Definition of Official immunity
1. Noun. Personal immunity accorded to a public official from liability to anyone injured by actions that are the consequence of exerting official authority.
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Literary usage of Official immunity
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1. Desktop Guide to Good Juvenile Probation Practice by DIANE Publishing Company (1993)
"Immunity which does relate to the individual is called official immunity, ... official immunity comes in three variations and each of the three deserves ..."
2. Federal Regulation of State & Local Governments: The Mixed Record of the 1980S. by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"official immunity Although municipalities and analogous local governments are included among the persons to whom Section 1983 applies, numerous real people ..."
3. Select Cases on the Law of Torts: With Notes, and a Summary of Principles by John Henry Wigmore (1912)
"But when a military officer is involved, the Excuse of official immunity may also be resorted to (post, § 350). (b) Impressment of seamen must always be ..."
4. The Military Commander & the Law edited by Richard A. Gittins (1998)
"Similarly, common law tort suits brought in state courts were dismissed because of the doctrine of official immunity. LIABILITY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL TORTS " Í ..."
5. Supreme Court Reporter by Robert Desty, United States Supreme Court, West Publishing Company (1908)
"The state cannot, in either case, impart to the official immunity from responsibility to the supreme authority of the United States. ..."
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