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Texas Property Code - PROP § 92.333. Tenant Remedies

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(a)In general

Except as otherwise provided in this section, members of the National Civilian Community Corps shall not, by reason of their status as such members, be considered Federal employees or be subject to the provisions of law relating to Federal employment.

(b)Work-related injuries

(1)In general

For purposes of subchapter I of chapter 81 of Title 5 relating to the compensation of Federal employees for work injuries, members of the Corps shall be considered as employees of the United States within the meaning of the term “employee”, as defined in section 8101 of Title 5.

(2)Special rule

In the application of the provisions of subchapter I of chapter 81 of Title 5 to a person referred to in paragraph (1), the person shall not be considered to be in the performance of duty while absent from the person's assigned post of duty unless the absence is authorized in accordance with procedures prescribed by the Director.

(c)Tort claims procedure

A member of the Corps shall be considered an employee of the United States for purposes of chapter 171 of Title 28 relating to tort claims liability and procedure.

Subject to the limitations of Section 54.016, Water Code, the district shall comply with all applicable requirements of any ordinance or resolution adopted by the city council of the City of Houston, including an ordinance or resolution adopted before September 1, 2005, that consents to the creation of the district or to the inclusion of lands within the district.

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