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Is there a legal term used to describe a non functioning board of managers I.e. disabled o

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Is there a legal term used to describe a non functioning board of managers I.e. disabled or dysfunctional?

Hello Paul,
My name isXXXXX a licensed attorney. Glad to try and help out.
Here's how this works. Yes, there certainly is such a term, or actually a couple of choices, as follows. If the conduct is intentional (deliberate, planned), it called "malfeasance". However, if the actions are unintentional (sloppy, incompetent), the term is "misfeasance". Finally, the terms used to describe a failure to act properly (ignoring, "benign neglect") is "nonfeasance".

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