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#1 User is offline   skydreamer 

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Posted 12 December 2010 - 09:58 PM

I'm under the age of 18 but I still wish to rent a table for the AA. I already checked the FAQ about this, however all they seem to mention is that you need some type of contract concerning yourself and someone who IS over the age of 18. Can anyone explain this contract further? Do I need to fill one out before I attempt to register? Will this conplicate things when registering if I don't have one of these contracts? Thank you very much!
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Posted 13 December 2010 - 09:34 AM

View Postskydreamer, on 12 December 2010 - 09:58 PM, said:

I'm under the age of 18 but I still wish to rent a table for the AA. I already checked the FAQ about this, however all they seem to mention is that you need some type of contract concerning yourself and someone who IS over the age of 18. Can anyone explain this contract further? Do I need to fill one out before I attempt to register? Will this conplicate things when registering if I don't have one of these contracts? Thank you very much!



I believe, you need a parent/guardian to register with you, and they (the parent/guardian) must be the one to sign the AA contract for you.

People under age 18 cannot form valid contracts by law (it's pretty much universal across the country). Parents/legal guardians have the ability to sign contracts for their children. :/

AFAIK, there's no special "Minor-can-rent-a-table" contract. It's just the regular "Renting-a-table" agreement that you, as a minor, have to have a person over 18 (who can legally sign contracts for you) sign.

'course, I'm not staff, either. :)

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Posted 13 December 2010 - 10:36 AM

View PostTokoz, on 13 December 2010 - 09:34 AM, said:

I believe, you need a parent/guardian to register with you, and they (the parent/guardian) must be the one to sign the AA contract for you.

People under age 18 cannot form valid contracts by law (it's pretty much universal across the country). Parents/legal guardians have the ability to sign contracts for their children. :/

AFAIK, there's no special "Minor-can-rent-a-table" contract. It's just the regular "Renting-a-table" agreement that you, as a minor, have to have a person over 18 (who can legally sign contracts for you) sign.

'course, I'm not staff, either. :)


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