absolute immunity

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  • absolute immunity — see immunity Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • immunity — im·mu·ni·ty /i myü nə tē/ n pl ties [Latin immunitas, from immunis exempt from public service, exempt, from in non + munis (from munia services)] 1: exemption from a duty or liability that is granted by law to a person or class of persons a… …   Law dictionary

  • absolute — ab·so·lute adj 1 a: free from qualification, condition, exception, or restriction rights that even seem absolute have these qualifications Long v. Rockwood, 277 U.S. 142 (1927) see also absolute ownership at ownership compare …   Law dictionary

  • immunity — /i myooh ni tee/, n., pl. immunities. 1. the state of being immune from or insusceptible to a particular disease or the like. 2. the condition that permits either natural or acquired resistance to disease. 3. the ability of a cell to react… …   Universalium

  • Absolute defense (legal) — Absolute defense is a legal concept for a factual circumstance or argument that, if proven, will end the litigation in favor of the defendant. The concept is not a rigid one. Statutes frequently use the term merely as a synonym to full or… …   Wikipedia

  • Sovereign immunity — Not to be confused with the principle of public international law that the government of a state is normally not amenable before the courts of another state, see State immunity. Sovereign immunity, or crown immunity, is a legal doctrine by which… …   Wikipedia

  • Consular immunity — privileges are described in the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations of 1963 (VCCR).[1][2] Consular immunity offers protections similar to diplomatic immunity, but these protections are not as extensive, given the functional differences… …   Wikipedia

  • Public Interest Immunity — (PII) is a principle of English common law under which the English courts can grant a court order allowing one litigant to refrain from disclosing evidence to the other litigants where disclosure would be damaging to the public interest. This is… …   Wikipedia

  • judicial immunity — The absolute protection from civil liability arising out of the discharge of judicial functions which every judge enjoys. Under doctrine of judicial immunity, a judge is not subject to liability for any act committed within the exercise of his… …   Black's law dictionary

  • State Immunity Act 1978 — The State Immunity Act 1978 is an Act made by the Parliament of the United Kingdom in order to implement the European Convention on State Immunity of 1972 into British law. The doctrine of absolute state immunity was changed to one of restricted… …   Wikipedia

  • Mitchell v. Forsyth — Supreme Court of the United States Argued February 27, 1985 Decided June 19, 1985 …   Wikipedia

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