What kind of damages does the State Treasury compensate?

The State Treasury processes claims for compensation on the grounds of an error or omission by an official. This means that the State Treasury processes claims for compensation for damages when the damage is suspected to have been caused by deliberate or careless operations by an authority.

  • A damage is not perceived as having been caused by an error or omission by an authority, for instance, when a claim for compensation has been filed for damages caused by animals or a natural phenomenon. These damages include, for example, crop failures, which are compensated by the state within the frameworks of support-like reimbursement systems.
  • A claim for compensation is also not grounded on an error or omission by an authority when the caused damage is an outcome of a decision by the said authority. These include, e.g., conservation and redemption decisions made by officials.
Published 2015-03-02 at  8:57 , updated 2015-03-02 at  8:56
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