At what age can I move out of my parent's house?

I live in Nebraska where the allowed "age of majority" is 19. Basically- you are refered to as a minor until you are 19. BUT I was looking up the statute of the "emancipation of minor" and it is this-
"All individuals under nineteen years of age are declared to be minors, but in casing any person marries beneath the age of nineteen years, his or her minority ends. Upon becoming the age of majority, a person is considered an adult and acquire all rights and responsibilities granted or imposed by statute or common directive, except that a person eighteen years of age or older and who is not a ward of the state may enter into a binding contract or lease of anything kind or nature and shall be lawfully responsible therefor."
And on that last part (except that a entity eighteen years of age or older and who is not a ward of the state may enter into a binding contract or lease of whatever nature or nature and shall be legally responsible therefor) I interpreted it as proverb that I may sign a lease on a home or some sort of property. So do I have to be 19 to move out? Or 18?
Answers:
You interpreted it correctly and if you move out nothing would be done.


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