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III. Explanations of the Eight Exceptions to the MLDA: 1. on private non alcohol-selling premises, with parental consent: Underage consumption of alcohol in some states is allowed on private, non alcohol-selling premises as long as the under age person has the consent and/or is accompanied by the physical presence of a parent or legal guardian.

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This myth about under-age drinking laws intimidates many parents. They’re afraid to teach their children how to drink in moderation. Thus the myth is counterproductive. A government report showed when those under 21 can legally drink. 1 That information is listed here. State Under-Age Drinking Laws

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Besides exceptions for parental consent or drinking at home, there are many other legal carve-outs. According to the nonprofit nonpartisan site procon.org , 26 states allow minors to drink as part ...

blogs.findlaw.com/.../2013/10/legal-for-kids-to-drink-alcohol-with-parents.html

On alcohol-selling premises (such as restaurants and bars) with parental presence and consent: 11 states; Five states -- Alabama, Arkansas, Idaho, New Hampshire, and West Virginia -- have no exceptions to their underage alcohol consumption laws. Parental Liability for Underage Drinking Parties

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The age to purchase alcohol in the US is 21. Parental consent will not change how old someone is. However, a parent may buy alcohol for someone over the age of 18, but they must drink it in their ...

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Can Minors Drink With Their Parents in Texas? In Texas, a minor may drink alcohol when in the presence of his parents or guardian, according to the Alcohol Policy Information System. Such consumption may take place either on private, non-alcohol selling premises or on premises that sell alcohol, as explained by ProCon.

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4095821

Results from a qualitative study with parents about underage drinking are presented. Semi-structured interviews (n=44) were conducted with parents of teens to investigate whether and why parents permit underage drinking. Parents had three primary reasons for allowing underage drinking: deliberate ...

www.lawyers.com/.../parents-responsibility-for-underage-drinking.html

Parents can face serious consequences as a result of their minor children’s drinking. Furnishing liquor in a public place (with few exceptions) is a criminal offense everywhere. And in certain situations, parents can be held responsible when an inebriated child causes property damage or personal injuries. This article gives you the basics on ...

www.alcohol.org/laws/underage-drinking

Familial Consent for Minors to Drink Alcohol. ... Some state laws only allow minors to legally consume alcohol at the home of a parent or guardian, while others only allow for minors to consume alcohol on licensed premises in the presence of their parent, guardian, or spouse. States like Texas (and seven other states, according to ProCon) allow ...

www.ncl.com/sites/default/files/ParentGuardianForm_01302012b.pdf

PARENT / GUARDIAN CONSENT & RELEASE FORM Norwegian Cruise Line, 7665 Corporate Center Drive, Miami, Florida 33126 If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at 800.327.7030. ... Minors of the same parent(s)/legal guardian(s) may be listed on the same form.