breach of duty

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It says they may be removed upon impeachment and conviction by the Legislature based on proved misconduct, gross breach of duty, inability to perform the functions of their office, or conviction in a court of law for treason, bribery or other infamous crimes.
The letter signed on behalf of Chris Wright, director of corporate services, on Vicky Cooper | behalf of the chief executive, states: "The Health Board accepts that there has been a breach of duty in relation to the care you received in terms of the failure by the vascular team to diagnose your upper limb DVT on your initial presentation.
He said the charges alleged breach of duty, which carries a maximum sentence of life in prison, and that individuals would be named after a further round of investigation.
Students are required to address the following negligence concepts: duty; breach of duty; negligence per se; actual (cause in fact) causation; damages; and defenses to negligence (i.e., contributory vs.
The court held that the plaintiff stated a claim against the county for an alleged breach of duty to provide adequate funding for medical treatment of, and medicines for, the inmate.
You would only be due this if there was a breach of duty towards you causing actual loss.
The court awarded damages of EUR3,035.81 against landowner John McCabe for breach of duty in the control, care and management of the animal.
District Court granted summary judgment against the employees' wage-and-hour claim and in favor of Eckard on the breach of duty of loyalty.
In a premises security case, the plaintiff must prove that the defendant owed a legal duty to protect the plaintiff; that the defendant breached such duty; and that the breach of duty was a proximate cause of both the criminal act and the resulting injury to the plaintiff.
Mr Justice Morland awarded her pounds 2,500 for her claims in breach of confidentiality and breach of duty under the 1998 Data Protection Act plus pounds 1,000 aggravated damages over a subsequent Mirror article which compared her to a "chocolate soldier".
* The breach of duty was the legal cause of the damages to the resident.
* there was no breach of duty by the store-owner to the customer.

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