Malfeasance

(n) Malfeasance is the act of doing something which one should not do or which one is prohibited from doing by a legal or moral obligation, with an intention to do wrong. Eg. Marking attendance without presenting in the office
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malfeasance

[n] - wrongful conduct by a public official
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Malfeasance

• (n.) The doing of an act which a person ought not to do; evil conduct; an illegal deed.
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malfeasance

noun wrongful conduct by a public official
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Malfeasance

MalĀ·fea'sance noun [ French malfaisance , from malfaisant injurious, doing ill; mal ill, evil + faisant doing, present participle of faire to do. See Malice , Feasible , and confer Maleficence .] (Law) The doing of an act which a perso...
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MALFEASANCE

Commission of a wrongful act; evildoing; wrongful conduct. his term is often used when a professional or public official commits an illegal act that interferes with the performance of his or her duties.
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malfeasance

Committing an unlawful act. Often used to describe misconduct by public officials. Compare nonfeasance.
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Malfeasance

Evil doing, ill conduct; the commission of some act which is positively prohibited by law.
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malfeasance

evil-doing; illegal activities
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Malfeasance

Intentionally doing something that is illegal. This term is often used when a professional or public official commits an illegal act that interferes with the performance of his or her duties. For example, an elected official who accepts a bribe in exchange for political favors has committed malfeasance. Compare: misfeasance, nonfeasance
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malfeasance

malfeasance Evil-doing; specifically, official misconduct on the part of someone in public employment.
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malfeasance

n. intentionally doing something either legally or morally wrong which one had no right to do. It always involves dishonesty, illegality or knowingly exceeding authority for improper reasons. Malfeasance is distinguished from "misfeasance," which is committing a wrong or error by mistake, negligence or inadvertence, but not by intentional wrongdoin...
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Malfeasance

The unjust performance of some act which the party had no right, or which he had contracted not to do. It differs from misfeasance, and nonfeasance.
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malfeasance

wrongful conduct by a public official
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