That's dependent on individual states. In Texas, they can rent an apartment.
There's no law preventing it, but a 17 year old (unless they are legally emancipated) is too young to sign or be held accountable for a legal contract.
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No, you must be at least 21 with a valid creditcard.
depending on what yr/model as low as 120hp (1979) to as high as 215hp (late 80's/early 90's)
You would need to indicate your state of residence and the state where the apartment is located for an accurate opinion, but in general, if you are listed as the lessee or responsible party, you have all the rights granted including entry and occupancy. If the child wants to keep you out, they can rent an apartment in their own name and with no co-signer (an option in most states when they reach the age of 18). Consult an attorney in your area for an informed opinion of your rights and limitations.
If she is not on the lease, simply tell her to get out. You can have her evicted for trespassing.
As much as it wants.
30,000 yr ?