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B25B (Official Form 25B) (12/08)

United States Bankruptcy Court
__________________ District of _____________ In re Debtor Small Business Case under Chapter 11 , Case No. ____________________

[NAME OF PLAN PROPONENT]'S DISCLOSURE STATEMENT, DATED [INSERT DATE] Table of Contents [Insert when text is finalized]

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I.

INTRODUCTION

This is the disclosure statement (the "Disclosure Statement") in the small business chapter 11 case of _____________ (the [email protected]). This Disclosure Statement contains information about the Debtor and describes the [insert name of plan] (the "Plan") filed by [the Debtor] on [insert date]. A full copy of the Plan is attached to this Disclosure Statement as Exhibit A. Your rights may be affected. You should read the Plan and this Disclosure Statement carefully and discuss them with your attorney. If you do not have an attorney, you may wish to consult one. The proposed distributions under the Plan are discussed at pages __-__ of this Disclosure Statement. [General unsecured creditors are classified in Class __, and will receive a distribution of ___ % of their allowed claims, to be distributed as follows _________.] A. Purpose of This Document

This Disclosure Statement describes: ! ! ! ! ! The Debtor and significant events during the bankruptcy case, How the Plan proposes to treat claims or equity interests of the type you hold (i.e., what you will receive on your claim or equity interest if the plan is confirmed), Who can vote on or object to the Plan, What factors the Bankruptcy Court (the "Court") will consider when deciding whether to confirm the Plan, Why [the Proponent] believes the Plan is feasible, and how the treatment of your claim or equity interest under the Plan compares to what you would receive on your claim or equity interest in liquidation, and The effect of confirmation of the Plan.

Be sure to read the Plan as well as the Disclosure Statement. This Disclosure Statement describes the Plan, but it is the Plan itself that will, if confirmed, establish your rights. B. Deadlines for Voting and Objecting; Date of Plan Confirmation Hearing

The Court has not yet confirmed the Plan described in this Disclosure Statement. This section describes the procedures pursuant to which the Plan will or will not be confirmed. 1. Time and Place of the Hearing to [Finally Approve This Disclosure Statement and] Confirm the Plan The hearing at which the Court will determine whether to [finally approve this Disclosure Statement and] confirm the Plan will take place on [insert date] , at [insert time], in Courtroom ___, at the [Insert Courthouse Name, and Full Court Address, City, State, Zip Code]. 2. Deadline For Voting to Accept or Reject the Plan

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If you are entitled to vote to accept or reject the plan, vote on the enclosed ballot and return the ballot in the enclosed envelope to [insert address]. See section IV.A. below for a discussion of voting eligibility requirements. Your ballot must be received by [insert date] or it will not be counted. 3. Deadline For Objecting to the [Adequacy of Disclosure and] Confirmation of the Plan

Objections to [this Disclosure Statement or to] the confirmation of the Plan must be filed with the Court and served upon [insert entities] by [insert date]. 4. Identity of Person to Contact for More Information

If you want additional information about the Plan, you should contact [insert name and address of representative of plan proponent]. C. Disclaimer

The Court has [conditionally] approved this Disclosure Statement as containing adequate information to enable parties affected by the Plan to make an informed judgment about its terms. The Court has not yet determined whether the Plan meets the legal requirements for confirmation, and the fact that the Court has approved this Disclosure Statement does not constitute an endorsement of the Plan by the Court, or a recommendation that it be accepted. [The Court=s approval of this Disclosure Statement is subject to final approval at the hearing on confirmation of the Plan. Objections to the adequacy of this Disclosure Statement may be filed until ______.] II.

BACKGROUND A. Description and History of the Debtor=s Business

The Debtor is a [corporation, partnership, etc.]. Since [insert year operations commenced], the Debtor has been in the business of _________. [Describe the Debtor's business]. B. Insiders of the Debtor [Insert a detailed list of the names of Debtor=s insiders as defined in 101(31) of the United States Bankruptcy Code (the "Code") and their relationship to the Debtor. For each insider, list all compensation paid by the Debtor or its affiliates to that person or entity during the two years prior to the commencement of the Debtor's bankruptcy case, as well as compensation paid during the pendency of this chapter 11 case.] C. Management of the Debtor Before and During the Bankruptcy

During the two years prior to the date on which the bankruptcy petition was filed, the officers, directors, managers or other persons in control of the Debtor (collectively the "Managers") were [List the Managers of the Debtor prior to the petition date].

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The Managers of the Debtor during the Debtor's chapter 11 case have been: [List Managers of the Debtor during the Debtor's chapter 11 case.] After the effective date of the order confirming the Plan, the directors, officers, and voting trustees of the Debtor, any affiliate of the Debtor participating in a joint Plan with the Debtor, or successor of the Debtor under the Plan (collectively the "Post Confirmation Managers"), will be: [List Post Confirmation Managers of the Debtor.] The responsibilities and compensation of these Post Confirmation Managers are described in section __ of this Disclosure Statement. D. Events Leading to Chapter 11 Filing

[Describe the events that led to the commencement of the Debtor's bankruptcy case.] E. Significant Events During the Bankruptcy Case

[Describe significant events during the Debtor's bankruptcy case: Describe any asset sales outside the ordinary course of business, debtor in possession financing, or cash collateral orders. Identify the professionals approved by the court. Describe any adversary proceedings that have been filed or other significant litigation that has occurred (including contested claim disallowance proceedings), and any other significant legal or administrative proceedings that are pending or have been pending during the case in a forum other than the Court. Describe any steps taken to improve operations and profitability of the Debtor. Describe other events as appropriate.] Projected Recovery of Avoidable Transfers [Choose the option that applies]

F.

[Option 1 If the Debtor does not intend to pursue avoidance actions] The Debtor does not intend to pursue preference, fraudulent conveyance, or other avoidance actions. [Option 2 If the Debtor intends to pursue avoidance actions] The Debtor estimates that up to $____________ may be realized from the recovery of fraudulent, preferential or other avoidable transfers. While the results of litigation cannot be predicted with certainty and it is possible that other causes of action may be identified, the following is a summary of the preference, fraudulent conveyance and other avoidance actions filed or expected to be filed in this case:
Transaction Defendant Amount Claimed

[Option 3 If the Debtor does not yet know whether it intends to pursue avoidance actions]

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The Debtor has not yet completed its investigation with regard to prepetition transactions. If you received a payment or other transfer within 90 days of the bankruptcy, or other transfer avoidable under the Code, the Debtor may seek to avoid such transfer. G. Claims Objections

Except to the extent that a claim is already allowed pursuant to a final non-appealable order, the Debtor reserves the right to object to claims. Therefore, even if your claim is allowed for voting purposes, you may not be entitled to a distribution if an objection to your claim is later upheld. The procedures for resolving disputed claims are set forth in Article V of the Plan. H. Current and Historical Financial Conditions

The identity and fair market value of the estate=s assets are listed in Exhibit B. [Identify source and basis of valuation.] The Debtor=s most recent financial statements [if any] issued before bankruptcy, each of which was filed with the Court, are set forth in Exhibit C. [The most recent post-petition operating report filed since the commencement of the Debtor's bankruptcy case are set forth in Exhibit D.] [A summary of the Debtor's periodic operating reports filed since the commencement of the Debtor's bankruptcy case is set forth in Exhibit D.] III.

SUMMARY OF THE PLAN OF REORGANIZATION AND TREATMENT OF CLAIMS AND EQUITY INTERESTS A. What is the Purpose of the Plan of Reorganization?

As required by the Code, the Plan places claims and equity interests in various classes and describes the treatment each class will receive. The Plan also states whether each class of claims or equity interests is impaired or unimpaired. If the Plan is confirmed, your recovery will be limited to the amount provided by the Plan. B. Unclassified Claims

Certain types of claims are automatically entitled to specific treatment under the Code. They are not considered impaired, and holders of such claims do not vote on the Plan. They may, however, object if, in their view, their treatment under the Plan does not comply with that required by the Code. As such, the Plan Proponent has not placed the following claims in any class: 1. Administrative Expenses

Administrative expenses are costs or expenses of administering the Debtor=s chapter 11 case which are allowed under 507(a)(2) of the Code. Administrative expenses also include the value of any goods sold to the Debtor in the ordinary course of business and received within 20 days before the date of the bankruptcy petition. The Code requires that all administrative expenses be paid on the effective date of the Plan, unless a particular claimant agrees to a different treatment.

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The following chart lists the Debtor=s estimated administrative expenses, and their proposed treatment under the Plan:

Type Expenses Arising in the Ordinary Course of Business After the Petition Date The Value of Goods Received in the Ordinary Course of Business Within 20 Days Before the Petition Date Professional Fees, as approved by the Court.

Estimated Amount Owed

Proposed Treatment Paid in full on the effective date of the Plan, or according to terms of obligation if later Paid in full on the effective date of the Plan, or according to terms of obligation if later

Paid in full on the effective date of the Plan, or according to separate written agreement, or according to court order if such fees have not been approved by the Court on the effective date of the Plan Paid in full on the effective date of the Plan Paid in full on the effective date of the Plan or according to separate written agreement Paid in full on the effective date of the Plan

Clerk=s Office Fees Other administrative expenses Office of the U.S. Trustee Fees TOTAL

2.

Priority Tax Claims

Priority tax claims are unsecured income, employment, and other taxes described by 507(a)(8) of the Code. Unless the holder of such a 507(a)(8) priority tax claim agrees otherwise, it must receive the present value of such claim, in regular installments paid over a period not exceeding 5 years from the order of relief.

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The following chart lists the Debtor=s estimated 507(a)(8) priority tax claims and their proposed treatment under the Plan: Description (name and type of tax) Estimated Amount Owed Date of Assessment Treatment

Pmt interval [Monthly] payment Begin date End date Interest Rate % Total Payout Amount Pmt interval [Monthly] payment Begin date End date Interest Rate % Total Payout Amount

= = = = = =$ = = = = = =$

C.

Classes of Claims and Equity Interests

The following are the classes set forth in the Plan, and the proposed treatment that they will receive under the Plan: 1. Classes of Secured Claims

Allowed Secured Claims are claims secured by property of the Debtor=s bankruptcy estate (or that are subject to setoff) to the extent allowed as secured claims under 506 of the Code. If the value of the collateral or setoffs securing the creditor's claim is less than the amount of the creditor's allowed claim, the deficiency will [be classified as a general unsecured claim].

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The following chart lists all classes containing Debtor=s secured prepetition claims and their proposed treatment under the Plan:

Class #

Description

Insider? (Yes or No)

Impairment

Treatment

Secured claim of: Name = Collateral description =

[State whether impaired or unimpaired]

[Monthly] Pmt Pmts Begin Pmts End

= = = = =

Allowed Secured Amount = $___________ Priority of lien = Principal owed = $___________ Pre-pet. arrearage = $___________ Total claim = $___________ Secured claim of: Name = Collateral description = [State whether impaired or unimpaired]

[Balloon pmt] Interest rate % Treatment of Lien [Additional payment required to cure defaults] Monthly Pmt Pmts Begin Pmts End

=

=

= = = = =

Allowed Secured Amount = $___________ Priority of lien = Principal owed = $___________ Pre-pet. arrearage = $___________ Total claim = $___________

[Balloon pmt] Interest rate % Treatment of Lien [Additional payment required to cure defaults]

=

=

2.

Classes of Priority Unsecured Claims

Certain priority claims that are referred to in 507(a)(1), (4), (5), (6), and (7) of the Code are required to be placed in classes. The Code requires that each holder of such a claim receive cash on the effective date of the Plan equal to the allowed amount of such claim. However, a class of holders of such claims may vote to accept different treatment.

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The following chart lists all classes containing claims under 507(a)(1), (4), (5), (6), and (a)(7) of the Code and their proposed treatment under the Plan: Class # Description
Priority unsecured claim pursuant to Section [insert] Total amt of claims = $ Priority unsecured claim pursuant to Section [insert] Total amt of claims = $ [State whether impaired or unimpaired]

Impairment
[State whether impaired or unimpaired]

Treatment

3.

Class[es]of General Unsecured Claims

General unsecured claims are not secured by property of the estate and are not entitled to priority under 507(a) of the Code. [Insert description of 1122(b) convenience class if applicable.] The following chart identifies the Plan=s proposed treatment of Class[es] __ through __, which contain general unsecured claims against the Debtor: Class # Description
[1122(b) Convenience Class]

Impairment
[State whether impaired or unimpaired]

Treatment
[Insert proposed treatment, such as "Paid in full in cash on effective date of the Plan or when due under contract or applicable nonbankruptcy law"] Monthly Pmt Pmts Begin Pmts End [Balloon pmt] Interest rate % from [date] Estimated percent of claim paid = = = = = =

General Unsecured Class

[State whether impaired or unimpaired]

4.

Class[es] of Equity Interest Holders

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Equity interest holders are parties who hold an ownership interest (i.e., equity interest) in the Debtor. In a corporation, entities holding preferred or common stock are equity interest holders. In a partnership, equity interest holders include both general and limited partners. In a limited liability company ("LLC"), the equity interest holders are the members. Finally, with respect to an individual who is a debtor, the Debtor is the equity interest holder. The following chart sets forth the Plan=s proposed treatment of the class[es] of equity interest holders: [There may be more than one class of equity interests in, for example, a partnership case, or a case where the prepetition debtor had issued multiple classes of stock.]

Class #

Description Equity interest holders

Impairment [State whether impaired or unimpaired]

Treatment

D.

Means of Implementing the Plan 1. Source of Payments

Payments and distributions under the Plan will be funded by the following: [Describe the source of funds for payments under the Plan.] 2. Post-confirmation Management

The Post-Confirmation Managers of the Debtor, and their compensation, shall be as follows: Name Affiliations Insider (yes or no)? Position Compensation

E.

Risk Factors

The proposed Plan has the following risks: [List all risk factors that might affect the Debtor's ability to make payments and other distributions required under the Plan.] F.

Executory Contracts and Unexpired Leases

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The Plan, in Exhibit 5.1, lists all executory contracts and unexpired leases that the Debtor will assume under the Plan. Assumption means that the Debtor has elected to continue to perform the obligations under such contracts and unexpired leases, and to cure defaults of the type that must be cured under the Code, if any. Exhibit 5.1 also lists how the Debtor will cure and compensate the other party to such contract or lease for any such defaults. If you object to the assumption of your unexpired lease or executory contract, the proposed cure of any defaults, or the adequacy of assurance of performance, you must file and serve your objection to the Plan within the deadline for objecting to the confirmation of the Plan, unless the Court has set an earlier time. All executory contracts and unexpired leases that are not listed in Exhibit 5.1 will be rejected under the Plan. Consult your adviser or attorney for more specific information about particular contracts or leases. If you object to the rejection of your contract or lease, you must file and serve your objection to the Plan within the deadline for objecting to the confirmation of the Plan. [The Deadline for Filing a Proof of Claim Based on a Claim Arising from the Rejection of a Lease or Contract Is . Any claim based on the rejection of a contract or lease will be barred if the proof of claim is not timely filed, unless the Court orders otherwise.] G. Tax Consequences of Plan

Creditors and Equity Interest Holders Concerned with How the Plan May Affect Their Tax Liability Should Consult with Their Own Accountants, Attorneys, And/Or Advisors. The following are the anticipated tax consequences of the Plan: [List the following general consequences as a minimum: (1)Tax consequences to the Debtor of the Plan; (2) General tax consequences on creditors of any discharge, and the general tax consequences of receipt of plan consideration after confirmation.] IV.

CONFIRMATION REQUIREMENTS AND PROCEDURES

To be confirmable, the Plan must meet the requirements listed in 1129(a) or (b) of the Code. These include the requirements that: the Plan must be proposed in good faith; at least one impaired class of claims must accept the plan, without counting votes of insiders; the Plan must distribute to each creditor and equity interest holder at least as much as the creditor or equity interest holder would receive in a chapter 7 liquidation case, unless the creditor or equity interest holder votes to accept the Plan; and the Plan must be feasible. These requirements are not the only requirements listed in 1129, and they are not the only requirements for confirmation.

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A.

Who May Vote or Object

Any party in interest may object to the confirmation of the Plan if the party believes that the requirements for confirmation are not met. Many parties in interest, however, are not entitled to vote to accept or reject the Plan. A creditor or equity interest holder has a right to vote for or against the Plan only if that creditor or equity interest holder has a claim or equity interest that is both (1) allowed or allowed for voting purposes and (2) impaired. In this case, the Plan Proponent believes that classes are impaired and that holders of claims in each of these classes are therefore entitled to vote to accept or reject the Plan. The Plan are unimpaired and that holders of claims in each of these Proponent believes that classes classes, therefore, do not have the right to vote to accept or reject the Plan. 1.

What Is an Allowed Claim or an Allowed Equity Interest?

Only a creditor or equity interest holder with an allowed claim or an allowed equity interest has the right to vote on the Plan. Generally, a claim or equity interest is allowed if either (1) the Debtor has scheduled the claim on the Debtor=s schedules, unless the claim has been scheduled as disputed, contingent, or unliquidated, or (2) the creditor has filed a proof of claim or equity interest, unless an objection has been filed to such proof of claim or equity interest. When a claim or equity interest is not allowed, the creditor or equity interest holder holding the claim or equity interest cannot vote unless the Court, after notice and hearing, either overrules the objection or allows the claim or equity interest for voting purposes pursuant to Rule 3018(a) of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure. The deadline for filing a proof of claim in this case was . [If applicable The deadline for filing objections to claims is______.] 2. What Is an Impaired Claim or Impaired Equity Interest?

As noted above, the holder of an allowed claim or equity interest has the right to vote only if it is in a class that is impaired under the Plan. As provided in 1124 of the Code, a class is considered impaired if the Plan alters the legal, equitable, or contractual rights of the members of that class. 3. Who is Not Entitled to Vote

The holders of the following five types of claims and equity interests are not entitled to vote: holders of claims and equity interests that have been disallowed by an order of the Court; holders of other claims or equity interests that are not "allowed claims" or "allowed equity interests" (as discussed above), unless they have been "allowed" for voting purposes. holders of claims or equity interests in unimpaired classes;



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holders of claims entitled to priority pursuant to 507(a)(2), (a)(3), and (a)(8) of the Code; and holders of claims or equity interests in classes that do not receive or retain any value under the Plan; administrative expenses.

Even If You Are Not Entitled to Vote on the Plan, You Have a Right to Object to the Confirmation of the Plan [and to the Adequacy of the Disclosure Statement]. 4. Who Can Vote in More Than One Class

A creditor whose claim has been allowed in part as a secured claim and in part as an unsecured claim, or who otherwise hold claims in multiple classes, is entitled to accept or reject a Plan in each capacity, and should cast one ballot for each claim. B. Votes Necessary to Confirm the Plan

If impaired classes exist, the Court cannot confirm the Plan unless (1) at least one impaired class of creditors has accepted the Plan without counting the votes of any insiders within that class, and (2) all impaired classes have voted to accept the Plan, unless the Plan is eligible to be confirmed by Acram [email protected] on non-accepting classes, as discussed later in Section [B.2.]. 1. Votes Necessary for a Class to Accept the Plan

A class of claims accepts the Plan if both of the following occur: (1) the holders of more than one-half (1/2) of the allowed claims in the class, who vote, cast their votes to accept the Plan, and (2) the holders of at least two-thirds (2/3) in dollar amount of the allowed claims in the class, who vote, cast their votes to accept the Plan. A class of equity interests accepts the Plan if the holders of at least two-thirds (2/3) in amount of the allowed equity interests in the class, who vote, cast their votes to accept the Plan. 2. Treatment of Nonaccepting Classes

Even if one or more impaired classes reject the Plan, the Court may nonetheless confirm the Plan if the nonaccepting classes are treated in the manner prescribed by 1129(b) of the Code. A plan that binds nonaccepting classes is commonly referred to as a Acram [email protected] plan. The Code allows the Plan to bind nonaccepting classes of claims or equity interests if it meets all the requirements for consensual confirmation except the voting requirements of 1129(a)(8) of the Code, does not Adiscriminate unfairly,@ and is Afair and [email protected] toward each impaired class that has not voted to accept the Plan. You should consult your own attorney if a [email protected] confirmation will affect your claim or equity interest, as the variations on this general rule are numerous and complex.

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Liquidation Analysis

To confirm the Plan, the Court must find that all creditors and equity interest holders who do not accept the Plan will receive at least as much under the Plan as such claim and equity interest holders would receive in a chapter 7 liquidation. A liquidation analysis is attached to this Disclosure Statement as Exhibit E. D. Feasibility

The Court must find that confirmation of the Plan is not likely to be followed by the liquidation, or the need for further financial reorganization, of the Debtor or any successor to the Debtor, unless such liquidation or reorganization is proposed in the Plan. 1. Ability to Initially Fund Plan

The Plan Proponent believes that the Debtor will have enough cash on hand on the effective date of the Plan to pay all the claims and expenses that are entitled to be paid on that date. Tables showing the amount of cash on hand on the effective date of the Plan, and the sources of that cash are attached to this disclosure statement as Exhibit F. 2. Ability to Make Future Plan Payments And Operate Without Further Reorganization

The Plan Proponent must also show that it will have enough cash over the life of the Plan to make the required Plan payments. The Plan Proponent has provided projected financial information. Those projections are listed in Exhibit G. The Plan Proponent's financial projections show that the Debtor will have an aggregate annual . The final average cash flow, after paying operating expenses and post-confirmation taxes, of $ . Plan payment is expected to be paid on [Summarize the numerical projections, and highlight any assumptions that are not in accord with past experience. Explain why such assumptions should now be made.] You Should Consult with Your Accountant or other Financial Advisor If You Have Any Questions Pertaining to These Projections. V.

EFFECT OF CONFIRMATION OF PLAN

A. DISCHARGE OF DEBTOR [If the Debtor is not entitled to discharge pursuant to 11 U.S.C. 1141(d)(3) change this heading to "NO DISCHARGE OF DEBTOR."] [Option 1 If Debtor is an individual and 1141(d)(3) is not applicable]

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Discharge. Confirmation of the Plan does not discharge any debt provided for in the Plan until the court grants a discharge on completion of all payments under the Plan, or as otherwise provided in 1141(d)(5) of the Code. Debtor will not be discharged from any debt excepted from discharge under 523 of the Code, except as provided in Rule 4007(c) of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure.

[Option 2 -- If the Debtor is a partnership and 1141(d)(3) of the Code is not applicable] Discharge. On the effective date of the Plan, the Debtor shall be discharged from any debt that arose before confirmation of the Plan, subject to the occurrence of the effective date, to the extent specified in 1141(d)(1)(A) of the Code. However, the Debtor shall not be discharged from any debt imposed by the Plan. After the effective date of the Plan your claims against the Debtor will be limited to the debts imposed by the Plan. [Option 3 -- If the Debtor is a corporation and 1141(d)(3) is not applicable] Discharge. On the effective date of the Plan, the Debtor shall be discharged from any debt that arose before confirmation of the Plan, subject to the occurrence of the effective date, to the extent specified in 1141(d)(1)(A) of the Code, except that the Debtor shall not be discharged of any debt (i) imposed by the Plan, (ii) of a kind specified in 1141(d)(6)(A) if a timely complaint was filed in accordance with Rule 4007(c) of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure, or (iii) of a kind specified in 1141(d)(6)(B). After the effective date of the Plan your claims against the Debtor will be limited to the debts described in clauses (i) through (iii) of the preceding sentence. [Option 4 If 1141(d)(3) is applicable] No Discharge. In accordance with 1141(d)(3) of the Code, the Debtor will not receive any discharge of debt in this bankruptcy case. B.

Modification of Plan

The Plan Proponent may modify the Plan at any time before confirmation of the Plan. However, the Court may require a new disclosure statement and/or revoting on the Plan. [If the Debtor is not an individual, add the following: AThe Plan Proponent may also seek to modify the Plan at any time after confirmation only if (1) the Plan has not been substantially consummated and (2) the Court authorizes the proposed modifications after notice and a [email protected]] [If the Debtor is an individual, add the following: AUpon request of the Debtor, the United States trustee, or the holder of an allowed unsecured claim, the Plan may be modified at any time after confirmation of the Plan but before the completion of payments under the Plan, to (1) increase or reduce the amount of payments under the Plan on claims of a particular class, (2) extend or reduce the time period for such payments, or (3) alter the amount of distribution to a creditor whose claim is provided for by the Plan to the extent necessary to take account of any payment of the claim made other than under the [email protected]] C. Final Decree

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Once the estate has been fully administered, as provided in Rule 3022 of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure, the Plan Proponent, or such other party as the Court shall designate in the Plan Confirmation Order, shall file a motion with the Court to obtain a final decree to close the case. Alternatively, the Court may enter such a final decree on its own motion. VI. OTHER PLAN PROVISIONS [Insert other provisions here, as necessary and appropriate.] ____________________________________________ [Signature of the Plan Proponent] ____________________________________________ [Signature of the Attorney for the Plan Proponent]

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EXHIBITS

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Exhibit A B Copy of Proposed Plan of Reorganization

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Exhibit B B Identity and Value of Material Assets of Debtor

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Exhibit C B Prepetition Financial Statements (to be taken from those filed with the court)

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Exhibit D B [Most Recently Filed Postpetition Operating Report][Summary of Postpetition Operating Reports]

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Exhibit E Liquidation Analysis Plan Proponent's Estimated Liquidation Value of Assets Assets a. Cash on hand b. Accounts receivable c. Inventory d. Office furniture & equipment e. Machinery & equipment f. Automobiles g. Building & Land h. Customer list i. Investment property (such as stocks, bonds or other financial assets) j. Lawsuits or other claims against third-parties k. Other intangibles (such as avoiding powers actions) Total Assets at Liquidation Value Less: Secured creditors= recoveries Less: Chapter 7 trustee fees and expenses Less: Chapter 11 administrative expenses Less: Priority claims, excluding administrative expense claims [Less: Debtor=s claimed exemptions] (1) Balance for unsecured claims (2) Total dollar amount of unsecured claims Percentage of Claims Which Unsecured Creditors Would Receive Or Retain in a Chapter 7 Liquidation: Percentage of Claims Which Unsecured Creditors Will Receive or Retain under the Plan: $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ ____% [Divide (1) by (2)] ____%

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Exhibit F Cash on hand on the effective date of the Plan Cash on hand on effective date of the Plan: Less B Amount of administrative expenses payable on effective date of the Plan Amount of statutory costs and charges Amount of cure payments for executory contracts Other Plan Payments due on effective date of the Plan $ Balance after paying these amounts............... The sources of the cash Debtor will have on hand by the effective date of the Plan are estimated as follows: $ + Cash in Debtor=s bank account now Additional cash Debtor will accumulate from net earnings between now and effective date of the Plan [state the basis for such projections] Borrowing [separately state terms of repayment] Capital Contributions Other Total [This number should match "cash on hand" figure noted above $

+ + + $

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Exhibit G B Projections of Cash Flow and Earnings for Post-Confirmation Period