1 Elements and Case Citations
A parent is not liable for the torts of a minor child, except:
- Where the parent entrusts the minor child with a dangerous instrumentality;
- Where the minor child was acting as the parent’s agent while committing the tort;
- Where the parent directs the minor child, or consents to commission of the tort;
- Where the parent is aware of possible injury to another but fails to exercise control over the minor child.
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