Can parents destroy their child’s property?

Destroying someone else’s property without their permission is illegal. Though the law may vary depending on where you live and it may actually be legal for your parents to destroy your things assuming you’re a minor. If that’s the case then you wouldn’t be able to take legal action against them.

Can You Sue Your parents for breaking your stuff?

If you are an adult, and your parents broke something, yes, you can sue them.

Do parents have the right to take away your stuff?

If the child is a minor, it is legal. If the belongings were taken away because the parents feel that there is something inherently harmful in the child having access to the items, it’s not unfair.

Can my parents take my stuff when I’m 18?

Technically, said possessions belong to the parent/guardian, NOT the child. Once they reach the age of eighteen, it is NO LONGER legal to confiscate their property. On the other hand, you are no longer legally obligated to keep them in your house.

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Do parents own their child’s property?

All children under the age of 18 have the same rights with respect to owning property. … But assuming that a minor came into the possession of the item without having entered into a contract, as is the case with most purchases and gifts, parents have no ownership rights over the property of children.

Can you sue someone for destroying your belongings?

You can sue him/her for the damages they caused.

Is it illegal for your parents to break your phone?

If your child is 10, and you gave them a phone for emergencies, and they are grounded or abused the privilege of having a phone, then it’s 100% legal to take it. Stop mouthing off to your parents and do your homework.

Is it illegal for parents to read text messages?

Parents: there’s no absolute right answer as to whether it’s OK to read your kid’s text messages. It depends on your kid’s age, personality, and behavior. The most important thing is that you discuss responsible texting behavior. … You can always simply ask to see their messages.

Can my mom take my phone if my dad pays for it?

Yes. Your mom can take the phone away or ask for a password.

Can my parents take away my phone if I pay for it?

If the phone is your property, your parents – or anyone else – can not legally take it from you. On the other hand, if your parents are paying the monthly bills for the phone, they have the right to stop paying for it.

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Can my parents call the cops if I leave at 19?

Your parents can call the police anytime and for anything. However, at the age of 18 you are an adult and the police can do nothing to stop or hinder you from leaving your parents home. That is if they are not under court order to continue being your guardian.

Can I move out as soon as I turn 18?

Yes. Once you are 18 you are an adult and could move out of your parents’ home. If you were younger your parents could call the police and report you as a runaway, but once you are 18 they can no longer do that.

Can your mom tell you what to do at 18?

The answer is yes and no. (But mostly no.) It’s true that when your child reaches the age of 18, they are legally seen as an adult and are legally responsible for their own behavior instead of their parents.

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