Article 27. Emancipation.
1. A minor who has reached the age of sixteen may be declared fully capable if he works under an employment contract, including under a contract, or with the consent of the parents, adoptive parents or caregiver, is engaged in entrepreneurial activity. A minor is declared fully capable (emancipated) by decision of the guardianship and custody agency — with the consent of both parents, adoptive parents or guardian, or, in the absence of such consent, by a court. 2. Parents, adoptive parents and guardian are not liable for the obligations of an emancipated minor, in particular for obligations arising from the harm caused to them.
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