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IS THERE ANYONE OUT HERE WHO CAN HELP ME OUT WITH THIS ONE . MY EX IS TAKING MY 13 YEAR OLD TO PUBS WHERE ALCOHOL IS BEING SERVED AND BANDS ARE PLAYING UNTIL 1:00 OR LATER AND I DISAPPROVE OF THIS AND HAVE TRIED DISCUSSING IT WITH HIM SEVERAL TIMES AND HE REFUSES TO LISTEN AND STOP DOING IT . DOES ANYONE KNOW ABOUT THE LAWS REGARDING THIS AND WHERE I CAN LOCATE THEM . I DO NOT WANT MY SON EXPOSED TO THIS KIND OF ATMOSPHERE AT 13 YEARS OLD.
If he gets the club owner's consent, or a person that has authority to make representations on the club owner to consent, with the property owner's knowledge, and he does not contribute to the delinquency of the minor by making alchohol available to him, then it may or may not be ok. Here's the kicker...If he's leasing the club the actual owner of the Property is Liable for incidents occuring upon his property. The whole thing may or may not be happening without his knowledge. If you owned a piece of property where alchohol was served and leased it to a club manager/owner (in name), would you risk a lawsuit from a parent for bringing in an underage patron, should anything happen(some bar fight gone bad),(act of God) ? Contact the Owner of the property ask him if he has knowledge. If he is a contracted performer in the club- there are exceptions- without the alchohol - of course. If you find yourself helpless find out who owns the Property then take it from there.
Also offering music lessons to the 13 year old, on the instrument of his choice might keep his interest to just the music, (offering to pay for the lessons in exchange for his not going to clubs- from Dad's point of view it would be a fair exchange hopefully). Bottom Line is the child's safety.-this might be a violation of the lease agreement,(if applicable), and the property owner should know this.(Damn - Mom Closed the Club Down)
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