Recently, two young boys in Anyang, Henan Province, took cash to a mobile phone store to buy a mobile phone, and the store refused to sell it.
The landlady, Ms. Li, said that the two boys, aged 9 and 10, never sold to minors for more than 10 minutes, and finally asked them to go home and give the money to their parents. & ldquo; unconscionable money does not earn & rdquo;.
This has also triggered a heated discussion among netizens, some netizens said that the store is responsible for doing so, but also very good, and some netizens said that in fact, it does not matter to sell directly.
Children buy things indiscriminately, can parents not admit it? Can you ask the merchant to return the goods? Article 19 of the Civil Code of the people's Republic of China stipulates that minors over the age of eight shall be persons with limited capacity for civil conduct and shall be represented or ratified by their legal representatives; however, civil legal acts with pure benefits or civil legal acts commensurate with their age and intelligence may be carried out independently.