qualified right

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A right set out in the European Convention on Human Rights that will only be violated if the interference with it is not proportionate (see proportionality). An interference with a qualified right that is not proportionate to the legitimate aim being pursued will not be lawful. Compare absolute right.

Subjects: Law.

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