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Absolute immunity is a form of legal immunity in contrast to qualified immunity. Qualified immunity only applies if specified qualifications are met; absolute immunity is unqualified and unconditional.
- Connecticut Court Rules That Lawyers Can’t Be Sued for Fraud. Insurancejournal.com.
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