The general rule...
In general, a minor cannot enter into a contract. They are also not allowed to own property. The parents of the minor will technically own the property. If a parent will agree to Co-Signer the auto loan, then the minor can buy the car. However, the parent who co-signed the car will be the legal owner.
as long as you don't drive with out a lesions its Okay
You will need a co-signer of legal age.
i beleve so
To do what they are told by their parents, until they can really, truly make it on their own.....
yes most defiantely.Another View: Check with your local state laws on this question. Not every state allows minors to legally "own" property.
The legal age to own a car in the state of Florida is 18 years old. Minors who are 16 or older can legally drive cars in the state.
He was involved with both Austin and Morris, Minis and Minors...
In most states you must be at least 18 years of age in order to be able to "own" anything because minors are not considered legally capable under the law or 'owning' property.
Minors are not legally able to "own" things, especially motor vehicles. They can be listed as a co-owner along with a responsible adult or guardian though.
At your own risk. Contracts with minors are voidable unless it is for a necessary good or is to their benefit.
Most jail and prison systems will not allow un-escorted minors to visit on their own.