Misfeasance definition

Misfeasance or “malfeasance” in office means any wrongful conduct that affects, interrupts, or interferes with the performance of official duty;
Misfeasance means performing a proper act in a wrongful or injurious manner or the improper performance of an act which might have been lawfully done.

Examples of Misfeasance in a sentence

Misfeasance - The performance of a lawful action in an illegal manner.

Misfeasance shall be defined as performing a lawful action in an unethical, illegal, or improper manner.

Misfeasance: The improper or unlawful performance of an act that is lawful or proper.

Misfeasance is now recognized as imputable to an arbitrary discharge of duty.

Misfeasance in office (the doing of a lawful act in an unlawful manner).


More Definitions of Misfeasance

Misfeasance means the improper performance of a lawful act by a licensee.
Misfeasance means the negligent performance of the duties of a public official or the negligent failure to perform a specific act that is a required part of the duties of the public official.
Misfeasance or “malfeasance” in office means any wrongful conduct
Misfeasance means the improper performance of some act which a person may lawfully do.
Misfeasance has the meaning specified in Section 2.02(b).
Misfeasance means the performance of an official duty in an improper manner.
Misfeasance means “lawful act performed in a wrongful manner.”