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immunity from liability

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  • immunity from liability — An exemption from liability based on the nature of the defendant, such as a charitable corporate body; not nonliability under the application of tort law. Anno: 25 ALR2d 36. The rule that a judge is not civilly liable for acts done in the… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Immunity from prosecution (international law) — Immunity from prosecution is a doctrine of international law that allows an accused to avoid prosecution for criminal offences. Immunities are of two types. The first is functional immunity, or immunity ratione materiae . This is an immunity… …   Wikipedia

  • immunity from suit — The removal of certain persons or things from the exercise of jurisdiction for reasons of public policy. The established principle of jurisprudence, applicable in favor of the United States and a state, that the sovereign cannot be sued in its… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Immunity — Immunity: Medicine Immunity (medical), resistance of an organism to infection or disease. Immunity (journal), a scientific journal published by Cell Press Law Amnesty law, immunity from past crimes Charitable immunity, immunity from liability… …   Wikipedia

  • 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

  • immunity, official — n. Personal immunity given to public officials, protecting them from liability for injury caused by acts they have done as part of their official duty. See also sovereign immunity The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of… …   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

  • immunity — Exemption, as from serving in an office, or performing duties which the law generally requires other citizens to perform; e.g. exemption from paying taxes. Freedom or exemption from penalty, burden, or duty. Special privilege. See also exemption… …   Black's law dictionary

  • immunity — Exemption, as from serving in an office, or performing duties which the law generally requires other citizens to perform; e.g. exemption from paying taxes. Freedom or exemption from penalty, burden, or duty. Special privilege. See also exemption… …   Black's law dictionary

  • Immunity (legal) — In law, immunity is the status of a person or body that places them beyond the law and makes them free from legal obligations, such as liability for torts or damages or prosecution under criminal law.* Amnesty law, immunity from past crimes*… …   Wikipedia

  • immunity, impunity — These look alikes mean exemption, but immunity has a larger number of applications. Impunity means only exemption from punishment or freedom from unpleasant consequences : You cannot disobey the law with impunity. No one can exhaust himself… …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions