Stella knew that the statutory, legal age for a driver’s license was sixteen, but she wanted her son Syd to wait a year nevertheless. Stella thought that if lawmakers knew firsthand about her teenage son’s immaturity, there would be no way that the statutory or lawful regulations would permit Syd to drive. The official, judicial, and statutory laws might allow Syd his wheels, but the domestic law of his mother had other, more cautious plans in place.
Quiz: When is something considered statutory?
- When it goes against what is socially expected.
- When it is authorized by official, legal means.
- When it relates to individual transportation.