Unresolved Claim definition

Unresolved Claim means a Claim, which at the relevant time, in whole or in part: (a) has not been Finally Determined to be a Proven Claim in accordance with the Amended Claims Procedure Order and this Plan; (b) is validly disputed in accordance with the Amended Claims Procedure Order; and/or (c) remains subject to review and for which a Notice of Allowance or Notice of Revision or Disallowance (each as defined in the Amended Claims Procedure Order) has not been issued to the Creditor in accordance with the Amended Claims Procedure Order as at the date of this Plan, in each of the foregoing clauses, including both as to proof and/or quantum;
Unresolved Claim means an Affected Creditor Claim in respect of which a Proof of Claim has been filed in a proper and timely manner in accordance with the Claims Procedure Order but that, as at any applicable time, has not been finally (i) determined to be a Proven Claim or (ii) disallowed in accordance with the Claims Procedure Order, the Meeting Order or any other Order.
Unresolved Claim means any claim for indemnification of Losses under this Article VIII specified in any Officer’s Certificate delivered pursuant to Section 8.4(a), to the extent that such claim is not a Payable Claim and has not been satisfied by cash payment or release to the Parent Indemnified Party of funds or Surrendered Escrow Shares, as applicable, from the Escrow Fund.

Examples of Unresolved Claim in a sentence

An Affected Creditor that has asserted an Unresolved Claim will not be entitled to receive a distribution under the Plan in respect of such Unresolved Claim or any portion thereof unless and until such Unresolved Claim becomes a Proven Claim.

Distributions in respect of any Unresolved Claim in existence at the Plan Implementation Date will be held in escrow by the Unresolved Claims Escrow Agent in the Unresolved Claims Reserve until settlement or final determination of the Unresolved Claim in accordance with the Claims Procedure Order, the Meeting Order or this Plan, as applicable.

An Affected Creditor holding an Unresolved Claim will not be entitled to receive a distribution under the Plan in respect of any portion thereof unless and until such Unresolved Claim becomes a Proven Claim.

If any Unresolved Claim is disallowed or Allowed in an amount that is lower than the aggregate assets retained on account of such Unresolved Claim, then the applicable Trustees may at any time after such disallowance or allowance return the assets that exceed the Allowed amount of such Claim to the applicable Trust.

The votes cast in respect of any Unresolved Claims shall not be counted for any purpose unless, until and only to the extent that such Unresolved Claim is finally determined to be a Proven Claim.


More Definitions of Unresolved Claim

Unresolved Claim means a Claim, which at the relevant time, in whole or in part: (a) has not been Finally Determined to be a Proven Claim in accordance with the applicable Claims Procedure Order and this Plan; or (b) is validly disputed and/or remains subject to review in accordance with the applicable Claims Procedure Order, including as to validity and/or quantum;
Unresolved Claim means a claim for civil penalty under Sections 9-3, 9-10, and 9-23 of The Election Code which has been begun by the State Board of Elections, has been disputed by the political committee under the applicable rules of the State Board of Elections, and has not been finally decided either by the State Board of Elections, or, where application for review has been made to the Courts of Illinois, remains finally undecided by the Courts. “Owes” means that a political committee has been finally determined under applicable rules of the State Board of Elections to be liable for a civil penalty under Sections 9-3, 9-10, and 9-23 of The Election Code.
Unresolved Claim means an Affected Claim, in the amount specified in the corresponding Proof of Claim, that has not been finally determined as a Proven Claim in accordance with the Claims Procedure Order, the Claims Officer Order and the Meeting Order.
Unresolved Claim means a claim for civil penalty under
Unresolved Claim means a General Unsecured Claim (or the portion thereof) that at the relevant time is not a Proven Claim and is not barred pursuant to the applicable Claims Procedure Orders, but in respect of which a Proof of Claim has been filed in a proper and timely manner or a notice of claim delivered by USSC or the Monitor, in each case in accordance with the applicable Claims Procedure Order.
Unresolved Claim means any Claim or any Proof of Claim that is, at the relevant time, in dispute for voting and/or distribution purposes pursuant to the Claims Procedure Order.
Unresolved Claim means any claim for indemnification of Losses under this Article VIII specified in any Officer’s Certificate delivered pursuant to Section 8.4(b), to the extent that such claim is not a Payable Claim and has not been satisfied.