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CBO 3 part exam

jar546

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The question concerning misfeasance, malfeasance, nonfeasance was worded in a way as to under what would the contractor sue the official who stopped a job based on construction causing damage to a neighboring property (I think in a different jurisdiction) and then the contractor wins the case and under what can he sue the official. I found this to be a confusing question.
 
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