Legal Consequences of Private Tutoring

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Legal Consequences of Private Tutoring

Postby hrvatskidan » 27 Feb 2012, 14:41

I was just wondering what the consequences for my students would be if I was caught privately tutoring them. Would the legal system interpret them as my employers and fine them on those grounds?
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Re: Legal Consequences of Private Tutoring

Postby Super Hans » 27 Feb 2012, 21:46

What private students? They're your friends, right? And you're just helping them with a spot of homework.
For free.

In any case, your students are not a registered company or an employer.
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Re: Legal Consequences of Private Tutoring

Postby antarcticbeech » 27 Feb 2012, 22:28

Just don't get caught mid conjugation.
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Re: Legal Consequences of Private Tutoring

Postby hrvatskidan » 27 Feb 2012, 23:28

Super Hans wrote:What private students? They're your friends, right? And you're just helping them with a spot of homework.
For free.

In any case, your students are not a registered company or an employer.


A purely hypothetical question...All of us are most willing to help friends in need...(And that's a good point about private students not being registered companies or employers - thanks.)
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