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nonage

Law the state of being under any of various ages at which a person may legally enter into certain transactions, such as the making of binding contracts, marrying, etc.
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Some will seek housing in a nonage restricted development; others, like the majority of the Healthy Hermits and Frail Recluses, will opt to remain in their present homes.
But the nonage boys are working with him as driver and bodyguards.
THIS CAUSE came before the court to remove the disabilities of nonage of --(name)--, for the purposes of entering into a residential leasehold and to secure residential utility services.
The results in Table 3 correspond with the sensitivity test provided in Donohue and Levitt's Table V, with two exceptions: an additional row limiting the sample to just those of known ages affected by the legalization of abortion and replacing all the nonage specific state-year level variables with state specific year fixed effects.
Although technically not emancipated, the disability of nonage is also removed when a minor marries.
70) In a discursive opinion that bothered little with citation, the court authorized recovery for the support of the two children covered by the custody decree on the grounds of the unsupported statement that "[p]arents are bound by law to maintain, protect, and educate their legitimate children, during their infancy, or nonage.
However, these lands did not come into the hands of the wasters because of Bolingbroke's nonage, but by a rather different process.