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If you leave at 17 can the owner of the house you move into be arrested?


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Answered 2007-09-01 19:39:49

What country/state are you in?

In most of Europe, 17 is perfectly fine - 16 is the usual age of majority for most things except alcohol and voting, which are usually 18.

In the United States, it varies by state.

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