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TITLE 39—Postal Service

CHAPTER I—UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

SUBCHAPTER N—PROCEDURES

PART 912—PROCEDURES TO ADJUDICATE CLAIMS FOR PERSONAL INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE ARISING OUT OF THE OPERATION OF THE U.S. POSTAL SERVICE

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§912.1
Claims responsibility.
§912.2
Applicability of Federal Tort Claims Act.
§912.3
Time limit for filing.
§912.4
Place of filing.
§912.5
Administrative claim; when presented.
§912.6
Administrative claim; who may file.
§912.7
Evidence and information to be submitted.
§912.8
Sufficiency of evidence and information submitted.
§912.9
Final denial of claim.
§912.10
Action on approved claims.
§912.11
Exclusiveness of remedy.
§912.12
Review by legal officers.
§912.13
Attorneys' fees.
§912.14
Conclusiveness of remedy.


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