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Your knowledge of chattel law is astoundingly false o.O Owning property does in no way entitle a party to seize anything on that property, and if the car belonged to OP (for this case let us assume the name on the Pink slip grants ownership, regardless of how it was financed) the father has no right to seize it and hold it ransom. Furthermore there is no implied right to act on the behalf of any non-minor persons living with the home owner, the sole right that is reserved is to terminate her right to live with them.
And you could like a bratty kid who thinks they're entitled to everything and their parents simply have to provide it for them. No one's saying it's not a good way to express yourself ford. There are a lot of reasons why parents wouldn't want their kids getting tattoos at a young age (job prospects, seeing as her name is tattooface and her dad was aware she'd had it done it was probably somewhere quite visible, regrets with changing tastes as you grow up) so if she wants to make adult choices against her parents will then she needs to start acting like one and move out of her parents house and buy her own car.
People seem to use the "free country" argument where it doesn't apply. If she's 18 (or whatever the minimum age where she is), then she can legally get a tattoo. It doesn't mean she doesn't have to face any consequences. Her parents set the rules for the house, and can enforce them as long as they aren't breaking any laws. If her dad owned the car (most kids' first cars are in their parents' names so they can just add them to their existing insurance), then he can do whatever he wants with it, even if it's "her" car in the sense that she's the one who normally drives it. Even if she owns the car, he could have it towed off of his property. (just noticed that the OP's gender isn't specified, and I've been using "she." Oh well)
Its a tattoo! it's not like she's killed someone, your dad needs to get with it!!
report the car as stolen. it's your body. unless it's not actually owned by you. then suck up & buy your own
I make the following assumptions when someone Does a FML vs parents and doesnt state otherwise: Minor, not paying rent Propperty is owned by, and paid for parents (ie 'my car', 'my room') Punishments were stated as potential consequences before the act Parents are doing their best, in good faith, to raise their children to be responsible.
#236, if you're so upset by how whiny "FML highschoolers" are, how can you stand to be so whiny yourself? You were very likely the same way when you were younger, you just didn't have a medium such as the internet to vent. Also, nowhere in this FML did it specify the OP's age. You're just another crabby old fart waving their cane at anyone younger than you and yammering on about "the good old days." (Edit: I see he's been banned. Good riddance.)
omg what the hell?!!! if my dad did this id kill him! he hates tatoos. shouldve waited until u moved out :/ my dad better not do that wen i get mine ! wat u get?!