age of majority

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age of majority

the age at which a person is considered to be an adult in the eyes of the law. It varies by activity from state to state.
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is a California-based nutrisupplement company committed to helping adults of legal majority to achieve a positive balance between the enjoyment of responsible social drinking and the undesirable health and socioeconomic effects of alcohol.
Credit is available subject to legal majority and to status and conditions.
Her book's title sets forth its major premise: Parents will continue to offer financial and other forms of support even after their offspring reach their legal majority.
Traditionally, victims had to file charges soon after they reached legal majority.
To have been effective, a disclaimer should have been filed within nine months of each child's twenty-first birthday (if that was legal majority age).
The "session was held after the completion of the legal majority, with the attendance of 219 out of the Parliament's 325 members," the source added.