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e-CFR Data is current as of September 17, 2014

Title 10Chapter IPart 14


TITLE 10—Energy

CHAPTER I—NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION

PART 14—ADMINISTRATIVE CLAIMS UNDER FEDERAL TORT CLAIMS ACT

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§14.1
Scope of regulations.
§14.3
Limit on attorney fees; penalty.
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Subpart B—FILING PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS

§14.11
Who may file a claim.
§14.13
When is a claim presented to NRC.
§14.15
Where to present a claim to NRC.
§14.17
A claim must be presented to the appropriate agency.
§14.19
When a claim is filed with more than one agency.
§14.21
Filing a claim after an agency final denial.
§14.23
Evidence and information to be submitted.
§14.25
Amending a claim.
§14.27
Time limit.
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Subpart C—COMMISSION ACTION AND AUTHORITY

§14.31
Investigation.
§14.33
Officials authorized to act.
§14.35
Limitation on NRC's authority.
§14.37
Final denial of claim.
§14.39
Reconsideration of a claim.
§14.41
Payment of approved claims.
§14.43
Acceptance of payment constitutes release.
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Subpart D—EMPLOYEE DRIVERS

§14.51
Procedures when employee drivers are sued.
§14.53
Scope of employment report.
§14.55
Removal of State court proceedings.
§14.57
Suit against United States exclusive remedy.


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