New York Consolidated Laws, Court of Claims Act - CTC § 8-a. Torts of militia members and military and naval employees

1. The state hereby waives its immunity from liability and action with respect to the torts of members of the organized militia and employees in the division of military and naval affairs of the executive department in the operation, maintenance and control of vehicles, including aircraft, owned by the state or issued or loaned or assigned to the state by the United States for the use of such organized militia or such employees, and in the operation, maintenance and control of armories devoted to the use of the organized militia of the state, while acting within the scope and in the performance of their duties in the military service of the state, except while engaged in the active service of the state pursuant to sections five , six or seven of the military law .  The state hereby assumes such liability and consents to have the same determined in accordance with the same rules of law as applied to actions in the supreme court, provided the claimant complies with the limitations of this article.  Nothing herein contained shall be construed to effect a waiver of immunity from liability and action or an assumption of liability with respect to the claim of any person in, or formerly in, the military service of the state, arising out of or in connection with such person's military service on behalf of the state;  nor shall anything herein contained be construed to affect, alter or repeal any provision of the military law or the workmen's compensation law.  The waiver of immunity and the assumption of liability contained in this section shall not in any event apply in circumstances where under the laws of the United States liability has been or is hereafter assumed by the United States, to the extent of such assumption of liability under the laws of the United States.

2. Repealed

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