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Individuals who pay property taxes could also request an accounting of a town’s finances from a judge and raise legal claims of malfeasance, but experts said that’s probably a long shot.
The NCAA’s handling of the women’s basketball tournament is either malpractice or malfeasance.
Specifically, individuals who come forward with evidence of financial malfeasance are entitled to receive up to 30% of money seized by the Treasury or Justice Departments when their information leads to successful law enforcement actions.
In a normal year, the wickedest corporate scandals and worst executive malfeasance are impossible to forget.
When whistleblowers, journalists, and short-sellers like Perring leveled allegations of malfeasance at Wirecard in 2019, Germany’s securities regulator, BaFin, investigated the tattlers instead.
I never heard of any of them being removed for incompetency, dereliction of duty or malfeasance.
The knowledge of this added treachery hath come to me but recently; and this also was of Rizzo's malfeasance.
THE ROYAL PAWN OF VENICEMRS. LAWRENCE TURNBULL
Removals were made for neglect of duty, malfeasance in office, refusing to obey orders, and obstructing Reconstruction.
Don Nicholas de Ovando pleaded smoothly the Sovereign's most strict command which in any to disobey were plain malfeasance!
1492MARY JOHNSTON
At Sienna he learned that his house had been pillaged and burned and he himself had been accused of malfeasance in office.

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