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TITLE 32—National Defense

Subtitle A—DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER V—DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

SUBCHAPTER A—AID OF CIVIL AUTHORITIES AND PUBLIC RELATIONS

PART 516—LITIGATION

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§516.1
Purpose.
§516.2
References.
§516.3
Explanation of abbreviations and terms.
§516.4
Responsibilities.
§516.5
Restriction on contact with DOJ.
§516.6
Appearance as counsel.
§516.7
Mailing addresses.
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Subpart B—SERVICE OF PROCESS

§516.8
General.
§516.9
Service of criminal process within the United States.
§516.10
Service of civil process within the United States.
§516.11
Service of criminal process outside the United States.
§516.12
Service of civil process outside the United States.
§516.13
Assistance in serving process overseas.
§516.14
Service of process on DA or Secretary of Army.
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Subpart C—REPORTING LEGAL PROCEEDINGS TO HQDA

§516.15
General.
§516.16
Individual and supervisory procedures upon commencement of legal proceedings.
§516.17
SJA or legal adviser procedures.
§516.18
Litigation alleging individual liability.
§516.19
Injunctive relief.
§516.20
Habeas Corpus.
§516.21
Litigation against government contractors.
§516.22
Miscellaneous reporting requirements.
§516.23
Litigation reports.
§516.24
Preservation of evidence.
§516.25
DA Form 4.
§516.26
Unsworn declarations under penalty of perjury.
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Subpart D—INDIVIDUAL LIABILITY

§516.27
Scope.
§516.28
Policy.
§516.29
Federal statutes and regulations.
§516.30
Procedures for obtaining certification and DOJ representation.
§516.31
Private counsel at government expense.
§516.32
Requests for indemnification.
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Subpart E—LEGAL PROCEEDINGS INITIATED BY THE UNITED STATES MEDICAL CARE AND PROPERTY CLAIMS

§516.33
General.
§516.34
Referral of medical care and property claims for litigation.
§516.35
Preparation of claims for litigation.

Assertion of Other Claims

§516.36
Referral to Litigation Division.
§516.37
Proceedings to repossess government real property or quarters or to collect delinquent rent.
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Subpart F—ENVIRONMENTAL LITIGATION

§516.38
Scope.
§516.39
Duties and procedures.
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Subpart G—RELEASE OF INFORMATION AND APPEARANCE OF WITNESSES SCOPE

§516.40
General.
§516.41
Policy.
§516.42
Reference to HQDA.

Release of Records in Connection With Litigation

§516.43
Release of Army and other agency records.
§516.44
Determination of release authorization.
§516.45
Records determined to be releasable.
§516.46
Records determined not to be releasable.

DA Personnel as Witnesses in Private Litigation

§516.47
Response to subpoenas, orders, or requests for witnesses.
§516.48
Official information.
§516.49
Expert witnesses.
§516.50
Interference with mission.

Litigation in Which the United States Has an Interest

§516.51
Response to subpoenas, orders, or requests for witnesses.
§516.52
Expert witnesses.
§516.53
News media and other inquiries.

Status, Travel, and Expenses of Witnesses

§516.54
Witnesses for the United States.
§516.55
Witnesses for a State or private litigant.
§516.56
Witnesses before foreign tribunals.
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Subpart H—REMEDIES IN PROCUREMENT FRAUD AND CORRUPTION

§516.57
Purpose.
§516.58
Policies.
§516.59
Duties and procedures.
§516.60
Procurement fraud and irregularities programs at MACOMs.
§516.61
Reporting requirements.
§516.62
PFD and HQ USACIDC coordination.
§516.63
Coordination with DOJ.
§516.64
Comprehensive remedies plan.
§516.65
Litigation reports in civil recovery cases.
§516.66
Administrative and contractual actions.
§516.67
Overseas cases of fraud or corruption.
§516.68
Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act (PFCRA).
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Subpart I—COOPERATION WITH THE OFFICE OF SPECIAL COUNSEL

§516.69
Introduction.
§516.70
Policy.
§516.71
Duties.
§516.72
Procedures.
§516.73
Assistance from HQDA.
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Subpart J—SOLDIERS SUMMONED TO SERVE ON STATE AND LOCAL JURIES

§516.74
General.
§516.75
Policy.
§516.76
Exemption determination authority.
§516.77
Procedures for exemption.
§516.78
Status, fees, and expenses.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 516—References
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 516—Mailing Addresses
Appendix
Appendix C to Part 516—Department of Defense Directive 5405.2, Release of Official Information in Litigation and Testimony by DoD Personnel as Witnesses
Appendix
Appendix D to Part 516—Department of Defense Directive 7050.5, Coordination of Remedies for Fraud and Corruption Related to Procurement Activities
Appendix
Appendix E to Part 516—Department of Defense Directive 5505.5, Implementation of the Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act
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Appendix F to Part 516—Glossary
Appendix
Appendix G to Part 516—Figures


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