(1) A juvenile court, upon the written application of a minor who is domiciled within the jurisdiction of such court, is authorized to enter a judgment of emancipation in the manner provided in ORS 419B.558. A judgment of emancipation shall serve only to:
(a) Recognize the minor as an adult for the purposes of contracting and conveying, establishing a residence, suing and being sued, and recognize the minor as an adult for purposes of the criminal laws of this state.
(b) Terminate as to the parent and child relationship the provisions of ORS 109.010 until the child reaches the age of majority.
(c) Terminate as to the parent and child relationship the provisions of ORS 108.045, 109.100, 419B.373, 419B.400, 419B.402, 419B.404, 419B.406, 419B.408, 419C.550, 419C.590, 419C.592, 419C.595, 419C.597 and 419C.600.
(2) A judgment of emancipation shall not affect any age qualification for purchasing alcoholic liquor, the requirements for obtaining a marriage license, nor the minorís status under ORS 109.510. [1993 c.546 §134; 2003 c.576 §450]Section: Previous 419B.518 419B.521 419B.524 419B.527 419B.529 419B.530 419B.550 419B.552 419B.555 419B.558 419B.800 419B.803 419B.806 419B.809 419B.812 Next
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