December 7 2012

Legal Vocabulary: Misfeasance vs. Malfeasance vs. Nonfeasance

Misfeasance is defined as “The wrongful performance of a normally lawful act.” Malfeasance is defined as “The performance by a public official of an act that is legally unjustified, harmful, or contrary to law.” Nonfeasance is a failure to act.

Machine Briefs:
Misfeasance= MIFZ or MIZ/FAOEFNS
Malfeasance= MAFZ or MAL/FAOEFNS
Nonfeasance= NOFZ or NAUN/FAOEFNS

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Posted December 7, 2012 by Elsie Villega in category "Briefs", "Legal", "Vocabulary


  1. By Virginia T. Kempson on


    I must have missed ur beginning dictionary briefs from Day 1, until.–Oh, yeah,! I have some.. I’ll have a few for U SWLS PHRASES. LOG IN TO CHECK…

  2. By Virginia T. Kempson on


    Luv thez (these) Medical Terms. & Kegak Terms…


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