That's a difficult question to answer it really depends upon what the item is, the circumstances and the age of the child. One example is a child saves their money to purchase a Game Boy, and then a parent takes the Game Boy for disciplinary reasons: the answer is yes, parents have authority over minor children until they reach the age of majority. A vehicle is a different matter, state laws regarding real property would to some extent be applicable, and depends upon how the vehicle is titled. Another example would be if a minor receives permission from the court to leave the family or the parents agree the minor may move in with another relative, the minor may take all personal items belonging to them (clothing, jewelry, cosmetics, educational items, etc.) and all items that were presented to the person as a gift. In the majority of situations it is very difficult to determine the legality of what property actual belongs to a minor and what action a parent can take regarding said property.
Only if you are the father or legal guardian can you take the child away legally without a court order. If it is deemed that the child lives in a abusive or neglected lifestyle then CPS (child protection services) will take the appropriate action against the mother.
Merching clans are risky. I recommend you stay away from them, and do some merching on your own: Try to buy an item when it is low, in the hope that the price rises.Merching clans are risky. I recommend you stay away from them, and do some merching on your own: Try to buy an item when it is low, in the hope that the price rises.Merching clans are risky. I recommend you stay away from them, and do some merching on your own: Try to buy an item when it is low, in the hope that the price rises.Merching clans are risky. I recommend you stay away from them, and do some merching on your own: Try to buy an item when it is low, in the hope that the price rises.
Becuse, at times humans come and touch the child when the mother is away,then the mother thinks it is not theirs so they leave them,or at times it is when the mother want them to live on there own
Yes, but she is always a few feet away
well , you can't just walk away first you should call dyfus because they can get your mother help and you will be safer than just on your own.
Well, somewhat, yes. Children should be able to rely on their mother but Katniss and Prim were abandoned when they needed her most. Her mother was depressed at the time, but that doesn't take away from the fact that as a mother, you need to set aside your own problems at times so you can be there for your children.
One parent can not take the other parents rights away. The parent has to relinquish their own rights.
They often do. However: 1) They don't always go away on their own; and 2) it can take months or years for this to happen.
Yes, it is an instinct because the mother goes away and the animal can not learn it on its own.
Yes. She goes around the house calling for her kittens. If you take them away from her. If they grow up and leave on their own accord, the mother understands and lets them go. If you let them grow up to the proper age before you take them away from them, then it won't be so bad.
Not the mother, but the father might try so keep him away! Have fun!
Through court actions, but not on her own.
You don't deal with your mother, you deal with your own immaturity. You will find she does not 'hate' you, another sign of your own inability to take responsibility for your own actions.
I don't know find your own answer
A foal will sleep wherever it's mother is whether that be in the stable or pasture. It will stay with it's mother until it can eat on it's own and is weaned away from her.
I don't think that Obama would take away recess, don't you know he has kids, he would be taking it away from his own kids too.
Yes a Mother Wolf cares for their young ones they take care of them until they can hunt and survive on their own
Mother Teresa had no children of her own. She did take in a number of orphans, however. Many more than five.
Most of the time they don't abandon the babies unless the mother is killed or gets caught. The mother abandons them when they can do things on there own.
An "item" is usually an object, often things we possess or own (or buy). You can create, buy, sell, give away an "item". For example: Four-year-old Mary made a card to give to her mother. Her mother said, "This is the best item anyone has ever given to me!"An "item" can also be non-objects or intangible. For example, a list may contain a series of words, phrases or sentences that are referred to as "list items." A "list item" may include items that are the names of objects.For example, John's shopping list included:one hammerone sawa box of nailsthree boards6 fastenersa bottle of wood glueEach of these "list items" are also the names of items that are objects.
The mother will take care of it and the little stub that is left will drop off on it's own.
Ownership of an item does not mean you are laying a claim over any copyrights (unless you did actually make the item, of course). So for example, when you buy a Nintendo DS, you own the device, but not any of the copyrights on the product, components, or software, etc. Similarly, you can give away or sell that DS without infringing on those copyrights or patents.
Usually they are given away when they are fully weaned from their mother and eating food on their own. Six weeks is very early--8 is better.
Cubs leave their mother between thirteen and twenty months after birth.