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Rediscovering an ancient tort

Rediscovering an ancient tort

By Jeremy King and Yusur Al-Azzawi


The recent decision of Mullett has impacted on the development and accessibility of the unusual tort of MiPO, with practical considerations for practitioners seeking to plead misfeasance in tortious litigation. Plaintiffs pursuing actions against the state for alleged misconduct of its officers may have available a host of unusual and unique torts through which to pursue litigation. One such tort, which has existed for more than 300 years, is misfeasance in public office (MiPO).

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