45 CFR 2554.3 - What is a claim?

§ 2554.3 What is a claim?
(a) Claim means any request, demand, or submission:
(1) Made to the Corporation for property, services, or money;
(2) Made to a recipient of property, services, or money from the Corporation or to a party to a contract with the Corporation for property or services, or for the payment of money. This provision applies only when the claim is related to property, services or money from the Corporation or to a contract with the Corporation; or
(3) Made to the Corporation which decreases an obligation to pay or account for property, services, or money.
(b) A claim can relate to grants, loans, insurance, or other benefits, and includes the Corporation guaranteed loans made by participating lenders. A claim is made when it is received by the Corporation, an agent, fiscal intermediary, or other entity acting for the Corporation, or when it is received by the recipient of property, services, or money, or the party to a contract.
(c) Each voucher, invoice, claim form, or individual request or demand for property, services, or money constitutes a separate claim.

Title 45 published on 2013-10-01

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