implied emancipation


implied emancipation
That emancipation of a child which results when the parent without any express agreement, impliedly consents by his acts and conduct that the child may have his own time and the control of his earnings, or such consent is inferred from or shown by circumstances. 39 Am J1st P & C § 64.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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