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www.sapling.com/7420087/rent-apartment-17

Oct 29, 2010 ... As a result, apartment landlords can refuse to rent to underage tenants. ... A 17- year-old must cover a rental deposit, security deposit and ...

homeguides.sfgate.com/can-17-year-old-lease-apartment-60255.html

When minor teens wish to rent an apartment, California law is strict about whether it is ... A 17-year-old can sign a contract such as a lease agreement with the ...

ohmyapt.apartmentratings.com/renting-laws-underage-tenants-and-parental-consent.html

Jan 24, 2010 ... Some states view underage tenants as anyone under the age of 17. ... Anyone can enter into a rental agreement, despite the age of the person. ... time period that apartment is required to remain rented, amount of monthly rent, ... We have been here 8 years now and last year, when she was 18, she never ...

www.avvo.com/legal-answers/can-a-14-year-old-rent-an-apartment--while-she-has-672391.html

Short answer-no. A minor who is not emancipated cannot be held to a contract, that means any who makes a deal with you, like the person ...

www.avvo.com/legal-answers/i-want-to-get-an-apartment-for-my-17-year-old-son--613724.html

It is legal for you to rent an apartment for your 17 year old son. You, rather than your son, will be required to pay the rent. You may want to ...

www.avvo.com/legal-answers/what-is-the-best-way-to-rent-an-apartment-for-a-19-2468255.html

Your question is not a legal question. All you can do is talk to different landlords and find out what they require. You can either meet those ...

youthlaw.ca/tenant-lease-and-landlord

Question. I am under 18 and I need to rent an apartment. Can I sign a lease? Next .... When can my landlord keep some or all of my security deposit? Next ...

community.withairbnb.com/t5/Hosting/17-year-old-minor-wishes-to-book-my-apartment/td-p/40197

I have been contacted by a 17 year old who wishes to book accommodation in .... Airbnb should make changes so that no one under 18 can create an account.

answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110521174431AA3rgR1

You should look into your state's laws. Unlike what the other answer stated if you are emancipated you can sign a contract ...