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2008-10-15 19:18:12
2008-10-15 19:18:12

As long as your parents say it is okay, it is legal. Otherwise you need to wait until you are 18 to move out of your parents' house.


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If she has her parent's permission. Otherwise, she will either have to be married or turn 18.

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