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Can you legally leave your house at age 16 in North Carolina?


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2005-11-07 03:05:30
2005-11-07 03:05:30

No, the legal age of majority for the state is 18.


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ya cause i live in n.c. and my stepbrother moved out 2 days after he turned 17

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