- minor (i.e. person under 18)
- n.未成年人,副修科目 adj.较小的,次要的,二流的,未成年的 vi.辅修 n.[乐]小调,小音阶
- prep.在...之下,在...之内,在...领导下,低于,假借 adv.在下
- Person who act on behalf of a minor is a defendant in a court case.
- One who is legally responsible for the care and management of the person or property of an incompetent or a minor.
- No minors are eligible to play.
- A person such as a minor who have a right under the authority of a guardian.
- Should the person maintained be a juvenile the living expenses shall be paid until the juvenile reaches the age of18; should the person be of no ability to work the living expenses shall be paid until his decease.
- "Provided that the court in granting administration may act on such prima facie evidence furnished by the applicant or any other person as to whether or not there is a minority or life interest in accordance with probate rules and orders."
- Article29in respect of minors who wander about and go begging or those who flee from their homes the civil affairs departments or other departments concerned shall take the responsibility to send them back to their parents or other guardians; with regard to those whose parents or guardians cannot be ascertained for the time being the welfare organizations for children established by the civil affairs departments shall accept and take care of them.
- Article94where an employing unit illegally recruits juveniles under the age of16 the labour administrative department shall order it to make corrections and impose a fine.if circumstances are serious the administrative department for industry and commerce shall revoke its business license.
- Article15no employing units shall be allowed to recruit juveniles under the age of16.
- No employing units shall be allowed to recruit juveniles under the age of16.
- "And if the person whose consent is so required as aforesaid is a minor or a mentally disordered person the consent shall be given on his behalf by his parents or parent testamentary or other guardian committee or receiver or if in the case of a minor there is no such parent or guardian by the court on the application of his next friend;"
- They say they did not bring charges in the jena school case because the suspects were minors.
- An antisocial misdeed in violation of the law by a minor.
- Are juveniles still required to do boldly what is righteous?
- Juveniles or people under the age of eighteen are usually tried in a juvenile court for misdemeanor offenses.