Is Title 37 USC 204 (g) the actual law?

sbarq1

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Is Title 37 USC 204 (g) the actual "law" that governs/directs/instructs the military branches to do/pay what amounts when action dictates per their instruction? In short, do the military branches have to by law do what the Title 37 USC states?
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oddpedestrian

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They have to then "interpret" and issue their own regulations this sometimes leads to lawsuits because the regulations are different than the law. If a dispute arises civilians sue in Federal Court asking for declaratory and sometimes injunctive relief. The Federal Court interprets the law and not the regs but administrative law is sometimes too complex for the Courts to even figure out.
 

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The USC is the law passed by Congress and signed by the POTUS. The law sets minimum standards.
 
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