Iowa Law-Parental and Legal Guardian Liability for a Minor’s Conduct

Generally, a parental responsibility law makes parents or guardians liable for certain conduct caused by their minor children. Iowa’s parental responsibility law is codified in Iowa Code section 613.16. The following article will provide an overview of this law. Read the full article here:

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In this video, we will discuss questions a reader may have about the liability for a minor in Iowa, including:‍ What children qualify under Iowa law?, What is the age range for children to qualify under this law?, What actions can expose a parent or guardian to liability for a minor?, Limitations of liability for parents under Iowa law, Liability to business entities, and How to bring this lawsuit under Iowa law.



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