Immunity the term refers to an exemption that a person (individual or corporate) enjoys from the normal operation of the law such as a legal duty or liability, either criminal or civil. For example, members of the Bulgarian parliament have “an immunity” for the 4 years term they join the parliament, which means that they cannot be prosecuted for crimes committed during their tenure as such –  of course not until their immunity is taken away with a decision by the Parliament, or until they do not refuse to hold the immunity. 

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