"Order Limiting Notice and Shortening Notice Re: The Motion of the Acting United States Trustee for an Order Directing the Debtors to Produce a Sortable List of Equity Security Holders. (related document(s) 2015) Order Signed on 12/17/2009. (LCN) (Entered: 12/17/2009)"
I believe this means it may be added to the agenda tomorrow.
I know you know ghost, but others might be questioning still. Thats a big AFFIRMATIVE. Its last on the revised agenda bumping...
What are the chances THJW rules from the bench on this one? She's been more than accomodating regarding the bondholders and the FDIC joining in.
A "motion to compel" asks the court to order either the opposing party or a third party to take some action. This sort of motion most commonly deals with discovery disputes, when a party who has propounded discovery to either the opposing party or a third party believes that the discovery responses are insufficient. The motion to compel is used to ask the court to order the non-complying party to produce the documentation or information requested, and/or to sanction the non-complying party for their failure to comply with the discovery
Thanks Lawrence. Your question is a good one and only an experienced bk attorney would know if there has been settlements that distinquish between pres and posts. It would seem to violate basic property law if there were such a deal. Good luck to you too!!!!!