Yes. If you are under the age of 16 you can be placed in state care, which is worse then most teens homelife, for breaking too many rules. Most rules are designed to protect you as well as keep you out of trouble. If it seems unfair then think of a reasonable change to the rule and then talk to your parents about it. Show a little responsibility and interest in following the rules and they usually get better. If you can't follow the rules your parents set, its not likely that you'll be willing to follow the laws outside your parents house. Now if the problem is that the rules are immoral or harmful to you, perhaps you should seek help. Ask another adult if they think the rules are fair.
You're a legal adult. Your parents are no longer legally or financially responsible for you, and you are no longer subject to the rules and control of your parents (of course if you live under their roof, you got to follow their rules or risk being kicked out).
If you live in your parents' house - you follow THEIR rules - no matter what your age is ! If you don't like their rules - move out when you reach the age of majority in your country.
The answer to this is very simple. You follow their rules and do what is asked of you.
First, you need to understand the difference between being controlled by your parents or being necessary to follow rules as set by your parents. Many parents have rules for their children. Until you are of age or emancipated legally, you basically have to follow their rules. A lot of times these rules may feel like they are smothering you or trying to control your life. If you sincerely feel your parents are being too overprotected or enforcing too many rules that you may not be able to follow at all times, you should have a talk with them. Ask them to make rules that are more appropriate for your age and your history. If you have been a generally good rule-follower, ask if they would eliminate some of the rules that seem unnecessary or change others that you feel you have grown out of. But keep in mind, every family has rules. Some may seem more ridiculous than others, but there is usually a good intention for many of the rules that are enforced in families.
Ideally, rules for teen dating should be set by the parents and followed by the teen. However, many teens can justify it to themselves if they make exceptions, so rules should always be monitored by the parent or guardian anyway. You should, and your parents or guardians should. Teenagers who prove that they are trustworthy should be given more leeway, but not complete discretion.
Absolutely! You're their responsibility and until you're 18, you have to follow their rules in their house.
Teenagers are often prone to rebelling and acting out against their parents. While this is not the case for all teenagers, some parents must face problems including their teenager drinking, ignoring curfew, and dressing inappropriately. This may lead to them imposing stricter rules and punishments, but in the worst situations, teenagers may ignore these too.
Yes, it is their house and you must follow their rules.
Non-legal rules are simply rules that are not legally binding. Examples would be parents setting their own rules for their kids, or sporting clubs not allowing footy boots in the club rooms.
follow the rules = die Regeln folgen follow the rules = die Spielregeln folgen follow the rules = sich an die Regeln halten follow the rules = sich an die Spielregeln halten follow the rules = sich an die Vorschriften halten
Legally, yes, unfortunately there are some unethical car dealers and they do not always 'follow the rules.'
Yes. Wisconsin is the only state that has extremely liberal laws that apply to what legally constitutes the emancipation of a minor.
follow the rules
To "follow rules" is to obey, comply, behave (in accordance with the rules), or adhere (to the rules).
Not legally but since you live in their house as an emancipated adult it is smart to follow their rules or at least discuss them since they have no obligation to let you stay at their house or to support you anymore.
No, in fact in the UK you no longer have to abide by these rules by the age of 16. By law? No. But if your parents provide shelter,etc. you may be required to follow house mandates.
It wouldn't be a dictatorship if they had to follow "the" rules. They can make their own rules ....
what rules did the colonists have to follow
yes they have to follow there home rules
they had rules to follow but not laws
The future tense is they will follow the rules.
Not as long as he is a minor. When 18 and emancipated he can do what he wants. When adopted you legally become a member of the new family and is no longer a member of the biological one. They are not allowed to search for you until you are 18 and you have to follow your new family's rules and if they say no to contact your biological family you have to follow that.
Yes, "Rules will follow." is correct.
We follow safety rules for be safe.
The court would not emancipate a 15-year-old for no reason if at all. If your parents agree to you live in the guest house or w/e it is you can do so. They are still responsible for you and you still have to follow their rules etc just as if you slept in the big house.