Thursday, June 27, 2013
Needs Minor's Consent For Cover Artwork
When a minor's consent is needed ... A minor (a person under 18 in most states) lacks the capacity to enter into a contract. What that means is that if a minor signs an agreement the minor can void (terminate) the agreement any time before reaching 18. If the minor turns 18 and hasn't ended the agreement, it can no longer be voided. For that reason, persons entering into contracts with minors also seek the consent of the parent or guardian, usually with a statement such as "I am the parent or guardian of the minor named above. I have the legal right to consent to and do consent to the terms and conditions of this agreement."
Posted by The Dear Rich Staff at 6:00 AM