Can you throw an adult out of your home?
If they are not on a lease or a deed...Yes. If they are you need to process Protection Order paperwork with the local Magistrate. To do it well, give them a written agreement of when you expect them to move by with the explanation of what you will do with their property in the event that they have not taken steps to find somewhere else to live. If you are feeling benevolent, rent a storage space in their name and pay one month ahead and move the stuff there. Make sure they sign the agreement and give them a copy. Change your locks, if needed. For our son, we told him that if he did not have plans by May 20th, we would make some for him without his input. He made it happen.
If a player attempts to steal second base can the pitcher turn and throw to second base instead of delivering the ball to home?
In most countries parents are responsible for the care and welfare of their children up to the age when they are deemed (by the laws of that country) to be adult (usually 18). Sadly, in the real world, things do not always work out for families and some children run away form home - in this circumstance it would be the responsibility of the state to protect the child until they become an adult.
If you're trying to ask whether your own parents can throw you out, it depends. If you are a minor, your parents have a duty to provide for you. Putting you on the street is neglecting to care for you. However, shipping you off to another relative or boarding school continues to provide for you, and is probably not neglect. If parents neglect to provide for their children, the state can step in and remove…
No, parents should not spank their adult children (18 and up.) Since they are an adult and if you do not like the way they are acting in your home or if they are living with you and do not follow the reasonable rules of your home then you have the right to give them notice to be out by the end of the month.