NO. You need to be 18 years old to legally move out of your parents house. Even if you have permission or not.
How many people can legally live one house in the state will depend upon the size of the house. It will also depend upon the number of bedrooms.
Yes. You are 18 so you are legally an adult and can if you wish.
Yes, they can tell them to get out of their home. Once the child is an adult, age 18, the parents are no longer legally responsible for them. They can even charge them with trespassing if they don't leave
By having parental consent to move out.
If you have parental permission. Until you are an adult, 18 in New York, your parents are responsible for you. That includes determining where you live.
The simplest way is to have permission. Without it, you really have to wait until you are an adult.
Moving out does not emancipate you. In New York you must be 18 to move out without permission.
The age of majority in New York is 18. Until then you are the responsibility of your parents. They determine where you live and much of what you can do.
New York State law sets the age of majority -- when you legally become an adult -- at 18. Up until then you cannot legally allow this procedure, although your parents or guardians can at their option. Otherwise it's your 18th birthday.
Not legally, the legal age of majority in the state of New York is eighteen.
The only way a child (anyone under the age of 18) can legally move out of the house is by emancipation. There is no emancipation status in New York. Refer to the link on the left "emancipation laws by state".
The state of New York does not have official emancipation status. The court accepts and adjudicates emancipation petitions based on their individual merits. Contacting the clerk of the court in the county in which you reside can assist you in obtaining more specific information.
If you leave home without your parents permission, then they can have you picked up and returned home.
When they are no longer 17. The age of majority in New York is 18. Until then the minor is the responsibility of the parents.
New York Sorry, there is no emancipation status in this state.
You can legally drop our of school at age 16 in New York, if your parents agree. If your parents do not agree, you must remain in school until you graduate or until you turn 18.
The State Senate is the "upper house" of the New York State Legislature and the State Assembly is the "lower house".
Yes, you can have a painted turtle legally in New York..
No, unless the child is legally handicapped, the parents are only responsible for the child's welfare up to the age of 18. If the parents refuse to care for a child under the age of 18, they may be arrested for child neglect.
no there isn't a New York state law about children sharing or sleeping in the bedroom with their parents.
At the same age as every other U.S. state: 18.
There are 150 assemblymen in the New York State Assembly, the lower house of the New York state legislature.
NO Stay at home with your parents and go to school. Not legally as the age of majority for the state is 18. What if anything might be done about the situation depends upon the individual circumstances.