Min age to rent a house UK?
if you have money, you can rent a house anywhere
Minimum age for house or flat ownership in the UK is 18, although you can RENT premises from the age of 16. If an under-18 year old inherits a property in somebody's will, then it will be held 'in trust' for them by the solicitors of the deceased, but they will not be permitted to live in it until they turn 18.
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Yes, provided that the 16 year old person is not the actual OWNER of the property. In the UK, you cannot legally own property up until the age of 18, although from the ages 16-18 you CAN rent. However, if you and not them are the actual OWNER, there's no problem, although-CO-ownership could not happen until that person turns 18.
Unlike some countries, the UK does not have a special age of eligibility for key public offices. Any person who has attained the age of majority (currently 18) is able to serve as a member of either the House of Commons (by election) or the House of Lords (by appointment), which means anyone aged 18 or older can serve as Leader of the House in either chamber.