natural right

noun
any right that exists by virtue of natural law.

Origin:
1680–90

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We have no natural right to intrude on other peoples' planets.
Possession and/or ownership of land are transmitted from generation to
  generation of the same family as a natural right.
Having a meaningful say in the use of our local environment should be a natural
  right.
He is merely exercising a natural right in going as he chooses to con tract his
  labor to earn a living.
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