Roncarelli appears in most histories of the evolution of a specifically public law tort of misfeasance
in public office, although no such label appeared in the case itself.
However, to the author's knowledge, the claim by Abdelrazik will be the most high-profile instance of misfeasance
in a public office being claimed for the exercise of a prerogative power (i.
Breach of fiduciary duty: Recognized at common law, including misfeasance
, nonfeasance, abdication of duty, abuse of trust and/or the approval of unlawful transactions.
How often are the "lost" or "missing" records at the very heart of the alleged misfeasance
While corporate greed, malfeasance, misfeasance
and nonfeasance dominate today's headlines, as well as rob shareholders and employees and erode confidence in the stock market, let's be reassured in knowing that the vast majority of American businesspersons run their companies with probity and civility--and still turn a profit.
Taking shots at the government for some malfeasance or misfeasance
is, in editor's parlance, "shooting fish in a barrel.
When the legislature amended [the professional negligence limitations statute in 1996] to apply a three-year limitations period to all nonmedical malpractice actions, whether based on tort or contract, it ended one quandary but exposed another: Who are the `professionals' whose misfeasance
toward clients is subject to the shortened limitations period?
Of course, banking supervisors have broad powers that allow us to remove an audit firm if there is evidence of nonfeasance, misfeasance
, or malfeasance.
In addition to disputing the allegations of misfeasance
, Salomon raised the pure legal defense that ERISA provides only for suit against the fiduciary (i.
The bailouts, approaching $8 trillion, are rewarding misfeasance
, malfeasance, and poor judgment.
His widow Mary is now taking legal action against the Ministry of Defence and General Frank Kitson, claiming her husband died because of negligence and misfeasance
Besides, Keldibekov is charged under 304th Article of the Criminal Code - misfeasance
in public office.