Breach of Duty definition

Breach of Duty means the Director or Officer breached or failed to perform his or her duties to the Corporation and his or her breach of or failure to perform those duties is determined, in accordance with Section 8.04, to constitute misconduct under Section 180.0851 (2) (a) 1, 2, 3 or 4 of the Statute.
Breach of Duty means the Executive breached or failed to perform his or her duties to the Corporation or an Affiliate, as the case may be, and the Executive's breach of or failure to perform those duties constituted:
Breach of Duty means the breach of any (i) obligation arising from the express or implied terms of a contract to take reasonable care or exercise reasonable skill in the performance of the contract or (ii) common law duty to take reasonable care or exercise reasonable skill (but not any stricter duty).

Examples of Breach of Duty in a sentence

  • On November 26, 2013, the court dismissed counts II (“Conflicts of Interest and Breach of Duty of Loyalty”) and IV (“Breach of Fiduciary Duty”) of the amended complaint with prejudice, and all other counts without prejudice.

  • Defendant`s Conduct Inconsistent with Standards of PracticeBreach of Duty Defendant`s Conduct Consistent with Standards of PracticeNo Breach of Duty Figure 2.

  • The Department will give the renter a Breach of Duty Notice on the first breach of a duty provision.


More Definitions of Breach of Duty

Breach of Duty means the breach of any obligation arising from the express or implied terms of a contract to take reasonable care or exercise reasonable skill in the performance of the contract.
Breach of Duty means a determination by two-thirds of SPI's Continuing Directors of Executive's willful breach of duty in the course of his employment that is demonstrably and materially injurious to SPI, monetarily or otherwise, or that Executive neglected his employment duties. For purposes of this paragraph 6, no act, or failure to act, on Executive's part shall be deemed willful unless done, or omitted to be done, in bad faith and without Executive's reasonable belief that the action or omission was in the best interest of SPI. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Executive's employment shall not be deemed to have terminated for Breach of Duty unless and until there shall have been delivered to him a copy of a resolution duly adopted by the requisite vote of the Continuing Directors at a meeting of the Continuing Directors called and held for such purpose (after reasonable notice to Executive and an opportunity for Executive, together with counsel, to be heard before the Continuing Directors), finding that in the good faith opinion of the Continuing Directors Executive was guilty of conduct set forth above in this paragraph 6.1.2 and specifying the particulars of such conduct in detail.
Breach of Duty means any act or omission (not being a simple offence or a nonpayment of a mere debt) on complaint of which a Magistrates Court may make an order on any person for the payment of money or for doing or refraining from doing any other act.
Breach of Duty means conduct of a Director or Officer constituting any one or more of the following:
Breach of Duty means in relation to any person, a wilful default (dol), fraud (fraude), illegal dealing, negligence or material breach of any agreement or breach of trust by such person.
Breach of Duty means the Director or Officer breached or failed to perform his or her duties to the Corporation and his or her breach of or failure to perform those duties is determined, in accordance with Section 7.04, to constitute conduct as a result of which the Director or Officer is not entitled to mandatory indemnification under the Statute.