We derive by lattice theory a universal quantum certainty relation for arbitrary $M$ observables in $N$-dimensional system, which provides a state-independent maximum lower bound on the direct-sum of the probability distribution vectors (PDVs) in terms of majorization relation. While the utmost lower bound coincides with $(1/N,...,1/N)$ for any two orthogonal bases, the majorization certainty relation for $M\geqslant3$ is shown to be nontrivial. The universal majorization bounds for three mutually complementary observables and a more general set of observables in dimension-2 are achieved. It is found that one cannot prepare a quantum state with PDVs of incompatible observables spreading out arbitrarily. Moreover, we obtain a complementary relation for the quantum coherence as well, which characterizes a trade-off relation of quantum coherence with different bases.
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