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Baran and three city directors -- Jay Chesshir, Bill Edwards and Elijah Harris -- were indicted by a Garland County grand jury and charged with nonfeasance of office.
Furthermore, the alleged failure of the City to maintain the tree in question constitutes, at best, simple nonfeasance for which there can be no liability absent prior written notice of the condition.
the distinction between offenses involving nonfeasance and misfeasance was short-lived.
For persons not directly implicated in the scheme, issues of misfeasance, malfeasance or nonfeasance must certainly be raised.
This "peace process" has been tested daily for decades by the misfeasance, malfeasance and nonfeasance of the Palestinian Authority.
A "breach of fiduciary duty" refers to "any breach of a fiduciary or similar duty [owed to an issuer] under an applicable Federal or State statute or at common law, including but not limited to misfeasance, nonfeasance, abdication of duty, abuse of trust, and approval of unlawful transactions.
In the deliberate indifference cases, on the other hand, inmates suffer not as a consequence of statutorily imposed institutionalized cruelty but rather through the ad hoc nonfeasance of state officials.
In effect, this is an attempt to revitalize distinction between nonfeasance and malfeasance by means of a principled comparison with private duties of affirmative action.
The current MTA auction and subway extension schemes raise questions of failure of fiduciary responsibility, malfeasance, nonfeasance and/or incompetence on the part of the government officials involved.
Surely this is an act of negligence, nonfeasance or malfeasance?