Chapter 11


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Chapter 11

(US) part of the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1978 that allows an alternative to liquidation under Chapter 7. The business is preserved as a going concern. There is usually no trustee, and the business maybe conducted by a committee of creditors. The debtor is given 120 days to submit a plan for liquidation or reorganization. All significant decisions need to be approved by the Bankruptcy Court. For the UK process of administration, see ADMINISTRATOR.
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based renewable energy business, announced today that it has reached an agreement in principle with Countryside Power Income Fund ("Countryside" or "the Fund") concerning the principal issue in USEB's Chapter 11 filing in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.
Commenting on the plan, Doug Steenland, Northwest Airlines president and chief executive officer, said, "The filing of our plan of reorganization is a key milestone in our ongoing restructuring efforts and begins Northwest's emergence from Chapter 11 protection.
Prior to its Chapter 11 filing, USEB's annual principal and interest payments to Countryside were approximately CAD $13.
based renewable energy business, today reported that it has filed for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the U.
The Court's approval today, allowing DURA full access to the DIP financing, ensures that DURA can fund normal business operations and continue its operational restructuring program, key goals of its Chapter 11 financial restructuring.
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and Canada, accounting for approximately 51% of DURA's revenue, are not part of the Chapter 11 proceedings nor are they part of the Canadian Court proceedings.
and Canada subsidiaries, which were included in the Chapter 11 filing, and did not include available cash from DURA's European and other operations outside the U.
had received a commitment for exit financing to fund the Company's emergence from chapter 11.
together with Foamex International and the other Foamex entities that are chapter 11 debtors, collectively, the "Company"), has received a commitment for exit financing to fund the Company's emergence from chapter 11.
NEW YORK -- Navigator Gas Transport plc and its affiliated companies announced today that they have emerged from chapter 11 by completing the reorganization provided for under the chapter 11 plan proposed by the Official Creditors Committee appointed in Navigator's chapter 11 case.
Harrison has extensive experience in insolvency proceedings, workouts and liquidations on behalf of debtors, creditors and trustees, including representing foreign and domestic, public and private corporations, financial institutions, underwriters and governmental creditors in Chapter 11 reorganizations, structured financings, distressed trades, asset and stock sales, and acquisitions.