misfeasance


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doing a proper act in a wrongful or injurious manner

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Pinawin and Maestrecampo were found culpable for malfeasance, misfeasance and nonfeasance in the performance of their duties.
Ms Barton QC said Cleveland Police was willing to pay pounds 70,000 basic damages - for the malicious prosecution, misfeasance and loss of liberty, a maximum of pounds 35,000 in aggravated damages, between pounds 30,000 to pounds 35,000 for psychiatric injury and up to pounds 400,000 in loss of potential earnings - depending on what ranking the judge thinks Mr Alam would have achieved.
Gierran, is here by directed and granted authority to conduct an investigation and case buildup to determine possible misfeasance, malfeasance or non-feasance or other violations of law by members of the panel of the NPS [National Prosecution Service] over the dismissal of the case, entitled PNP-CIDG-MCIU v.
Under the Revised Penal Code, malfeasance is doing an act prohibited by law or doing an act ought not to be done while misfeasance is the improper or irregular performance of an act, and nonfeasance is the non-performance, failure or refusal to do an act which a public servant or person is required to do.
The NBI was ordered to "determine the possible misfeasance, malfeasance or non-feasance or other violations of law of Assistant State Prosecutors Michael John Humarang and Aristotle Reyes.
These statements by officials should put paid to erroneous allegations of misfeasance on the company's part, Opap said.
This should deliver a stern warning and reminder that public officials past and present will have to be made accountable for their misfeasance and malfeasance in office in due time.
He successfully sued the force for malicious prosecution and misfeasance in public office.
A spokesman for South Wales Police said: "In the same way as significant civil litigation and the other reviews of the discontinued trial have found, [Mr Horwell] concluded there was no evidence of corruption, malice or misfeasance within the investigation of the former officers and has rejected the need for a public inquiry.
Among their topics are the dynamics of private law and power, redressing inequality in personal credit transactions: 1700-1974, property and power: the judicial redistribution of proprietary rights, a public law tort: understanding misfeasance in public office, and the legitimacy of the company as a source of (private) power.
Their lawyers have applied for a group litigation order (GLO) as the most efficient and cost-effective way to manage the claim for misfeasance in public office against the chief constables of South Yorkshire Police and West Midlands Police.
Their lawyers have applied for a group litigation order (GLO) as the most efficient and costeffective way to manage the claim for misfeasance in public office against the chief constables of South Yorkshire Police and West Midlands Police.
That would amount to false imprisonment and misfeasance in public office, he added.
The committee shall supervise the issues relating to women and in case of any malfeasance or misfeasance, shall put forth its recommendations, for legal action, in accordance with law.
However, there's also a clause that says he can get the ax for "willful misfeasance having a material adverse effect on the company.