(a) Results from action by an enemy or directly or indirectly from an act of the armed services of the United States in combat;
(b) Is purely contractual in nature;
(c) Results wholly or partly from the negligent or wrongful act of the claimant, claimant's agent, or claimant's employee, unless comparative negligence is applicable under local law;
(d) Is for death or personal injury of a United States employee for whom benefits are provided under the Federal Employees' Compensation Act, Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, or any other system of compensation where contribution is made or insurance premiums paid directly or indirectly by the United States on behalf of the injured employee;
(e) Is cognizable under Subpart C or E of this part;
(f) Is for reimbursement for medical, hospital, or burial services furnished at the expense of the United States;
(g) Is one of the following exceptions to the Federal Tort Claims Act, 28 U.S.C. 2680 (a), (b), (e), (f), (h), or (j). (However, a claim falling within the exception contained in 28 U.S.C. 2680 (b) is payable when not prohibited by paragraph (i) of this section.);
(h) Results from a specific risk which the claimant assumed in writing before the incident giving rise to the claim;
(i) Is for damage to or loss of a letter or postal matter while in the possession of the Postal Service;
(j) Is for rent, or other payments involving the acquisition, use, possession, or disposition of real property or interests therein by and for the Coast Guard except as provided in § 25.403(a);
(k) Is for the taking of private property by trespass except for actual physical damage; or
(l) Is for personal injury or death of a member or civilian employee of the armed services of the U.S. whose death or injury was incident to service.
[CGD 80-033, 46 FR 27109, May 18, 1981, as amended by CGD 87-008b, 52 FR 25218, July 6, 1987]
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