Age of majority the Subscriber, if an individual, has attained the age of majority and is legally competent to execute this Agreement and to take all actions required pursuant hereto;
Age of majority. The Subscriber, if an individual, has attained the age of majority and is legally competent to execute this Agreement and to take all actions required pursuant hereto. · Authorization and Formation of Subscriber. The Subscriber, if a corporation, partnership, trust or other form of business entity, is authorized and otherwise duly qualified to purchase and hold the Shares and such entity has not been formed for the specific purpose of acquiring Shares in the Offering. If the Subscriber is one of the aforementioned entities, it hereby agrees that upon request of the Corporation it will supply the Corporation with any additional written information that may be requested by the Corporation.
Age of majority. The Renter warrants that they are nineteen (19) years of age or older at the time of signing this Agreement.
Age of majority. Subcontractor is required to ensure that Members reaching the age of majority are provided continuity of care without service disruptions or mandatory changes in service providers. Subcontractor is required to also allow enrolled children and enrolled parents to receive services from the same provider, if requested.
Age of majority. In general, the age of majority at which a person gains the full exercise of all his civil rights is 18.139 There are some situations where the minor may be emancipated, either by application for emancipation140 or through marriage.141 Emancipation through marriage enables a minor to exercise his civil rights as if he was of full age.142 A minor who has become emancipated through appli- cation does not have the full exercise of his civil rights and must be assisted by his tutor for acts beyond simple administration, but any act performed with- out this assistance may not be annulled nor the obligations reduced unless the minor suffers injury.143 A minor may only enter into contracts alone to meet his ordinary and usual needs.144 On the other hand, a minor who is 14 or over is deemed to be of full age for all acts pertaining to his employment or to the practice of his craft or profession145 and as such, neither a minor nor his tutor may ask the court to annul the acts. Any act performed alone by a minor where the law does not allow him to act alone or through a representative is absolutely null.146