[ ba͡ɪ ɹˈa͡ɪt ɒv ˈɒfɪs], [ baɪ ɹˈaɪt ɒv ˈɒfɪs], [ b_aɪ ɹ_ˈaɪ_t ɒ_v ˈɒ_f_ɪ_s]
Related words: hereditary right, inheritance by right of office, succession by right of office, succession rights
How to use "By right of office" in context?
When someone is appointed to a position of authority, they are granted the right by the office they were appointed to. This may include the right to make decisions, to exercise power, and to compel obedience. It also includes the right to immunity from civil and criminal proceedings.
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