Unsecured Claims definition

Unsecured Claims means claims which are not secured by any property of the Debtor’s Estate and which are not part of any other class defined in this Plan.
Unsecured Claims means (i) Senior Note Claims, (ii) Senior Note Guaranty Claims,(iii) General Unsecured Claims, (iv) Subordinated Note Claims, (v) Subordinated Note Guaranty Claims,(vi) Term Loan Deficiency Claims and (vii) PIK Note Claims, as and to the extent applicable to each Plan Debtor.
Unsecured Claims means Claims that are not secured by any Lien;

Examples of Unsecured Claims in a sentence

  • Holders of Allowed General Unsecured Claims are entitled to vote to accept or reject the Plan.

  • Schedule E/F: Creditors Who Have Unsecured Claims (Official Form 206E/F) $0.003a.

  • Schedule E/F: Creditors Who Have Unsecured Claims (Official Form 206E/F) 3a.

  • Holders of General Unsecured Claims are entitled to vote to accept or reject the Plan.

  • Holders of Allowed General Unsecured Claims are not entitled to vote to accept or reject the Plan.


More Definitions of Unsecured Claims

Unsecured Claims means the Allowed Claims against the Debtor which are unsecured and which are other than Allowed Priority Claims and Allowed Administrative Expenses, and shall include any Deficiency Claim(s) arising to the holder of an Allowed Secured Claim, pursuant to the provisions of 11 U.S.C. §506, after a hearing pursuant to the applicable Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure or resulting from any agreement reached between the Claimant and the Debtor in which it was determined that the value of the collateral securing the claim was less than the Allowed Claim.
Unsecured Claims means any unsecured claim against any Debtor including (a) a General Unsecured Claim, (b) a Prepetition Unsecured Lender Claim, (c) a 2009 Notes Claim, (d) a 2016 Notes Claim, (e) a 2026 Notes Claim, (f) a Diacetyl Claim, (g) an Environmental Claim, (h) an Unsecured Convenience Claim or (i) an Insured Deficiency Claim.
Unsecured Claims means all Claims held by Creditors of the Debtor, including Deficiency Claims and Claims arising out of the rejection of executory contracts, other than Secured Claims, Administrative Claims, Priority Claims, and Tax Claims.
Unsecured Claims means any unsecured claim against any Debtor including (a) a General Unsecured Claim and (b) an Unsecured Notes Claim.
Unsecured Claims means trade claims and other unsecured claims (excluding unsecured funded debt claims, claims by the GM Parties, GM Surviving Claims, securities claims, customer and environmental obligations, employee-related (excluding collective bargaining obligations) and other obligations, and litigation exposure and other liabilities that are covered by insurance) against the Debtors in the Chapter 11 Cases that are either (x) allowed or (y) asserted but not yet expunged or disallowed.
Unsecured Claims means the Allowed Amounts of those Claims against the
Unsecured Claims means any Claim (including, without limitation, (a) Claims arising from the rejection of executory contracts and unexpired leases and (b) any Deficiency Claims) that is not a Secured Claim, Administrative Expense Claim, Priority Tax Claim, Priority Non-Tax Claim, Project Debt Claim, Reorganized Covanta Secured Claim, Intercompany Company Claim or Subordinated Claim.