Definition of Post-Effective Date Plan Debtors


Post-Effective Date Plan Debtors means (a) if the Downstream Businesses Sale Trigger occurs, the Wind-Down Plan Debtors, or (b) if the Downstream Businesses Sale Trigger does not occur, the Reorganized Plan Debtors.
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Examples of Post-Effective Date Plan Debtors in a sentence

The Post-Effective Date Plan Debtors will be authorized to file any necessary or desirable documents to evidence such release in the name of such parties holding mortgages, deeds of trust, liens, pledges, or other security interests of any nature against any property of the Estates.
On or after the Effective Date, the Post-Effective Date Plan Debtors will have and will retain any and all rights and defenses that the Plan Debtors had with respect to any Claim, except with respect to any Claim deemed Allowed as of the Effective Date.
The Post-Effective Date Plan Debtors or their successors may pursue, or not pursue, such retained claims, demands, rights or Causes of Action, as they deem appropriate in their discretion.
Objections to any Fee Claim must be Filed and served on the Post-Effective Date Plan Debtors, and the Entity asserting the Fee Claim no later than 60 days after the Effective Date.
Each of the Plan Debtors (prior to or on the Effective Date) or the applicable Post-Effective Date Plan Debtors (on and after the Effective Date) will pay all fees payable pursuant to section 1930(a) of the Judicial Code for each quarter (including any fraction thereof) until each of the respective Chapter 11 Cases are converted, dismissed, or closed, whichever occurs first.