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08-30-2012, 12:15 PM
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Originally Posted by BoyWonder View Post
According to a New York law that my mom's lawyer friend dug up, I can not be liable in breaking a contract, thats true, but the other party that is over 18 is liable.
You might want to doublecheck though, that the contract is actually enforcable on your side. It's not just that you can't be held liable, described here: It's the question of whether the client can declare the contract invalid because you are underage (i.e., not a legal person ;^) should you have a disagreement.

The simple way to get around this might be to have a legal adult co-sign with you. . . .a parent...a guardian. . .your banker. . .the local Mob boss. . .

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