What dose it mean YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO DO THAT?
and whats the negative form of this sentence?
Or "You don't have the right".
My feeling that 'You have no, right' is more common than 'You don't have the right' in BrE was confirmed by the British National Corpus - 26 examples of the former, none of the latter. I was a little surprised to find that the former was also more common in AmE; the Corpus of Contemporary American showed 116 examples, with 51 for the latter.