diplomatic immunity


noun

  1. exemption from taxation, searches, arrest, etc., enjoyed by diplomatic officials and their dependent families under international law, and usually on a reciprocal basis.

noun

  1. the immunity from local jurisdiction and exemption from taxation in the country to which they are accredited afforded to diplomats

Exemption of diplomats — ambassadors and other representatives of a foreign nation — from the laws of the nation to which they are assigned.

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