2017 Tennessee Code
Title 20 - Civil Procedure
Chapter 13 - Actions by and Against State
§ 20-13-102. Actions against state prohibited.

Universal Citation: TN Code § 20-13-102 (2017)
  • (a) No court in the state shall have any power, jurisdiction or authority to entertain any suit against the state, or against any officer of the state acting by authority of the state, with a view to reach the state, its treasury, funds or property, and all such suits shall be dismissed as to the state or such officers, on motion, plea or demurrer of the law officer of the state, or counsel employed for the state.
  • (b) No statutory or other provision authorizing the University of Tennessee and its board of trustees to sue and be sued shall constitute a waiver of sovereign immunity.
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