Can I Be Held Liable For My Children's Actions?
3207 views • Jul 26, 2017
Your children, by operation of the law, are seen effectively by the law as your property. Their actions will be imputed to you if repayment is demanded. In the case of torts that they commit, some jurisdictions require that you be aware of have constructive knowledge of your child’s propensity for performing that tort before you are held strictly liable for his or her actions.
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