Tort-claims-act Definition

noun
A law passed by the federal government and by most state governments waiving sovereign immunity from liability in torts for injury or loss of property. The Federal Tort Claims Act of 1946 confers exclusive jurisdiction on the United States District courts to hear claims against the federal government.
Webster's New World Law

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