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Do I need to file a lawsuit to get a bounty?

Yes. Under the federal False Claims Act, an individual may only recover a bounty if he or she initiates a lawsuit. A person who initiates such a lawsuit is called a “Relator.” The same is true with regard to the New York State and New York City False Claims Acts.

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