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The Company filed for chapter 11 protection on Apr. An estimate of its assets was not provided.
The Court gave other interested parties until July 12,to submit qualified bids. If the Debtor receives any competing bids, it will hold an auction on July 13,at A hearing to approve the sale of the assets to the winning bidder is scheduled for July 14, Inks Pact Resolving Texas Taxing Authorities' Claims Certain taxing authorities located in Harris County, Texas, filed various proofs of claim against ANR Rental Corporation and its debtor-affiliates for alleged unpaid and owing ad valorem taxes, plus postpetition interest.
The Debtors objected to the Taxing Authorities' claims. County of Harris, et al. At the Defendants' request, the Court dismissed the proceeding. Thereafter, the Debtors perfected a timely appeal. The parties want to resolve their dispute.
The Debtors' objections to the claims are also deemed withdrawn. The Company filed for chapter 11 protection on November 13, Bankr. Waxman asserts that the order denying the confirmation of AWI's Fourth Amended Plan of Reorganization is not a final order or judgment subject to appeal under 28 U.
Section d or Section Nor is the Order an interlocutory order refusing an injunction and subject to appeal under 28 U. Section a 1.
Waxman puts two questions before Third Circuit if the appellate court want to consider the Appeal's merits: Waxman asserts that the District Court straightforwardly applied the unambiguous language of Section b 2 B ii ; the Class 6 creditors will not be fully paid under the Plan and voted to reject it.
The legal issue thus reduced to whether the Plan provided the Warrants to AWI's equity holder "on account" of its equity interest, and the District Court correctly construed those words to mean "because of. The District Court properly found that AWI's equity holder would receive the Warrants because of its status as the equity holder.
Waxman also points out that the District Court properly analyzed the decisions based on Official Unsecured Creditors Committee v. Waxman explains that the District Court concluded that Section b 2 B ii does not absolutely prohibit creditors from "allocating" or "giving away" their plan distributions to junior creditors or equity holders outside of a plan.
It does plainly prohibit agreements inside a plan if a class of creditors voting against the plan will not be fully paid. Nor does the argument for an "equitable exception" to the absolute priority rule -- first proposed by AWI -- based on In re Penn Cent.
Waxman further argues that the District Court "correctly" ruled that the Congress considered and expressly rejected an exception to Section b 2 B ii that would have permitted "give up" deals between creditors and equity holders that allow those holders to obtain property through a plan where a dissenting class of unsecured creditors did not receive full payment.
Waxman relates that AWI, for the first time, currently maintains that the asbestos-related personal injury claimants in Class 7 "agreed" to allocate the Warrants to AWI's equity holder to "settle" the equity holder's "claims" against AWI, which "claims" resulted from various relationships and transactions arising out of Armstrong Holdings' establishment in as a holding company for AWI and their subsequent joint operation.
Waxman says AWI never raised this argument in the Bankruptcy Court and District Court nor offered those courts any evidence whatsoever to support its assertions regarding the Class 7 creditors' motives and that the delivery of the Warrants "constituted" a settlement payment.
The Committee has been told that the Class 7 Claimants decided to fund AWI's "settlement," because they believed that AWI could not emerge from Chapter 11 and pay unsecured creditors unless and until the equity holder's "claims" are resolved.
The Committee believes that AWI's new "settlement" argument has no merit in any event. Little need be said in response to AWI's argument that the Committee either waived or should be estopped from objecting to the Plan, Mr.
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