4 Replies to “Is it possible for Yizhang to sell grandparents to antique shops?”

  1. The teenager did not sell his grandparents 'goldenware to antique shops without his parents' consent.
    The child's parents can be recovered like antique shops. This behavior is protected by law. Yizhang 13 -year -old teenager sold the 6 -gold jewelry of his grandparents without paying attention to his family. Among them, Grandpa's gold bracelet was sold to a person, and the rest were sold to a local antique shop. Later, the parents were discovered and called the police. On the way to the police station, the child told his father's truth. So the parents of the teenager and the owner of the antique shop came to the police station to consult. The owner of the antique shop only returned some gold wares, and some of them were on the grounds of selling, and the buyer could not be returned.
    The owner of the antiques shop pushed away for various reasons. He believed that there was no law that the child's business could not be done, and his business was legal. The part that did not return needs to find the buyer to solve it. The owner of the antique shop here is a strong word. He should know that no parents will let their children sell such valuable things, and sell it at a low price lower than the market value. The Civil Code of my country also stipulates that his actions over eight years of age must be consent or recognized by the guardian, otherwise it will be invalid. Here, the boss should understand that he and the child are not protected by law.
    The boy in this case is only 13 years old, and he is legal personally. Therefore, he sells these gold jewelry to the antique shop must be consent of his guardian's parents or afterwards. None of the two actions in this case, so the behavior of selling valuables for selling valuables was invalid. Antique shops should return items in time when their children's parents are recovered instead of finding various excuses. If the antiques store refuses to cooperate, the child's parents can also go to legal channels and ask antiques shops to return.
    The results of this incident are very clear. The gold ware sold by the child can be discussed in the legal sense, but this process will encounter some obstruction. Therefore, it is warned that parents should properly manage valuables. After all, children are young and their minds are immature.

  2. Of course, it can be recovered, because this teenager is still a minor, because he is a person without civil capabilities, the items he sells cannot be regarded as a real selling, and parents can recover.

  3. Can be recovered. The 13 -year -old Xiao Wu is a person who restricts civil behavior in the law. The behavior of selling valuables to antique shops should be valid and recognized by its legal agent, otherwise the behavior will be invalid. After receiving the notice from the legal agent to refuse to recover, antique shops should return the corresponding items. If they are suspected of illegal law, parents can ask antiques shops through the court lawsuit.

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