Malfeasance definition

Malfeasance means with respect to any Entity or person, any act or omission which constitutes fraud, bad faith, willful misconduct or gross negligence, whether in respect of the Council or otherwise.
Malfeasance means a violation of the rules provided in SCR chapter 21 and this chapter.
Malfeasance means (1) any conduct, act or omission that is contrary to the Awardee’s duties as an Employee or that is inimical or in any way contrary to the best interests of the Company or any of its Affiliates, or (2) employment of the Awardee by or association of the Awardee with an organization that competes with the Company or any of its Affiliates.

Examples of Malfeasance in a sentence

  • Malfeasance would be seen by new institutional economists to be averted because clever institutional arrange- ments or safeguards make it too costly to engage in it (Granovetter 1995,.

  • Malfeasance by any program participant, including the failure to apply good management principles and practices, conflicts of interest, and actions taken that would foster violations of law, rules, or regulations governing PCard program participation.

  • The first factor, Government Malfeasance (GM), focuses on allegations of routine criminal conspiracy within governments.

  • Malfeasance: The commission of some act which is unlawful; the doing of an act which is wholly wrongful and unlawful; the doing of an act which a person ought not to perform.Misfeasance: The improper performance of some act which a person may lawfully do; the improper doing of an act which a person might lawfully do.

  • Malfeasance by Board Members, Boards, and Management Companies has become a common occurrence, and homeowners need their State Legislators to enact laws that will better protect them.

More Definitions of Malfeasance

Malfeasance means any act or omission by Service Provider or any of its Affiliates which constitutes actual fraud, willful misconduct, gross negligence or bad faith in connection with such Person’s activities for Company or a material breach by Service Provider of any non-compete, non-solicitation, confidentiality or business opportunity obligation set forth in this Agreement, the Company Agreement or any other agreement between Company and such Person, whether or not such breach is enforceable by injunctive relief; provided, however, that “Malfeasance” shall not include the inadvertent disclosure of Confidential Information or the mere fact that an individual officer or employee of Service Provider is also employed as part of the provision of services outside of the Contract Areas.
Malfeasance means any unlawful act committed by the provider, whether in the course of employment or other- wise.
Malfeasance means such Trustee's bad faith, gross negligence, willful misconduct or other action inconsistent with the terms of this Agreement or any of the other Governing Agreements.
Malfeasance means committing an act that a person has no authority to do, and that is wrong and unlawful.
Malfeasance means, with respect to a Person, actions or omissions constituting (i) fraud or gross negligence, or breach of any fiduciary duty arising under this Agreement (as such duty is modified herein), in each case likely to result in a material adverse effect on the Partnership, (ii) a material breach of this Agreement, material breach of applicable U.S. securities laws in respect of the Interests, or (iii) willful misconduct in connection with his, her or its duties under this Agreement. No action or omission in respect of a material breach of this Agreement described in clause (ii) of this definition of “Malfeasance” will be deemed cured pursuant to the terms of this Agreement unless and until the Partnership is compensated for any damages caused by such Malfeasance and the LP Advisory Committee has approved such cure.
Malfeasance means the willful commission of an unlawful or wrongful act in the performance of a public official's duties which is outside the scope of the authority of the public official and which infringes on the rights of any person or entity.
Malfeasance means wrongdoing or misconduct, such as an act that gives rise to civil liability for damages arising out of profes- sional conduct; or that is harmful or contrary to law; or that is a violation of professional standards or ethical rules; or an act in vi- olation of the public trust.