dereliction (der-[schwa]-lik-sh[schwa]n), n.

1. Abandonment, esp. through neglect or moral wrong.

dereliction in the performance of duties. Military law. Willful or negligent failure to perform assigned duties; culpable inefficiency in performing assigned duties. [Cases: Military Justice 687. C.J.S. Military Justice ¡ì 68.]

2. An increase of land caused by the receding of a sea, river, or stream from its usual watermark. See RELICTION. [Cases: Navigable Waters 44; Waters and Water Courses 93. C.J.S. Navigable Waters ¡ì 94; Waters ¡ì¡ì 177¨C182, 184¨C185.]

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