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Immunity may refer to:
- Immunity (medical), resistance of an organism to infection or disease.
- Immunity (journal), a scientific journal published by Cell Press
- Absolute immunity, a type of immunity for government officials that confers total immunity when acting in the course of their duties
- Amnesty law, a law that provides immunity for past crimes
- Charitable immunity, immunity from liability granted to charities in many countries from the 19th century to the mid-20th century
- Diplomatic immunity, agreement between sovereign governments to exclude diplomats from local laws
- Immunity from prosecution (international law), exclusion of governments or their officials from prosecution under international law
- Judicial immunity, immunity of a judge or magistrate in the course of their official duties
- Parliamentary immunity, immunity granted to elected officials during their tenure and in the course of their duties
- Qualified immunity, in the United States, immunity of individuals performing tasks as part of the government's actions
- Sovereign immunity, the prevention of lawsuits or prosecution against rulers or governments without their given consent
- Sovereign immunity in the United States, the legal privilege by which the American federal, state, and tribal governments cannot be sued
- Spousal privilege, also called spousal immunity, protects a spouse from testifying against the defendant
- State immunity, principle of international law that the government of a state is not amenable before the courts of another state
- Witness immunity, immunity granted to a witness in exchange for testimony
- Immunity (Rupert Hine album)
- Immunity (Jon Hopkins album)
- Immunity (reality television), a condition which protects a contestant on a reality TV show from being kicked off the show in a given period
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