Disallowed Claim definition

Disallowed Claim means (a) a Claim, or any portion thereof, that has been disallowed by a Final Order or a settlement, (b) a Claim or any portion thereof that is Scheduled at zero or as contingent, disputed, or unliquidated and as to which a proof of claim bar date has been established but no proof of claim has been timely filed or deemed timely filed with the Bankruptcy Court pursuant to either the Bankruptcy Code or any Final Order of the Bankruptcy Court or otherwise deemed timely filed under applicable law, or (c) a Claim or any portion thereof that is not Scheduled and as to which a proof of claim bar date has been established but no proof of claim has been timely filed or deemed timely filed with the Bankruptcy Court pursuant to either the Bankruptcy Code or any Final Order of the Bankruptcy Court or otherwise deemed timely filed under applicable law.
Disallowed Claim means a Claim, or any portion thereof, that is Disallowed.
Disallowed Claim means a Claim, or any portion thereof, that (a) has been disallowed by a Final Order, or (b) (i) is Scheduled at zero, in an unknown amount or as contingent, disputed or unliquidated and (ii) as to which the Claims Bar Date has been established but no Proof of Claim has been timely Filed or deemed timely Filed under applicable law.

Examples of Disallowed Claim in a sentence

  • Any Claim held by a Person or Entity against whom any Debtor or the Liquidating Trust has commenced a proceeding asserting a Cause of Action under section 542, 543, 544, 545, 547, 548, 549, and/or 550 of the Bankruptcy Code, shall be deemed a Disallowed Claim pursuant to section 502(d) of the Bankruptcy Code and the Holder of such Claim shall not be entitled to voteto accept or reject the Plan.


More Definitions of Disallowed Claim

Disallowed Claim or "Disallowed Interest" means any Claim against or Interest in any Debtor which has been disallowed, in whole or in part, by Final Order of the Bankruptcy Court, or which has been withdrawn, in whole or in part, by the holder thereof.
Disallowed Claim means any Claim or portion thereof which has been disallowed by a Final Order and includes any Claim which is not an Allowed Claim for any other reason.
Disallowed Claim means (i) a Claim, or any portion thereof, that has been disallowed by a Final Order; (ii) a Claim that has been listed in the Schedules at zero or as Contingent, disputed, or unliquidated and as to which no Proof of Claim has been timely filed or deemed timely filed with the Bankruptcy Court pursuant to the Bankruptcy Code, Final Order, or other applicable law; or (iii) a Claim that has not been listed in the Schedules and as to which no Proof of Claim has been timely filed or deemed timely filed with the Bankruptcy Court pursuant to the Bankruptcy Code, Final Order, or other applicable law.
Disallowed Claim means a Claim or portion thereof that (i) has been disallowed by an Order of the Bankruptcy Court or other court of competent jurisdiction; (ii) is identified in the Schedules in an amount of zero dollars, or as contingent, unliquidated or disputed, and as to which a Proof of Claim was not filed by the Bar Date; or (iii) is not identified in the Schedules and as to which no Proof of Claim has been filed or deemed filed by the Bar Date.
Disallowed Claim means any Claim against the Debtors which has been disallowed, in whole or in part, by Final Order or written agreement between the Debtors and the holder of such Claim, to the extent of such disallowance.
Disallowed Claim means any Claim which has been disallowed by an order of the Bankruptcy Court, which order has not been stayed pending appeal.
Disallowed Claim means (a) a Claim, or any portion thereof, that has been disallowed by a Final Order or (b) unless scheduled by the Debtors as a fixed, liquidated, non-contingent and undisputed Claim, a Claim as to which a proof of Claim bar date has been established by the Bankruptcy Code, Bankruptcy Rules or Final Order of the Court but no proof of Claim has been timely filed or deemed timely filed with the Court pursuant to either the Bankruptcy Code or any Final Order of the Court.