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2-29. Persons in which of the following situations  would  normally  be eligible  to  submit  a  claim  under the Foreign Claims Act? 1. A citizen of a foreign country for  damage  caused  to  personal property  in  that  country  by  the noncombatant activities of a member  of  the  U.S.  Armed  Forces 2. A member of a foreign armed force for damage to personal property  while  serving  in  the U.S. Armed Forces in the United States 3. A dependent of a member of the U.S. Armed Forces living in a foreign  country  for  damage  done to  personal  property 4. An active duty member stationed in a foreign country for damage done to personal property 2-30. What is the maximum amount payable under  the  Foreign  Claims  Act? 1. $25,000 2. $50,000 3. $100,000 4. $150,000 2-31. After  incurring  a  loss,  an  eligible person  has  what  maximum  amount  of time to submit a claim under the Foreign  Claims  Act? 1. 1 year 2. 2 years 3. 3 years 4. 6 months 2-32. In  which  of  the  following  manners are  claims  submitted  under  the Foreign  Claims  Act  investigated? 1. By  a  one-officer  investigation not  requiring  a  hearing 2. By  an  NLSO  appointed  claims adjudicator 3. By  a  foreign  claims  commission 4. By a court of inquiry 2-33. The Secretary of the Navy is authorized  to  settle  admiralty claims up to what maximum amount? 1. $100,000 2. $500,000 3. $1,000,000 4. $10,000,000 2-34. Which  of  the  following  statements is  NOT  correct  concerning  nonscope claims? 1. The claim must not be able to be dealt with under some other claims  statute 2. Acts by employees of nonappropriated  fund  activities are not covered by the nonscope claims  statute 3. The  property  damage,  personal injury, or death must be caused by a military member or civilian  employee  of  the  armed forces or Coast Guard 4. The acts giving rise to the claims  must  show  negligence  and be within the scope of employment 2-35. What  is  the  maximum  amount  payable by an OEGCMJ under an Article 139 claim for damage in a single incident? 1. $750 2. $2,000 3. $5,000 4. $7,500 2-36. What maximum amount of time does a person have to file a complaint under  Article  139? 1. 180 days 2. 2 years 3. 90 days 4. 30 days 10

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