32 CFR 842.107 - Who are proper claimants.

§ 842.107 Who are proper claimants.
Only certain individuals are proper claimants under this subpart. Proper claimants include:
(a) Citizens and inhabitants of the United States.
(b) States or territories and their agencies, unless it is the state of the ANG member who caused the injury or property damage.
(c) Counties, municipalities, or units of local government, unless they are in the state of the ANG member who caused the injury or property damage.
(d) Persons in foreign countries who are not inhabitants of a foreign country.
(e) Property owners, their representatives, and those with certain legal relationships with the record owner, including mortgagors, mortgagees, trustees, bailees, lessees and conditional vendees.
(f) Subrogees, to the extent they have paid the claim.

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