Social Sciences

Examples of subjective rights

The subjective right is the power or faculty granted to a person (individual or collective) by the objective right, to make possess or demand something. Unlike objective law, which is the set of imperative-attributive norms that govern human conduct in social life.

Some examples of subjective rights are: – The right to life – The right to free expression – The right to sell something that you own – Right to donate – Right to collect a debt – Right to freedom –

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