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absolute right meaning

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  • [Law]
    A right set out in the European Convention on Human Rights thatcannot be interfered with lawfully, no matter how important the public interest in doing so might be. Absolute rights include freedom of thought, conscience, and religion and the prohibitions on torture, inhuman treatment or punishment, and degrading treatment or punishment. Compare QUALIFIED RIGHT.

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  1. men don't aspire after the absolute right.
  2. the lead auditor has the absolute right to decide the rating
  3. however, personal data privacy is not an absolute right
  4. the institute reserves the absolute right to alter the course fee without prior notice
  5. i must in all things be guided by him, for as god he has absolute right to me

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