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The United States Supreme Court has jurisdiction over all claims against the federal government. The Court has original jurisdiction which means the case does not go through other courts first.

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What court handles property claims against the US government?

The Court of Federal Claims.

What is the job of the US Court of Federal Claims?

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Claims made by individuals against the US Government for damages.

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