Bar Date. After filing the Bankruptcy Case, the Debtors may seek an order from the Bankruptcy Court establishing a deadline for creditors holding certain claims, other than Asbestos Personal Injury Claims and ABI Claims, to file a proof of claim against the Debtors. The Debtors anticipate that the Bankruptcy Court's order would provide that any holder of a claim for which a proof of claim is required to be filed but as to which such proof is not filed by the deadline would be barred from asserting any such claim against the Debtors, the Reorganized Debtors, the Plan Trust and other parties protected by the Bankruptcy Court's Orders or the Plan. The Company will seek an order from the Bankruptcy Court establishing the Asbestos Property Damage Claim Bar Date.
Bar Date. “Bar Date” means the date by which any Settlement Class Member who wishes to opt-out of the Settlement, or to object to the Settlement, must submit his or her opt-out request or objections. The Bar Date shall be no later than thirty (30) calendar days after the date on which the Settlement Administrator sends the Settlement Notice to the Settlement Class Members by electronic mail.
Bar Date. To be deemed an Authorized Claimant, Class Members must postmark, email, or fax a signed Claim Form to the Settlement Claims Administrator by the Bar Date. The Bar Date shall be (i) ninety (90) days from the date of the initial mailing or as otherwise set by the Court, and (ii) an additional thirty (30) days later for any Class Members who did not receive the Notice, or were unable to file a timely Claim Form due to factors such as change of address, military service, hospitalization, or other extraordinary circumstances. If an envelope does not contain a postmark, it shall be deemed received on the date that the Settlement Class Administrator stamps the envelope or Claim Form as “received.”
Bar Date. If the Permitted Refinancing is not completed by the Permitted Refinancing Deadline, (i) on the Petition Date, the Company shall file a motion with the Bankruptcy Court seeking a bar date order establishing the last date by which all known, unknown, liquidated, or contingent claims may be asserted against the Company and (ii) the Company shall obtain entry of such bar date order no later than five (5) business days after the Petition Date (the “Bar Date Order”). The Bar Date Order shall provide that the bar date for non-governmental claims shall not be later than forty-five (45) days after the Petition Date.
Bar Date. Upon the execution of this Agreement, Martin shall petition the Bankruptcy Court to set bar dates for all claims, including administrative claims as soon as practicable after the Closing (the "Bar Date").