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Noun, 1. neglect of duty - (law) breach of a duty. negligence, nonperformance,
carelessness, neglect - failure to act with the prudence that a reasonable person
An individual's failure to perform properly or neglect of duty is wilful and
misconduct if he or she intentionally, knowingly, or deliberately fails to perform, ...
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22 CFR 13.3 - Liability for neglect of duty or for malfeasance generally; action on
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Neglect of duty is the omission to perform a duty. Neglect of duty has reference to
the neglect or failure on the part of a public officer to do and perform some duty ...
Whoever, being a master, officer, radio operator, seaman, apprentice or other
person employed on any merchant vessel, by willful breach of duty, or by reason
Nov 14, 2007 ... What are sometimes perceived as relatively minor matters such as incivility and
neglect of duty account for almost half of all allegations against ...
Neglect of Duty — a Sin. James Smith. There are sins of omission — as well as
sins of commission. There are sins of neglect — as well as sins of misdoing.
Definition of GROSS NEGLECT OF DUTY: 1. This term is often seen in divorce
papers and means dereliction of marital duties. 2. Used when a public officer has