CFC Rules That Money-Mandating Statute Does Not Give Rise to Claim for Consequential Damages

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The Tucker Act grants jurisdiction to the U.S. Court of Federal Claims for damages not sounding in tort arising out of various federal statutes. But in order for jurisdiction to be proper, there must be a money-mandating statute under which the claim arises.

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Topics:  Consequential Damages Clause, Tucker Act

Published In: Constitutional Law Updates

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