constitutional immunity

Definition of "constitutional immunity"
  1. It is a form of protection granted by a constitution, for example, the U.S. Constitution, that exempts an individual or entity from specific obligations, such as taxes
How to use "constitutional immunity" in a sentence
  1. As a foreign diplomat, she benefits from constitutional immunity which exempts her from certain local taxes.
  2. The city didn’t have the power to tax the federal property due to the principle of constitutional immunity.
  3. Despite the allegations, the senator can't be prosecuted because he has constitutional immunity while holding office.

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