40 CFR 14.12 - Principal types of unallowable claims.

§ 14.12 Principal types of unallowable claims.
Claims that ordinarily will not be allowed include:
(a) Loss or damage totaling less than $25;
(b) Money or currency, except when deposited with an authorized government agency for safekeeping;
(c) Loss or damage to an item of extraordinary value or to an antique where the item was shipped with household goods, unless the employee filed a valid appraisal or authentication with the carrier prior to shipment of the item;
(d) Loss of bankbooks, checks, notes, stock certifications, money orders, or travelers checks;
(e) Property owned by the United States unless the employee is financially responsible for it to another government agency;
(f) Claims for loss or damage to a bicycle or a private motor vehicle, unless allowable under § 14.11(b)(6);
(g) Losses of insurers or subrogees;
(h) Losses recoverable from insurers or carriers;
(i) Losses recovered or recoverable pursuant to contract;
(j) Claims for damage or loss caused, in whole or in part, by the negligent or wrongful acts of the employee or his/her agent;
(k) Property used for personal business or profit;
(l) Theft from the possession of the employee unless the employee took reasonable precautions to protect the item from theft;
(m) Property acquired, possessed or transported in violation of law or regulations;
(n) Unserviceable property; or
(o) Damage or loss to an item during shipment of household goods where the damage or loss was caused by the employee's negligence in packing the item.

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