The Tort claim process as the ‘exclusive’ remedy for moral wrongs committed via misapplication of ‘their’ private corporate laws, statutes, policies, etc. by ‘agent/employees’ of government. In the common law, a tort is a civil wrong for which the law provides a remedy. The origins of the modern law of torts lie in the old remedies of trespass and trespass on the case. The term itself comes from French Law and means, literally, ‘a wrong’ (avoir tort = “to be wrong” or “to have wronged [somebody]”). The equivalent body of law in civil law legal systems is delict. A tort is a breach of a non-contractual duty potentially owed to the entire world, imposed by law. The majority of legal claims are brought in tort. This tort process is private – no attorney – no court – no filing fees!