On 3/31/07, Delphine Ménard <notafishz(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 3/31/07, Mohamed Magdy
Because people who have checkuser are trusted with
could mean they end up in court one day, whether to testify for or
defend the Foundation. As such, they should have the capacity to act
without the consent of their parents.
I believe 18 is a(n almost?) world-wide age at which people attain
majority, and are considered able to act responsibly before the law.
Generally agreed. I would only point out 18 is not world-wide age
considered as adult who make their legal decision without the consent
of their parents. In Japan, the age is 20. If you think it important,
we are better to amend this part "at least 18 and explicitly or over
the age at which they are capable to act without the consent of their
parent in the country they reside".
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