18.
First of all a friend does not borrow your car without your permission- if they used it without your permission they really arent your friend and they technically stole your car- Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle- Their insurance will cover them only if you file a complaint with the police stating that the person did not have your permission to use the car. Otherwise your insurance will cover the loss and your rate may jump or you may get cancelled. Your call- depends on how much the claim is and how good the friend is