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1. What gives the caster the right to cast any spell on an unwilling target?
2. What gives the caster the right to determine that the target should view the caster as a friendly acquaintance for an hour?
1) The morals of medieval society, where even having a knight come and take your wife was a "blessing". Or put simply, having the power to do so gives itself inherent rights to its use. Just as a conqueror who claims a land now has authority over its subjects just because he took it.
2) His education level and competence at the magic he practices. Lawyers can choose to support innocent people or criminals. They have to right to decide which. What gives a bouncer the right to eject an unruly bar patron? His muscles.