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Also on the Effective Date, as contemplated by the Plan and Confirmation Order, the Debtors and the Liquidating Trustee entered into the CWC Creditors’ Liquidating Trust Agreement (the “Liquidating Trust Agreement”). With the April 14, 2016 statute of limitations looming, the Liquidating Trustee has commenced filing the Avoidance Actions.
Under the Plan and the Liquidating Trust Agreement, the Liquidating Trustee was appointed to administer the Liquidating Trust. The substance of the Complaints reviewed thus far is somewhat standard.
The assets of a living trust normally do not have to go through probate, but the assets of a trust created by your will always do.
If the trust document specifies that its assets are to be distributed upon your death, your trustee must methodically liquidate trust assets – she must terminate the trust by paying off all of its creditors and distributing any remaining assets to its beneficiaries.
After confirmation and appointment, the liquidation trustee then serves as the liquidation trust's representative and is responsible for complying with the trust agreement (and confirmation order), liquidating the assets and making distributions to trust beneficiaries. This necessitates a liability policy and/or an indemnity agreement to protect the liquidation trustee from errors and omissions. As a "trustee," a liquidation trustee has potential exposure for numerous liabilities.
From 2011 through 2013, the Debtors attempted a targeted turnaround process that ultimately led to a sale effort that failed due to lack of interest from potential buyers.
After months of declining sales and failed out-of-court sales and refinancing processes, the Debtors determined that the best way to maximize value for the benefit of all interested parties was a prompt and orderly wind-down of their business.
On April 11, 2014 (the “Petition Date”), each of the Debtors filed voluntary petitions for relief under chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code.
On the Petition Date, the Debtors submitted its initial proposed plan of liquidation (the “Liquidation Plan”) with the stated goal of the liquidation and conversion of all of the Debtors’ remaining assets to cash [Docket No. On September 17, 2014, the Bankruptcy Court entered an order (the “Confirmation Order”) [Docket No. The Plan became effective on September 26, 2014 (the “Effective Date”) [Docket No. Part of and in addition to the Liquidation Plan, the Debtors filed a motion seeking to commence rapid chain-wide store closing sales in order to quickly liquidate inventory, furniture, fixtures and equipment, and other assets [Docket No. In accordance with the Liquidation Plan and the Confirmation Order, the Liquidation Trust was established on the Effective Date of the Plan.