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  • Check your laws
  • That is true is some cases but in many applications a minor can be help liable to a contract he or she signs.
    • Linda Joy
      I didn't know that!
  • dont know anything about it
  • No, but if anyone enters into a contract with a minor, knowing that the contract is worthless, whose fault is that?
  • Anybody who tries to enter into a contract with a person under 18 is just plain stupid, IMHO. The law is quite clear and plain on this issue. The minor does not have a legal right nor obligation to enter into a contract with anybody, unless they have a cosigner who is over 18 years old. Then, the contract can be enforced solely against the cosigner. I think that regardless of their maturity or legal capacity, the govt has declared for decades that a minor cannot be responsible for a contract entered into before 18 years old.

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