File a Claim Against a Federal Officer – Forms, Statutes, & Procedure:

     This page contains a transcript of 28 CFR § 14.1 – § 14.11 and STANDARD FORM 95 (prescribed by the U.S. Department of Justice in accordance with 28 CFR § 14.2) for use in filing a claim for damages, injury, or death.

Code of Federal Regulations (“C.F.R.”)
Title 28 – Judicial Administration
CHAPTER I – DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.
PART 14 – ADMINISTRATIVE CLAIMS UNDER FEDERAL TORT CLAIMS ACT

§ 14.1 Scope of regulations.

§ 14.2 Administrative claim; when presented.

§ 14.3 Administrative claim; who may file.

§ 14.4 Administrative claims; evidence and information to be submitted.

§ 14.5 Review by legal officers.

§ 14.6 Dispute resolution techniques and limitations on agency authority.

§ 14.7 [Reserved]

§ 14.8 Investigation and examination.

§ 14.9 Final denial of claim.

§ 14.10 Action on approved claims.

§ 14.11 Supplementing regulations.

     Here is a Tort form that can be filed against Federal Agencies if one of the agency’s officers exceeded their authority & violated your rights under color of law:

FEDERAL TORT FORM SF95
(same form on www.AOC.gov)

More forms available soon.

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