Defendants as duly authorized municipal officers issued a building permit to the plaintiff. After plaintiff had acted in reliance thereon defendants for reasons of self-interest and political expediency revoked the permit. Held, defendants as quasi-judicial officers while acting within their jurisdiction are not liable personally in tort for damages resulting from a discretionary act notwithstanding their conduct may have been malicious or corrupt. Wasserman v. City of Kenosha, (Wis. 1935) 258 N. W. 857.
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