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Title 32Subtitle AChapter VISubchapter EPart 750


TITLE 32—National Defense

Subtitle A—DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER VI—DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY

SUBCHAPTER E—CLAIMS

PART 750—GENERAL CLAIMS REGULATIONS

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS FOR CLAIMS

§750.1
Scope of subpart A.
§750.2
Investigations: In general.
§750.3
Investigations: The report.
§750.4
Claims: In general.
§750.5
Claims: Proper claimants.
§750.6
Claims: Presentment.
§750.7
Claims: Action by receiving command.
§750.8
Claims: Responsibility of the Tort Claims Unit Norfolk.
§750.9
Claims: Payments.
§750.10
Claims: Settlement and release.
§750.11
Claims: Denial.
§750.12
Claims: Action when suit filed.
§750.13
Claims: Single service responsibility.
§§750.14-750.20
[Reserved]
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Subpart B—FEDERAL TORT CLAIMS ACT

§750.21
Scope of subpart B.
§750.22
Exclusiveness of remedy.
§750.23
Definitions.
§750.24
Statutory/regulatory authority.
§750.25
Scope of liability.
§750.26
The administrative claim.
§750.27
Information and supporting documentation.
§750.28
Amendment of the claim.
§750.29
Investigation and examination.
§750.30
Denial of the claim.
§750.31
Reconsideration.
§750.32
Suits under the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA).
§750.33
Damages.
§750.34
Settlement and payment.
§750.35
Attorney's fees.
§750.36
Time limitations.
§§750.37-750.40
[Reserved]
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Subpart C—MILITARY CLAIMS ACT

§750.41
Scope of subpart C.
§750.42
Statutory authority.
§750.43
Claims payable.
§750.44
Claims not payable.
§750.45
Filing claim.
§750.46
Applicable law.
§750.47
Measure of damages for property claims.
§750.48
Measure of damages in injury or death cases.
§750.49
Delegations of adjudicating authority.
§750.50
Advance payments.
§750.51
Final disposition.
§750.52
Appeal.
§750.53
Cross-servicing.
§750.54
Payment of costs, settlements, and judgments related to certain medical or legal malpractice claims.
§750.55
Attorney's fees.
§§750.56-750.60
[Reserved]
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Subpart D—CLAIMS NOT COGNIZABLE UNDER ANY OTHER PROVISION OF LAW

§750.61
Scope of subpart D.
§750.62
Statutory authority.
§750.63
Definitions.
§750.64
Claim procedures.
§750.65
Statute of limitations.
§750.66
Officials with authority to settle.
§750.67
Scope of liability.
§750.68
Claims not payable.
§750.69
Measure of damages.


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