32 CFR 536.42 - Constitutional torts.

§ 536.42 Constitutional torts.
A claim for violation of the U.S. Constitution does not constitute a state tort and is not cognizable under any subpart. A constitutional claim will be scrutinized in order to determine whether it is totally or partially payable as a state tort. For example, a Fifth Amendment taking may be payable in an altered form as a real estate claim. For further discussion see DA Pam 27-162, paragraph 2-36.

Title 32 published on 2014-07-01

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United States Code
U.S. Code: Title 10 - ARMED FORCES
U.S. Code: Title 28 - JUDICIARY AND JUDICIAL PROCEDURE
U.S. Code: Title 31 - MONEY AND FINANCE
U.S. Code: Title 32 - NATIONAL GUARD
U.S. Code: Title 36 - PATRIOTIC AND NATIONAL OBSERVANCES, CEREMONIES, AND ORGANIZATIONS
U.S. Code: Title 38 - VETERANS’ BENEFITS
U.S. Code: Title 39 - POSTAL SERVICE
USC: Title 46a
Statutes at Large