unliquidated claim

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We refer to the filed unliquidated claim in the United States Bankruptcy Court in relation to the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy which has since been classed as an allowed claim in the amount of USD86,513.
12) An equitable distribution claim is an unliquidated claim at every stage prior to final judgment, and a clear legal right does not exist prior to that point.
Great Bay also has an administrative claim of $684,100 for power delivered between December 2, 2001 and December 21, 2001, and an unliquidated claim for damages resulting from the termination of the contracts.
The Liquidating Trustee hopes to make an initial distribution to holders of Class 3A Claims prior to the end of June, provided that it can reach an agreement with the contingent and unliquidated claim holders on the establishment of appropriate reserves.
In 2009, the Illinois legislature considered and rejected an amendment to the Illinois Rules of Civil Procedure that would have, for the first time, allowed recovery of prejudgment interest on unliquidated claims, including negligence-based tort claims.
The distinction between liquidated and unliquidated claims is closely linked to this "penalty theory" of prejudgment interest.
For example, the Comments to section 1 of the Uniform Unclaimed Property Act (1995) state that "The requirement that the right be `fixed and certain' excludes unliquidated claims from the coverage of the Act, such as disputed tort claims.
A trustee now values contingent and unliquidated claims without going to the court.
30, 2009, many of which were contingent, unliquidated claims.
The Second Claims Process covers claims arising between June 1, 2003 and October 18, 2005 as well as contingent or unliquidated claims of any nature outstanding on October 18, 2005.