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Title 28Chapter IPart 104


TITLE 28—Judicial Administration

CHAPTER I—DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE (CONTINUED)

PART 104—SEPTEMBER 11TH VICTIM COMPENSATION FUND

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Subpart A—GENERAL; ELIGIBILITY

§104.1
Purpose.
§104.2
Eligibility definitions and requirements.
§104.3
Other definitions.
§104.4
Personal Representative.
§104.5
Foreign claims.
§104.6
Amendments to this part.
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Subpart B—FILING FOR COMPENSATION

§104.21
Presumptively covered conditions.
§104.22
Filing for compensation.
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Subpart C—CLAIM INTAKE, ASSISTANCE, AND REVIEW PROCEDURES

§104.31
Procedure for claims evaluation.
§104.32
Eligibility review.
§104.33
Hearing.
§104.34
Publication of awards.
§104.35
Claims deemed abandoned by claimants.
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Subpart D—AMOUNT OF COMPENSATION FOR ELIGIBLE CLAIMANTS

§104.41
Amount of compensation.
§104.42
Applicable state law.
§104.43
Determination of presumed economic loss for decedents.
§104.44
Determination of presumed noneconomic losses for decedents.
§104.45
Determination of presumed economic loss for claimants who suffered physical harm.
§104.46
Determination of presumed noneconomic losses for claimants who suffered physical harm.
§104.47
Collateral sources.
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Subpart E—PAYMENT OF CLAIMS

§104.51
Payments to eligible individuals.
§104.52
Distribution of award to decedent's beneficiaries.
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Subpart F—LIMITATIONS

§104.61
Limitation on civil actions.
§104.62
Time limit on filing claims.
§104.63
Subrogation.
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Subpart G—MEASURES TO PROTECT THE INTEGRITY OF THE COMPENSATION PROGRAM

§104.71
Procedures to prevent and detect fraud.
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Subpart H—ATTORNEY FEES

§104.81
Limitation on Attorney Fees.

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