Can the school require a parent's signature for a independant minor who lives with guardian?
My Neice is 18 years old and a Senior in high school in Florida. She is living with her Grandfather since Sept 2006. She wants to attend an ROTC summer camp during the summer but the school requires she get her parents signature notorized for power of attorney in case of emergency medical treatment. The parents do not insure her and she carries her own medical insurance. And more importantly, her parents will not sign. Can the school require their signature or can she legaly sign for herself?05/02/2007 | Category: Schools | State: Florida | #3589
The school may also accept a legal guardian's signature, according to their policy.