Federal Tort Claims Act

A statute that limits federal sovereign immunity and allows recovery in federal court for tort damages caused by federal employees, but only if the law of the state where the injury occurred would hold a private person liable for the injury. 28 USCA §§ 2671–2680. — Abbr. FTCA. See sovereign immunity under IMMUNITY(1). [Cases: United States 78. C.J.S. United States §§ 149–151, 179.]
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