Recent Examples of misfeasance from the Web
That is a separate process guided by state law, which says a council member must show malfeasance, misfeasance or unfitness for office to be removed.
That is a separate process guided by state law, which says a council member must show malfeasance, misfeasance or unfitness for office in order to be removed.
DiChiro interviewed several witnesses to show that Jaros was guilty of gross misconduct, misfeasance in office, conflict of interest and bias during his time acting as a member of the commission.
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Legal Definition of misfeasance
Origin and Etymology of misfeasance
Anglo-French misfesance, from Middle French mesfaire to do wrong, from mes- wrongly + faire to make, do, from Latin facere
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