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Combined Plan and Disclosure Statement (Judge Tucker)

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REQUIREMENTS FOR INFORMATION TO INCLUDE IN THE COMBINED PLAN AND DISCLOSURE STATEMENT1 (Judge Tucker) I. II. The Plan of Reorganization. A description of the debtor. A. The debtor is: an individual (or, if a joint petition, a husband and wife); a partnership consisting of (identify the general partners and any limited partners, and the percentage interest of each); a corporation (identify the state in which chartered, and the officers and directors). If the debtor is a corporation, state whether the debtor is reorganizing and continuing its business, or liquidating its assets and not continuing its business. Describe the principals. 1. Their background. 2. Their annual salary, compensation, draw or other remuneration, including fringe benefits. 3. Their legal relationships, if any, with the debtor, e.g., lessor, lessee, creditor of the estate, debtor of the estate. a. If any such relationships exist, fully explain the details. b. If a lessor-lessee relationship exists, disclose the rental paid or received by the debtor and whether it is a fair rental. Describe the debtor's business, its industry group and the causes for the Chapter 11 filing. B. C. III. Post-petition events of significance. A. B. Disclose all post-petition transfers outside the ordinary course of business. Provide summaries of the important details of cash collateral, post-petition financing and adequate protection orders. Explain any litigation during the case. C. 1 The disclosure statement shall provide the information required in the order and format listed herein. If any required information does not apply or is not available, the disclosure statement shall so indicate explicitly. American LegalNet, Inc. IV. Assets and Liabilities. A. Provide a liquidation analysis, as set forth in the following hypothetical example: Market Value and Forced Sale Value $500,000(M) $200,000(FS) 15,000(M) 10,000(FS) Amount of Secured Claim 400,000 Creditor Describe the Holding Collateral Lien Equipment Hypothetical National Bank Seller Finance Company (1st) Equity 100,000(M) 0(FS) ------- Comments Forklift A 9,000 Hypothetical ------National Bank (2nd) Inventory Imaginary State Bank 300,000(M) 50,000(FS) ------ 6,000(M) 0(FS) 0 0 Security interest disputed Ditto 450,000 Cash Imaginary State Bank Imaginary State Bank 20,000(M) see above 20,000(FS) 80,000(M) see above 20,000(FS) _________ $106,000 $ 0 0 0 0 Accounts Ditto Total equity if fair market value used = Total equity if forced sale value used = B. State the risks, conditions and assumptions regarding the stated values. If appraisals have been done, disclose appraised values and the dates of the appraisals; otherwise, state the basis of the valuation (e.g., "SEV valuation.") Identify all potential claims and causes of action, including claims against insiders and avoidance actions. For each such cause of action, estimate the value of any expected recovery and the expected costs of such litigation. (The anticipated net value of any litigation that the debtor intends to pursue should be included in the liquidation analysis contained in paragraph A above.) If the debtor does not intend to pursue any such claims, state the reasons. List and describe the priority claims including anticipated administrative expense claims of all types. 2 C. D. American LegalNet, Inc. E. F. Provide a total of all non-priority unsecured claims, including undersecured claims. If any debt is guaranteed by anyone or if anyone is liable with the debtor on any debt, identify: (1) the guarantor or codebtor; (2) the nature and amount of debt involved; (3) the collateral securing the debt or the guaranty; and (4) the value of such collateral. V. Details regarding implementation of the plan. A. Provide meaningful summaries of financial information in a consistent format for at least the following periods: 1. Three years pre-petition, if possible. 2. Post-petition to date. 3. If the plan proposes that the company will continue in business, projections for the period of payment proposed by the plan together with assumptions underlying those projections. If the plan proposes that the business will continue, state who will be in charge and the compensation to be paid to each, including fringe benefits. State the tax ramifications for the continuing entity if the plan is confirmed. B. C. VI. Legal requirements, as follows: (The following 2 pages shall be copied verbatim into the disclosure statement.) Voting procedures A. Under the Bankruptcy Code, the only classes that are entitled to vote to accept or reject a plan are classes of claims, or equity interests, that are impaired under the plan. Accordingly, classes of claims or interests that are not impaired are not entitled to vote on the plan. Creditors that hold claims in more than one impaired class are entitled to vote separately in each class. Such a creditor will receive a separate ballot for all of its claims in each class (in accordance with the records of the Clerk of the Court) and should complete and sign each ballot separately. A creditor who asserts a claim in more than one class and who has not been provided with sufficient ballots may photocopy the ballot received and file multiple ballots. Votes on the plan will be counted only with respect to claims: (a) that are listed on the Debtor's Schedules of Assets and Liabilities other than as disputed, contingent or unliquidated; or (b) for which a proof of claim was filed on or before the bar date set by the Court for the filing of proofs of claim (except for certain claims expressly excluded from that bar date or which are allowed by Court order). However, any vote by a holder of a claim will not be counted if such claim has been disallowed or is the subject of an unresolved objection, absent an order of the Court 3 American LegalNet, Inc. allowing such claim for voting purposes pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 502 and Bankruptcy Rule 3018. Voting on the plan by each holder of a claim or interest in an impaired class is important. After carefully reviewing the plan and disclosure statement, each holder of such a claim or interest should vote on the enclosed ballot either to accept or to reject the plan, and then return the ballot by mail to the debtor's attorney by the deadline previously established by the Court. Any ballot that does not appropriately indicate acceptance or rejection of the plan will not be counted. A ballot that is not r

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