(C) Nothing in this section limits the application of the family purpose doctrine. DERIVATION TABLE Showing the sections in former Chapter 7, Title 20 from which the sections in this article were derived. Notwithstanding any other provisions of law to the contrary, any person who, not having attained his majority, contracts to borrow money to defray the expenses of attending any institution of higher learning, shall have full legal capacity to act in his own behalf and shall have all the rights, powers and privileges and be subject to the obligations of persons of full age with respect to any such contracts. (4) "Court" means the court or branch having jurisdiction.
Under North Carolina law, the age of consent is 16 for both men and women.
This is the age at which a person may legally consent to sex with an adult. The state doesn’t have a valid law that covers age of consent for homosexual acts.
DERIVATION TABLE Showing the sections in former Chapter 7, Title 20 from which the sections in this article were derived. (A) Any able-bodied person capable of earning a livelihood who shall, without just cause or excuse, abandon or fail to provide reasonable support to his or her spouse or to his or her minor unmarried legitimate or illegitimate child dependent upon him or her shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be imprisoned for a term of not exceeding one year or be fined not less than three hundred dollars nor more than one thousand five hundred dollars, or both, in the discretion of the circuit court.
New Section Former Section 63-5-10 20-7-40 63-5-20 20-7-90 63-5-30 20-7-100 63-5-40 20-7-97 63-5-50 20-7-95 63-5-60 20-7-8930 63-5-70 20-7-50 63-5-80 20-7-70 Spousal and child support. A husband or wife abandoned by his or her spouse is not liable for the support of the abandoning spouse until such spouse offers to return unless the misconduct of the husband or wife justified the abandonment. DERIVATION TABLE Showing the sections in former Chapter 7, Title 20 from which the sections in this article were derived.
In law, a minor is a person under a certain age, usually the age of majority, which legally demarcates childhood from adulthood.
The age of majority depends upon jurisdiction and application, but it is generally 18. NC My 16 year old daughter recently bacamce romantically involved with a 23-year-old male.The two say they love each other and have even exchanged promise rings after only being involved a few months.By law, someone under the age of consent is not legally able to agree to have sex.Therefore, the act is considered rape even if it is consensual.In many countries, including Australia, India, Philippines, Brazil, Croatia, and Colombia, a minor is defined as a person under the age of 18.