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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
DISTRICT OF MAINE
In re:
MONTREAL MAINE & ATLANTIC
RAILWAY, LTD.
Bk. No.13-10670
Chapter 11
Debtor
AFFIDAVIT OF SERVICE OF
SOLICITATION MATERIALS AND CHAPTER 15 DOCUMENTS
I, Christina Pullo, depose and say that:
1.
I am employed by Prime Clerk LLC (“Prime Clerk”), the claims and noticing
agent for the Debtor in the above-captioned chapter 11 case. At my direction and under my
supervision, employees of Prime Clerk caused the following solicitation materials to be served:
a. a CD-ROM containing PDF images of the (i) Revised First Amended
Disclosure Statement for the Trustee’s Plan of Liquidation Dated July 15,
2015 [Docket No. 1535], with all the exhibits thereto excluding the Plan
(as defined below), (ii) Trustee’s Revised First Amended Plan of
Liquidation Dated July 15, 2015 [Docket No. 1534], with all the exhibits
thereto (the “Plan”), (iii) Notice of Filing Revised Exhibits to Plan
Supplement, dated July 8, 2015 [Docket No. 1502] (the “Plan
Supplement”), and (iv) Order (I) Approving Proposed Disclosure
Statement; (II) Establishing Notice, Solicitation and Voting Procedures;
(III) Scheduling Confirmation Hearing; and (IV) Establishing Notice and
Objection Procedures for Confirmation of the Plan (excluding the exhibits
thereto), dated July 17, 2015 [Docket No. 1544] (collectively, the
“Solicitation CD-ROM”);
b. Notice of Order (I) Approving Proposed Disclosure Statement; (II)
Establishing Notice, Solicitation and Voting Procedures; (III) Scheduling
Confirmation Hearing; and (IV) Establishing Notice and Objection
Procedures for Confirmation of the Plan [Docket No. 1548] (the
“Confirmation Hearing Notice”);
c. French Translation of Notice of Order (I) Approving Proposed Disclosure
Statement; (II) Establishing Notice, Solicitation and Voting Procedures;
(III) Scheduling Confirmation Hearing; and (IV) Establishing Notice and
Objection Procedures for Confirmation of the Plan, a copy of which is
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attached hereto as Exhibit A (collectively, with the Confirmation Hearing
Notice, the “Confirmation Hearing Notices”);
d. English version and French Translation of the Notice to Holders of
Derailment Claims of Order (I) Approving Proposed Disclosure
Statement; (II) Establishing Notice, Solicitation and Voting Procedures;
(III) Scheduling Confirmation Hearing; and (IV) Establishing Notice and
Objection Procedures for Confirmation of the Plan, including the
schedules thereto, copies of which are attached hereto as Exhibit B (the
“Derailment Notices”);
e. English version and French Translation of the Ballot for Class 8,
Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claims, non-customized
samples of which are attached hereto as Exhibit C (collectively, the
“Class 8 Ballot”);
f. English version and French Translation of the Ballot for Certain Impaired
Claims, the forms of which are attached hereto as Exhibit D (collectively,
the “Other Impaired Claims Ballot”);
g. English version and French Translation of the Ballot for Class 12,
Derailment Wrongful Death Claims, non-customized samples of which are
attached hereto as Exhibit E (collectively, the “Class 12 Ballot”);
h. Notice of Non-Voting Status with Respect to Classes Deemed to Accept
the Plan, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit F (the
“Unimpaired Non-Voting Notice”)
i. Notice of Non-Voting Status with Respect to Classes Deemed to Reject
the Plan, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit G (the “Impaired
Non-Voting Notice”); and
j. a pre-addressed, postage paid return envelope (the “Return Envelope”), a
sample of which is not attached hereto.
2.
In addition, at my direction and under my supervision, employees of Prime Clerk
caused the following materials in connection with the Chapter 15 proceeding of Montreal Maine
& Atlantic Canada Co. (collectively, the “Chapter 15 Documents”) to be served:
a. Chapter 15 Voluntary Petition of Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Canada Co.
[Case No. 15-20518, Docket No. 1];
b. Verified Petition for Recognition of Foreign Proceeding and Related
Relief (With Memorandum of Law) [Case No. 15-20518, Docket No. 2];
c. Proposed Order Granting Recognition and Related Relief [Case No. 15SRF 3431
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20518, Docket No. 2-4];
d. Notice of Filing and Hearing on Petition Seeking Recognition of Canadian
Proceeding Pursuant to Chapter 15 of the United States Bankruptcy Code,
and Seeking Approval of Form And Manner of Notice [Case No. 1520518, Docket No. 2-5];
e. Motion for Entry of an Order Recognizing and Enforcing the Plan
Sanction Order of the Québec Superior Court [Case No. 15-20518, Docket
No. 3];
f. Memorandum of Law in Support of Motion for Entry of an Order
Recognizing and Enforcing the Plan Sanction Order of the Québec
Superior Court [Case No. 15-20518, Docket No. 5];
g. Proposed Order Recognizing and Enforcing the Plan Sanction Order of the
Québec Superior Court and the exhibits thereto [Case No. 15-20518,
Docket Nos. 3-1, 3-2 & 3-3];
h. Notice of Filing and Hearing on Motion for Entry of an Order
Recognizing and Enforcing the Plan Sanction Order of the Québec
Superior Court, and Motion Seeking Approval of Form and Manner of
Notice [Case No. 15-20518, Docket No. 3-6]; and
i. Draft English Translation of Judgment on Motion to Approve the Plan of
Arrangement, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit H.
3.
Unless otherwise stated, on July 23, 2015, at my direction and under my
supervision, employees of Prime Clerk caused true and correct copies of the above materials to
be served as follows: 1
a.
the Solicitation CD-ROM, Confirmation Hearing Notices, Derailment
Notices, Plan Supplement, Class 8 Ballot, Chapter 15 Documents and a
Return Envelope were served via first class mail on the Class 8 parties
identified on the service list attached hereto as Exhibit I;
b.
the Solicitation CD-ROM, Confirmation Hearing Notices, Derailment
Notices, Plan Supplement, Other Impaired Claims Ballot, Chapter 15
Documents and a Return Envelope were served via first class mail on the
Other Impaired Claims parties identified on the service list attached hereto
as Exhibit J;
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To protect the privacy of certain individuals holding Derailment Claims, Prime Clerk has redacted the addresses of
those individuals. Prime Clerk, however, hereby represents that it served the materials referenced below upon each
such individual holder of a Derailment Claims directly, and not merely through such holders’ counsel.
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EN CAS DE DIVERGENCE ENTRE LA VERSION ANGLAISE ET LA VERSION
FRANÇAISE, LA VERSION ANGLAISE PRÉVAUDRA.
UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
DISTRICT OF MAINE
In re :
MONTREAL MAINE & ATLANTIC
RAILWAY, LTD.
Bk. No 13-10670
Chapter 11
Debtor.
NOTICE OF ORDER (I) APPROVING PROPOSED DISCLOSURE STATEMENT;
(II) ESTABLISHING NOTICE, SOLICITATION AND VOTING PROCEDURES;
(III) SCHEDULING CONFIRMATION HEARING; AND (IV) ESTABLISHING
NOTICE AND OBJECTION PROCEDURES FOR CONFIRMATION OF THE PLAN
Robert J. Keach, Esq. (le « Trustee »), Chapter 11 trustee (syndic) pour l’affaire en rubrique
Montreal Maine & Atlantic Railway, Ltd. (la « Debtor »), soumet le présent avis d’approbation (le
« Notice ») du Revised First Amended Disclosure Statement for the Trustee’s Plan of Liquidation
Dated July 7, 2015 [D.E. 1535] (comme celui-ci peut être amendé ou modifié, le « Disclosure
Statement ») à l’égard du Trustee’s Revised First Amended Plan for Liquidation Dated July 7,
2015 [D.E. 1534] (comme celui-ci peut être amendé ou modifié, le « Plan »). 1
VOUS DEVEZ LIRE LE PLAN ENTIÈREMENT AVANT DE VOTER POUR
ACCEPTER OU REJETER LE PLAN.
LES DÉTENTEURS DE DERAILMENT CLAIMS ET CEUX QUI ONT UN
INTÉRÊT DANS LES ACTIFS D’ASSURANCE CONCERNÉS SERONT SOUMIS AUX
QUITTANCES ET AUX INJONCTIONS INTERDISANT LE MAINTIEN DE TOUTE
CLAIM CONTRE CERTAINES PARTIES EN CONFORMITÉ AVEC LE PLAN ET LE
« CCAA PLAN » AINSI QUE LA « CONFIRMATION ORDER », LE « CHAPTER 15
RECOGNITION AND ENFORCEMENT ORDER », ET LA « CCAA APPROVAL
ORDER ». LES DÉTENTEURS DE DERAILEMENT CLAIM ET CEUX QUI ONT UN
INTÉRÊT DANS LES ACTIFS D’ASSURANCE CONCERNÉS DOIVENT LIRE TRÈS
SOIGNEUSEMENT CES SECTIONS DU PLAN ET CONSULTER UN AVOCAT
CONCERNANT CES QUITTANCES ET INJONCTIONS.
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Les expressions comportant une majuscule initiale qui ne sont pas définies aux présentes auront la signification qui
leur est attribuée dans le Plan ou le Disclosure Statement, suivant le cas.
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DATES IMPORTANTES
Veuillez prendre note des dates importantes ci-après fixées par la Court dans le Disclosure
Statement Order (comme définie ci-après) :
1. La date limite pour déposer une objection ou une réponse au Plan est le 10 septembre
2015 à 17 heures (Heure de l’Est applicable) (la «Objection Deadline»).
2. La date limite pour voter sur le Plan est le 10 septembre 2015 à 17 heures (Heure de
l’Est applicable) (la «Voting Deadline »). Le Noticing and Solicitation Agent
(comme cette expression est définie ci-après) du Trustee doit recevoir le bulletin
de vote (ballot) au plus tard à la Voting Deadline pour que ce bulletin soit pris en
compte.
3. L’audience qui se penchera sur la confirmation du Plan (le « Confirmation Hearing »)
se tiendra le 24 septembre 2015 à 9 heures (Heure de l’Est applicable).
A. APPROBATION JUDICIAIRE DES DISCLOSURE STATEMENT ET
SOLICITATION PROCEDURES .
Le 17 juillet 2015, le United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maine (la « Court
») a prononcé le Order (I) Approving Proposed Disclosure Statement; (II) Approving Notice,
Solicitation and Voting Procedures; (III) Scheduling Confirmation Hearing; and (IV) Establishing
Notice and Objection Procedures for Confirmation of the Plan [D.E. 1544] (le «Disclosure
Statement Order») qui a notamment : (i) approuvé la suffisance du Disclosure Statement déposé
en soutien du Plan; et (ii) autorisé le Trustee à solliciter des acceptations ou des rejets du Plan
auprès des détenteurs de Impaired Claims qui sont ou peuvent être en droit de recevoir des
distributions en vertu du Plan.
B. VOTING RECORD DATE.
Le 15 juillet 2015 est la Voting Record Date aux fins du vote pour la détermination (i) des
détenteurs de Claims en droit de voter sur le Plan et (ii) de la question de savoir s’il y a eu une
cession en bonne et due forme des Claims en vertu de la Bankruptcy Rule 3001(e) de manière à ce
que le cessionnaire applicable puisse voter à titre de détenteur de la Claim.
C. VOTING DEADLINE.
Si vous déteniez une Claim contre la Debtor à la Voting Record Date et que vous êtes en
droit de voter sur le Plan, vous avez reçu un Ballot (bulletin de vote) et des consignes de vote
applicables à votre(vos) Claim(s) avec le présent Notice. Votre vote sera pris en compte en liaison
avec la confirmation du Plan uniquement si vous vous conformez aux consignes de vote et
inscrivez toutes les informations nécessaires sur le Ballot en plus de signer et de retourner le Ballot
rempli de manière à ce qu’il soit effectivement reçu au plus tard à la Voting Deadline. Toute nonconformité aux consignes de vote accompagnant le Ballot peut entraîner le rejet de votre Ballot et
de votre vote concernant le Plan.
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D. OBJECTIONS AU PLAN.
Toute objection au Plan doit : (i) être consignée par écrit; (ii) se conformer aux Bankruptcy
Rules et aux Local Rules; (iii) préciser le nom et l’adresse de la partie formulant une objection
ainsi que le montant et la nature de la Claim; (iv) énoncer en détail le fondement et la nature de
toute objection au Plan; (v) proposer une modification au Plan permettant (le cas échéant) de
résoudre cette objection; et (vi) être déposée, concurremment avec une preuve de signification,
auprès de la Court et être signifiée de manière à être effectivement reçue par chacune des parties
suivantes au plus tard à la Objection Deadline :
Chapter 11 Trustee :
U.S. Trustee:
Robert J. Keach, Esq.
BERNSTEIN, SHUR,
SAWYER & NELSON, P.A.
100 Middle Street
P.O. Box 9729
Portland, ME 04104
Téléphone : (207) 774-1200
Télécopieur : (207) 774-1127
Stephen G. Morrell, Esq.
OFFICE OF THE U.S. TRUSTEE
537 Congress Street
Portland, ME 04101
Téléphone : (207) 780-3564
E. CONFIRMATION HEARING.
Le Confirmation Hearing débutera le 24 septembre 2015 à 9 heures (Heure de l’Est
applicable) devant l’Honorable Peter G. Cary, United States Bankruptcy Judge, in the United
States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maine, 537 Congress Street, Second Floor, Portland,
Maine 04101. Vous êtes par les présentes avisé(e) que le Confirmation Hearing peut être reporté
de temps à autre par la Court ou par le Trustee sans avis ultérieur autre qu’une annonce de cet
ajournement lors de l'audience ou par un avis d’ajournement déposé auprès de la Court et signifié
aux parties en droit de recevoir des avis en vertu de la Bankruptcy Rule 2002 et des Local Rules,
ou autrement. Conformément au Plan, le Plan peut être modifié, au besoin, avant ou pendant le
Confirmation Hearing ou à la suite de celui-ci sans autre mesure de la part du Trustee et sans avis
ultérieur à la Court ou à toute autre entité ou sans mesure, ordonnance ou approbation ultérieure
de la Court ou de toute autre entité.
F. SOLICITATION PACKAGES.
On peut se procurer gratuitement le Solicitation Package (autre que les Ballots) auprès du
noticing and solicitation agent du Trustee (le « Noticing and Solicitation Agent ») en s’adressant
par écrit à Montreal Maine Ballot Processing, c/o Prime Clerk LLC, 830 Third Avenue, 9th Floor,
New York, NY 10022, ou par téléphone en composant le (855) 388-4576. Le Noticing and
Solicitation Agent répondra aux questions concernant les procédures et les exigences applicables
pour voter en faveur ou en opposition au Plan, fournira des copies supplémentaires de l’ensemble
du matériel, et surveillera le décompte des votes.
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G. ADMISSION TEMPORAIRE DES CLAIMS ET INTÉRÊTS AUX FINS DU
VOTE.
Aux fins du vote seulement, chaque claim (réclamation) au sein d’une Voting Class sera
admise temporairement à un montant équivalant au montant de cette claim tel que précisé dans les
Schedules ou dans les documents de la Debtor, le cas échéant, sous réserve des exceptions
suivantes :
(a)
Si une claim est réputée admise en vertu du Plan, cette claim est admise à
des fins de vote au montant réputé admis tel que précisé dans le Plan;
(b)
Si une proof of claim a été déposée à temps à un montant qui est liquidé,
non éventuel et non contesté, cette claim est admise temporairement au
montant précisé dans la proof of claim, à moins que cette claim ne soit
contestée de la manière prévue au sous-alinéa (g) ci-après;
(c)
Si une claim pour laquelle une proof of claim a été déposée à temps est
éventuelle, non liquidée ou contestée, cette claim se voit attribuer un vote
et elle est évaluée à un dollar (1,00 $) à des fins de vote seulement, et non à
des fins d’admission ou de distribution, à moins que cette claim ne soit
contestée de la manière prévue au sous-alinéa (g) ci-après;
(d)
Si une claim a été estimée ou admise par ailleurs à des fins de vote en vertu
d’une ordonnance de la Bankruptcy Court, cette claim est admise
temporairement au montant ainsi estimé ou admis par la Bankruptcy Court
à des fins de vote seulement, et non à des fins d’admission ou de
distribution;
(e)
Si une claim apparaît dans les Schedules comme étant éventuelle, non
liquidée ou contestée, ou au montant de zéro ou à un montant inconnu, et
qu’une proof of claim (i) n’a pas été déposée à la Bar Date ou à la Extended
Bar Date, le cas échéant, ou (ii) n’est pas réputée déposée à temps par une
ordonnance de la Bankruptcy Court avant la Voting Deadline, le Trustee
propose le rejet de cette claim aux fins du vote en vertu de la Bankruptcy
Rule 3003(c);
(f)
Si une claim apparaît dans les Schedules ou sur une proof of claim déposée
à temps comme étant éventuelle, non liquidée ou contestée en partie, cette
claim est admise temporairement au montant qui est liquidé, non éventuel
et non contesté à des fins de vote seulement, et non à des fins d’admission
ou de distribution, à moins que cette claim ne soit contestée de la manière
prévue au sous-alinéa (g) ci-après;
(g)
Si, avant la Voting deadline, le Trustee a déposé une objection en vue de
rejeter ou d’éliminer entièrement toute Proof of Claim, le vote du réclamant
d’une telle Claim ne sera pris en compte à aucune fin à l’égard du Plan ou
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du Confirmation Hearing, à moins et jusqu’à ce que ce réclamant obtienne
de la Bankruptcy Court une ordonnance à l’effet contraire et si, avant la
Voting Deadline, le Trustee a déposé une objection en vue de rejeter ou
d’éliminer en partie une preuve de Claim qui a été déposée, le vote du
réclamant d’une telle Claim sera compté à toutes fins à l’égard du Plan ou
du Confirmation Hearing uniquement dans la mesure de la partie non
contestée de cette Claim, à moins et jusqu’à ce que ce réclamant obtienne,
de la Bankruptcy Court, une ordonnance prévoyant autre chose .
(h)
Les Ballots présentés par les détenteurs allégués de Claims d’une Voting
Class dont les Proofs of Claims n’ont pas été déposées à temps et les Claims
alléguées n’apparaissent pas dans les Schedules de la Debtor seront rejetées
aux fins du vote.
Si un créancier veut contester l’admission ou le rejet de sa claim à des fins de vote, le
Trustee propose que le créancier dépose auprès de la Bankruptcy Court une requête visant à obtenir
une ordonnance en vertu de la Bankruptcy Rule 3018(a) admettant temporairement cette claim à
des fins de vote à un montant différent (la «Rule 3018(a) Motion »). Au dépôt d’une telle requête,
le Trustee propose que le Ballot du créancier ne soit pas compté à moins qu’il ne soit admis
temporairement par une ordonnance de la Bankruptcy Court prononcée avant ou au même moment
qu’une ordonnance confirmant le Plan. Le Trustee propose que toutes les Rule 3018(a) Motions
soient déposées au plus tard le dixième (10e) jour civil précédant la Voting Deadline.
Chaque créancier donnant un vote d’acceptation ou de rejet du Plan est réputé avoir voté
le plein montant de sa claim à cet égard.
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CONCLUSION
Le Trustee estime que la confirmation et la mise en œuvre du Plan sont dans le meilleur
intérêt de tous les créanciers et demande aux détenteurs de Claims de voter pour que le Plan soit
accepté et de démontrer une telle acceptation en envoyant leurs bulletins de vote (ballots) pour
qu'ils soient reçus au plus tard à 17 heures (Heure de l’Est applicable) à la Voting Deadline.
Daté : 22 juillet, 2015
ROBERT J. KEACH
CHAPTER 11 TRUSTEE OF MONTREAL
MAINE & ATLANTIC RAILWAY, LTD.
Par le biais de ses avocats :
/s/ Lindsay K. Zahradka
D. Sam Anderson, Esq.
Lindsay K. Zahradka, Esq. (admis pro hac vice)
Timothy J. McKeon, Esq.
Roma N. Desai, Esq.
BERNSTEIN, SHUR, SAWYER & NELSON, P.A.
100 Middle Street, P.O. Box 9729
Portland, ME 04101-5029
Tél. : (207) 774-1200 / Fax : (207) 774-1127
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
DISTRICT OF MAINE
In re:
MONTREAL MAINE & ATLANTIC
RAILWAY, LTD.
Bk. No. 13-10670
Chapter 11
Debtor.
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF DERAILMENT CLAIMS OF ORDER
(I) APPROVING PROPOSED DISCLOSURE STATEMENT; (II) ESTABLISHING
NOTICE, SOLICITATION AND VOTING PROCEDURES; (III) SCHEDULING
CONFIRMATION HEARING; AND (IV) ESTABLISHING NOTICE AND
OBJECTION PROCEDURES FOR CONFIRMATION OF THE PLAN
Robert J. Keach, Esq. (the “Trustee”), chapter 11 trustee for the above-captioned case of
Montréal Maine & Atlantic Railway, Ltd. (the “Debtor”), submits this notice (the “Notice”) of the
approval of the Revised First Amended Disclosure Statement for the Trustee’s Plan of Liquidation
Dated July 15, 2015 [D.E. 1535] (as the same may be amended or modified, the “Disclosure
Statement”) with respect to the Trustee’s Revised First Amended Plan of Liquidation Dated July 15,
2015 [D.E. 1534] (as the same may be amended or modified, the “Plan”). 1
YOU SHOULD READ THE PLAN AND THE DISCLOSURE STATEMENT IN
THEIR ENTIRETY BEFORE VOTING TO ACCEPT OR REJECT THE PLAN. THE
FOLLOWING NOTICE SUMMARIZES CERTAIN KEY PROVISIONS OF PARTICULAR
IMPORTANCE TO HOLDERS OF DERAILMENT CLAIMS BUT IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE
FOR REVIEW OF THE FULL PLAN AND DISCLOSURE STATEMENT.
HOLDERS OF DERAILMENT CLAIMS AND THOSE WITH INTERESTS IN
APPLICABLE INSURANCE ASSETS SHALL BE SUBJECT TO RELEASES AND
INJUNCTIONS PRECLUDING PURSUIT OF ANY CLAIM AGAINST CERTAIN PARTIES
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PLAN AND THE CCAA PLAN, AS WELL AS THE
CONFIRMATION ORDER, THE CHAPTER 15 RECOGNITION AND ENFORCEMENT
ORDER, AND THE CCAA APPROVAL ORDER. HOLDERS OF DERAILMENT CLAIMS
AND THOSE WITH INTERESTS IN APPLICABLE INSURANCE ASSETS SHOULD READ
SUCH SECTIONS OF THE PLAN WITH GREAT CARE AND CONSULT WITH COUNSEL
REGARDING SUCH RELEASES AND INJUNCTIONS.
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Capitalized terms not defined herein will have the meaning ascribed to them in the Motion for an Order (I) Approving
Proposed Disclosure Statement; (II) Establishing Notice, Solicitation, and Voting Procedures; (III) Scheduling
Confirmation Hearing; and (IV) Establishing Notice and Objection Procedures for Confirmation of the Plan [D.E. 1432]
or the Plan, as applicable. Certain significant defined terms from the Plan have been reproduced in Appendix A hereto.
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IMPORTANT DATES
Please take note of the following important dates ordered by the Court in the Disclosure Statement
Order (as defined hereinafter):
1. The deadline to file an objection or response to the Plan is September 10, 2015 at 5:00
p.m. (prevailing Eastern Time) (the “Objection Deadline”).
2. The deadline to vote on the Plan is September 10, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. (prevailing
Eastern Time) (the “Voting Deadline”). For a ballot to be counted, the Trustee’s
Noticing and Solicitation Agent (as defined hereinafter) must receive the ballot by
the Voting Deadline.
3. The hearing to consider confirmation of the Plan (the “Confirmation Hearing”) will be
September 24, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. (prevailing Eastern Time).
A.
COURT APPROVAL OF THE DISCLOSURE STATEMENT AND
SOLICITATION PROCEDURES
On July 17, 2015, the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maine (the “Court”)
entered the Order (I) Approving Proposed Disclosure Statement; (II) Approving Notice, Solicitation
and Voting Procedures; (III) Scheduling Confirmation Hearing; and (IV) Establishing Notice and
Objection Procedures for Confirmation of the Plan [D.E. 1544] (the “Disclosure Statement Order”)
that, among other things: (i) approved the adequacy of the Disclosure Statement filed in support of
the Plan; and (ii) authorized the Trustee to solicit acceptances or rejections of the Plan from holders
of Impaired Claims who are or may be entitled to receive distributions under the Plan.
B.
VOTING RECORD DATE
July 15, 2015 is the Voting Record Date for purposes of determining (i) which holders of
Claims are entitled to vote on the Plan and (ii) whether Claims have been properly transferred to an
assignee pursuant to Bankruptcy Rule 3001(e) such that the applicable assignee can vote as the holder
of the Claim.
C.
VOTING DEADLINE
If you held a Claim against the Debtor as of the Voting Record Date and are entitled to vote
on the Plan, you have received a Ballot and voting instructions applicable to your Claim(s) with this
Notice. For your vote to be counted in connection with the confirmation of the Plan, you must follow
the voting instructions, complete all required information on the Ballot, and execute and return the
completed Ballot so that it is actually received on or before the Voting Deadline. Any failure to
follow the voting instructions included with the Ballot may disqualify your Ballot and your vote on
the Plan.
D.
OBJECTIONS TO THE PLAN
Any objections to the Plan must: (i) be in writing; (ii) conform to the Bankruptcy Rules and
the Local Bankruptcy Rules; (iii) state the name and address of the objecting party and the amount
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and nature of the Claim; (iv) state with particularity the basis and nature of any objection to the Plan;
(v) propose a modification to the Plan that would resolve such objection (if applicable); and (vi) be
filed, contemporaneously with a proof of service, with the Court and served so as to be actually
received by each of the following notice parties by the Objection Deadline:
Chapter 11 Trustee:
U.S. Trustee:
Robert J. Keach, Esq.
BERNSTEIN, SHUR,
SAWYER & NELSON, P.A.
100 Middle Street
P.O. Box 9729
Portland, ME 04104
Telephone: (207) 774-1200
Facsimile: (207) 774-1127
Stephen G. Morrell, Esq.
OFFICE OF THE U.S. TRUSTEE
537 Congress Street
Portland, ME 04101
Telephone: (207) 780-3564
E.
CONFIRMATION HEARING
The Confirmation Hearing will commence on September 24, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. (prevailing
Eastern Time) before the Honorable Peter G. Cary, United States Bankruptcy Judge, in the United
States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maine, 537 Congress Street, Second Floor, Portland,
Maine 04101. Please be advised that the Confirmation Hearing may be continued from time to time
by the Court or the Trustee without further notice other than by such adjournment being announced
in open court or by a notice of adjournment being filed with the Court and served on parties entitled
to notice under Bankruptcy Rule 2002 and the Local Bankruptcy Rules, or otherwise. In accordance
with the Plan, the Plan may be modified, if necessary, prior to, during, or as a result of the
Confirmation Hearing without further action by the Trustee and without further notice to or action,
order, or approval of the Court or any other entity.
F.
SOLICITATION PACKAGES
The Solicitation Package (other than the Ballots) may be obtained at no cost from the Trustee’s
noticing and solicitation agent (the “Noticing and Solicitation Agent”) (i) at
https://cases.primeclerk.com/mma/, (ii) by writing to Montréal Maine Ballot Processing, c/o Prime
Clerk LLC, 830 Third Avenue, 9th Floor, New York, NY 10022, or (iii) by telephone at (855) 3884576. The Noticing and Solicitation Agent will answer questions regarding the procedures and
requirements for voting to accept or reject the Plan, provide additional copies of all materials, and
oversee the voting tabulation.
G.
TEMPORARY ALLOWANCE OF CLAIMS AND INTERESTS FOR VOTING
PURPOSES
For the purpose of voting only, each claim within a Voting Class be temporarily allowed in
an amount equal to the amount of such claim set forth in the Schedules or the Debtor’s records, as
applicable, subject to the following exceptions:
(a)
If a claim is deemed allowed under the Plan, such claim is allowed for voting
purposes in the deemed allowed amount set forth in the Plan;
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(b)
If a proof of claim was timely filed in an amount that is liquidated,
noncontingent, and undisputed, such claim is temporarily allowed in the
amount set forth on the proof of claim, unless such claim is disputed as set
forth in subparagraph (g) below;
(c)
If a claim for which a proof of claim has been timely filed is contingent,
unliquidated, or disputed, such claim is accorded one vote and valued at one
dollar ($1.00) for voting purposes only, and not for purposes of allowance or
distribution, unless such claim is disputed as set forth in subparagraph (g)
below;
(d)
If a claim has been estimated or otherwise allowed for voting purposes by order
of the Bankruptcy Court, such claim is temporarily allowed in the amount so
estimated or allowed by the Bankruptcy Court for voting purposes only, and
not for purposes of allowance or distribution;
(e)
If a claim is listed in the Schedules as contingent, unliquidated, or disputed or
in a zero or an unknown amount, and a proof of claim was not (i) filed by the
Bar Date or Extended Bar Date, as applicable, or (ii) deemed timely filed by
an order of the Bankruptcy Court prior to the Voting Deadline, the Trustee
proposes that such claim be disallowed for voting purposes pursuant to
Bankruptcy Rule 3003(c);
(f)
If a claim is listed in the Schedules or on a timely filed proof of claim as
contingent, unliquidated, or disputed in part, such claim is temporarily allowed
in the amount that is liquidated, non-contingent, and undisputed for voting
purposes only, and not for purposes of allowance or distribution, unless such
claim is disputed as set forth in subparagraph (g) below;
(g)
If, prior to the Voting Deadline, the Trustee has filed an objection to fully
disallow or expunge any proof of Claim, the applicable claimant’s vote will
not be counted for any purpose with respect to the Plan or the Confirmation
Hearing unless and until such claimant obtains an order from the Bankruptcy
Court providing otherwise and if, prior to the Voting Deadline, the Trustee has
filed an objection seeking to disallow or expunge partially any proof of Claim
that has been filed, the applicable claimant's vote will be counted for all
purposes with respect to the Plan or the Confirmation Hearing solely to the
extent of the undisputed portion of such Claim, unless and until such claimant
obtains an order from the Bankruptcy Court providing otherwise; and
(h)
Ballots cast by alleged holders of Claims in a Voting Class who have not timely
filed proofs of Claim and whose alleged Claims are not listed on the Debtor’s
Schedules shall be disallowed for voting purposes.
If any creditor seeks to challenge the allowance or disallowance of its claim for voting
purposes, such creditor must file with the Bankruptcy Court a motion for an order pursuant to
Bankruptcy Rule 3018(a) temporarily allowing such claim for voting purposes in a different amount
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(the “Rule 3018(a) Motion”). Upon the filing of any such motion, the creditor’s Ballot shall not be
counted unless temporarily allowed by an order of the Bankruptcy Court entered prior to or concurrent
with entry of an order confirming the Plan. All Rule 3018(a) Motions must be filed no later than the
tenth (10th) calendar day before the Voting Deadline.
Each creditor that votes to accept or reject the Plan is deemed to have voted the full amount
of its claim therefor.
H.
DISTRIBUTIONS TO HOLDERS OF ALLOWED DERAILMENT CLAIMS
Holders of Derailment Wrongful Death Claims in Class 12 will receive shares of a beneficial
interest in the WD Trust. All Claims in Class 12 against the Released Parties 2 shall be channeled into
the WD Trust, where they will be satisfied from certain net proceeds of the Settlement Agreements
in accordance with the Plan, the WD Trust Agreement, and the Wrongful Death Claim Resolution
Procedures. Based on the current amount of Settlement Funds, the Trustee estimates that, in total,
the WD Trust will have more than CAD$111 million available for distribution to Holders of the
Derailment Wrongful Death Claims who timely filed Proofs of Claim and the required supporting
documentation, or were deemed to have done so. In exchange for a share of the beneficial interests
in the WD Trust, all Claims that the WD Trust Beneficiaries may hold against any and all of the
Released Parties will be released, and WD Trust Beneficiaries will be forever barred, estopped, and
enjoined from asserting those Claims against the Released Parties.
Distributions under the Plan as to all other Derailment Claims are determined by their
treatment under the CCAA (Canadian) Plan. 3 Under Article 4.2 of the CCAA Plan, creditors will be
entitled to certain distributions on their claims as follows:
Aggregate Distribution from
Funds for Distribution
24.1% (distributed to WD Trust)
10.4%
9.0%
4.1%
52.4% 4
0%
0%
Category of Claims
Wrongful Death Claims
Bodily Injury and Moral Damages Claims
Property and Economic Damages Claims
Subrogated Insurer Claims
Government Claims
Indemnity Claims
Non-Derailment Claims
Additionally, under Article 4.3 of the CCAA Plan, with the agreement of the Province of
Québec and the Federal Government of Canada (Economic Development of Canada, Québec Region),
any and all amounts payable pursuant to the CCAA Plan (a) to the Province of Québec out of the XL
Indemnity Payment (as defined in the CCAA Plan) and (b) to the Federal Government of Canada
2
The current list of Released Parties under the Settlement Agreements is set forth on Schedule A attached to this Notice.
Capitalized terms used but not otherwise defined in this section shall have the meanings ascribed to such terms in the
CCAA Plan.
4
A portion (approximately CAD$18.3 million) of the distributions on Government Claims are subject to reallocation
under Article 4.3 of the CCAA Plan in favor of holders of Wrongful Death Claims (53.3%), Bodily Injury and Moral
Damages Claims (26.7%), and Property and Economic Damages Claims (20.0%).
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(Economic Development of Canada, Québec Region) (collectively the “Reallocated Dividends”) will
be distributed as follows:
Aggregate Distribution from
Reallocated Dividends
53.3% (distributed to WD Trust)
26.7%
20.0%
Category of Claims
Wrongful Death Claims
Bodily Injury and Moral Damages Claims
Property and Economic Damages Claims
As set forth in Article 7.1 of the CCAA Plan, the Settlement Funds, to the exclusion of the XL
Indemnity Payment, shall become the subject of an administrative charge in favor of the Canadian
Professionals and shall constitute a carve-out in favor of the U.S. Professionals in order to secure the
payment of the fees, disbursements, and entitlement owed or to be owed for services rendered in
connection with the CCAA Case and the Chapter 11 Case, up to a maximum of CAD$20 million
based on the existing contributions to the Indemnity Fund.
Upon the approval of the CCAA Plan, the Settling Parties shall pay their respective portions
of the Settlement Funds in accordance with their respective Settlement Agreements and in any event
not later than thirty (30) days after the Settling Parties have received notice from the Monitor and the
Trustee certifying that the CCAA Approval Order, the Class Action Order (as defined in the CCAA
Plan) and the Confirmation Order have become Final Orders, and once all funds are contributed, the
Monitor will make distributions to creditors within forty-five (45) days after the Plan Implementation
Date (as defined in the CCAA Plan).
On June 9, 2015, creditors entitled to vote on the Amended CCAA Plan voted unanimously
to accept the Amended CCAA Plan. On June 17, 2015, the CCAA Court held a hearing to consider
sanctioning (confirmation) of the Amended CCAA Plan. On July 13, 2015, the CCAA Court entered
an order sanctioning the Amended CCAA Plan. Implementation of the Amended CCAA Plan is
conditioned upon, among other things, confirmation of the Plan.
I.
Recognition of the CCAA Plan Sanction Order Under Chapter 15 of the
Bankruptcy Code
Under the Settlement Agreements, the Monitor in the CCAA (Canadian) Case will also seek
to obtain enforcement of the sanction order with respect to the CCAA Plan through filing a chapter
15 case for MMA Canada in the Bankruptcy Court and seeking an order in aid of enforcing the CCAA
Plan sanction order pursuant to chapter 15. The Trustee understands that the filing of a petition for
recognition under chapter 15 for MMA Canada by the Monitor, along with related pleadings, is
imminent.
J.
DISTRIBUTION MATRICES FOR CERTAIN DERAILMENT CLAIMS
1.
Distributions to Holders of Allowed Derailment Wrongful Death Claims
Under the Plan and the CCAA Plan, individual holders of Allowed Derailment Wrongful
Death Claims shall receive distributions in accordance with a matrix of factors shown on Schedule B
to this Notice. The distributions to individual holders of Allowed Derailment Wrongful Death Claims
shall depend on such factors and the final amount of the Indemnity Fund.
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Distributions to Holders of Allowed Derailment Moral Damages and Personal
Injury Claims
Under the Plan and the CCAA Plan, holders of Allowed Derailment Moral Damages and
Personal Injury Claims shall receive distributions in accordance with a matrix of factors shown on
Schedule C to this Notice. The distributions to holders of Allowed Derailment Moral Damages and
Personal Injury Claims shall depend on such factors and the final amount of the Indemnity Fund.
K.
OTHER DERAILMENT CLAIMS
1.
Property and Economic Damages Claims
Under the Plan and the CCAA Plan, holders of Allowed Derailment Property Damages Claims
shall receive distributions from, in the aggregate, 9% of the Funds for Distribution and 20% of the
Reallocated Dividends, to be distributed in accordance with Schedule D to this Notice.
2.
Property Subrogated Insurance Claims
Under the Plan and the CCAA Plan, holders of Allowed Derailment Property Subrogated
Insurance Claims shall receive distributions from, in the aggregate, 4.1% of the Funds for Distribution
on a pro rata basis amongst the other holders of Allowed Derailment Property Subrogated Insurance
Claims.
3.
Government Claims
Under the Plan and the CCAA Plan, holders of Allowed Derailment Government Claims shall
receive distributions from, in the aggregate, 52.4% of the Funds for Distribution on a pro rata basis
amongst the other holders of Allowed Derailment Government Claims as follows:
L.
(a)
Province of Québec: 89.9% of the Government Claims;
(b)
The City of Lac-Mégantic: 4.4% of the Government Claims;
(c)
The Federal Government of Canada: 4.6% of the Government Claims; and
(d)
Commission de la Santé et de la Sécurité au Travail: 1.1% of the Government
Claims.
WD TRUST
Execution of WD Trust Agreement
On or before the Effective Date, the Trustee or Estate Representative, on behalf of the Debtor,
and the WD Trustee, on behalf of the WD Trust Beneficiaries and Holders of Allowed Class 12
Claims, shall execute the WD Trust Agreement, and shall perform all other necessary steps to
establish the WD Trust.
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Purpose of WD Trust
The WD Trust shall be established for the sole purpose of implementing the Plan on behalf
of, and for the benefit of, WD Trust Beneficiaries and Holders of Allowed Class 12 Claims, and to
serve as a mechanism for liquidating, converting to Cash and distributing the WD Trust Assets for
the benefit of WD Trust Beneficiaries and Holders of Allowed Class 12 Claims, with no objective to
continue or engage in the conduct of a trade or business, except to the extent reasonably necessary to,
and consistent with, the liquidating purposes of the WD Trust. The WD Trust is organized and
established as a trust pursuant to which the WD Trustee, subject to the terms and conditions contained
in the WD Trust Agreement and in the Plan, is to hold the WD Trust Assets and dispose of the same
in accordance with the WD Trust Agreement and the Plan in accordance with Treasury Regulation
section 301.7701-4(d).
Assets of the WD Trust
As soon as practicable after the Effective Date, the Monitor shall pay to the Trustee (or the
Estate Representative), or at the instruction of the Trustee (or the Estate Representative) shall pay
directly to the WD Trust, the Initial WD Trust Assets and any Additional WD Trust Assets or other
funds designated for distribution to Holders of Class 12 Claims and held by the Monitor. The WD
Trust shall consist of (a) the Initial WD Trust Assets, which the Estate Representative shall deliver,
transfer assign or cause to be delivered, transferred or assigned, as applicable, to the WD Trust, (b) the
Additional WD Trust Assets, which, following the Confirmation Date and as soon after receipt as is
reasonably practicable, the Estate Representative shall deliver or cause to be delivered to the WD
Trust, and (c) any additional assets disbursed to the WD Trust in accordance with the Plan, including
from the liquidation or monetization of Settlement Non-Cash Assets. All Assets held by the WD
Trust shall constitute the proceeds of Claims for compensatory damages only, paid to the WD Trust
Beneficiaries pursuant to the judgment and/or order of a court of competent jurisdiction.
Governance of the WD Trust
The WD Trust will be administered by the WD Trustee. The initial WD Trustee shall be
selected by the Trustee, after consultation with U.S. counsel to the Holders of Derailment Wrongful
Death Claims. Subsequent appointments of WD Trustee(s) shall be made in accordance with the
provisions of the WD Trust Agreement and the Plan. Decisions with respect to all matters relating to
the WD Trust shall be made by the WD Trustee, subject to the terms of the WD Trust Agreement.
The WD Trust Agreement shall govern the removal of any WD Trustee and appointment of any
successor WD Trustee. The WD Trust Agreement specifies that the WD Trustee shall be a resident
of the United States. The WD Trustee shall be bonded in such amount as the Trustee or the U.S.
Trustee shall reasonably request or, in the event of a dispute, as set by the Bankruptcy Court.
Role of the WD Trustee
In furtherance of, and consistent with the purpose of, the WD Trust and the Plan, the WD
Trustee shall, subject to the terms of the Plan and the WD Trust Agreement, (a) have the power and
authority to hold, manage, sell and distribute the WD Trust Assets as set forth herein and in the WD
Trust Agreement, (b) have the power and authority to hold, manage, sell and distribute Cash obtained
through the exercise of its power and authority (c) have the exclusive power and authority to object
to the allowance of, seek the disallowance of or compromise any Class 12 Claim, and (d) have the
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power and authority to perform such other functions as are provided in the WD Trust Agreement.
The WD Trustee shall be responsible for all decisions and duties with respect to the WD Trust and
the WD Trust Assets, subject to the terms of the Plan and the WD Trust Agreement. Subject to the
provisions of the WD Trust Agreement, in all circumstances, the WD Trustee shall act in furtherance
of the purpose of the WD Trust, and shall use commercially reasonable efforts to dispose of the WD
Trust Assets and to make timely distributions and not unduly prolong the duration of the WD Trust.
In this respect, the WD Trustee shall make distributions strictly in accordance with the Wrongful
Death Claim Resolution Procedures unless permitted by a Final Order of the Bankruptcy Court or the
District Court (in accordance with section 5.14 of the Plan), to deviate therefrom.
Investments
Investments of all assets, including monies, held in the WD Trust shall be administered,
subject to the limitations and provisions set forth in Section 5.8 of the Plan, in view of the manner in
which individuals of ordinary prudence, discretion and judgment would act in the management of
their own affairs, and with the understanding that it is intended that distributions from the WD Trust
to WD Trust Beneficiaries, which will have the effect of liquidating and terminating the WD Trust,
will commence immediately upon or soon after the Effective Date of the Plan and will be completed
soon thereafter. The WD Trustee shall invest and reinvest the principal and income of the WD Trust
and keep the funds of the WD Trust invested in interest-bearing accounts at an approved depository
institution to be selected from the U.S. Trustee’s List of Authorized Depositories for Bankruptcy
Cases filed in Region One, dated May 18, 2015. Each account shall be treated as a single fund without
distinction between principal and income. For purposes of this paragraph, “interest-bearing account”
may include a money fund whose objectives are current income consistent with liquidity and low risk,
the maintenance of a portfolio of high quality, short-term money market instruments, and
maintenance of a constant $1.00 net asset value per share, to the extent the WD Trustee determines
that such fund is consistent with provisions for investment set forth in Internal Revenue Service
Revenue Procedure 94-45 or any successor guidance issued by the Internal Revenue Service. All
investments shall be made so as to at all times provide sufficient liquidity to meet the anticipated cash
needs of the WD Trust as set forth herein. In investing, reinvesting, exchanging, selling and managing
the WD Trust accounts, the WD Trustee shall discharge its duties with respect to said accounts solely
in the interest of the accomplishment of the purposes and objectives of the WD Trust.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, the WD Trustee shall make continuing efforts to make timely
distributions and not unduly prolong the duration of the WD Trust, consistent with the limitations set
forth in Internal Revenue Service Revenue Procedure 94-45 or any applicable successor authority.
Fees, Costs and Expenses of the WD Trust
(a)
The WD Trust shall pay from the WD Trust Assets (i) all WD Trust Expenses;
(ii) any tax liability imposed on the WD Trust; (iii) all obligations or other liabilities incurred or
assumed by the WD Trust (including but not limited to any reserves established by the WD Trust);
(iv) all expenses reasonably necessary to meet contingent liabilities and to maintain the value of the
WD Trust Assets during liquidation; and (v) all expenses reasonably necessary to satisfy any other
obligations of the WD Trust set forth in the Plan, the Confirmation Order or the WD Trust Agreement.
(b)
The WD Trustee shall be entitled to reasonable compensation in an amount
consistent with that of similar functionaries in similar types of proceedings, and shall be reimbursed
from the WD Trust Assets for his or her reasonable expenses, including travel expenses, reasonably
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required and incurred in the performance of his or her duties, in each case subject to the terms and
provisions of the Plan and the WD Trust Agreement.
(c)
The WD Trustee may retain such law firms or attorneys, experts, advisors,
consultants, investigators, appraisers, auctioneers, corporate management services, or other persons
or professional firms as the WD Trustee determines, in his or her sole discretion, are necessary,
desirable or appropriate to aid in the performance of his or her duties, without the need for further
order or notice. The WD Trustee may pay or appropriate funds from the WD Trust Assets necessary
to pay the professionals for services rendered and expenses incurred after the Effective Date without
any need for filing fee applications under the Bankruptcy Code or approval of any court, subject to
the provisions of section 5.10 of the Plan.
Distribution of the WD Trust Assets
The WD Trustee shall distribute the proceeds of the WD Trust Assets strictly in accordance
with the Plan, the Confirmation Order, the WD Trust Agreement and the Wrongful Death Claim
Resolution Procedures, unless the Bankruptcy Court or the District Court, by Final Order, allows a
deviation therefrom. In connection with such distributions, and except as provided below in Section
5.10 of the Plan, the Trustee, the Post-Effective Date Estate and the Estate Representative shall have
no responsibility or liability for (a) the creation, existence, operation or administration of the WD
Trust; (b) any acts or omissions of the WD Trustee in administering the WD Trust; (c) any
reimbursement and reporting obligations under applicable law or regulations; or (d) any payment or
non-payment of Claims. The WD Trust shall indemnify and hold harmless the Trustee, the PostEffective Date Estate and the Estate Representative (but with recourse in all circumstances limited
solely to the assets of the WD Trust, and without recourse to the WD Trustee personally or to any
WD Trust Beneficiaries) from any and all claims, losses, causes of action, demands, liabilities,
expenses, fees, including, but not limited to, attorneys' fees, and costs of any kind arising from or
relating to (a) the creation, existence, operation or administration of the WD Trust; (b) any acts or
omissions of the WD Trustee in administering the WD Trust; (c) any reimbursement or reporting
obligations under applicable law or regulations; or (d) any payment or non-payment by the WD Trust
to any WD Trust Beneficiary. Prior to making any distribution from the WD Trust, the WD Trust
shall retain sufficient funds to meet the fees, costs and expenses of the WD Trust.
After having given the WD Trust Beneficiary fifteen (15) days’ prior written notice of his
intention to proceed with distribution, the WD Trustee in making any distribution to a Holder of a
Derailment Wrongful Death Claim may pay to any lawyer or counsel for such Holder any fees due to
such lawyer or counsel, including, without limitation, any contingent fees due and owing to such
lawyer or counsel; distributions to any WD Trust Beneficiary who is represented by an attorney as
established by documentary evidence satisfactory to the WD Trustee shall be made separately to the
attorney (for fees) and to the WD Trust Beneficiary (for the net distribution) unless the WD Trust
Beneficiary instructs the WD Trustee in writing to issue such payment jointly to the WD Trust
Beneficiary and the attorney (or law firm) or to deliver such entire payment to such attorney (or law
firm), for later distribution of the net amount to such WD Trust Beneficiary client by such attorney
or firm. If a WD Trust Beneficiary is not represented by an attorney, all distributions shall be made
directly to the WD Trust Beneficiary. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the foregoing it is
further provided, however, that:
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(i)
no payment or distribution of any kind shall be made to any lawyer or
counsel allegedly representing the Holder of a Derailment Wrongful
Death Claim unless such lawyer or counsel presents to the WD Trustee
an executed engagement letter or other document that entitles such
lawyer or counsel to such fees or distribution, including any contingent
fee (a “Derailment Wrongful Death Client Engagement Letter”),
provided, for the avoidance of doubt, that the Representation Order
entered by the Quebec Superior Court on or about April 4, 2014 in the
CCAA Case (the “Representation Order”) together with any order
assessing counsel fees pursuant thereto, shall also constitute a
Derailment Wrongful Death Client Engagement Letter; and
(ii)
no such distribution or payment shall be made by the WD Trustee if:
(i) the Derailment Wrongful Death Client Engagement letter has been
held to be invalid or inoperative by a final order or ruling entered in
any proceeding (including an administrative proceeding) initiated by a
party with standing (as defined below) disputing the rights of such
lawyer or counsel to fees before any court, administrative tribunal or
other forum with jurisdiction over such agreements, in the United
States or Canada (collectively a “Proceeding”), in which there was a
challenge to the validity or operation of the Derailment Wrongful Death
Client Engagement Letter; or (ii) any Proceeding is pending in which
there is a challenge to the validity or operation of the Derailment
Wrongful Death Client Engagement Letter, unless and until such
Proceeding has been concluded by a final order or ruling in favor of the
lawyer or counsel involved, and then the distribution to the lawyer or
counsel shall be limited by the terms of any such final order or ruling
issued in such Proceeding, to the extent such order or ruling contains
any such limitations.
For the purposes of subparagraph (b)(ii) above, “party with standing” shall be limited to (x) the
individual Holder of a Derailment Wrongful Death Claim in his or her capacity as a client or alleged
client (or the parent or guardian of such client or alleged client, if a minor), or (y) any bar-affiliated
or governmental entity that regulates the practice of law and is granted such standing as a matter of a
governing statute or rule. Neither Class Counsel nor U.S. Counsel (each as defined below), shall be
a “party with standing” for purposes of that section, whether or not such counsel holds a power of
attorney or like document for such client, and, similarly, the Creditors Committee and its counsel
shall not be a “party or parties with standing” under that provision. Holders of Derailment Wrongful
Death Claims involved in a Proceeding shall receive the portion of their distributions on account of
their Derailment Wrongful Death Claim not in dispute in such Proceeding at the same time and in the
same manner as the Holders of other Derailment Wrongful Death Claims not involved in a
Proceeding.
For the sole purpose of determining any contingent fee due, all Distributions to a WD Trust
Beneficiary shall constitute and be deemed Distributions through and on account of the Derailment
Wrongful Death Claims, if any, of the decedent’s estate representative pursuant to which such WD
Trust Beneficiary is to receive payment under the Wrongful Death Claims Resolution Procedures,
and subject to any contrary terms of any applicable engagement agreement or any other
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documentation that is acceptable to the WD Trustee, counsel to such decedent’s estate representative
shall be entitled to payment based upon the aggregate payment to WD Trust Beneficiaries who take
or are deemed by this paragraph to take through such estates; provided, however, that application of
this paragraph shall be subject to sub-paragraphs (b)(i) and (b)(ii) above and shall not result in the
payment by any WD Trust Beneficiary of a fee, contingent or otherwise, to more than one attorney
or law firm; and the amount of any contingent fee payable on account of any estate (and the WD Trust
Beneficiary’s taking through such estate) to U.S.-based counsel to the Holders of Derailment
Wrongful Death Claims (“U.S. Counsel”) will be calculated by first excluding any distributions
(including fees) payable to Holders of Derailment Wrongful Death Claims represented solely by
counsel appointed pursuant to the Representation Order (the “Class Representatives”) and counsel
appointed therein (“Class Counsel”) pending in the Québec Superior Court, and no other fees
contingent or otherwise shall be payable on such distributions. For the purposes of this section, a
Holder of a Derailment Wrongful Death Claim shall be deemed to be solely represented by the Class
Representatives and Class Counsel only if such Holder has (i) not delivered a notice of opt-out from
representation in accordance with the Representation Order; (ii) has not signed an engagement
agreement, engagement letter, power of attorney or similar document specifying terms of
representation with U.S. Counsel; and (iii) has not filed a proof of claim in the Chapter 11 Case, prior
to the Claims Bar Date, which designates U.S. Counsel (including local counsel in Bangor, Maine)
as such Holder’s counsel. For purposes of this section, such a proof of claim can constitute a
Derailment Wrongful Death Client Engagement Letter, subject to any necessary terms of engagement
being established by evidence satisfactory to the WD Trustee. Any dispute arising under section 5.10
of the Plan, including any objection of any person or party to a determination by the WD Trustee as
to legal representation or payment of fees (collectively, “Representation Disputes”) shall be
determined exclusively by de novo review before the Bankruptcy Court, subject, however to
subparagraph (b)(ii) above in this section.
Resolving Liens.
Before disbursing any WD Trust Assets to a WD Trust Beneficiary, the WD Trustee shall
ensure that any Liens that the WD Trustee has received notice of and which may attach to any such
distribution have been resolved or have been otherwise satisfied. To that end, the WD Trustee shall
provide notice of the existence of any such Lien(s) to the WD Trust Beneficiary and, if applicable,
his or her attorney, and it shall be the WD Trust Beneficiary’s (or his or her attorney’s) responsibility
to resolve such Lien(s) against the WD Trust Beneficiary’s anticipated distribution of WD Trust
Assets within 120 days of notice from the WD Trustee. If the Lien has not been settled or otherwise
resolved within this 120-day time period, with the WD Trust Beneficiary’s consent, the WD Trustee
may retain a firm with experience in resolving liens to satisfy the WD Trust’s Beneficiary’s
obligations as represented by the Lien(s). Any payments made to resolve such Lien(s), together with
the fees paid to the Lien resolution firm, shall be deducted from the WD Trust Beneficiary’s
distribution of WD Trust Assets prior to disbursement of the balance. Subject to the foregoing
provisions Section 5.11 of the Plan, any and all distributions to or for the benefit of WD Trust
Beneficiaries shall be free and clear of any and all liens, security interests and encumbrances.
Time of WD Trust Distributions.
Subject to the Wrongful Death Claim Resolution Procedures, the WD Trustee shall have the
sole and absolute discretion to determine the timing of distributions of the proceeds of the WD Trust
in the most efficient and cost-effective manner possible; provided, however, that the WD Trustee’s
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discretion shall be exercised in a manner consistent with the express requirements of the Plan, the
Wrongful Death Claim Resolution Procedures, and the requirements of taxation as a grantor trust
under applicable Internal Revenue Service guidelines, rulings or other controlling authorities. Absent
cause, the WD Trustee will use best efforts to make distributions as quickly and efficiently as feasible,
subject only to any delays necessitated by Section 5.14 of the Plan and any orders issued by the
District Court under Section 5.14 of the Plan.
Tax Treatment of WD Trust
(a)
WD Trust Assets Treated as Owned by Certain Creditors. For all United
States federal income tax purposes, all parties (including the Estate Representative, the WD Trustee,
WD Trust Beneficiaries and Holders of Allowed Class 12 Claims) shall treat the transfer of the WD
Trust Assets to the WD Trust as (i) a transfer of the WD Trust Assets (subject to any obligations
related to those assets) directly to the WD Trust Beneficiaries and Holders of Allowed Class 12
Claims, followed by (ii) the transfer by such WD Trust Beneficiaries and Holders of Allowed Class
12 Claims of such WD Trust Assets to the WD Trust in exchange for beneficial interests in the WD
Trust. Accordingly, the WD Trust Beneficiaries and Holders of Allowed Class 12 Claims shall be
treated for federal income tax purposes (and, to the extent permitted, for state and local income tax
purposes) as the grantors and owners of their respective shares of the WD Trust Assets, if any, or any
Disputed Claims reserve as described in Section 7.20 of the Plan). All WD Trust Assets shall be
treated solely as compensatory damages.
(b)
Exemption from Transfer Taxes. Pursuant to section 1146(a) of the
Bankruptcy Code, the making or assignment of any lease or sublease, or the making or delivery of
any instrument of transfer from the Trustee, the Estate, the Post-Effective Date Estate or the Estate
Representative to the WD Trust or any other Person or any government, governmental agency or any
subdivision, department or other instrumentality thereof, pursuant to the Plan, shall not be subject to
any document recording tax, stamp tax, conveyance fee, intangibles or similar tax, mortgage tax,
stamp act, real estate transfer tax, mortgage recording tax or other similar tax or governmental
assessment and the Confirmation Order shall direct the appropriate state or local governmental
officials or agents to forego the collection of any such tax or governmental assessment and to accept
for filing and recordation any of the foregoing instruments or other documents without the payment
of any such tax or governmental assessment. Without limiting the foregoing, any issuance, transfer
or exchange of a security or any making or delivery of an instrument of transfer pursuant to the Plan
shall be exempt from the imposition and payment of any and all transfer taxes (including but not
limited to any and all stamp taxes or similar taxes and any interest, penalties and addition to the tax
that may be required to be paid in connection with the consummation of the Plan) pursuant to sections
1146(a), 505(a), 106 and 1141 of the Bankruptcy Code.
(c)
Tax Reporting. The WD Trustee shall file returns for the WD Trust as a
grantor trust pursuant to Treasury Regulation section 1.671-4(a) and in accordance with Section 5.13
of the Plan. The WD Trustee shall also annually send to each record holder of a beneficial interest a
separate statement setting forth the holder’s share of items of income, gain, loss, deduction or credit
and shall instruct all such holders to report such items on their federal income tax returns or to forward
the appropriate information to the beneficial holders with instructions to report such items on their
federal income tax returns. The WD Trustee shall also file (or cause to be filed) any other statements,
returns or disclosures relating to the WD Trust that are required by any Governmental Unit. WD
Trust taxable income or loss shall be allocated pro rata based on the total of Allowed Claims of the
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WD Trust Beneficiaries at the end of the taxable year. As soon as possible after the Effective Date,
the WD Trustee shall make a good faith valuation of the WD Trust Assets. Such valuation shall be
made available from time to time, to the extent relevant, and used consistently by all parties (including
the Estate Representative, the WD Trustee, the WD Trust Beneficiaries and holders of Allowed Class
12 Claims) for all state and federal income tax purposes. The WD Trustee also shall file (or cause to
be filed) any other statements, returns or disclosures relating to the WD Trust that are required by any
Governmental Unit. The WD Trustee may request an expedited determination of taxes of the WD
Trust under section 505 of the Bankruptcy Code for all returns filed for, or on behalf of, the WD Trust
for all taxable periods through the termination of the WD Trust.
(d)
Withholding of Taxes and Reporting Related to WD Trust Operations.
The WD Trust Assets, as compensatory damages for Derailment Wrongful Death Claims, are not
subject to withholding and the WD Trustee shall not be required to withhold any taxes or other
amounts from distributions to WD Trust Beneficiaries. The Confirmation Order shall absolve the WD
Trustee of any such withholding duties or responsibilities. To the extent that the operation of the WD
Trust or the liquidation of the WD Trust Assets creates a tax liability imposed on the WD Trust, the
WD Trust shall timely pay such tax liability and any such payment shall be considered a cost and
expense of the operation of the WD Trust payable without Bankruptcy Court order.
Resolution of the Claims of Minors in Accordance with the WD Trust.
In connection with any Allowed Class 12 Claims in which the Holder is a minor, the WD
Trustee shall notify the parent, guardian, guardian ad litem, adult spouse, next friend, or other
representative of the minor of the proposed distribution to such minor. Such parent, guardian,
guardian ad litem, adult spouse, next friend, or other representative of the minor shall move for
approval of the allocation within ninety (90) days of his or her notification by the WD Trustee of the
proposed distribution.
In the event that the parent, guardian, guardian ad litem, adult spouse, next friend, or other
representative of the minor does not so move for approval of the allocation within ninety (90) days of
his or her notification by the WD Trustee of the proposed distribution, the WD Trustee shall submit
the proposed distribution to the holder to the District Court for approval in accordance with 14
M.R.S.A. § 1605 and request that the District Court hold a hearing on the petition, and the petitioner
and the Allowed Class 12 Claim Holder may attend any such hearing. The WD Trustee shall request
that the District Court determine whether the proposed distribution is in the Allowed Class 12 Claim
Holder’s best interests and, if the proposed distribution is approved, that determination shall be
embodied in an order which shall have the effect of a judgment. Upon approval of the proposed
distribution to such Holder of an Allowed Class 12 Claim, the WD Trustee shall request that the
District Court authorize payment to the counsel of the minor, if any, of fees and disbursements to be
paid from the distribution and further shall order that the remainder of the distribution be distributed
in a manner that will best protect the interest of the minor.
Access to Claims Information
Upon request made to the Estate Representative on or after the Effective Date by the WD
Trustee, the Estate Representative shall deliver to the WD Trustee, on an un-redacted basis, the
relevant lists of Class 12 Claims and all Proofs of Claim and supporting documentation for purposes
of effectuating the WD Trust and distributions to Holders of Allowed Class 12 Claims. The
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Confirmation Order shall include all findings and orders necessary to permit or facilitate such delivery
and access, including with respect to any necessary confidentiality of such lists and the proofs of
claim, subject to any further orders of the Bankruptcy Court. The WD Trustee shall have access to
the Books and Privileges to the extent reasonably required to discharge the duties of the WD Trustee;
provided, however, that the WD Trustee shall have no control over and shall not have the capacity to
waive any attorney-client privilege or work product immunity or privilege held by the Debtor or the
Trustee.
Distribution of Surplus
The WD Trustee shall make all payments required to be paid to Holders of Allowed Class 12
Claims under the Plan in accordance with the terms and conditions of the WD Trust Agreement, the
Wrongful Death Claim Resolution Procedures, and the Plan. If, and only if, the WD Trustee has made
all distributions to WD Trust Beneficiaries permitted under the Wrongful Death Claim Resolution
Procedures then the WD Trustee shall transfer any surplus WD Trust Assets to the Disbursing Agent
who shall then distribute to the holders of Allowed Class 13 Claims their Pro Rata share of the
remaining Cash, if any, of the WD Trust until such Class 13 Claims are paid in full. The Trustee does
not anticipate surplus WD Trust Assets at this time.) For the avoidance of doubt, nothing in this
Agreement, the Plan or the CCAA Plan shall limit or cap the recoveries available to victims of the
Derailment outside the Plan and this Agreement as against parties other than Released Parties
including, without limitation, under the laws of the State of Illinois or the State of Texas.
A. SPECIAL VOTING PROCEDURES
Because individual assessments of the value of certain Derailment Claims can vary, a fixed
set of values is to be used solely in connection with determining the amount of such Claims for voting
purposes, and based on prior agreements reached with respect to the aggregate allowed amounts of
Claims in particular classes for purposes of distributions under the Plan. These fixed values apply to
all Derailment Wrongful Death and Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claims.
To the extent necessary to determine the outcome of the vote, each individual Holder of a
Derailment Wrongful Death Claim or Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claim is
entitled to a vote in a specified dollar amount based upon the matrix points (the “Matrix Points”)
assigned to such Derailment Wrongful Death Claim or Derailment Moral Damages and Personal
Injury Claims in accordance with Schedules B and C to the Plan (and attached hereto as Schedules A
and B), and based on the assumed total value of the Claims in each category. For voting purposes,
the aggregate value of Derailment Wrongful Death Claims is deemed to be $200 million, and the
aggregate value of Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claims is deemed to be $100
million. The dollar value of an individual Holder’s vote will equal the percentage of that Holder’s
Matrix Points to total Matrix Points in each Class times the deemed aggregate value of the Claims in
such Class ($200 million or $100 million) as the case may be. By way of example, if the Holder of a
Derailment Wrongful Death Claim would be awarded 5% of the total Matrix Points, the dollar value
of his or her vote would be ten million dollars ($10,000,000.00).
This approach, which will not be binding on a claimant, the Trustee, the WD Trust, or any
other party for any purpose other than voting, will eliminate the need to make any individual valuation
(whether by estimation or otherwise) regarding Derailment Wrongful Death Claims and Derailment
Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claims. In addition, to the extent counsel to the Holder of any
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Derailment Wrongful Death Claims or Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claims has
been authorized, in writing, to vote such Claim, and counsel submits a Ballot for such Claim in
accordance with these procedures, such vote shall be a valid and binding vote as to such Claim.
Other Holders of Derailment Claims will vote based on the amount of their Proof of Claim, if
allowed for voting purposes.
B. RELEASES AND INJUNCTIONS.
Please be advised that Article X of the Plan contains the following release, exculpation, and
injunction provisions:
1.
Exculpations and Limitation of Liability.
As of the Effective Date, none of (a) the Trustee, (b) the Monitor, (c) MMA Canada, or (d) the
members, representatives, accountants, financial advisors, consultants and attorneys of the entities
described in (a) through (d) of this paragraph shall have or incur any liability to any person for any
act taken or omission in connection with or related to the Chapter 11 Case, including but not limited
to (i) formulating, preparing, disseminating, implementing, confirming, consummating or
administrating the Plan (including soliciting acceptances or rejections thereof), (ii) the Disclosure
Statement or any contract, release or other agreement or document entered into or any action taken or
omitted to be taken in connection with the Plan or the Disclosure Statement, or (iii) any distributions
made pursuant to the Plan, except for any acts determined by Final Order to have constituted willful
misconduct, bad faith or gross negligence.
2.
Preservation and Non-Waiver of Estate Defenses and Objections and Related Rights
Reserved for the Debtor, its Successors in Interest, Creditors and Parties in Interest.
(a)
No Limitation on Defenses, Set-Off or Right to Subordination as to Claims
Against the Estate. Nothing in the Plan (other than the provisions of Sections 10.5 and 10.6 hereof),
the Confirmation Order (other than the provisions therein corresponding to Sections 10.5 and 10.6
hereof), or the Settlement Agreements shall alter, enhance, waive, release or otherwise impair or
preclude any of the Estate’s defenses, rights to set-off and/or rights to compel subordination as to any
Claim or Administrative Expense Claim of any type asserted against the Estate, as otherwise allowed
by law, including the right to assert as a defense, set-off or subordination, any claim that would
ordinarily or otherwise have to be asserted in or brought by a cross-claim, cross-complaint or separate
action.
(b)
No Limitation on Right to Object to Claims or Administrative Expense
Claims. Nothing in the Plan (other than the provisions of Sections 10.5 and 10.6 hereof), the
Confirmation Order (other than the provisions therein corresponding to Sections 10.5 and 10.6
hereof), or the Settlement Agreements shall alter, enhance, waive, release or otherwise impair or
preclude the right and ability of (i) the Estate Representative and all his or her successors in interest
to object to any Claim or Administrative Expense Claim or (ii) the WD Trustee and all his or her
successors in interest to object to any Class 12 Claim (collectively, the “Permitted Objections”). The
Permitted Objections may include, as part of any objection to any Claim or Administrative Expense
Claim, a prayer for denial or disallowance of Claim or Administrative Expense Claim, reduction in
amount by off-set, disgorgement of amounts previously paid and/or equitable subordination, as
otherwise allowed by law, on any ground that could have been brought by way of lawsuit, adversary
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proceeding or contested matter but for (i) the releases contained in the Settlement Agreements; (ii)
the exculpation contained in section 10.3 of the Plan; (iii) the Releases and Injunctions contained in
the Plan; and (iv) the Confirmation Order. In addition, the makers of the Permitted Objections may
utilize whatever remedies and procedural vehicles are otherwise available under the law, including,
if necessary, an adversary proceeding. Objections to Claims shall be heard and determined by the
Bankruptcy Court.
Nothing in the Plan (other than the provisions of sections 10.5 and 10.6 hereof), the
Confirmation Order (other than the provisions therein corresponding to Sections 10.5 and 10.6
hereof), or the Settlement Agreements shall alter, enhance, waive, release or otherwise impair or
preclude the right and ability of the Trustee or the Estate Representative, and all his successors in
interest, to object to any Claim either for the purpose of determining the holder of such Claim’s
eligibility to vote on the Plan or the amount of such Claim.
3.
Releases.
(a)
Settlement Agreement Releases Supplemented; No Impact on Rights to
Object. Except as expressly provided in sections 10.5, 10.8 or 10.9 of the Plan, nothing in Section
10.5 of the Plan or otherwise in the Plan or the Confirmation Order, shall affect, release or otherwise
limit the rights and duties of the parties to the Settlement Agreements to enforce or comply with the
provisions of the Settlement Agreements. The rights and duties of the parties under the Settlement
Agreements are set forth in and shall be governed by the Settlement Agreements. The following
releases shall be in addition to and are intended to supplement any releases included in the Settlement
Agreements as between the parties to such Settlement Agreements. In the event of any inconsistency
between the Plan or the Confirmation Order and the Settlement Agreement(s), the terms of the
Settlement Agreement(s) will apply with respect to the particular parties thereto; provided, however,
that all Settlement Agreements are subject to Sections 10.5, 10.8 and 10.9 of the Plan. Except as
expressly set forth in the Settlement Agreements, nothing in this particular Plan or the Releases set
forth herein shall affect any rights of the Trustee or the Estate Representative to object to the
allowance, amount, priority or secured status of the Claims of any party receiving a release under the
Plan as provided in sections 502, 503, 506, 507, 509 or 510 of the Bankruptcy Code, including with
respect to any right of setoff or recoupment, to the extent such Claims are not released, discharged or
satisfied under any Settlement Agreement, under the Plan, or pursuant to the Confirmation Order.
Nothing herein shall affect any limitation contained in any Settlement Agreement with respect to the
release granted to any Released Party. Notwithstanding the definition of “Claim” in section 1.36 of
the Plan, for the purposes of Article 10 of the Plan, including, without limitation, the Releases and
Injunctions, “Claim” or “Claims” means, as the context requires, past, present and future claims,
causes of action, obligations, rights, liens, suits, judgments, orders, application of any kind including
for judicial review, remedies, interests, actions, liabilities, demands, duties, injuries, compensation,
damages, expenses, fees, and/or costs of whatever kind or nature (including attorney’s fees and
expenses), whether foreseen or unforeseen, known or unknown, asserted or unasserted, contingent or
matured, liquidated or unliquidated, whether in tort, contract, extra-contractual responsibility or
otherwise, whether statutory, at common law, civil law, public law or in equity, regardless of the legal
theory, including but not limited to claims for breach of contract, tort, breach of the implied covenant
of good faith and fair dealing, loss of support, loss of consortium, statutory or regulatory violations,
for indemnity or contribution, for any damages either moral, material, bodily injury, punitive,
exemplary or extra-contractual damages of any type, in any jurisdiction (i) in any way arising out of,
based upon, or relating in any way, in whole or in part, directly or indirectly, whether through a direct
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claim, cross-claim, third-party claim, warranty claim, recursory claim, subrogation claim, forced
intervention, contribution claim, indemnity claim, reimbursement claim, class action or otherwise,
(A) to the Derailment, including any claims held or asserted by any Person for wrongful death,
personal injury, emotional distress, loss of support, loss of consortium, property damage, economic
loss, moral damage, material damage and bodily injury or environmental damage, remediation or
exposure or (B) to the XL Policies, including the issuance thereof, coverage, reimbursement, or
payment thereunder, and any act or omission of an insurer of any type for which a Holder of a Claim
might seek relief in connection therewith, and/or (ii) that would otherwise constitute a claim as against
MMA, MMA Canada or their Estates (A) provable in bankruptcy under the Bankruptcy and
Insolvency Act, R.S.C. 1985, c.B-3, had MMA Canada become bankrupt on August 6, 2013 and/or
(B) within the definition of “claim” set forth in section 101(5) of the Bankruptcy Code. Without
limiting the foregoing, “Claim” or Claims” for purposes of Article 10 of the Plan includes all Claims
in Classes 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12.
(b)
Releases.
(i)
Releases by the Debtor and Estate Representative(s). Subject in all
respects to the provisions of Sections 9.1 and 9.3 of the Plan and full performance under the
applicable Settlement Agreement(s) applicable to the particular Released Parties, on the Effective
Date, the Debtor, the Trustee, the Estate Representative(s) and the Estate shall unconditionally
release, and hereby are deemed to forever unconditionally release, the Released Parties, including,
without limitation, the Released Parties’ respective attorneys and advisors (solely in their
respective capacities as such), from any and all Derailment Claims, Causes of Action, and all
other Claims (including any Claims assigned by the Other Released Parties to the Trustee, MMA
Canada or their designee pursuant to a Settlement Agreement and (including any Claims or
Causes of Action for contribution, indemnity, reimbursement or seeking the enforcement,
attachment, collection, contribution or recovery of or from any judgment, award, decree, or order
against any one or more of the Other Released Parties or property of any one or more of the Other
Released Parties, or otherwise), debts, obligations, demands, liabilities, suits, judgments, damages,
rights, remedies and Post-Confirmation Causes of Action, whatsoever (other than the right to
enforce the obligations under the Plan, the Settlement Agreements and the contracts, instruments,
releases and other agreements and documents delivered thereunder), whether direct or indirect,
liquidated or unliquidated, fixed or contingent, matured or unmatured, known or unknown,
whenever arising, in law, equity or otherwise, that are based upon, arise from and/or are related
to events and/or circumstances that occurred or existed on or prior to the Effective Date relating
in any way to the Debtor, the Derailment, the Chapter 11 Case, the Plan, the Disclosure Statement,
the Estate, the XL Policies, and the Settlement Agreements; provided, however, and without
limiting any provision of the Affiliated Parties Settlement Agreement, including any provision that
limits, conditions or affects any release or injunction in favor of the Affiliated Released Parties,
this release shall not extend, and shall not be construed as extending to, any Claim brought or
that could be brought in the future by the Trustee, the Estate Representative or MMA Canada
against any of the Affiliated Released Parties to the extent there is, or may be, coverage for such
claims under the Great American Policy, and the assignment of rights under such policies to the
Estate, the Trustee or the Estate Representative shall not affect, reduce, discharge or diminish
such coverage, or provide a defense to any such insurer, or trigger any exclusion under any such
policy, including, without limitation, any insured vs. insured exclusion.
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(ii)
Releases in Favor of the Estate and Estate Representative(s). Subject in
all respects to the provisions of Sections 9.1, 9.3, 10.8 and 10.9 of the Plan, and full performance
under the applicable Settlement Agreement(s), and subject to any express limitations and/or
obligations contained in each Released Party’s respective Settlement Agreement, on the Effective
Date, each of the Trustee, the Estate Representative(s), and the Estate shall be forever and
unconditionally released from any and all Claims, debts, obligations, demands, liabilities, suits,
judgments, damages, rights and causes of action, whatsoever by the Released Parties and by all
Persons or entities receiving consideration under the Plan (other than the right to enforce the
obligations under the Plan, the Settlement Agreements and the contracts, instruments, releases
and other agreements and documents delivered thereunder), whether direct or indirect,
liquidated or unliquidated, fixed or contingent, matured or unmatured, known or unknown,
whenever arising, in law, equity or otherwise, that are based upon, arise from and/or are related
to events and/or circumstances that occurred or existed on or prior to the Effective Date, relating
in any way to the Debtor, including, without limitation, arising from the Derailment, the Chapter
11 Case, the Plan, the Disclosure Statement, any prepetition act or omission of the Debtor, the
Estate, the XL Policies and the Settlement Agreements; provided, however, that this release shall
not apply to any Claims arising in the ordinary course of business that are unrelated to the
Derailment and that are held by Affiliates of any Contributing Party (unless such Claims are
expressly released pursuant to any Settlement Agreement). For the avoidance of doubt, the
releases in Section 10.5(b)(ii) of the Plan do not extend to any breaches of the Settlement
Agreement(s).
(iii) Releases by Affiliated Released Parties. Subject in all respects to the
provisions of Sections 9.1 and 9.3 of the Plan and the Affiliated Parties Settlement Agreement,
on the Effective Date, each of the Affiliated Released Parties shall unconditionally release, and
hereby are deemed to forever unconditionally release, each of the Debtor, the Estate, the Trustee,
the Estate Representative(s), the Creditors’ Committee, the Creditors’ Committee members, and
the Other Released Parties, including, without limitation, and the foregoing persons’ and
entities’ respective attorneys and advisors (solely in their respective capacities as such) from any
and all Claims (including any Claims or Causes of Action for contribution, indemnity,
reimbursement or seeking the enforcement, attachment, collection, contribution or recovery of
or from any judgment, award, decree, or order against any one or more of the Other Released
Parties or property of any one or more of the Other Released Parties, or otherwise), debts,
obligations, demands, liabilities, suits, judgments, damages, rights, and causes of action,
whatsoever, whether direct or indirect, liquidated or unliquidated, fixed or contingent, matured
or unmatured, known or unknown, then existing or thereafter arising, in law, equity or otherwise
that are based in whole or in part upon any act or omission, transaction, transfer, event, or other
occurrence taking place on or prior to the Effective Date in any way relating to the Debtor, the
Derailment, the Chapter 11 Case, the Plan, the Disclosure Statement, the Estate, the negotiation
or funding of the Settlement Agreements; provided, however, that this release shall not apply to
(A) any Claims or rights, under the Great American Policy, assigned by the Affiliated Released
Parties to the Debtor or to the Chapter 11 Trustee pursuant to the Affiliated Parties Settlement
Agreement, (B) any right to enforce the obligations under the Plan, the Settlement Agreements,
and the contracts, instruments, releases and other agreements and documents delivered
thereunder, provided, however, that such assigned Claims or rights will not be asserted against
Other Released Parties, or (C) any Claims or rights of any of the Rail World Parties and/or the
D&O Parties (as defined in the CCAA Plan) to seek recovery from their insurers, including
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Hartford and the XL Companies, for any attorneys’ fees, expenses or costs incurred prior to the
Effective Date.
(iv) Releases in Favor of Affiliated Released Parties. Subject in all respects to
the provisions of Sections 9.1, 9.3, 10.8 and 10.9 of the Plan and full performance under the
Affiliated Parties Settlement Agreement, on the Effective Date, all persons and entities shall
unconditionally release, and are hereby deemed to forever unconditionally release the Affiliated
Released Parties, including, without limitation, the foregoing persons’ and entities’ respective
attorneys and advisors (solely in their respective capacities as such), from any and all Derailment
Claims, Causes of Action, and all other Claims, debts, obligations, demands, liabilities, suits,
judgments, damages, rights, remedies and causes of action, whatsoever, whether direct or
indirect, liquidated or unliquidated, fixed or contingent, matured or unmatured, known or
unknown, whenever arising, in law, equity or otherwise, that are based upon, arise from and/or
are related to events and/or circumstances that occurred or existed on or prior to the Effective
Date relating in any way to the Derailment, the Debtor, the Chapter 11 Case, the Plan, the
Disclosure Statement, the Estate, and the negotiation or funding of the Settlement Agreements;
provided, however, and without limiting any provision of the Affiliated Parties Settlement
Agreement, including any provision that limits, conditions or affects any release or injunction in
favor of the Affiliated Released Parties, this release shall not extend, and shall not be construed
as extending to, any Claim brought or that could be brought in the future by the Trustee, the
Estate Representative, MMA Canada or the Holders of Derailment Wrongful Death Claims (as
applicable pursuant to the Affiliated Parties Settlement Agreement) against any of the Affiliated
Released Parties (or certain of them, as applicable) to the extent there is, or may be, coverage for
such claims under the Great American Policy, and the assignment of rights under such policy
to the Estate, the Trustee or the Estate Representative shall not affect, reduce, discharge or
diminish such coverage, or provide a defense to any such insurer, or trigger any exclusion under
any such policy, including, without limitation, any insured vs. insured exclusion.
(v) Releases by Other Released Parties. Subject in all respects to the provisions
of Sections 9.1, 9.3, 10.5(b)(ii), 10.8 and 10.9 of the Plan and full performance under the
Settlement Agreement(s) applicable to the particular Released Parties, on the Effective Date,
each Other Released Party and all other Released Parties shall unconditionally release, and
hereby are deemed to forever unconditionally release, each of the Debtor, the Estate, the Trustee,
the Estate Representative(s), the Creditors’ Committee, the Creditors’ Committee members, the
Affiliated Released Parties, each other Other Released Party, and the foregoing Persons’ and
entities’ respective attorneys and advisors (solely in their respective capacities as such) from any
and all Derailment Claims and all other Claims (including any Claims or Causes of Action for
contribution, indemnity, warranty, forced intervention, or seeking the enforcement, attachment,
collection, contribution, indemnity, reimbursement or recovery of or from any judgment, award,
decree, or order against any one or more of the Other Released Parties or property of any one or
more of the Other Released Parties, or otherwise), debts, obligations, demands, liabilities, suits,
judgments, damages, rights, remedies and causes of action, whatsoever, whether direct or
indirect, liquidated or unliquidated, fixed or contingent, matured or unmatured, known or
unknown, whenever arising, in law, equity or otherwise, that are based upon, arise from and/or
are related to events and/or circumstances that occurred or existed on or prior to the Effective
Date, relating in any way to the Derailment, the Debtor, the Chapter 11 Case, the Plan, the
Disclosure Statement, the Estate, and the Settlement Agreements, including, without limitation,
the Trustee’s or the Trustee’s counsel’s negotiation of the Settlement Agreements or the funding
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of the Settlement Agreements; provided, however, that this release shall not apply to any Claims
of Canada against MMA Canada, nor shall it apply to any Claims assigned by the Other Released
Parties to the Trustee, MMA Canada or their designee pursuant to a Settlement Agreement (other
than any Claims against any Other Released Parties), nor shall it apply to the right to enforce
the rights and obligations under the Plan, the Settlement Agreements, and the contracts,
instruments, releases and other agreements and documents delivered thereunder in their favor
nor shall it apply or be construed as applying to any Claims or claims or other rights to the extent
preserved by any of the Other Released Parties in their respective Settlement Agreement(s) (other
than any Claims against any Other Released Parties), provided further, however, that
notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the Plan, this release shall not apply to any claims
or Claims that the Irving Parties (as defined in their Settlement Agreement) have or may have
against one or more of their insurers; provided, further, however, that this release shall not apply
to any Claims arising in the ordinary course of business that are unrelated to the Derailment and
that are held by Affiliates of any of the Contributing Parties. For the avoidance of doubt, the
releases in Section 10.5(b)(v) of the Plan do not extend to any breaches of the Settlement
Agreement(s).
(vi) Releases in Favor of Other Released Parties. Subject in all respects to the
provisions of Sections 9.1, 9.3, 10.8 and 10.9 of the Plan and full performance under the
Settlement Agreement(s) applicable to the particular Other Released Parties, on the Effective
Date, all Persons and entities shall unconditionally release, and hereby are deemed to forever
unconditionally release each of the Other Released Parties including without limitation, the
Other Released Parties’ respective attorneys and advisors (solely in their respective capacities as
such), from any and all Derailment Claims, Causes of Action, and all other Claims (including
any claims or Causes of Action for contribution, indemnity, warranty, forced intervention, or
seeking the enforcement, attachment, collection, contribution, reimbursement or recovery of or
from any judgment, award, decree, or order against any one or more of the Other Released
Parties or property of any one or more of the Other Released Parties, or otherwise), debts,
obligations, demands, liabilities, suits, judgments, damages, rights (including any right of setoff,
subrogation, contribution, indemnity, reimbursement or recoupment of any kind), remedies and
causes of action, whatsoever, whether direct or indirect, liquidated or unliquidated, fixed or
contingent, matured or unmatured, known or unknown, whenever arising, in law, equity or
otherwise that are based upon, arise from and /or are related to events and/or circumstances that
occurred or existed on or prior to the Effective Date, relating in any way to the Derailment, the
Debtor, the Chapter 11 Case, the Plan, the Disclosure Statement, the Estate, and the Settlement
Agreements, including, without limitation, the Released Parties and the Released Parties’
counsel’s negotiation of the Settlement Agreements or the funding of the Settlement Agreements;
provided, however, that this release shall not in any way limit the right of the Estate
Representative to enforce the rights and obligations under the Plan, the Settlement Agreements,
and the contracts, instruments, releases and other agreements and documents delivered
thereunder in the Estate’s favor nor shall it apply or be construed as applying to any Claims or
other rights to the extent preserved by any of the Other Released Parties in their respective
Settlement Agreement(s) (other than any Claims against any Other Released Parties, including,
without limitation, Canada), provided further, however, that notwithstanding anything to the
contrary in the Plan, this release shall not apply to any claims or Claims that the Irving Parties
(as defined in their Settlement Agreement) have or may have against any one or more of their
insurers. For the avoidance of doubt, and notwithstanding anything in the Plan to the contrary,
the releases in this Section 10.5(b)(vi) do not extend to any breaches of the Settlement
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Agreement(s).
4.
Injunctions.
(a) No Impact on the Rights of the Parties to the Settlement Agreements.
Nothing in Section 10.6 of the Plan or otherwise in the Plan or the Confirmation Order, shall
affect, release or otherwise limit the rights and duties of the parties to the Settlement
Agreements to enforce or comply with the provisions of their respective Settlement Agreements.
The rights and duties of the parties under the Settlement Agreements are set forth in and shall
be governed by the Settlement Agreements; provided, however, that no Settlement Agreement
may restrain or limit the effect or scope of the releases set forth in Section 10.5 of the Plan as to
any Released Party without the express written consent of such Released Party.
(b)
Injunctions.
(i)
Injunction in Favor of the Debtor and Estate Representative(s). Except as
to the rights, claims or Claims created or expressly preserved by the Plan, the CCAA Plan, the
Settlement Agreements, and the Confirmation Order, upon the Effective Date, the Debtor, the
Trustee, and the Estate Representative(s) shall have and be entitled to an injunction forever
barring and enjoining all Persons and/or entities from asserting against the Debtor any past,
present and future rights, interests, obligations, claims, causes of action, damages (including
punitive damages), demands (including demands for contribution, indemnity or otherwise),
liabilities, expenses, fees (including, but not limited to, attorneys’ fees, expert fees, consulting
fees and other professional fees) and costs of any kind or any type whatsoever, whether known
or unknown, whether foreseen or unforeseen, whether direct or indirect, contingent or actual,
whether liquidated or unliquidated, whether statutory or common law, whether asserted or
unasserted and whether based on contract, negligence, bad faith, willful, wanton or malicious
conduct, or any other theory in law or equity concerning, arising from or relating to any actual
or alleged past, present or future act, omission, defect, incident, event or circumstance from the
beginning of the world to the Effective Date, in any way relating to or in connection with (A)
the Debtor, (B) the Derailment or (C) the Estate, the Chapter 11 Case, the Plan, the Disclosure
Statement, the Settlement Agreements and/or the XL Policies, except with regard to any claims
and rights expressly reserved pursuant to Sections 10.3 and 10.5 of the Plan.
(ii)
Injunction in Favor of Affiliated Released Parties. Except as to the rights,
claims or Claims created or expressly preserved by the Plan, the CCAA Plan, the Affiliated
Parties Settlement Agreement, and the Confirmation Order, upon the Effective Date, all
Persons and entities, including, without limitation, all Holders of Derailment Claims, NonSettling Defendants, and other Persons shall be, and are hereby deemed to be, permanently
barred, enjoined, and restrained from commencing, prosecuting, continuing or asserting
against the Affiliated Released Parties any and all Derailment Claims, Causes of Action and all
other Claims, including, without limitation, any and all past, present and future rights,
interests, obligations, damages (including punitive damages), demands (including demands for
contribution, indemnity, reimbursement or otherwise), liabilities, expenses, fees (including, but
not limited to, attorneys’ fees, expert fees, consulting fees and other professional fees) and costs
of any kind or any type whatsoever, whether known or unknown, whether foreseen or
unforeseen, whether contingent or actual, whether direct or indirect, liquidated or
unliquidated, whether statutory or common law, whether asserted or unasserted and whether
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based on tort, contract, negligence, bad faith, willful, wanton or malicious conduct, or any other
theory in law or equity concerning, arising from or relating to any actual or alleged past, present
or future act, omission, defect, incident, event or circumstance from the beginning of the world
to the Effective Date, in any way relating to or in connection with (A) the Debtor; (B) the
Derailment, or (C) the Estate, (D) the Chapter 11 Case, (E) the Plan, (F) the Disclosure
Statement, (G) the Settlement Agreements and/or (H) the XL Policies, provided, however, and
without limiting any provision of the Affiliated Parties Settlement Agreement, including any
provision that limits, conditions or affects any release or injunction in favor of the Affiliated
Released Parties, this injunction shall not extend, and shall not be construed as extending to,
any Claim brought or that could be brought in the future by the Trustee, the Estate
Representative, MMA Canada or the Holders of Derailment Wrongful Death Claims (as
applicable pursuant to the Affiliated Parties Settlement Agreement) against the Affiliated
Released Parties (or certain of them, as applicable) to the extent there is, or may be, coverage
for such claims under the Great American Policy, and the assignment of rights under such
policy to the Estate, the Trustee or the Estate Representative shall not affect, reduce, discharge
or diminish such coverage or provide a defense to any such insurer, or trigger any exclusion
under any such policy, including, without limitation, any insured vs. insured exclusion.
(iii) Injunction in Favor of the Other Released Parties. Except as to the rights
and claims created or expressly preserved by the Plan, the CCAA Plan, the Settlement
Agreements (provided that there are no preserved claims (or Claims) against Other Released
Parties except as provided for in Exhibit 2), and the Confirmation Order, upon the Effective
Date, all Persons and entities, including, without limitation, all Holders of Derailment Claims,
Released Parties and Persons other than Released Parties shall be, and are hereby deemed to
be, permanently barred, enjoined, and restrained from commencing, pursuing, prosecuting,
continuing or asserting against the Other Released Parties, any and all Derailment Claims,
Causes of Action and all other Claims, including, without limitation, Claims or Causes of Action
for any and all past, present and future rights (including any right of setoff, subrogation,
contribution, indemnity, reimbursement or recoupment of any kind), interests (including
creating, perfecting or enforcing any encumbrance of any kind against any one or more of the
Other Released Parties), obligations, damages (including actual and/or punitive damages),
demands (including any Claims or Causes of Action for contribution, indemnity,
reimbursement, warranty, forced intervention, or seeking the enforcement, attachment,
collection, contribution or recovery of or from any judgment, award, decree, or order against
any one or more of the Other Released Parties or property of any one or more of the Other
Released Parties, or otherwise), liabilities, expenses, fees (including, but not limited to,
attorneys’ fees, expert fees, consulting fees and other professional fees), and costs of any kind
or any type whatsoever, whether known or unknown, whether foreseen or unforeseen, whether
contingent or actual, whether direct or indirect, liquidated or unliquidated, whether statutory
or common law, whether asserted or unasserted and whether based on tort, contract,
negligence, warranty, bad faith, willful, wanton or malicious conduct, or any other theory in
law or equity concerning, arising from or relating to any actual or alleged past, present or future
act, omission, defect, incident, event or circumstance, including, without limitation, all Claims
released pursuant to Section 10.5 of the Plan, whenever arising, that are based upon, arise from
and/or are related to events and/or circumstances that occurred or existed on or prior to the
Effective Date in any way relating to or in connection with (A) the Debtor; (B) the Derailment,
(C) the Estate, (D) the Chapter 11 Case, (E) the Plan, (F) the Disclosure Statement, (G) the
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Settlement Agreements and/or (H) the XL Policies (as to which, in the event of an inconsistency
with the Plan, the XL Settlement Agreement will govern).
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CONCLUSION
The Trustee believes that confirmation and implementation of the Plan is in the best interests
of all creditors, and urges holders of Claims to vote to accept the Plan and to evidence such acceptance
by returning their Ballots so that they will be received no later than 5:00 p.m. (prevailing Eastern
Time) on the Voting Deadline.
Dated: July 22, 2015
ROBERT J. KEACH
CHAPTER 11 TRUSTEE OF MONTRÉAL
MAINE & ATLANTIC RAILWAY, LTD.
By his attorneys:
/s/ Lindsay K. Zahradka
D. Sam Anderson, Esq.
Lindsay K. Zahradka, Esq. (admitted pro hac vice)
Timothy J. McKeon, Esq.
Roma N. Desai, Esq.
BERNSTEIN, SHUR, SAWYER & NELSON, P.A.
100 Middle Street
P.O. Box 9729
Portland, ME 04104-5029
Tel: (207) 774-1200
Fax: (207) 774-1127
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Appendix A
Selected Defined Terms from Plan, Disclosure Statement
1.1
Additional WD Trust Assets means any Cash or Cash equivalent realized by the
Estate Representative, solely in his capacity as such, after the Confirmation Date from or as a result
of Settlement Agreements entered into prior to the Effective Date, and the proceeds of the sale,
monetization, or liquidation of Settlement Non-Cash Assets that the Estate Representative is
entitled to sell, monetize or liquidate, in whole or in part, for the benefit of the WD Trust in
accordance with the Settlement Agreements, together with all earnings thereon.
1.2
Affiliated Parties Settlement Agreement means the Settlement Agreement between
and among the Trustee, MMA Canada and the Affiliated Released Parties.
1.3
Affiliated Released Parties means the Rail World Parties, the Officers and
Directors, Chubb and Hartford.
1.4
Bankruptcy Rules means the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure as
promulgated by the United States Supreme Court under section 2075 of title 28 of the United States
Code, as amended from time to time, and any applicable local rules of the Bankruptcy Court.
1.5
CCAA Case means the proceeding under the Canadian Companies’ Creditors
Arrangement Act of MMA Canada pending before the Québec Superior Court (Commercial
Division) and designated by Court File No. 450-11-000167-134.
1.6
CCAA Plan means the Plan of Compromise and Arrangement filed by MMA
Canada in the CCAA Case and which CCAA Plan, inter alia, shall contain Releases and
Injunctions for the benefit of Released Parties, a copy of the CCAA Plan is attached to the Plan
as Exhibit 1.28.
1.7
Contributing Parties means the parties that have executed Settlement Agreements
prior to the Effective Date.
1.8
Derailment means the July 6, 2013 derailment of an unmanned train owned by the
Debtor in Lac-Mégantic, Québec, including any and all events leading up to and related to such
derailment and/or any and all consequences of such derailment, including, without limitation, the
explosion, crude oil spill, fire and/or other consequences related to such derailment.
1.9
Derailment Claims means all Claims by any Persons or entities against the
Debtor, MMA Canada or any other third-party, Person or entity arising out of or relating to the
Derailment, including but not limited to those Claims set forth in Sections 1.52, 1.53, 1.55, 1.57
and 1.58.
1.10 Derailment Government Claims means any Derailment Claims held or asserted by
any governmental, provincial or municipal entity, against the Debtor, MMA Canada, or any other
person or entity including, without limitation, the province of Québec, Canada, and/or the Village
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of Lac Mégantic, Québec, or any agency, division, or instrumentality of such entities.
1.11 Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claims means a liquidated or
unliquidated Claim against the Debtor, MMA Canada or any other person or entity whether in the
nature of or sounding in tort, contract, warranty, employer liability or any other theory of law,
equity or admiralty, whatsoever, for, attributable to or arising under the laws of any jurisdiction,
by reason of, directly or indirectly, physical, emotional or other personal injuries caused by, or
allegedly caused by, or arising from, in whole or in part, directly or indirectly, the Derailment
including, but not limited to, all claims, debts, obligations or liabilities for compensatory damages
(such as, without limitation, medical monitoring, personal or bodily injury, proximate,
consequential, general and special damages) and punitive damages. Derailment Moral Damages
and Personal Injury Claims shall include, without limitation, any Claim for contribution,
reimbursement, subrogation, or indemnity, whether contractual or implied by law, (as those terms
are defined by the applicable non-bankruptcy law of the relevant jurisdiction), and any other
derivative or indirect Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claims of any kind
whatsoever, whether in the nature of or sounding in tort, contract, warranty, or any other theory of
law, equity, or admiralty, whatsoever.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, Derailment Moral
Damages and Personal Injury Claims shall not include (a) Derailment Property Damage Claims,
(b) Derailment Government Claims; (c) Derailment Wrongful Death Claims; (d) Derailment
Property Subrogated Insurance Claims; and (e) any workers' compensation claim brought directly
against the Debtor or a non-Debtor Affiliate by a past or present employee of the Debtor under an
applicable workers’ compensation statute and which would be covered by workers’ compensation
insurance or an applicable and fully funded self-insurance program.
1.12 Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claims Matrix means the matrix
attached to the Plan as Schedule B.
1.13 Derailment Property Damage Claims means a liquidated or unliquidated Claim
against, or any debt, obligation or liability of the Debtor, MMA Canada or any other person or
entity arising under the laws of any jurisdiction, whether in the nature of or sounding in tort,
contract, warranty or any other theory of law, equity or admiralty, for, attributable to or arising by
reason of, directly or indirectly, (a) property damages (whenever suffered), including, but not
limited to, diminution in the value thereof, or environmental damage or economic loss to property;
or (b) business interruption or loss of profits or earnings, in all cases caused by or allegedly caused
by, directly or indirectly, the Derailment including, but not limited to, all claims, debts, obligations
or liabilities for compensatory and punitive damages, and also including, without limitation, any
claim for contribution, reimbursement, subrogation, or indemnity, whether contractual or implied
by law, attributable to Derailment Property Damage Claims. Derailment Property Damage Claims
shall not include (a) Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claims, (b) Derailment
Government Claims; (c) Derailment Wrongful Death Claims; (d) Derailment Property Subrogated
Insurance Claims; and (e) any workers' compensation claim brought directly against the Debtor or
a non-Debtor Affiliate by a past or present employee of the Debtor under an applicable workers’
compensation statute, and which would be covered by workers’ compensation insurance or an
applicable and fully funded self-insurance program.
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1.14 Derailment Property Damage Claims Distribution Mechanism shall mean Schedule
C attached to the Plan.
1.15 Derailment Wrongful Death Claims means a liquidated or unliquidated Claim
against the Debtor, MMA Canada, or any other person or entity arising under the laws of any
jurisdiction, including, without limitation, held by an executor, administrator, decedent’s estate or
estate representative, or beneficiary of a decedent’s estate, whether in the nature of or sounding in
tort, contract, warranty, employer liability or any other theory of law, equity or admiralty,
whatsoever, for, attributable to or arising under the laws of any jurisdiction, by reason of, the death
of an individual person caused, or allegedly caused, in whole or in part, directly or indirectly, by
the Derailment including, but not limited to, all claims, debts, obligations or liabilities for
compensatory damages (such as, without limitation, loss of consortium, wrongful death,
survivorship, proximate, consequential, general and special damages) and punitive damages.
Derailment Wrongful Death Claims shall include, without limitation, any Claim for contribution,
reimbursement, subrogation, or indemnity, whether contractual or implied by law, (as those terms
are defined by the applicable non-bankruptcy law of the relevant jurisdiction), and any other
derivative or indirect Derailment Wrongful Death Claims of any kind whatsoever, whether in the
nature of or sounding in tort, contract, warranty, or any other theory of law, equity, or admiralty,
whatsoever, except to the extent that such claims have been released or assigned to the Estate
pursuant to a Settlement Agreement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Derailment Wrongful Death
Claims shall not include (a) Derailment Government Claims; (b) Derailment Moral Damages and
Personal Injury Claims; (c) Derailment Property Damage Claims; (d) Derailment Property
Subrogated Insurance Claims; or (e) any workers' compensation claim brought directly against the
Debtor or a non-Debtor Affiliate by a past or present employee of the Debtor under an applicable
workers’ compensation statute, and which would be covered by workers’ compensation insurance
or an applicable and fully funded self-insurance program.
1.16 Derailment Property Subrogated Insurance Claim means a liquidated or
unliquidated Claim against, or any debt, obligation or liability of the Debtor, MMA Canada, or
any other person or entity, arising under the laws of any jurisdiction, whether in the nature of or
sounding in tort, contract, warranty or any other theory of law, equity or admiralty, for, attributable
to or arising by reason of, directly or indirectly, (a) property damages (whenever suffered),
including, but not limited to, diminution in the value thereof, or environmental damage or
economic loss to property; or (b) business interruption or loss of profits or earnings caused or
allegedly caused, directly or indirectly, by the Derailment and arising or allegedly arising, directly
or indirectly, from acts or omissions of the Debtor, or its predecessors and which is held by an
Insurance Company that (i) with respect to its obligations, has paid in full all amounts due to an
insured who would, but for such payment, hold a Derailment Property Damage Claim; (ii) is
subrogated to such insured’s claim as a matter of law; and (iii) has timely filed a Proof of Claim
in the Chapter 11 Case or the CCAA Case with respect to such Claim (and in the case of a Proof
of Claim filed in the CCAA Case, is deemed, under the Bar Date Order, to have been timely filed
in the Chapter 11 Case).
1.17 Initial WD Trust Assets means the share of the Settlement Payments allocable to
Derailment Wrongful Death Claims, i.e. 24.1% of the Funds for Distribution and 53.3% of the
Reallocated Dividends, which payments shall represent compensatory damages paid upon such
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Claims only and shall also be deemed to have been made pursuant to the Plan and pursuant to a
“court order” necessary to satisfy the requirements of Internal Revenue Code section 468B.
1.18 Local Bankruptcy Rules means the Local Bankruptcy Rules of the United States
Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maine, as amended from time to time.
1.19 MMA Canada means Montréal Maine and Atlantic Canada Co., the debtor in the
CCAA Case.
1.20
Monitor means Richter Advisory Group, Inc. the monitor appointed in the CCAA
Case.
1.21 Non-Settling Defendants means any and all Persons who are, could be or may be
defendants in any cause of action brought or which could be brought in any court or other forum
of competent jurisdiction (including, without limitation, administrative proceedings) asserting a
Derailment Claim, including, without limitation, a claim for indemnity, contribution,
reimbursement, or by way of subrogation, but who are not Released Parties. Without limiting the
foregoing, Non-Settling Defendants shall include Canadian Pacific Railway Company and any
affiliates thereof.
1.22 Other Released Parties means the Released Parties other than the Affiliated
Released Parties.
1.23 Rail World Parties means (a) Rail World Holdings, LLC; (b) Rail World, Inc.; (c)
Rail World Locomotive Leasing LLC; (d) The San Luis Central R.R. Co.; (e) Pea Vine
Corporation; (f) Montréal Maine & Atlantic Corp.; (g) LMS Acquisition Corp; (h) Earlston
Associates, L.P.; and (i) each of the shareholders, directors, officers, members or partners of the
foregoing (in such capacity only). For the avoidance of doubt, Rail World Parties also include
Edward Burkhardt, solely in his capacity as director, officer and shareholder of the Rail World
Parties.
1.24 Released Parties means (a) the Debtor; (b) the Trustee and his agents, attorneys,
accountants, financial advisors, restructuring consultants, and investment bankers; (c) MMA
Canada’s attorneys; (d) the Monitor and its employees and attorneys; (e) the WD Trustee and its
respective agents, attorneys, accountants and financial advisors; (f) the Estate Representative and
the Disbursing Agent and their respective agents, attorneys, accountants and financial advisors;
(g) Contributing Parties; and (h) any Persons or entities designated as receiving a release in any
Settlement Agreements (and only to the extent of the release set forth in that Settlement
Agreement) executed by any Contributing Party or Parties, the Trustee and MMA Canada.
Released Parties shall include the persons or entities listed on Exhibit 2 to the Plan.
1.25
Releases means all of the releases set forth in Section 10.5 of the Plan.
1.26 Schedules means, collectively, the schedules of Assets and liabilities, schedules of
executory contracts and unexpired leases, schedules of current income and expenditures and
statements of financial affairs filed by the Debtor under section 521 of the Bankruptcy Code,
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Bankruptcy Rule 1007 and the Official Bankruptcy Forms in the Chapter 11 Case, as may have
been amended or supplemented from time to time in accordance with Bankruptcy Rule 1009 or
orders of the Bankruptcy Court.
1.27 Settlement Agreements means any settlement agreement entered into, among the
Trustee, MMA Canada and one or more of the Contributing Parties on or before the Effective Date
of the Plan.
1.28 WD Trust means the trust organized under Delaware law and established under
Article V of the Plan for the sole purpose of liquidating and distributing the WD Trust Assets to
Holders of Allowed Derailment Wrongful Death Claims.
1.29 WD Trust Agreement means the agreement between the Debtor, the Trustee, and
the WD Trustee governing the WD Trust, dated as of the Effective Date, to be filed with the Plan
Supplement, as same may be amended from time to time.
1.30 WD Trust Assets means (a) the Initial WD Trust Assets, which the Estate
Representative shall deliver, transfer or cause to be delivered or transferred, as applicable, to the
WD Trust, (b) the Additional WD Trust Assets, which, following the Confirmation Date and as
soon after receipt as is reasonably practicable, the Estate Representative shall deliver or cause to
be delivered to the WD Trust, (c) any additional assets to be disbursed to the WD Trust from the
Settlement Agreements in accordance with the Plan and the CCAA Plan, all of which shall
constitute compensatory damages payable to the WD Trust Beneficiaries by order or judgment of
a court of competent jurisdiction.
1.31
Claims.
WD Trust Beneficiaries means Holders of Allowed Derailment Wrongful Death
1.32 WD Trust Distribution Procedures means the WD Trust Distribution Procedures as
used and defined in the WD Trust Agreement, or as subsequently modified or amended and
including, without limitation, Schedule A to the Plan.
1.33 WD Trust Expenses means all costs, taxes, and expenses of, or imposed on, the WD
Trust, including, but not limited to, WD Trustee compensation, employee compensation, insurance
premiums, legal, accounting, and other professional fees and expenses, overhead, disbursements,
and expenses relating to the implementation of the WD Trust Distribution Procedures, but
excluding payments to Holders of Allowed Derailment Wrongful Death Claims or reimbursements
of such payments.
1.34 WD Trustee means the Person designated on or before the Confirmation Date in
accordance with the Plan to govern and administer the WD Trust on and after the Effective Date.
1.35 Wrongful Death Claim Resolution Procedures means the Wrongful Death Claim
Resolution Procedures (including the points-based matrix) attached to the Plan as Schedule A.
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SCHEDULE A to DISCLOSURE STATEMENT / EXHIBIT 2 TO PLAN
List of Released Parties
The list below consists of the parties who have executed settlement agreements with
Montreal Maine & Atlantic Canada Co. (“MMAC”) and Robert J. Keach in his capacity as
Chapter 11 Trustee of Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway Ltd. (the “Trustee”). Nothing in this
list shall supersede, effect, modify or amend any such settlement agreement and to the extent of
any conflict between the descriptions in this list and any such settlement agreement, the
settlement agreement shall govern. All such settlement agreements are subject to court approval
and other conditions, and the inclusion of any person or entity on this list does not create or
imply the release of such person or entity from any claim; in all respects, the settlement
agreements, and the court orders pertaining to the settlement agreements, shall govern. The term
“Affiliate” used in this Schedule “A” means with respect to any entity, all other entities directly
or indirectly controlling, controlled by, or under direct or indirect common control with such
entity. The other capitalized terms used herein have the meaning ascribed to them in the Plan.
The Released Parties are as follows:
1.
Devlar Energy Marketing LLC together with their parents Lario Oil & Gas
Company and Devo Trading & Consulting Company (collectively “Devlar”), as well
as their subsidiaries, Affiliates and each of their former and current respective employees,
officers and directors, successors and permitted assignees, attorneys and insurers,
(including St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company and its direct and indirect
parents, subsidiaries and Affiliates), but only to the extent of coverage afforded to Devlar
by such insurers in relation to the Derailment.
2.
Oasis Petroleum Inc. and Oasis Petroleum LLC (jointly, “Oasis”), together with their
parents, subsidiaries, Affiliates and each of their former and current respective
employees, officers and directors, successors and permitted assignees, attorneys and
insurers (including St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company and its direct and
indirect parents, subsidiaries and affiliates) but only to the extent of coverage afforded to
Oasis by such insurers in relation to the Derailment, as well as the entities identified in
Schedule 2 hereto but strictly as non-operating working interest owners or joint venturers
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in the specific Oasis-operated wells that produced oil that was provided and supplied by
Oasis that was transported in the train involved in the Derailment.
3.
Inland Oil & Gas Corporation, Whiting Petroleum Corporation, Enerplus
Resources (USA) Corporation, Halcón Resources Corporation, Tracker Resources,
Kodiak Oil & Gas Corp. (now known as Whiting Canadian Holding Company,
ULC) and Golden Eye Resources LLC, together with each of their respective parents,
subsidiaries, Affiliates, and each of their former and current respective employees,
officers, directors, successors and permitted assignees and attorneys, but strictly as
non-operating working interest owners or joint venturers in any wells that produced oil
that was provided, supplied and transported in the train involved in the Derailment.
4.
Arrow Midstream Holdings CCC. (“Arrow”) together with its parents, subsidiaries,
Affiliates, successors, officers, directors, principals, employees, attorneys, accountants,
representatives, and insurers. For the avoidance of doubt, Arrow shall include its current
parent Crestwood Midstream Partners LP; and insurers mean only those insurers who
have issued liability insurance policies to or in favor of Arrow actually or potentially
providing insurance for Claims against Arrow arising from or relating to the Derailment,
including without limitation, Commerce and Industry Insurance Company under policy
no. 3023278 and National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, Pa. under policy
no. 41131539.
5.
Marathon Oil Company (“Marathon”), together with its parent, subsidiaries,
successors and assigns, Affiliates, officers, directors, principals, employees, attorneys,
accountants, representatives, insurers (to the extent strictly limited to coverage afforded
to Marathon in relation to the Derailment), as well as the entities identified in schedule 5
attached hereto, but strictly as non-operating working interest owners or joint venturers in
the specific Marathon-operated wells that produced and supplied oil that was transported
on the train involved in the Derailment. For the avoidance of doubt, insurers, as used in
this definition, shall include all insurers that issued liability policies to or for the benefit
of Marathon and that actually or potentially provided coverage for Claims relating to or
arising from the Derailment, including, but not limited to, Yorktown Assurance
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Corporation policy number XSL-7-2013 and Old Maine Assurance Ltd. (reinsurance
Agreement).
6.
QEP Resources, Inc. (“QEP”), together with its parents, subsidiaries, Affiliates,
successors and assigns, officers, directors, principals, employees, attorneys, accountants,
representatives, insurers (to the extent strictly limited to coverage afforded to QEP in
relation to the Derailment), as well as those entities identified in schedule 6 attached
hereto, but strictly as non-operating working interest owners or joint venturers in the
specific QEP-operated wells that produced and supplied oil that was transported on the
train involved in the Derailment. For the avoidance of doubt, insurers, as used in this
definition, shall include all insurers that issued liability policies to or for the benefit of
QEP and that actually or potentially provided coverage for Claims relating to or arising
from the Derailment, including, but not be limited to, National Union Fire Insurance
Company of Pittsburgh, Pa. (policy number 194-99-62); American Guarantee & Liability
Insurance Company (policy number UMB6692611-02).
7.
Slawson Exploration Company, Inc. (“Slawson”), together with its parents,
subsidiaries, Affiliates, successors and assigns, officers, directors, principals, employees,
attorneys, accountants, representatives, insurers (to the extent strictly limited to coverage
afforded to Slawson in relation to the Derailment), as well as those entities identified on
schedule 7 attached hereto, but strictly as non-operating working interest owners in the
specific Slawson-operated wells that produced oil that was transported on the train
involved in the Derailment.
For the avoidance of doubt, insurers, as used in this
definition, shall include all insurers that issued liability policies to or for the benefit of
Slawson and that actually or potentially provided coverage for Claims relating to or
arising from the Derailment, including, but not be limited to, Federal Insurance Company
(policy 3579 09 19 and 7981 72 74), Arch Specialty Insurance Company (policy
EE00039761 03), and AIG (policy BE031941993).
8.
Indian Harbor Insurance Company, XL Insurance, XL Group plc and their
Affiliates (strictly as insurers of MMA and MMAC).
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Edward A. Burkhardt, Larry Parsons, Steven J. Lee, Stephen Archer, Robert C.
Grindrod, Joseph C. McGonigle, Gaynor Ryan, Donald Gardner, Jr., Fred Yocum,
Yves Bourdon and James Howard, in their capacity as directors and officers of
MMA and MMAC, Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Corporation and/or LMS
Acquisition Corporation (the “D&O Parties”).
10.
Hartford Casualty Insurance Company, together with its parents, subsidiaries,
Affiliates, officers and directors (strictly as insurer of Rail World, Inc.).
11.
Chubb & Son, a division of Federal Insurance Company (strictly as insurers of Rail
World, Inc. and Rail World Holdings, LLC).
12.
Rail World Holdings LLC; Rail World, Inc.; Rail World Locomotive Leasing LLC;
The San Luis Central R.R. Co.; Pea Vine Corporation; LMS Acquisition
Corporation; MMA Corporation; Earlston Associates L.P., and each of the
shareholders, directors, officers or members or partners of the foregoing, to the extent
they are not D&O Parties (the “Rail World Parties”). For the avoidance of doubt,
(i) Rail World Parties also includes Edward A. Burkhardt, solely in his capacity as
director, officer and/shareholder of certain of the Rail World Parties; and (ii) the
inclusion of the above entities within the definition of “Rail World Parties”, except for
the purpose of the settlement agreement executed with MMAC and the Trustee, shall not
be construed to create or acknowledge an affiliation between or among any of the Rail
World Parties.
13.
General Electric Railcar Services Corporation, General Electric Company and each
of its and their respective parents, Affiliates, subsidiaries, limited liability companies,
special purpose vehicles, partnerships, joint ventures, and other related business entities,
and each of its and their respective current or former parents, Affiliates, subsidiaries,
limited liability companies, special purpose vehicles, partnerships, joint ventures, other
related business entities, principals, partners, shareholders, officers, directors, managers,
partners, employees, agents, insurers, attorneys, accountants, financial advisors,
investment bankers, consultants, any other professionals, any other representatives or
advisors, and any and all persons who control any of these, as well as any predecessors-
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in-interest of, or any assignors or vendors of any equipment involved in the Derailment
to, any of the foregoing entities and any of the successors and assigns of any of the
foregoing entities.
14.
Trinity Industries, Inc., Trinity Industries Leasing Company, Trinity Tank Car,
Inc., and Trinity Rail Leasing 2012 LLC, Trinity Rail Group LLC, RIV 2013 Rail
Holdings LLC, and Trinity Rail Leasing Warehouse Trust, inclusive of each of their
respective predecessors, agents, servants, employees, shareholders, officers, directors,
attorneys, representatives, successors, assigns, parents, subsidiaries, Affiliates, limited
liability companies, insurers, and reinsurers (but strictly to the extent of coverage
afforded to the such parties by said insurers and reinsurers), including but not limited to
whether such entities are in the business of leasing, manufacturing, servicing or
administrating rail cars.
15.
Union Tank Car Company, the UTLX International Division of UTCC, The
Marmon Group LLC and Procor Limited (the “UTCC Parties”), and each of their
respective predecessors, servants, employees, owners, members (strictly with respect to
The Marmon Group LLC), shareholders, officers, directors, partners, associates,
attorneys, representatives, successors, assigns, subsidiaries, Affiliates, and parent
companies, insurers, and reinsurers listed in schedule 15 attached hereto, but strictly to
the extent of coverage afforded to the UTCC Parties by said insurers and reinsurers,
regardless of whether such entities are or were in the business of leasing, manufacturing,
servicing, or administering rail car leases or otherwise.
16.
First Union Rail Corporation (“First Union”), together with its parents, subsidiaries,
Affiliates, officers, directors, predecessors, successors, assigns, servants, employees,
shareholders, attorneys, representatives and insurers and reinsurers (strictly to the extent
limited to coverage afforded to First Union, and including, but not limited to, Lexington
Insurance Company (including pursuant to the Pollution Legal Liability Select Policy no.
PL52675034 and Stand Alone Excess Liability Policy no. 018403252) and Superior
Guaranty Insurance Company (including pursuant to Excess Liability Policy no. 4041XSCI13)).
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CIT Group, Inc., and its Affiliates, Federal Insurance Company solely in its capacity as
an insurer of CIT Group, Inc. and its Affiliates and not in any other capacity, and Arch
Insurance Group solely in its capacity as an insurer of CIT Group, Inc. and its Affiliates,
and not in any other capacity.
18.
ConocoPhillips Company (“ConocoPhillips”), together with its subsidiaries, Affiliates,
and each of their former and current respective employees, officers and directors,
successors and permitted assignees, attorneys, and insurers (and the insurers direct and
indirect parents, subsidiaries and Affiliates), but with regards to such insurers, only to the
extent of coverage provided to ConocoPhillips by such insurers in relation to the
Derailment, as well as those entities identified in Schedule 18 hereto, but strictly as nonoperating working interest owners in the specific ConocoPhillips operated wells that
produced and supplied oil that was transported on the train involved in the Derailment.
19.
Shell Oil Company and Shell Trading (US) Company, together with their subsidiaries,
Affiliates, and each of their former and current respective employees, officers and
directors, successors and permitted assignees, attorneys, and insurers (and the insurers’
direct and indirect parents, subsidiaries and Affiliates), but with regards to such insurers,
only to the extent of coverage provided to Shell Oil Company and Shell Trading (US)
Company, by such insurers in relation to the Derailment.
20.
Incorr Energy Group LLC (“Incorr”), together with its subsidiaries, Affiliates and
each of their former and current respective employees, officers and directors, successors
and permitted assignees, attorneys and insurers but only with respect to coverage
afforded by such insurers to Incorr in relation to the Derailment.
21.
Enserco Energy, LLC, together with its parent, subsidiaries, Affiliates, and each of their
former and current respective employees, officers and directors, successors and permitted
assignees, attorneys, and insurers (and the insurers’ direct and indirect parents,
subsidiaries and Affiliates), but with regards to such insurers, only to the extent of
coverage provided to Enserco Energy, LLC, by such insurers in relation to the
Derailment.
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The Attorney General of Canada, the Government of Canada, Her Majesty the
Queen in Right of Canada and the departments, crown corporations and agencies
including the Canadian Transportation Agency, and including all past, present and
future Ministers, officers, employees, representatives, servants, agents, parent,
subsidiary and affiliated crown corporations and agencies, and their respective
estates, successors and assigns.
23.
(i) Irving Oil Limited, Irving Oil Company, Limited, Irving Oil Operations General
Partner Limited and Irving Oil Commercial G.P., (ii) any of their Affiliates (as
defined in the settlement agreement), (iii) any predecessors, successors and assigns of any
of the foregoing Persons named in clauses (i) and (ii) of this paragraph 23, and (iv) any
directors, officers, agents and/or employees of any of the foregoing Persons named in
clauses (i), (ii) and (iii) of this paragraph 23 (the “Irving Parties”), and the insurers listed
in Schedule 23 attached hereto, but only in their respective capacities as insurers of the
Irving Parties under the insurance policies listed by policy numbers in said Schedule 23
(the “Irving Insurers”). Notwithstanding the foregoing or anything else in this list and
the Plan, the claims (including the Claims) and/or other rights that the Irving Parties have
(or may have) against their insurers (including but not limited to the Irving Insurers) or
any one or more of them under any applicable policies, at law, in equity or otherwise, are
fully preserved and said insurers (including but not limited to the Irving Insurers) are not
Released Parties in connection with said claims (including any Claims) and/or other
rights of the Irving Parties.
24.
(i) World Fuel Services Corporation, World Fuel Services, Inc., World Fuel Services
Canada, Inc., Petroleum Transport Solutions, LLC, Western Petroleum Company,
Strobel Starostka Transfer LLC (“SST”), Dakota Plains Marketing LLC, Dakota
Plains Holdings, Inc., DPTS Marketing Inc., Dakota Plains Transloading LLC,
Dakota Petroleum Transport Solutions LLC (the “World Fuel Parties”), (ii) any of
their Affiliates, (iii) any predecessors, successors and assigns of any of the foregoing
Persons named in clauses (i) and (ii) of this paragraph 24, and (iv) any directors, officers,
agents and/or employees of any of the foregoing Persons named in clauses (i), (ii) and
(iii) of this paragraph 24. and the insurers listed in schedule 24 attached hereto, but only
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in their respective capacities as insurers under the insurance policies listed by policy
number in said schedule 24 (the “World Fuel Insurers”).
Notwithstanding the
foregoing or anything else in this list and the Plan, the claims (including the Claims)
and/or other rights that the World Fuel Parties have (or may have) against their insurers
(including but not limited to the World Fuel Insurers), SST or its insurers, or any one or
more of them under any applicable policies, at law, in equity or otherwise, are fully
preserved and SST, as well as said insurers (including but not limited to the World Fuel
Insurers) are not Released Parties in connection with said Claims and/or other rights of
the World Fuel Parties.
25.
The SMBC Parties, namely: SMBC Rail Services, LLC f/k/a Flagship Rail Services,
LLC, and its respective predecessors, servants, employees, independent contractors,
owners, shareholders, officers, directors, associates, attorneys, accountants,
representatives, successors, assigns, agents, subsidiaries, affiliates, and parent
companies, and including without limitation Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group,
Inc., Sumitomo Mitsui Finance & Leasing Company, Limited, Sumitomo Mitsui
Banking Corporation of Canada, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, SMBC
Capital Markets, Inc., SMBC Leasing and Finance, Inc., SMBC Nikko Securities
America, Inc., JRI America, Inc., Manufacturers Bank, SMBC Global Foundation,
Inc., SMBC Financial Services, Inc., SMBC Cayman LC Limited, SMBC Capital
Partners LLC, SMBC Leasing Investment LLC, SMBC Marine Finance, Inc.,
Sakura Preferred Capital (Cayman), Limited, TLP Rail Trust I, FRS I, LLC, and
FR Holdings, LLC and its subsidiaries. “SMBC Parties” also means TLP Rail
Trust I, a Delaware Statutory Trust, SMBC Rail Services, LLC, as the owner
participant and beneficiary of TLP Rail Trust I, and Wilmington Trust Company,
Trustee of TLP Rail Trust I. “SMBC Parties” also means Liberty Mutual Holding
Company, Inc. and its subsidiaries and affiliates, Liberty Mutual Group Inc., Liberty
Mutual Insurance Company, Liberty Insurance Underwriters Inc., Liberty Surplus
Insurance Corporation, and Liberty International Underwriters (collectively, “Liberty”)
and any reinsurers that Liberty has any policy, agreement, contract, or treaty with that
relates in any way to any of the SMBC Parties or any insurance policy issued by Liberty
to any of the SMBC Parties.
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Notwithstanding the foregoing or anything else in this list, and without implying or
providing any limitation, the term “Released Parties” as used herein or above does not include,
and shall not be deemed to include Canadian Pacific Railway Company.
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SCHEDULE 2
LIST OF NON-OPERATING WORKING INTEREST OWNERS OR
JOINT VENTURERS IN OASIS OPERATED WELLS
Whiting Oil And Gas Corporation;
Hess Corporation;
Hess Bakken Investments II LLC
Continental Resources Inc.;
Sinclair Oil And Gas Company;
Conoco Phillips Company;
Black Bear Resources, LLP;
Castlerock Resources Inc.;
Deep Creek Exploration;
Enerplus Resources Usa Corporation;
Fidelity E&P Company:
Fidelity Exploration &Production Co;
Inland Oil & Gas Corporation;
Jake Energy Inc.;
Kerogen Resources Inc.;
Lilley & Company;
Lilley And Associates LLC;
Linn Energy Holdings LLC;
Lone Rider Trading Company;
Mayhem Oil And Gas Inc.;
Missouri River Royalty Corp;
Nj Petroleum LLC;
Northern Energy Corporation;
Northern Oil & Gas Inc.;
O.T. Cross Oil LLC;
Ottertail Land & Permit Services;
Penroc Oil Corporation;
Reef 2011 Private Drilling Fund LP;
Shakti Energy LLC;
Slawson Exploration Company Inc.;
Statoil Oil & Gas LP;
WHC Exploration LLC;
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SCHEDULE 5
LIST OF NON-OPERATING WORKING INTEREST OWNERS OR JOINT
VENTURERS IN MARATHON OPERATED WELLS
ALAMEDA ENERGY INC
ARTHUR FRANK LONG JR
BEARTOOTH RIDGE RESOURCES
CARL W STERUD JR
CHUGASH EXPLORATION LP
CONDOR PETROLEUM INC
CONTINENTAL RESOURCES INC
DISPUTED STATE-TRIBAL INTEREST
ENDEAVOR ENERGY RESOURCES LP
ENERPLUS RESOURCES CORPORATION
ESTATE OF KARL WILLIAM STERUD
ESTATE OF WALLACE HICKEL
EVERTSON ENERGY PARTNERS LLC
GADECO LLC
GOLDENEYE RESOURCES LLC
HALCON WILLISTON I LLC
HESS BAKKEN INVESTMENTS II LLC
ILAJEAN REAMS
JENNIFER BYSTROM
JOSEPHINE ANN KJONAAS
KOOTENAI RESOURCE CORP
LA PETROLEUM INC
LGFE-M LP
LINDA ELWOOD
LOUIS WALTER LONG
MARCIN PRODUCTION LLC
MICHAEL HARVEY STERUD
MISSOURI RIVER ROYALTY CORPORATION
MONTANA OIL PROPERTIES INC
MONTE TEDDY LONG
NATURAL RESOURCE PARTNERS LP
NORTHERN ENERGY CORP
NORTHERN OIL AND GAS INC
PETROGULF CORP
QEP ENERGY COMPANY
RAINBOW ENERGY MARKETING CORP
RONALD KNIGHT
S REGER FAMILY INC
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SLAWSON EXPLORATION COMPANY INC
SLAWSON RESOURCES COMPANY
SPOTTED HAWK DEVELOPMENT LLC
STEWART GEOLOGICAL INC
TDB RESOURCES LP
USG PROPERTIES BAKKEN II LLC
VERSA ENERGY LLC
VITESSE ENERGY LLC
VITESSE OIL LLC
W NORTH FUND II LP
ZAGOIL COMPANY LLC
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SCHEDULE 6
LIST OF NON-OPERATING WORKING INTEREST OWNERS OR JOINT
VENTURERS IN QEP OPERATED WELLS
3LAND INC
ACTION REALTORS INC
ADELE L. SKODA
AMERADA HESS CORPORATION
ANDREW J HORVAT REVOCABLE TRUST
ARMSTRONG CHILDREN'S TRUST
ARMSTRONG MINERALS, LLC
AVALON NORTH LLC
BADLANDS HOLDING COMPANY
BANDED ROCK LLC
BIG PRAIRIE INVESTMENTS, LLC
BLACK STONE ENERGY COMPANY, LLC
BORGOIL RESOURCES, LLP
BRUCE P. IVERSON
BURLINGTON RESOURCES OIL & GAS
BXP PARTNERS III, LP
CHUGASH EXPLORATION LP
CONTINENTAL RESOURCES INC
COPPERHEAD CORPORATION
CRESCENT ENERGY, INC.
CRS MINERALS LLC
DAKOTA WEST LLC
DALE LEASE ACQUISITIONS 2011-B LP
DAVIS EXPLORATION
DEBRA KAY TORNBERG
DEEP CREEK EXPLORATION LLC
DEVON ENERGY PRODUCTION CO. LP
DIAMOND EXPLORATION INC
DORCHESTER MINERALS LP
DUANE A. IVERSON
E. W. BOWLES
ENDEAVOR ENERGY RESOURCES LP
ENERPLUS RESOURCES (USA)
ESTATE OF ROBERT J MCCANN JR
EZ OIL, LLC
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FORESTAR PETROLEUM GROUP
GAEDEKE WILLISTON BASIN HOLDINGS
GARY LEE MCCORMICK
GREEN RIVER ENERGY LLC
HALCON RESOURCES CORP COMPANY
HESS BAKKEN INVESTMENTS II LLC
HESS CORPORATION
INTERNATIONAL PETROLEUM CORPORATION
INTERNOS, INC.
J KAMP OIL LLC
JEFF GARSKE
JERALDINE BJORNSON
JJS WORKING INTERESTS LLC
JOEL ALM
JOHN B. BJORNSON
JT ENERGY, LLC
JTT OIL LLC
JUNE ANN GREENBERG
KENNETH STEVENSON
KODIAK OIL & GAS (USA) INC
L LOWRY MAYS
LANDSOUTH PROPERTIES, LLC
LEE MCCORMICK MARITAL TRUST
LEGION LAND & EXPLORATION CORP
LELAND STENEHJEM, JR.
LGFE-M L.P.
LINDSEY K MULLENIX
LMAC, LLC
LONE RIDER TRADING COMPANY
LONETREE ENERGY & ASSOCIATES
M & M ENERGY INC
MADDOX FAMILY TRUST
MARATHON OIL COMPANY
MBI OIL & GAS LLC
MCBRIDE OIL & GAS CORPORATION
MILBURN INVESTMENTS, LLC
MISSOURI RIVER ROYALTY COMPANY
MUREX PETROLEUM CORPORATION
NORTHERN ENERGY CORPORATION
NORTHERN OIL AND GAS, INC.
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NORTHLAND ROYALTY CORPORATION
NOWITZKI OIL & GAS LP
O. A. HANSON
OPINOR ANNA PTY KAISER FUND
PETROGLYPH ENERGY
PETROVAUGHN INC.
PHILIP R. BISHOP
PRADERA DEL NORTE, INC.
RALPH MADDOX FAMILY TRUST
RAVEN OIL PROPERTIES INC
REEF 2011 PRIVATE DRILLING FUND LP
ROBERT J. MCCORMICK
ROBERT POST JOHNSON
SCOTT ENERGY, LLC
SCOTT K. BJORNSON
SCOTT WARD
SIDNEY K. LEACH
SIERRA RESOURCES INC
SINCLAIR OIL & GAS COMPANY
SIXTY NINE OIL & GAS LP
SKLARCO LLC
SLAWSON EXPLORATION CO INC
SM ENERGY COMPANY
SOUTH FORK EXPLORATION, LLC
SPOTTED HAWK DEVELOPMENT LLC
SRP ENTERPRISES, INC.
STEVEN H HARRIS FAMILY LIMITED
STUBER MINERAL RESOURCES LLC
SUNDHEIM OIL CORPORATION
SUSAN D STENEHJEM
THE ERICKSON FAMILY TRUST
THE MILLENNIUM CORPORATION
THE TRIPLE T INC.
TIMOTHY J. RITTER
TL & JH KAISER SUPERANNUATION
TURMOIL INC
TWIN CITY TECHNICAL, LLC
USG PROPERTIES BAKKEN II LLC
VINNIE CORP
VINTAGE OIL & GAS, LLC
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VIVIAN MCCORMICK WARREN
WESTERN ENERGY CORPORATION
WILLIAM G SEAL ESTATE
WOLF ENERGY LLC
XTO ENERGY INC
XTO OFFSHORE INC
ZACHARY D VANOVER
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SCHEDULE 7
LIST OF NON OPERATING WORKING INTEREST OWNERS
OR JOINT VENTURERS IN SLAWSON OPERATED WELLS
A.G. Andrikopoulos Resources, Inc.
Abercrombie Energy, Inc.
Alameda Energy, Inc.
Anthony J. Klein
Bakken HBT II, LP
Beartooth Ridge Resources, Inc.
Beck Sherven Legion Post #290
Benjamin Kirkaldie
BigSky Oil & Gas, LLC
Bob Featherer LLC
Brendall Energy, LLC
Burlington Northern & Sante Fe
C King Oil
Cedar Creek Wolverine, LLC
Centaur Consulting, LLC
Chugash Exploration, LP
Comanche Exploration Company
Continental Resources, Inc.
Craig A. Slawson
D. Sumner Chase, III 2001 Irr. Trust
David L. Hilleren
David W. Strickler Trust
Davis Exploration, LLC
Deep Blue, LLC
Dogwood Hill Farms, LLC
DS&S Chase, LLC
Enerplus Resources (USA) Corp
Formation Energy LP
Frederic Putnam
Gadeco, LLC
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Gaedeke Williston Basin, Ltd.
Gasco Limited Partnership
GHG Partners, LLC
Great Plains Oil Properties, LLC
Greenhead Energy, Inc.
Gulfport Energy Corporation
HRC Energy, LLC
Huston Energy Corporation
Icenine Properties, LLC
Inland Oil and Gas Corporation
James H Bragg
John Schell
Kenneth Lyson and Claudia G. Lyson
Kodiak Oil & Gas (USA), Inc.
Kootenai Resources Corporation
L D Davis & Marilyn Davis, JTS
Lario Oil and Gas Company
Linn Energy Holdings, LLC
Marcin Production, LLC
Mark Lee
Marshall & Winston, Inc.
Mary Newman
Melbby Gas III, LLC
Missouri River Royalty Corporation
Montana Oil Properties, Inc.
MRG Holdings, LLC
Mwiley Resources, Inc.
Nadel and Gussman Bakken, LLC
Northern Oil and Gas, Inc.
Oxy USA, Inc.
Pegasus Group Inc.
Petro-Huston, LLC
Petroshale (US) Inc.
Pine Oil Co.
Pine Petroleum, Inc.
Piscato Oil, LLC
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Polish Oil & Gas, Inc.
Raymond Resources Inc.
Riley Resources, Inc.
Robert A. Erickson & Cleo
S. Reger Family, Inc.
Sheringham Corporation
Slawson Resources Co.
Statoil Oil & Gas, LP
Stewart Geological, Inc.
Stuart F. Chase
Stuart F. Chase 2001 Irr. Trust
Thomas Lambert
Todd Slawson
Todd Slawson Trust
Tracker Resource Development III, LLC
U S Energy Development Corporation
USG Properties Bakken II, LLC
Vitesse Energy, LLC
Vitesse Oil, LLC
W B Oil LLC
Whiting Oil and Gas
Windsor Dakota, LLC
Zagoil Company, LLC
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SCHEDULE 15
LIST OF UTCC’S INSURERS AND REINSURERS
Canadian Insurance Companies
ACE INA Insurance
Chartis Insurance Company of Canada (n/k/a AIG Insurance Company of Canada)
Westport Insurance Corporation
U.S. Insurance Companies
ACE American Insurance Company
American Zurich Insurance Company
Lexington Insurance Company
North American Capacity Insurance Company
Starr Indemnity & Liability Company
Bermudian Insurance Companies
ACE Bermuda Insurance Ltd.
Allied World Assurance Company Ltd.
Argo Re Ltd.
Chartis Excess Limited (n/k/a American International Reinsurance Company Ltd.)
Chubb Atlantic Indemnity Ltd.
Hanseatic Insurance Company (Bermuda) Limited
Iron-Starr Excess Agency Ltd. / Ironshore Insurance Ltd. / Starr Insurance & Reinsurance
Limited
Starr Insurance & Reinsurance Limited
XL Insurance (Bermuda) Ltd.
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SCHEDULE 18
LIST OF NON-OPERATING INTEREST OWNERS OR JOINT VENTURERS IN
BURLINGTON RESOURCES OIL & GAS COMPANY LP (A WHOLLY OWNED
SUBSIDIARY OF CONOCOPHILLIPS) OPERATED WELLS
Continental Resources Inc.
Hess Corporation
Hess Bakken Investment II, LLC
JAG Oil Limited Partnership
Linn Energy Holdings LLC
Newfield Production Company
Northern Oil & Gas, Inc.
Twin City Technical LLC
WM ND Energy Resources II, LLC
QEP Energy Co.
Questar Exploration & Production Co.
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SCHEDULE 23
LIST OF IRVING INSURERS
1. ACE INA Insurance
x
CGL 523952
x
XBC 602712
2. Zurich Insurance plc, UK Branch
x
B0509E1149413
x
B0509E1181313
3. Zurich lnsurance Company Ltd
x
8840960
x
8838799
4. AEGIS, Syndicate AES 1225
x
B0509E1149413
5. Mitsui Sumitomo, Insurance Corporate Capital, Limited as sole member of Syndicate, 3210
at Lloyds
x B0509E1181113
6. QBE Casualty Syndicate 386
x
B0509E1181113
7. QBE Syndicate 1886
x
B0509E1181113
8. Underwriters at Lloyd's and Lloyd's Syndicates, Subscribing to Policy No.
B0509HM231013, including the following
x AEGIS Syndicate AES 1225
x
Syndicate CNP 4444
x
Syndicate MKL 3000
x
Syndicate HIS 33
x
Syndicate LIB 4472
x
Syndicate ANV 1861
x
Syndicate MFM 2468
x
Syndicate AUW 609
x
Syndicate TUL 1301
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Syndicate AML 2001
x
Syndicate NAV 1221
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9. XL Insurance (Bermuda) Ltd.
x
XLUMB-742875
10. Oil Casualty Insurance, Ltd.
x
U920303-0313
11. Argo Re Ltd.
x
ARGO-CAS-OR-000227.1
12. Chubb Atlantic lndemnity Ltd.
x
3310-17-91
13. Zurich Insurance Company Ltd
x
8838799
14. Iron-Starr Excess Agency Ltd.
x
1S0000822
15. AIG Excess Liability Insurance International Limited
x
1657346
16. ACE Bermuda Insurance Ltd.
x
1OC-1338/5
17. Liberty Mutual Insurance Company
x
XSTO-631084-013
18. ACE Underwriting Agencies Limited, as managing agency of Syndicate 2488 at Lloyd's, and
ACE European Group Limited
x
B0509EI181413
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SCHEDULE 24
LIST OF WORLD FUEL INSURERS (Subject to Note 1 below)
1. Zurich American Insurance Company (“Zurich”). Zurich is included in Schedule A only
with respect to its indemnity limits, and not with respect to its obligation to defend or pay
defense costs to the World Fuel Parties. Zurich is included on Schedule A solely with
respect to the following policies:
•
•
Zurich American Insurance Company Policy GLO 5955601-00 (eff.
07/01/2013 – 07/01/2014); and
Zurich American Insurance Company Policy ZE 5761197-00 (eff.
07/01/2013 – 07/01/2014)
2. Federal Insurance Company (GL) (“Federal (GL)”). Federal (GL) is included in Schedule A
only with respect to its indemnity limits, and not with respect to its obligation to defend or
pay defense costs to the World Fuel Parties. Federal (GL) is included on Schedule A solely
with respect to the following policy:
•
Federal Insurance Company Policy 3597-82-72 NHO (eff. 11/07/2012 –
11/07/2013)
3. Alterra Excess & Surplus Insurance Company (“Alterra”). Alterra is included on Schedule A
solely with respect to the following policy:
•
Alterra Excess & Surplus Insurance Company Policy MAX3EC50000211
(eff. 11/07/2012 – 11/07/2013)
4. ACE Property and Casualty Insurance Company (“ACE”). Ace is included on Schedule A
solely with respect to the following policy:
•
ACE Property and Casualty Insurance Company Policy XOO G27047026
(eff. 07/01/2013 – 07/01/2014)
5. Ironshore Specialty Insurance Company (“Ironshore”). Ironshore is included on Schedule A
solely with respect to the following policy:
•
Ironshore Specialty Insurance Company Policy 001709800 (eff.
07/01/2013 – 07/01/2014)
6. *XL Insurance America, Inc. (“XL”). XL is included on Schedule A solely with respect to
the following policy:
•
•
XL Insurance America, Inc. Policy US00065550LI13A (eff. 07/01/2013 –
07/01/2014)]
* settlement subject to determination of WFS’s ultimate derailment
liability
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7. Federal Insurance Company and Chubb Custom Insurance Company (Pollution)
(“collectively, Chubb”). Chubb is included on Schedule A solely with respect to the
following policies:
•
•
•
Federal Insurance Company Policy 37313421 (eff. 10/1/2010 –
10/1/2020);
Chubb Custom Insurance Company Policy 37313810 (eff. 4/17/2012 –
4/17/2017); and
Chubb Custom Insurance Company Policy 37313496 (eff. 12/31/2010 –
12/31/2020)
8. Lexington Insurance Company and Chartis Specialty Insurance Company (collectively,
“AIG”). AIG is included on Schedule A solely with respect to the following policies:
•
•
•
Lexington Insurance Company Policy PLS 5652718 (eff. 06/01/11 –
07/01/14);
Chartis Specialty Insurance Company Policy PLS 1951951 (eff. 07/01/11
– 07/01/14); and
Chartis Specialty Insurance Company PLS 18809548 (eff. 05/11/12 –
05/11/15)
9. Crum and Forster Specialty Insurance Company (“Crum & Forster”). Crum & Forster is
included on Schedule A solely with respect to the following policies:
•
•
Crum & Forster Specialty Insurance Company Policy EPK 101162 (eff.
03/16/13-03/16/14); and
Crum & Forster Specialty Insurance Company Policy EFX 100400 (eff.
03/16/13-03/16/14)]
Note 1. Notwithstanding anything above or elsewhere in the Plan or the CCAA Plan, no insurer
shall be included in this Schedule 24 or as a Released Party in the Plan or the CCAA Plan, or
otherwise obtain the benefits of the Plan or the CCAA Plan, unless and until that insurer enters
into a separate settlement agreement with the World Fuel Parties (mutually acceptable to the
World Fuel Parties and that insurer) relating to insurance coverage for the Derailment. Any such
separate settlement agreement between the World Fuel Parties and an insurer shall be
specifically subject to the terms and conditions thereof, notwithstanding anything to the contrary
in the Plan, the CCAA Plan, or the Approval Orders (as defined in the CCAA Plan). The
releases set forth in the Plan, the CCAA Plan, and the Approval Orders are not intended to, and
shall not, extend to or otherwise release or discharge any Claims, rights, privileges, or benefits
held by the World Fuel Parties against the World Fuel Insurers or any other insurer of the World
Fuel Parties, which shall be governed by such separate settlement agreement between the World
Fuel Parties and such World Fuel Insurer or other insurer of the World Fuel Parties.
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Schedule B
Derailment Wrongful Death Claims Matrix
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Points Allocation Matrix
Criteria
Points per Criteria
1. Age of the decedents
Age of Decedent
x Less than 18
x 18 to less than 26
x 26 to less than 60
x 60 to less than 66
x 66 and greater
Points
x 3
x 8
x 10
x 8
x 3
2. If decedent survived by children
Age of Surviving Children
x Less than 21
x 21 to less than 31
x 31 to less than 51
x 51 and greater
Points
x 15
x 7
x 5
x 3
3. If decedent is survived by a spouse
Annual Income of Decedent
x Less than $20,000
x $20,000 to less than $50,000
x $50,000 to less than $75,000
x $75,000 to less than $100,000
x $100,000 and greater
Points
x 12.50
x 15.00
x 16.25
x 17.50
x 18.75
4. If decedent is survived by a spouse
but no children
x
x
If parents, 5 additional points
If no parents, but siblings, then 2.5 points per sibling
to a maximum of 7.5 points
5. If decedent is not survived by a
spouse or child and the decedent is a
minor
x
x
10 points for each surviving parent and
5 points for each surviving sibling
6. If decedent is not survived by a
spouse or child and the decedent is
not a minor
x
x
5 points for each surviving parent and
2.5 points for each surviving sibling
7. If decedent is survived by a child1
x
Set aside of 5% to parents and siblings with a
potential reallocation to ensure a minimum payment
of $25,000 to each parent and sibling
1
As set forth in the CCAA Plan, in the event that, following review of the Derailment Property Damage
Claims pursuant to the Claims Resolution Order (as defined in the CCAA Plan), the aggregate value of
the Derailment Property Damage Claims is reduced below CAD$75 million, the distribution related to the
difference between the amount of CAD$75 million and the revised aggregate value of these claims (the
“Economic Savings”) will be allocated as follows: (a) first, an amount up to CAD$884,000 to permit a
payment of up to CAD$24,000 to each of the grandparents and grandchildren of the deceased, in which
case the grandparents and grandchildren will be removed from Schedule B and included in this ¶7 of this
Schedule A; (b) second, an amount of Economic Savings to permit the increase of the carve-out for
parents, siblings, grandparents and grandchildren in this ¶7 of this Schedule A to increase from 5% up to
the equivalent of 12.5%; and (c) third, on a pro-rata basis, to the value of the claims in the other
categories described in Section 4.2(a), (b), (d) and (e) of the CCAA Plan. For greater certainty, the total
allocation of Economic Savings to increase the allocation to parents, siblings, grandparents and
grandchildren to 12.5% in the wrongful death category shall not exceed CAD$4.9 million.
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Victim
Total Points
Allocation %
Estimated Potential Distribution
1
68
4.83%
$5,374,000
2
23
1.65%
1,830,000
3
32
2.29%
2,548,000
4
20
1.43%
1,592,000
5
15
1.07%
1,194,000
6
20
1.43%
1,592,000
7
6
0.43%
478,000
8
38
2.68%
2,985,000
9
28
1.97%
2,189,000
10
14
1.00%
1,115,000
11
23
1.65%
1,831,000
12
16
1.15%
1,274,000
13
20
1.43%
1,592,000
14
28
1.97%
2,189,000
15
40
2.86%
3,185,000
16
52
3.69%
4,100,000
17
28
1.97%
2,189,000
18
25
1.79%
1,990,000
19
23
1.65%
1,830,000
20
40
2.86%
3,185,000
21
17
1.22%
1,353,000
22
18
1.29%
1,433,000
23
25
1.79%
1,990,000
24
21
1.47%
1,632,000
25
23
1.65%
1,831,000
26
55
3.94%
4,379,000
27
25
1.79%
1,990,000
28
53
3.76%
4,180,000
29
40
2.86%
3,185,000
30
31
2.18%
2,428,000
31
20
1.43%
1,592,000
32
23
1.65%
1,830,000
33
25
1.79%
1,990,000
34
40
2.86%
3,185,000
35
13
0.93%
1,035,000
36
13
0.93%
1,035,000
37
45
3.19%
3,543,000
38
21
1.47%
1,632,000
39
25
1.79%
1,990,000
40
30
2.15%
2,388,000
41
23
1.61%
1,791,000
42
41
2.95%
3,284,000
43
40
2.86%
3,185,000
44
40
2.86%
3,185,000
45
13
0.93%
1,035,000
46
53
3.76%
4,180,000
47
31
2.24%
2,488,000
48
40
2.86%
3,185,000
1,397
100.0%
$111,216,000
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The amounts above are prior to any fees that may be claimed by the claimants’ attorneys or the
Class Representatives, as applicable.
(all amounts are in Canadian dollars)
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Schedule C
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Points
Estimated # of
claimants
Total points
%
Est. Dist.
Dist. per
claimant
5.0
3,700
18,500
24.9%
$11,677,000
$3,160
Per day of displacement
1.0
1,850
10,370
14.0%
6,545,000
630
Maximum
30.0
Red Zone/Yellow Zone
50.0
140
7,000
9.4%
4,418,000
31,560
Grandparents and grandchildren
(notes 1 & 5)
15.0
50
750
1.0%
473,000
9,460
50.0
250
5,000
16.8%
7,890,000
31,560
100.0
250
10,000
33.7%
15,780,000
63,120
50.0
2
100
0.1%
63,000
31,500
Trouble & Inconvenience
Evacuations
Post Traumatic Stress - short term
(note 2)
Post Traumatic Stress - long term
(note 2)
Bodily Injury
per day
Buffer (note 3)
Total (notes 1 & 4)
2,000,000
74,220
100%
$48,846,000
Note 1: This is a cumulative calculation, whereby one claimant can fall into more than one category, however wrongful death claimants
and grandparents and grandchildren cannot claim for post-traumatic stress.
Note 2: For those who have been given a medical diagnosis of post-traumatic stress, a depressive disorder, an anxiety disorder and/or
otherwise remain under medical care for mental health issues arising from the disaster and for those who were present in the red zone
at the time of the derailment. In order to qualify in this category and to determine if you qualify for short-term of long-term posttraumatic stress, further details will be required by the Monitor.
Note 3: To be used for any increase in the post-traumatic stress category (if any); thereafter, any unused portion will be distributed to all
the other categories of moral damages on a pro rata basis.
Note 4: The final amounts may vary depending on further information received.
Note 5: As set forth in the CCAA Plan, in the event that, following review of the Derailment Property Damage Claims pursuant to the
Claims Resolution Order (as defined in the CCAA Plan), the aggregate value of the Derailment Property Damage Claims is reduced
below CAD$75 million, the distribution related to the difference between the amount of CAD$75 million and the revised aggregate value
of these claims (the “Economic Savings”) will be allocated as follows: (a) first, an amount up to CAD$884,000 to permit a payment of
up to CAD$24,000 to each of the grandparents and grandchildren of the deceased, in which case the grandparents and grandchildren
will be removed from this Schedule B and included in ¶7 of Schedule A; (b) second, an amount of Economic Savings to permit the
increase of the carve-out for parents, siblings, grandparents and grandchildren in ¶7 of Schedule A to increase from 5% up to the
equivalent of 12.5%; and (c) third, on a pro-rata basis, to the value of the claims in the other categories described in Section 4.2(a), (b),
(d) and (e) of the CCAA Plan. For greater certainty, the total allocation of Economic Savings to increase the allocation to parents,
siblings, grandparents and grandchildren to 12.5% in the wrongful death category shall not exceed CAD$4.9 million.
(all amounts are in Canadian dollars)
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Schedule D
Distribution Mechanism with Respect to Property & Economic Damages Claims
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Distribution Mechanism with Respect to the
Property and Economic Damages Claims
x
Property and Economic Damages Claims will be valued pursuant to the Claims
Resolution Order.
x
The value of the Property and Economic Damages Claims is currently estimated at
$75 million.
x
Following the valuation of the Property and Economic Damages Claims pursuant to
the Claims Resolution Order, creditors having Proven Claims will be paid on a prorata basis.
x
In the event that, following the review of these claims pursuant to the Claims
Resolution Order, the aggregate value of the Property and Economic Damages
Claims is reduced below $75 million, the difference between the amount of $75
million and the revised aggregate value of these claims will be allocated on a prorata basis to the value of the claims in the other categories described in Sections 4.2
(a) (b) (d) and (e).
Any distributions made may be subject to fees that may be claimed by the
claimants’ attorneys or the Class Representatives, as applicable.
(all amounts are in Canadian dollars)
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EN CAS DE DIVERGENCE ENTRE LA VERSION ANGLAISE ET LA VERSION
FRANÇAISE, LA VERSION ANGLAISE PRÉVAUDRA.
UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
DISTRICT OF MAINE
In re:
MONTREAL MAINE & ATLANTIC
RAILWAY, LTD.
Bk. No. 13-10670
Chapter 11
Debtor.
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF DERAILMENT CLAIMS OF ORDER (I) APPROVING
PROPOSED DISCLOSURE STATEMENT; (II) ESTABLISHING NOTICE,
SOLICITATION AND VOTING PROCEDURES; (III) SCHEDULING
CONFIRMATION HEARING; AND (IV) ESTABLISHING NOTICE
AND OBJECTION PROCEDURES FOR CONFIRMATION OF THE PLAN
Robert J. Keach, Esq. (le « Trustee »), Chapter 11 trustee (syndic) pour l’affaire en rubrique
Montréal Maine & Atlantic Railway, Ltd. (la « Debtor »), soumet le présent avis d’approbation (le
« Notice ») du Revised First Amended Disclosure Statement for the Trustee’s Plan of Liquidation
Dated July 15, 2015 [D.E. 1535] (comme celui-ci peut être amendé ou modifié, le « Disclosure
Statement ») à l’égard du Trustee’s Revised First Amended Plan of Liquidation Dated July 15,
2015 [D.E. 1534] (comme celui-ci peut être amendé ou modifié, le « Plan »). 1
VOUS DEVEZ LIRE LE PLAN ET LE DISCLOSURE STATEMENT
ENTIÈREMENT AVANT DE VOTER POUR ACCEPTER OU REJETER LE PLAN.
L’AVIS CI-APRÈS RÉSUME CERTAINES DISPOSITIONS CLÉS QUI REVÊTENT UNE
IMPORTANCE PARTICULIÈRE POUR LES DÉTENTEURS DE DERAILMENT
CLAIMS, MAIS IL NE SE SUBSTITUE PAS À UN EXAMEN DE L’ENSEMBLE DU
PLAN ET DU DISCLOSURE STATEMENT.
LES DÉTENTEURS DE DERAILMENT CLAIMS ET CEUX QUI ONT UN
INTÉRÊT DANS LES ACTIFS D’ASSURANCE CONCERNÉS SERONT SOUMIS AUX
QUITTANCES ET AUX INJONCTIONS INTERDISANT LE MAINTIEN DE TOUTE
CLAIM CONTRE CERTAINES PARTIES EN CONFORMITÉ AVEC LE PLAN ET LE
« CCAA PLAN » AINSI QUE LA « CONFIRMATION ORDER », LE « CHAPTER 15
RECOGNITION AND ENFORCEMENT ORDER », ET LA « CCAA APPROVAL
ORDER ». LES DÉTENTEURS DE DERAILEMENT CLAIMS ET CEUX QUI ONT UN
INTÉRÊT DANS LES ACTIFS D’ASSURANCE CONCERNÉS DOIVENT LIRE TRÈS
SOIGNEUSEMENT CES SECTIONS DU PLAN ET CONSULTER UN AVOCAT
CONCERNANT LESDITES QUITTANCES ET INJONCTIONS.
1
Les expressions comportant une majuscule initiale qui ne sont pas définies aux présentes ont la signification qui leur
est attribuée dans la Motion for an Order (I) Approving Proposed Disclosure Statement; (II) Establishing Notice,
Solicitation, and Voting Procedures;(III) Scheduling Confirmation Hearing; and (IV) Establishing Notice and
Objection Procedures for Confirmation of the Plan [D.E. 1432] ou le Plan, le cas échéant. Certaines expressions
importantes définies dans le Plan ont été reproduites à l’Annexe A des présentes.
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DATES IMPORTANTES
Veuillez prendre note des dates importantes ci-après fixées par la Court dans le Disclosure
Statement Order (comme définie ci-après) :
1. La date limite pour déposer une objection ou une réponse au Plan est le 10 septembre
2015 à 17 heures (Heure de l’Est applicable) (la «Objection Deadline»).
2. La date limite pour voter sur le Plan est le 10 septembre 2015 à 17 heures (Heure de
l’Est applicable) (la «Voting Deadline »). Le Noticing and Soliciation Agent
(comme cette expression est définie ci-après) du Trustee doit recevoir le bulletin
de vote (ballot) au plus tard à la Voting Deadline pour que ce bulletin soit pris en
compte.
3. L’audience qui se penchera sur la confirmation du Plan (le « Confirmation Hearing »)
se tiendra le 24 septembre 2015 à 9 heures (Heure de l’Est applicable).
A. APPROBATION JUDICIAIRE DES DISCLOSURE STATEMENT ET
SOLLICITATION PROCEDURES.
Le 17 juillet 2015, le United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maine (la « Court
») a prononcé le Order (I) Approving Proposed Disclosure Statement; (II) Approving Notice,
Solicitation and Voting Procedures; (III) Scheduling Confirmation Hearing; and (IV) Establishing
Notice and Objection Procedures for Confirmation of the Plan [D.E. 1544] (le «Disclosure
Statement Order») qui a notamment : (i) approuvé la suffisance du Disclosure Statement déposé
en soutien du Plan; et (ii) autorisé le Trustee à solliciter des acceptations ou des rejets du Plan
auprès des détenteurs de Impaired Claims qui sont ou peuvent être en droit de recevoir des
distributions en vertu du Plan.
B. VOTING RECORD DATE.
Le 15 juillet 2015 est la Voting Record Date aux fins du vote pour la détermination (i) des
détenteurs de Claims en droit de voter sur le Plan et (ii) de la question de savoir s’il y a eu une
cession en bonne et due forme des Claims en vertu de la Bankruptcy Rule 3001(e) de manière à ce
que le cessionnaire applicable puisse voter à titre de détenteur de la Claim.
C. VOTING DEADLINE.
Si vous déteniez une Claim contre la Debtor à la Voting Record Date et que vous êtes en
droit de voter sur le Plan, vous avez reçu un Ballot (bulletin de vote) et des consignes de vote
applicables à votre (vos) Claim(s) avec le présent Notice. Votre vote sera pris en compte en liaison
avec la confirmation du Plan uniquement si vous vous conformez aux consignes de vote et
inscrivez toutes les informations nécessaires sur le Ballot en plus de signer et de retourner le Ballot
rempli de manière à ce qu’il soit effectivement reçu au plus tard à la Voting Deadline. Toute nonconformité aux consignes de vote accompagnant le Ballot peut entraîner le rejet de votre Ballot et
de votre vote concernant le Plan.
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D. OBJECTIONS AU PLAN.
Toute objection au Plan doit : (i) être consignée par écrit; (ii) se conformer aux Bankruptcy
Rules et aux Local Bankruptcy Rules; (iii) préciser le nom et l’adresse de la partie formulant une
objection ainsi que le montant et la nature de la Claim; (iv) énoncer en détail le fondement et la
nature de toute objection au Plan; (v) proposer une modification au Plan permettant (le cas échéant)
de résoudre cette objection; et (vi) être déposée, concurremment avec une preuve de signification,
auprès de la Court et être signifiée de manière à être effectivement reçue par chacune des parties
suivantes au plus tard à la Objection Deadline :
Chapter 11 Trustee :
U.S. Trustee:
Robert J. Keach, Esq.
BERNSTEIN, SHUR,
SAWYER & NELSON, P.A.
100 Middle Street
P.O. Box 9729
Portland, ME 04104
Téléphone : (207) 774-1200
Télécopieur : (207) 774-1127
Stephen G. Morrell, Esq.
OFFICE OF THE U.S. TRUSTEE
537 Congress Street
Portland, ME 04101
Téléphone : (207) 780-3564
E. CONFIRMATION HEARING.
Le Confirmation Hearing débutera le 24 septembre 2015 à 9 heures (Heure de l’Est
applicable) devant l’Honorable Peter G. Cary, United States Bankruptcy Judge, in the United
States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maine, 537 Congress Street, Second Floor, Portland,
Maine 04101. Vous êtes par les présentes avisé(e) que le Confirmation Hearing peut être reporté
de temps à autre par la Court ou par le Trustee sans avis ultérieur autre qu’une annonce de cet
ajournement lors de l'audience ou par un avis d’ajournement déposé auprès de la Court et signifié
aux parties en droit de recevoir des avis en vertu de la Bankruptcy Rule 2002 et des Local
Bankruptcy Rules, ou autrement. Conformément au Plan, le Plan peut être modifié, au besoin,
avant ou pendant le Confirmation Hearing ou à la suite de celui-ci sans autre mesure de la part du
Trustee et sans avis ultérieur à la Court ou à toute autre entité ou sans mesure, ordonnance ou
approbation ultérieure de la Court ou de toute autre entité.
F. SOLICITATION PACKAGES.
On peut se procurer gratuitement le Solicitation Package (autre que les Ballots) auprès du
noticing and solicitation agent du Trustee (le « Noticing and Solicitation Agent ») (i) à
https://cases.primeclerk.com/mma/, (ii) en s’adressant par écrit à Montréal Maine Ballot
Processing, c/o Prime Clerk LLC, 830 Third Avenue, 9th Floor, New York, NY 10022, ou (iii) par
téléphone en composant le (855) 388-4576. Le Noticing and Solicitation Agent répondra aux
questions concernant les procédures et les exigences applicables pour voter en faveur ou en
opposition au Plan, fournira des copies supplémentaires de l’ensemble du matériel, et surveillera
le décompte des votes.
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G. ADMISSION TEMPORAIRE DES CLAIMS ET INTÉRÊTS AUX FINS DU
VOTE.
Aux fins du vote seulement, chaque réclamation au sein d’une Voting Class sera admise
temporairement à un montant équivalant au montant de cette claim tel que précisé dans les
Schedules ou dans les documents de la Debtor, le cas échéant, sous réserve des exceptions
suivantes :
(a)
Si une claim est réputée admise en vertu du Plan, cette claim est admise à
des fins de vote au montant réputé admis tel que précisé dans le Plan;
(b)
Si une proof of claim a été déposée à temps à un montant qui est liquidé,
non éventuel et non contesté, cette claim est admise temporairement au
montant précisé dans la proof of claim, à moins que cette claim ne soit
contestée de la manière prévue au sous-alinéa (g) ci-après;
(c)
Si une claim pour laquelle une proof of claim a été déposée à temps est
éventuelle, non liquidée ou contestée, cette claim se voit attribuer un vote
et elle est évaluée à un dollar (1,00 $) à des fins de vote seulement, et non à
des fins d’admission ou de distribution, à moins que cette claim ne soit
contestée de la manière prévue au sous-alinéa (g) ci-après;
(d)
Si une claim a été estimée ou admise par ailleurs à des fins de vote en vertu
d’une ordonnance de la Bankruptcy Court, cette claim est admise
temporairement au montant ainsi estimé ou admis par la Bankruptcy Court
à des fins de vote seulement, et non à des fins d’admission ou de
distribution;
(e)
Si une claim apparaît dans les Schedules comme étant éventuelle, non
liquidée ou contestée, ou au montant de zéro ou à un montant inconnu, et
qu’une proof of claim (i) n’a pas été déposée à la Bar Date ou à la Extended
Bar Date, le cas échéant, ou (ii) n’est pas réputée déposée à temps par une
ordonnance de la Bankruptcy Court avant la Voting Deadline, le Trustee
propose le rejet de cette claim aux fins du vote en vertu de la Bankruptcy
Rule 3003(c);
(f)
Si une claim apparaît dans les Schedules ou sur une proof of claim déposée
à temps comme étant éventuelle, non liquidée ou contestée en partie, cette
claim est admise temporairement au montant qui est liquidé, non éventuel
et non contesté à des fins de vote seulement, et non à des fins d’admission
ou de distribution, à moins que cette claim ne soit contestée de la manière
prévue au sous-alinéa (g) ci-après;
(g)
Si, avant la Voting Deadline, le Trustee a déposé une objection en vue de
rejeter ou d’éliminer entièrement toute preuve de Claim, le vote du
réclamant d’une telle Claim ne sera pris en compte à aucune fin à l’égard
du Plan ou du Confirmation Hearing, à moins et jusqu’à ce que ce réclamant
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obtienne de la Bankruptcy Court une ordonnance à l’effet contraire et si,
avant la Voting Deadline, le Trustee a déposé une objection en vue de rejeter
ou d’éliminer en partie une preuve de Claim qui a été déposée, le vote du
réclamant d’une telle Claim sera compté à toutes fins à l’égard du Plan ou
du Confirmation Hearing uniquement dans la mesure de la partie non
contestée de cette Claim, à moins et jusqu’à ce que ce réclamant obtienne,
de la Bankruptcy Court, une ordonnance prévoyant autre chose .
(h)
Les Ballots présentés par les détenteurs allégués de Claims d’une Voting
Class qui n’ont pas déposé des preuves de Claims à temps et dont les Claims
alléguées n’apparaissent pas dans les Schedules de la Debtor seront rejetés
aux fins du vote.
Si un créancier veut contester l’admission ou le rejet de sa claim à des fins de vote, le
Trustee propose que le créancier dépose auprès de la Bankruptcy Court une requête visant à obtenir
une ordonnance en vertu de la Bankruptcy Rule 3018(a) admettant temporairement cette claim à
des fins de vote à un montant différent (la «Rule 3018(a) Motion »). Au dépôt d’une telle requête,
le Trustee propose que le Ballot du créancier ne soit pas compté à moins qu’il ne soit admis
temporairement par une ordonnance de la Bankruptcy Court prononcée avant ou au même moment
qu’une ordonnance confirmant le Plan. Le Trustee propose que toutes les Rule 3018(a) Motions
soient déposées au plus tard le dixième (10e) jour civil précédant la Voting Deadline.
Chaque créancier donnant un vote d’acceptation ou de rejet du Plan est réputé avoir voté
le plein montant de sa claim à cet égard.
H. DISTRIBUTIONS AUX DÉTENTEURS DE DERAILMENT CLAIMS ADMISES
Les détenteurs de Derailment Wrongful Death Claims in Class 12 recevront des parts d’un intérêt
bénéficiaire dans le WD Trust. Toutes les Claims in Class 12 contre les Released Parties 2 seront
acheminées dans le WD Trust où elles seront satisfaites à partir de certains produits nets des
Settlement Agreements conformément au Plan, au WD Trust Agreement et aux Wrongful Death
Claim Resolution Procedures. Se fondant sur le montant actuel du Settlement Funds, le Trustee est
d’avis que le WD Trust disposera d’une somme totale de plus de 111 millions de dollars canadiens
à distribuer aux Holders of the Derailment Wrongful Death Claims qui ont déposé à temps des
Proofs of Claim et la documentation justificative requise ou qui sont réputés l’avoir fait. En
échange d’une part des intérêts dans le WD Trust, toutes les Claims que les WD Trust
Beneficiaries peuvent détenir contre l’une quelconque ou l’ensemble des Released Parties
seront libérées, et les WD Trust Beneficiaries seront à tout jamais forclos de faire valoir ces
Claims contre les Released Parties.
Les distributions en vertu du Plan en ce qui concerne toutes les autres Derailment Claims sont
déterminées par leur traitement en vertu du CCAA (Canadian) Plan. 3 L’article 4.2 du CCAA Plan
2
La liste courante des Released Parties en vertu des Settlement Agreements apparaît à la Schedule A du présent
Notice.
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Les expressions comportant une majuscule initiale mais qui ne sont pas définies par ailleurs dans cette section auront
la signification qui leur est attribuée dans le CCAA Plan.
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prévoit que les créanciers auront droit à certaines distributions sur leurs claims de la manière
suivante :
Distribution globale à partir des Funds for
Distribution
24,1 % (distribution au WD Trust)
10,4 %
9,0 %
4,1 %
52,4 % 4
0%
0%
Catégorie de Claims
Wrongful Death Claims
Bodily Injury and Moral Damages Claims
Property and Economic Damages Claims
Subrogated Insurer Claims
Government Claims
Indemnity Claims
Non-Derailment Claims
En outre, en vertu de l’article 4.3 du CCAA Plan, avec l’accord de la Province de Québec
et du Gouvernement fédéral canadien (Développement économique du Canada, Région Québec),
tous les montants payables aux termes du CCAA Plan (a) à la Province de Québec à partir du XL
Indemnity Payment (comme défini dans le CCAA Plan) et (b) au Gouvernement fédéral canadien
(Développement économique du Canada, Région Québec) (collectivement les «Reallocated
Dividends») seront distribués de la manière suivante :
Distribution globale à partir des
Reallocated Dividends
55,3 % (distribution au WD Trust)
26,7 %
20,0 %
Catégorie de Claims
Wrongful Death Claims
Bodily Injury and Moral Damages Claims
Property and Economic Damages Claims
Comme indiqué à l’article 7.1 du CCAA Plan, les Settlement Funds, à l’exclusion du XL
Indemnity Payment, feront l’objet de charges administratives en faveur des Canadian Professionals
et ils constitueront un fonds spécial en faveur des U.S. Professionals afin de garantir le paiement
des honoraires, déboursés et autres sommes dues ou payables au titre des services rendus en liaison
avec le CCAA Case et le Chapter 11 Case, à concurrence d’un maximum de 20 millions de dollars
canadiens sur la base des contributions existantes au Indemnity Fund.
Une fois le CCAA Plan approuvé, les Settling Parties devront verser leurs parts respectives
des Settlement Funds en conformité avec leurs propres Settlement Agreements et en tout état de
cause au plus tard trente (30) jours après que les Settling Parties auront reçu un avis du Monitor et
du Trustee certifiant que le CCAA Approval Order, le Class Action Order (tel que défini dans le
CCAA Plan) et le Confirmation Order sont devenus Final Orders, et, une fois tous les fonds versés,
le Monitor fera des distributions aux créanciers dans un délai de quarante-cinq (45) jours après le
Plan Implementation Date (tel que défini dans le CCAA Plan).
Le 9 juin 2015, les créanciers ayant le droit de voter sur le Amended CCAA Plan ont voté
d’accepter le Amended CCAA Plan à l’unanimité. Le 17 juin 2015, le CCAA Court a tenu une
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Une partie (environ 18,3 millions de dollars canadiens) des distributions sur les Government Claims sont sujettes à
réaffectation en vertu de l’article 4.3 du CCAA Plan en faveur des détenteurs de Wrongful Death Claims (53,3 %), de
Bodily Injury and Moral Damages Claims (26,7 %) ainsi que de Property and Economic Damages Claims (20,0 %).
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audience pour considérer la sanction (confirmation) du Amended CCAA Plan. Ceci est en
délibérer. Assumant que la sanction de CCAA Plan sera prononcée, l’implémentation du
Amended CCAA Plan dépendra, entre autres choses, de la confirmation du Plan.
I. Reconnaissance du CCAA Plan Sanction Order sous le Chapter 15 du
Bankruptcy Code
En vertu des Settlement Agreements, le Monitor du CCAA (Canadian) Case s’efforcera
également de faire exécuter la sanction order relative au CCAA Plan par le biais du dépôt d’un
chapter 15 case pour MMA Canada auprès de la Bankruptcy Court et de la demande d’une
ordonnance afin de faire exécuter la CCAA Plan sanction order en vertu du chapter 15. Le Trustee
comprend que le dépôt d’une requête pour reconnaissance sous chapitre 15 pour MMA Canada
par le Monitor, avec les plaidoiries reliées, est imminent.
J. MATRICES DE DISTRIBUTION POUR CERTAINES DERAILMENT CLAIMS
1. Distributions aux Holders of Allowed Derailment Wrongful Death Claims
En vertu du Plan et du CCAA Plan, les détenteurs individuels d’Allowed Derailment
Wrongful Death Claims recevront des distributions conformément à une matrice de facteurs
apparaissant à la Schedule B du présent Notice. Les distributions aux détenteurs individuels
d’Allowed DerailmentWrongful Death Claims dépendront de ces facteurs et du montant final du
Indemnity Fund.
2.
Distributions aux Holders of Allowed Derailment Moral Damages and
Personal Injury Claims
En vertu du Plan et du CCAA Plan, les détenteurs individuels de Allowed Derailment
Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claims recevront des distributions conformément à une
matrice de facteurs apparaissant à la Schedule C du présent Notice. Les distributions aux détenteurs
de Allowed Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claims dépendront de ces facteurs et
du montant final du Indemnity Fund.
K. AUTRES DERAILEMENT CLAIMS
1.
Property and Economic Damages Claims
En vertu du Plan et du CCAA Plan, les détenteurs de Allowed Derailment Property
Damages Claims recevront des distributions depuis, au total, 9 % des Funds for Distribution et 20
% des Reallocated Dividends, pour distribution conformément à la Schedule D du présent Notice.
2.
Property Subrogated Insurance Claims
En vertu du Plan et du CCAA Plan, les détenteurs de Allowed Derailment Property
Subrogated Insurance Claims admises recevront des distributions depuis, au total, 4,1 % des Funds
for Distribution sur une base proportionnelle parmi les autres détenteurs de Allowed Derailment
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Property Subrogated Insurance Claims.
3.
Government Claims
En vertu du Plan et du CCAA Plan, les détenteurs de Allowed Derailment Government
Claims admises recevront des distributions depuis, au total, 52,4 % des Funds for Distribution sur
une base proportionnelle parmi les autres détenteurs de Allowed Derailment Government Claims,
de la manière suivante :
(a) Province de Québec : 89,9% des Government Claims :
(b) Ville de Lac-Mégantic : 4,4 % des Government Claims;
(c) Gouvernement fédéral du Canada : 4,6 % des Government Claims; et
(d) Commission de la Santé et de la Sécurité au Travail: 1,1 % des Government
Claims.
L. WD TRUST
Signature du WD Trust Agreement
À ou avant la Effective Date, le Trustee ou le Estate Representative, au nom de la Debtor,
et le WD Trustee, au nom des WD Trust Beneficiaries et des Holders of Allowed Class 12 Claims,
devront signer le WD Trust Agreement et devront prendre toutes les autres mesures nécessaires en
vue de la constitution de la fiducie WD Trust.
But de la fiducie WD Trust
La fiducie WD Trust sera constituée à la seule fin de la mise en application du Plan au nom
et au bénéfice des WD Trust Beneficiaries et des Holders of Allowed Class 12 Claims, et pour
servir de mécanisme de liquidation, de conversion en Cash (espèces) et de distribution des WD
Trust Assets au bénéfice des WD Trust Beneficiaries et des Holders of Allowed Class 12 Claims,
sans objectif de poursuivre ou de se livrer à la conduite d’un commerce ou d’une activité, sauf
dans la mesure raisonnablement nécessaire à des fins de liquidation du WD Trust et conformément
à ces fins. Le WD Trust est constitué et établi en tant que trust (fiducie) et, aux termes de cette
constitution, le WD Trustee, sous réserve des modalités et conditions prévues dans le WD Trust
Agreement et dans le Plan, doit détenir les actifs du WD Trust et les aliéner conformément au WD
Trust Agreement et au Plan, conformément à la Treasury Regulation section 301.7701-4(d).
Assets du WD Trust
Dès que possible après la Effective Date, le Monitor devra payer au Trustee (ou au Estate
Representative) ou suivant les instructions du Trustee (ou du Estate Representative), directement
au WD Trust, les Initial WD Trust Assets et tout Additional WD Trust Assets ou tous autres fonds
désignés pour distribution aux Holders of Class 12 Claims et détenus par le Monitor. Le WD Trust
se composera : (i) des Initial WD Trust Assets que l’Estate Representative devra livrer, transférer,
céder ou faire en sorte qu’ils soient livrés, transférés ou cédés, le cas échéant, au WD Trust, (b)
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des Additional WD Trust Assets que, après la Confirmation Date et dès que raisonnablement
possible après leur réception, le Estate Representative devra livrer ou faire en sorte qu’ils soient
livrés au WD Trust, et (c) de tout actif supplémentaire versé au WD Trust en conformité avec le
Plan, y compris depuis la liquidation ou la monétisation des Settlement Non-Cash Assets. Tous les
Assets détenus par le WD Trust constitueront le produit de Claims pour dommages compensatoires
seulement, versé aux WD Trust Beneficiaries en vertu du jugement et/ou de l’ordonnance d’un
tribunal compétent.
Gouvernance du WD Trust
Le WD Trust sera administré par le WD Trustee. Le WD Trustee initial sera sélectionné
par le Trustee, après consultation avec conseil américain pour les Holders of Derailment Wrongful
Death Claims. Les nominations subséquentes du ou des WD Trustee(s) devront être faites en
conformité avec les dispositions du WD Trust Agreement et du Plan. Les décisions sur tous les
points reliés au WD Trust devront être prises par le WD Trustee, sous réserve des modalités du
WD Trust Agreement. Le WD Trust Agreement régira la destitution de tout WD Trustee et la
nomination de tout WD Trustee en remplacement. Le WD Trust Agreement précise que le WD
Trustee doit être un résident des États-Unis. Le WD Trustee sera cautionné pour tel montant que
le Trustee ou U.S. Trustee pourra raisonnablement demander ou, dans le cas d’un différend, tel
que décidé par le Bankruptcy Court.
Rôle du WD Trustee
Dans l’accomplissement et le prolongement du but du WD Trust et du Plan, le WD Trustee
aura, sous réserve des conditions du Plan et du WD Trust Agreement, (a) le pouvoir et l’autorité
de détenir, de gérer, de vendre et de distribuer les WD Trust Assets comme ils sont mentionnés
aux présentes et dans le WD Trust Agreement, (b) le pouvoir et l’autorité de détenir, de gérer, de
vendre et de distribuer les espèces obtenues par l’exercice de ses pouvoirs et autorité, (c) le pouvoir
et l’autorité exclusifs de faire objection à l’admission d’une Class 12 Claim ou d’en rechercher le
rejet ou le compromis et (d) le pouvoir et l’autorité d’accomplir les autres tâches prévues dans le
WD Trust Agreement. Le WD Trustee sera responsable de l’ensemble des décisions et des devoirs
à l’égard du WD Trust et des WD Trust Assets, sous réserve des conditions du Plan et du WD
Trust Agreement. Sous réserve des dispositions du WD Trust Agreement, le WD Trustee devra,
dans toutes les circonstances, agir dans l’accomplissement du but du WD Trust, et il devra
entreprendre des efforts commercialement raisonnables pour aliéner les WD Trust Assets,
effectuer des distributions ponctuelles et ne pas prolonger indûment la durée du WD Trust. À cet
égard, le WD Trustee devra effectuer les distributions en stricte conformité avec les Wrongful
Death Claim Resolution Procedures, à moins qu’un Final Order de la Bankruptcy Court ou de la
District Court (conformément à l’article 5.14 du Plan) ne permette de s’en écarter.
Investissements
Les investissements de tous les actifs, y compris les sommes d’argent, détenus dans le WD
Trust devront être gérés, sous réserve des limitations et des dispositions prévues à l’article 5.8 du
Plan, compte tenu de la manière dont des personnes faisant montre d’une prudence, d’une
discrétion et d’un jugement raisonnables agiraient dans la gestion de leurs propres affaires, et
sachant que le but recherché est que les distributions par le WD Trust aux WD Trust Beneficiaries,
lesquelles auront pour effet de liquider le WD Trust et d’y mettre fin, débutent immédiatement ou
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dès que possible après la Effective Date du Plan et soient terminées peu de temps après. Le WD
Trustee devra investir et réinvestir le capital et les revenus du WD Trust et garder les fonds du WD
Trust investis dans des comptes portant intérêt auprès d’un établissement de dépôt approuvé devant
être choisi à même la U.S. Trustee’s List of Authorized Depositories for Bankruptcy Cases filed
in Region One, dated May 18, 2015. Chaque compte devra être traité comme un fonds individuel,
sans distinction entre le capital et les revenus. Aux fins du présent paragraphe, l’expression «
compte portant intérêt » peut comprendre un fonds monétaire dont les objectifs sont des revenus
courants compatibles avec la liquidité et de faibles risques, le maintien d’un portefeuille
d’instruments du marché monétaire à court terme de grande qualité et le maintien d’une valeur
liquidative constante d’un dollar par action, dans la mesure où le WD Trustee vient à la conclusion
que ce fonds est compatible avec les dispositions d’investissements prévues dans la Internal
Revenue Service Revenue Procedure 94-45 ou toute ligne directrice de remplacement émise par
l’Internal Revenue Service. Tous les investissements devront être effectués de manière à assurer à
tout moment une liquidité suffisante pour satisfaire les besoins d’espèces prévus du WD Trust
comme ils sont indiqués aux présentes. Dans l’investissement, le réinvestissement, l’échange, la
vente et la gestion des comptes du WD Trust, le WD Trustee devra s’acquitter de ses devoirs à
l’égard desdits comptes uniquement dans l’intérêt de l’accomplissement des buts et des objectifs
du WD Trust. Nonobstant ce qui précède, le WD Trustee devra entreprendre des efforts continus
pour effectuer des distributions ponctuelles et ne pas prolonger indûment la durée du WD Trust,
en conformité avec les limitations prévues dans la Internal Revenue Service Revenue Procedure
94-45 ou toute ligne directrice de remplacement applicable.
Honoraires, coûts et dépenses du WD Trust
(a)
Le WD Trustee devra payer, depuis les WD Trust Assets, (i) l’ensemble des
dépenses WD Trust Expenses; (ii) des taxes imposées sur le WD Trust (iii) toutes les obligations
ou autres responsabilités encourues ou assumées par le WD Trust (y compris, mais sans s’y limiter,
les réserves constituées par le WD Trust); (iv) toutes les dépenses raisonnablement nécessaires
pour satisfaire les responsabilités éventuelles et pour maintenir la valeur des WD Trust Assets
durant la liquidation; et (v) toutes les dépenses raisonnablement nécessaires pour satisfaire toute
autre obligation du WD Trust de la manière prévue dans le Plan, la Confirmation Order ou le WD
Trust Agreement.
(b)
Le WD Trustee aura droit à une rémunération raisonnable d’un montant
compatible avec celui de fonctionnaires similaires agissant dans des types similaires de procédures,
et recevra un remboursement, depuis les WD Trust Assets, au titre de ses dépenses raisonnables,
y compris les frais de déplacement, raisonnablement exigés et engagés dans l’exécution de ses
tâches, dans chaque cas sous réserve des modalités et conditions du Plan et du WD Trust
Agreement Trust.
(c)
Le WD Trustee pourra retenir les services de cabinets d’avocats ou
d’avocats, d’experts, de conseillers, de consultants, d’enquêteurs, d’évaluateurs, d’encanteurs, de
services de gestion ou d’autres personnes ou cabinets professionnels que le WD Trustee jugera, à
son entière discrétion, nécessaires, désirables ou appropriés pour faciliter la prestation de ses
tâches, sans besoin d’ordonnance ou d’avis ultérieur. Le WD Trustee pourra payer ou affecter les
fonds nécessaires depuis les WD Trust Assets pour payer les professionnels au titre des services
rendus et des frais engagés après la Effective Date sans qu’il ne soit nécessaire de déposer des
demandes de frais en vertu du Bankruptcy Code ou de solliciter l’approbation de quelque tribunal
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que ce soit, sous réserve des dispositions de l’article 5.10 du Plan.
Distribution des WD Trust Assets
Le WD Trustee devra distribuer le produit des WD Trust Assets en stricte conformité avec
le Plan, le Confirmation Order, le WD Trust Agreement et les Wrongful Death Claim Resolution
Procedures, à moins que la Bankruptcy Court ou le District Court ne permette de s’en écarter par
le biais d’un Final Order. En lien avec ces distributions, et sauf de la manière prévue ci-après à
l’article 5.10 du Plan, le Trustee, la Post-Effective Date Estate et le Estate Representative n’auront
aucune responsabilité au titre de (a) la création, l’existence, l’exploitation ou l’administration du
WD Trust; (b) tout acte ou omission du WD Trustee dans l’administration du WD Trust; (c) toute
obligation de remboursement et de déclaration en vertu des lois ou des règlements applicables; ou
(d) tout paiement ou non-paiement de Claims. Le WD Trust devra indemniser et tenir indemne le
Trustee, la Post-Effective Date Estate et l’Estate Representative (mais avec recours dans toutes les
circonstances limité uniquement aux actifs du WD Trust, et sans recours au WD Trustee
personnellement ou à tout WD Trust Beneficiaries) contre l’ensemble des réclamations, pertes,
motifs d’action, mises en demeure, responsabilités, dépenses, frais, y compris, mais sans s’y
limiter, les honoraires d’avocats et les frais de toute nature qui découlent ou relèvent (a) de la
création, de l’existence, de l’exploitation ou de l’administration du WD Trust; (b) de tout acte ou
omission du WD Trustee dans l’administration du WD Trust; (c) de toute obligation de
remboursement ou de déclaration en vertu des lois ou règlements applicables; ou (d) de tout
paiement ou non-paiement par le WD Trust à tout WD Trust Beneficiary. Avant d’effectuer toute
distribution depuis le WD Trust, le WD Trust devra retenir des fonds suffisants pour couvrir les
honoraires, les coûts et les dépenses du WD Trust.
Après avoir donné au WD Trust Beneficiary un préavis de quinze (15) jours l’informant de son
intention de procéder à la distribution, le WD Trustee en faisant toute distribution au Holder d’une
Derailment Wrongful Death Claim, peut payer à tout avocat ou conseiller légal d’un tel Holder,
tout honoraire dû audit avocat ou conseiller légal, incluant, sans s’y limiter, tout honoraire
conditionnel dû audit avocat ou conseiller légal; distributions à tout WD Trust Beneficiary qui est
représenté par un avocat tel qu’établi par preuve documentaire satisfaisante au WD Trustee sera
faite séparément aux avocats (pour frais) et au WD Trust Beneficiary (pour la distribution nette)
sauf si le WD Trust Beneficiary indique au WD Trustee par écrit d’émettre tel paiement
conjointement au WD Trust Beneficiary et à l’avocat (ou le cabinet) ou d’y livrer tel paiement à
tel avocat (ou cabinet), pour distribution plus tard du montant net à ce client du WD Trust
Beneficiary par tel avocat ou cabinet. Si un WD Trust Beneficiary n’est pas représenté par un
avocat, toute distribution sera faite directement au WD Trust Beneficiary. Nonobstant toute
stipulation contraire dans ce qui précède, il est en outre prévu, cependant, que :
(i)
Aucun paiement ou distribution de quelque sorte ne soit fait à quelque avocat ou
conseiller légal supposé représenter le Holder d’une Derailment Wrongflul
Death Claim à moins que cet avocat ou conseiller légal ne présente au WD
Trustee une lettre de mandat dûment signée ou tout autre document donnant droit
à de tels honoraires ou distribution, incluant les honoraires conditionnels (une
« Derailment Wrongful Death Client Engagement Letter »), à la condition que,
pour éviter tout doute, le Representation Order fourni par la Cour Supérieure du
Québec le ou vers le 4 avril 2014 dans le CCAA Case (le « Representation
Order ») avec toute autre ordonnance évaluant les frais d’avocat en vertu de
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celui, constitue aussi un Derailment Wrongful Death Client Engagement Letter ;
et
(ii)
Aucun paiement ou distribution ne peut être fait par le WD Trustee si : (i) la
Derailment Wrongful Death Client Engagment Letter a été reconnue comme
étant non valide ou inopérante par le biais d’une ordonnance finale ou d’un
jugement rendu dans toute procédure (incluant une procédure administrative)
intentée par une partie détenant un intérêt (tel que défini ci-après) lui permettant
de contester le droit d’un tel avocat ou conseiller légal à des honoraires devant
tout tribunal, tribunal administratif ou autre instance ayant juridiction sur de
telles ententes, aux États-Unis ou au Canada (collectivement, une
« Proceeding »), par laquelle la validité ou la mise en œuvre de la Derailment
Wrongful Death Client Engagement Letter est contestée; ou (ii) toute Proceeding
est en cours d’instance en vertu de laquelle la validité ou la mise en œuvre de la
Derailment Wrongful Death Client Engagement Letter est contestée, à moins que
ou jusqu’à ce qu’une telle Proceeding soit réglée par le biais d’une ordonnance
finale ou d’un jugement en faveur de l’avocat ou du conseiller légal impliqué,
auquel moment la distribution audit avocat ou conseiller légal doit être limitée
par les termes d’une telle ordonnance finale ou d’un tel jugement rendu dans le
cadre de ladite Proceeding, dans la mesure où ladite ordonnance ou ledit
jugement comprend de telles limites.
Pour les fins du sous-paragraphe (ii) ci-haut, « partie détenant un intérêt » est limitée à (x) le Holder
of a Derailment Wrongful Death Claim individuel en sa qualité de client ou de client allégué (ou,
dans le cas d’un mineur, le parent ou gardien d’un tel client ou client allégué), ou (y) toute entité
affiliée à un barreau ou entité gouvernementale qui règlemente la pratique du droit et qui bénéficie
d’un tel statut par le biais d’une loi ou règlement. Ni le Class Counsel ni le U.S. Counsel (tels que
définis ci-après), ne sera une « partie détenant un intérêt » pour les fins de cette section et ce, que
cet avocat détienne une procuration ou un document similaire pour un tel client, et, similairement,
Creditors Committee et ses avocats ne seront pas une « partie détenant un intérêt » en vertu de
cette disposition. Les Holders de Derailment Wrongful Death Claims impliqués dans une
Proceeding devront recevoir la portion non contestée de leurs distributions en vertu de leur
Derailment Wrongful Death Claim au même moment et de la même façon que les Holders d’autres
Derailment Wrongful Death Claims non impliqués dans une Proceeding.
À la seule fin de déterminer tout honoraire conditionnel dû, toutes Distributions à un WD Trust
Beneficiary constituera et sera considérée une Distribution par et pour les Derailment Wrongful
Death Claims, le cas échéant, au représentant de la succession du descendant en vertu duquel le
WD Trust Beneficiary recevra paiement en vertu du Wrongful Death Claims Resolution
Procedures, et sujet à toute disposition à l’effet contraire contenue dans toute convention
d’engagement applicable ou tout autre document qui est acceptable au WD Trustee, l’avocat
agissant pour le représentant d’une telle succession du descendant aura droit au paiement basé sur
le paiement global aux WD Trust Beneficiaries qui prennent ou sont réputés par le présent
paragraphe le prendre par le biais d’une telle succession; à la condition toutefois que l’application
de ce paragraphe soit sujette aux sous-paragraphes (i) et (ii) ci-haut et ne résulte pas par le paiement
par tout WD Trust Beneficiary d’un honoraire, conditionnel ou autre, à plus d’un avocat ou cabinet;
et le montant de tout honoraire conditionnel payable en raison d’une succession (et la prise de
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celui-ci par le WD Trust Beneficiary par le biais d’une succession) aux avocats américains aux
Holders of Derailment Wrongful Death Claims (« U.S. Counsel ») sera calculé, dans un premier
temps, en excluant toute distribution (frais inclus) payable aux Holders of Derailment Wrongful
Death Claims représentés exclusivement par des avocats nommés en fonction du Representation
Order (les « Class Representatives ») et les avocats y nommés (« Class Counsel ») pendant devant
la Cour Supérieure du Québec, et aucun autre honoraire conditionnel ou autre ne sera payable sur
telles distributions. Pour les fins de cette section, un Holder of a Derailment Wrongful Death
Claim sera réputé être représenté exclusivement par les Class Representatives et Class Counsel
seulement si tel Holder (i) n’a pas livré un avis d’exclusion (opt-out) de représentation selon le
Representation Order; (ii) n’a pas signé un engagement, convention, convention d’engagement,
procuration ou autre document similaire spécifiant les termes de représentation avec U.S. Counsel;
et (iii) n’a pas déposé une preuve de réclamation dans le Chapter 11 Case, avant le Claims Bar
Date, que désigne U.S. Counsel (y compris les conseillers juridiques locaux à Bangor, Maine)
comme conseil juridique pour tel Holder. Pour les fins de cette section, une telle preuve de
réclamation pourra constituer un Derailment Wrongful Death Client Engagement Letter, sous
réserve des termes d’engagement nécessaires établis par preuve satisfaisante selon le WD Trustee.
Tout différend découlant de la section 5.10 du Plan, incluant toute objection de toute personne ou
partie à une détermination par le WD Trustee concernant la représentation juridique ou le paiement
des honoraires (collectivement, « Representation Disputes ») sera déterminé exclusivement par
une révision de novo devant le Bankruptcy Court, sous réserve toutefois du sous-paragraphe (ii)
ci-haut dans cette section.
Résolution de privilèges (Liens).
Avant de verser tout WD Trust Assets à un WD Trust Beneficiary, le WD Trustee devra
s’assurer que tout Liens dont le WD Trustee a été avisé et qui peut grever une telle distribution a
été résolu ou satisfait par ailleurs. À cette fin, le WD Trustee devra donner avis de l’existence d’un
tel Lien ou de tels Liens au WD Trust Beneficiary et, le cas échéant, à son avocat, et il incombera
au WD Trust Beneficiary (ou à son avocat) de résoudre ce ou ces Lien(s) contre la distribution
prévue des WD Trust Assets au WD Trust Beneficiary dans un délai de 120 jours depuis l’avis de
la part du WD Trustee. Si le Lien n’a pas été réglé ou résolu par ailleurs dans ce délai de 120 jours,
le WD Trustee pourra, avec le consentement du WD Trust Beneficiary, retenir un cabinet
possédant de l’expérience dans la résolution de privilèges (liens) pour satisfaire les obligations du
WD Trust Beneficiary comme elles sont représentées par le ou les Lien(s). Tout paiement effectué
pour résoudre ce ou ces Lien(s), concurremment avec les honoraires versés audit cabinet, devra
être déduit de la distribution, au WD Trust Beneficiary, des WD Trust Assets avant le versement
du solde. Sous réserve des dispositions susvisées de l’article 5.11 du Plan, toute distribution au
bénéfice des WD Trust Beneficiaries devra être libre et exempte de tout lien, privilège, sûreté ou
charge.
Moment des WD Trust Distributions.
Sous réserve des Wrongful Death Claim Resolution Procedures, le WD Trustee jouira
d’une entière discrétion pour déterminer le moment des distributions du produit du WD Trust de
la manière la plus efficace et rentable possible; cependant, la discrétion du WD Trustee devra être
exercée d’une manière compatible avec les exigences explicites du Plan, les Wrongful Death
Claim Resolution Procedures et les exigences d’imposition en tant que fiducie constituante en
vertu des directives et décisions applicables de l’Internal Revenue Service ou autres autorités
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responsables. En l’absence de motif, le WD Trustee fera de son mieux pour effectuer des
distributions le plus rapidement et efficacement possible, sous réserve uniquement de retards
requis par l’article 5.14 du Plan et de toutes ordonnances émises par la District Court en vertu de
l’article 5.14 du Plan.
Traitement fiscal du WD Trust
(a)
WD Trust Assets traités comme appartenant à certains créanciers. À
toutes les fins associées aux United State federal income tax, toutes les parties (y compris le Estate
Representative, le WD Trustee, les WD Trust Beneficiaries et les Holders of Allowed Class 12
Claims) devront traiter le transfert des WD Trust Assets au WD Trust comme (i) un transfert des
WD Trust Assets (sous réserve de toute obligation liée à ces actifs) directement aux WD Trust
Beneficiaries et aux Holders of Allowed Class 12 Claims, suivi par (ii) un transfert par ces WD
Trust Beneficiaries et de ces Holders of Allowed Class 12 Claims desdits WD Trust Assets au WD
Trust en échange d’intérêts bénéficiaires dans le WD Trust. Par conséquent, les WD Trust
Beneficiaries et les Holders of Allowed Class 12 Claims devront être traités aux fins de la federal
income tax (et, dans la mesure permise, aux fins des state and local income tax) comme étant les
constituants et les propriétaires de leurs parts respectives des WD Trust Assets, le cas échéant, ou
à une réserve de Disputed Claims telle que décrite à l’article 7.20 du Plan). Tous les WD Trust
Assets devront être traités uniquement comme des dommages compensatoires.
(b)
Exemption des Transfer Taxes. Aux termes de la section 1146(a) du
Bankruptcy Code, la conclusion ou la cession d’un contrat de location ou de sous-location, ou la
conclusion d’un acte de transfert par le Trustee, l’Estate, la Post-Effective Date Estate ou le Estate
Representative au WD Trust ou à toute autre Person ou tout gouvernement, organisme
gouvernemental, ou subdivision, département ou autre branche de celui-ci, en vertu du Plan ne
sera sujette à aucun droit d’enregistrement de document, droit de timbre, frais de cession, taxe sur
les droits incorporels ou similaires, taxe hypothécaire, loi de timbre, taxe de transfert immobilier,
taxe d’enregistrement d’hypothèque ou autre taxe ou cotisation gouvernementale similaire, et la
Confirmation Order devra ordonner aux fonctionnaires ou agents du gouvernement d’État ou local
approprié de renoncer à la perception de ces taxes ou cotisations gouvernementales et d’accepter
le dépôt et l’enregistrement de l’un quelconque des actes ou autres documents susvisés sans
paiement de ces taxes ou cotisations gouvernementales. Sans limiter ce qui précède, l’émission, le
transfert ou l’échange d’une valeur mobilière, ou la conclusion ou remise d’un acte de transfert en
vertu du Plan sera exempt de l’imposition et du paiement de toutes « transfer taxes » (y compris,
mais sans s’y limiter, tous les droits de timbre ou taxes similaires et tous intérêts, pénalités et
surtaxes qui peuvent être payables en liaison avec l’exécution du Plan) en vertu des sections
1146(a), 505(a), 106 et 1141 du Bankruptcy Code.
(c)
Déclarations fiscales. Le WD Trustee devra déposer des déclarations pour
le WD Trust en tant que « grantor trust » en vertu du Treasury Regulation section 1.671-4(a) et
conformément à l’article 5.13 du Plan. Le WD Trustee devra également faire parvenir, chaque
année, à chaque détenteur enregistré d’un intérêt bénéficiaire un état distinct indiquant la part
d’éléments de revenu, gain, perte, déduction ou crédit de ce détenteur, et il devra donner
instructions à tous ces détenteurs de déclarer ces éléments sur leurs déclarations fédérales d’impôts
sur le revenu ou transmettre les informations appropriées aux détenteurs bénéficiaires avec
instructions de déclarer ces éléments sur leurs déclarations fédérales d’impôts sur le revenu. Le
WD Trustee devra également déposer (ou faire en sorte que soient déposés) tous autres états,
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déclarations ou divulgations en lien avec le WD Trust qui sont exigés par une quelconque
Governmental Unit. Le revenu imposable ou le déficit du WD Trust devra être réparti
proportionnellement sur la base du total des Allowed Claims des WD Trust Beneficiaries à la fin
de l’exercice financier. Dès que possible après la Effective Date, le WD Trustee devra procéder à
une évaluation de bonne foi des WD Trust Assets. Cette évaluation devra être mise à disposition
de temps à autre, dans la mesure pertinente, et utilisée de manière uniforme par toutes les parties
(y compris le Estate Representative, le WD Trustee, les WD Trust Beneficiaries et les Holders of
Allowed Class 12 Claims) à toutes les fins des state et federal income tax. Le WD Trustee devra
également déposer (ou faire en sorte que soient déposés) tous autres états, déclarations ou
divulgations en liaison avec le WD Trust qui sont exigés par une quelconque Governmental Unit.
Le WD Trustee peut demander une détermination accélérée des impôts du WD Trust en vertu de
la section 505 du Bankruptcy Code pour l’ensemble des déclarations déposées pour ou au nom du
WD Trust pour l’ensemble des périodes d’imposition jusqu’à la cessation du WD Trust.
(d)
Retenues fiscales à la source et déclarations en liaison avec les activités
du WD Trust. Les WD Trust Assets, étant des dommages compensatoires pour les Derailment
Wrongful Death Claims, ne sont pas sujets aux retenues à la source, et le WD Trustee n’est tenu
de retenir à la source aucun impôt ou autre montant depuis les distributions aux WD Trust
Beneficiaries. La Confirmation Order devra exonérer le WD Trustee de tout devoir ou
responsabilité de retenues à la source. Dans la mesure où les activités du WD Trust ou la liquidation
des WD Trust Assets créent une responsabilité fiscale imposée au WD Trust, le WD Trust devra
payer ponctuellement cette responsabilité fiscale, et un tel paiement sera considéré comme étant
un coût et une dépense de l’exploitation du WD Trust payable sans ordonnance de la Bankruptcy
Court.
Résolution des Claims de mineurs en conformité avec le WD Trust.
En ce qui a trait à toute Allowed Class 12 Claims dont le détenteur est un mineur, le WD
Trustee devra aviser le parent, le tuteur, le tuteur à l’instance, le conjoint adulte, l’ami le plus
proche ou autre représentant du mineur de la distribution proposée à ce mineur. Ce parent, tuteur,
tuteur à l’instance, conjoint adulte, ami le plus proche ou autre représentant du mineur devra
déposer une requête pour l’approbation de la répartition dans les quatre-vingt-dix (90) jours de sa
notification de la distribution proposée par le WD Trustee.
Dans l’hypothèse où le parent, tuteur, tuteur à l’instance, conjoint adulte, ami le plus proche
ou autre représentant du mineur ne présenterait pas une telle requête d’approbation de la répartition
dans ce délai de quatre-ving-dix (90) jours de sa notification de la distribution proposée par le WD
Trustee, le WD Trustee devra soumettre la distribution proposée au détenteur à l’approbation du
District Court conformément à la section 1605 du 14 M.R.S.A. et demander audit District Court
de tenir une audience sur la requête; le requérant et le Allowed Class 12 Claim Holder peuvent
assister à une telle audience. Le WD Trustee devra demander que la District Court détermine si la
distribution proposée est dans l’intérêt supérieur du Allowed Class 12 Claim Holder et, si la
distribution proposée est approuvée, cette détermination sera consignée dans une ordonnance qui
aura l’effet d’un jugement. Une fois la distribution proposée à ce Allowed Class 12 Claim Holder
approuvée, le WD Trustee devra demander que la District Court autorise le paiement à l’avocat du
mineur, le cas échéant, d’honoraires et de déboursés devant être payés depuis la distribution, et
d’ordonner également que le reste de la distribution soit effectué en vue d’une protection optimale
des intérêts du mineur.
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Accès aux informations sur les Claims
Sur demande faite au Estate Representative à la Effective Date ou après cette date par le
WD Trustee, le Estate Representative devra faire parvenir au WD Trustee, sans radiation, les listes
pertinentes des Class 12 Claims ainsi que l’ensemble des Proofs of Claim et de la documentation
justificative pour donner effet au WD Trust et effectuer les distributions aux Holders of Allowed
Class 12 Claims. La Confirmation Order devra comprendre l’ensemble des observations et des
ordres nécessaires pour permettre ou faciliter cette transmission et cet accès, notamment à l’égard
de la confidentialité nécessaire de ces listes et des proofs of claim, sous réserve de toute
ordonnance ultérieure de la Bankruptcy Court. Le WD Trustee devra avoir accès aux Books and
Privileges dans la mesure raisonnablement nécessaire pour s’acquitter des devoirs du WD Trustee
à la condition toutefois que le WD Trustee n’ait pas de contrôle sur et n’ait pas la capacité de
renoncer à tout privilège avocat/client ou immunité de produit de travail ou privilège détenu par la
Debtor ou le Trustee.
Distribution du surplus
Le WD Trustee devra effectuer tous les paiements devant être faits aux Holders of Allowed
Class 12 Claims en vertu du Plan, conformément aux modalités et conditions du WD Trust
Agreement, des Wrongful Death Claim Resolution Procedures et du Plan. Si et seulement si le
WD Trustee a effectué toutes les distributions aux WD Trust Beneficiaries permises en vertu des
Wrongful Death Claim Resolution Procedures, le WD Trustee transfère alors tous WD Trust
Assets excédentaires au Disbursing Agent qui devra alors distribuer aux détenteurs de Allowed
Class 13 Claims leur part proportionnelle des espèces restantes, le cas échéant, du WD Trust
jusqu’à paiement intégral desdites Allowed Class 13 Claims. Le Trustee n’anticipe pas un surplus
du WD Trust Assets à ce moment. Pour éviter tout doute, rien dans cet Agreement, le Plan ou le
CCAA Plan ne limitera les recouvrements disponibles aux victimes du Derailment en dehors du
Plan et de cet Agreement à l’encontre de parties autres que les Released Parties incluant, sans
limitation, en vertu des lois du State of Illinois ou du State of Texas.
A. PROCÉDURES PARTICULIÈRES DE VOTE
Étant donné que les évaluations individuelles de la valeur de certaines Derailment Claims
peuvent varier, une série fixe de valeurs doit être utilisée uniquement en lien avec la détermination
du montant de ces Claims aux fins de vote, et sur la base d’accords précédemment conclus à l’égard
des montants admis globaux de Claims dans des catégories particulières pour les fins de
distributions en vertu du Plan. Ces valeurs fixes s’appliquent à toutes les Derailment, Wrongful
Death et Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claims.
Dans la mesure nécessaire pour déterminer l’issue du vote, chaque Holder of a Derailment
Wrongful Death Claim ou Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claim a droit à un vote
d’un montant en dollars précisé en fonction des points de matrice (les «Matrix Points») attribués à
ladite Derailment Wrongful Death Claim ou Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury
Claim conformément aux Tableaux B et C du Plan (joints aux présentes aux Schedules A et B), et
en fonction de la valeur totale présumée des Claims de chaque catégorie. Aux fins du vote, la
valeur totale des Derailment Wrongful Death Claims est réputée être de 200 millions de dollars, et
la valeur totale des Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claim est réputée être de 100
millions de dollars. La valeur en dollars du vote d’un détenteur individuel correspondra au
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pourcentage des Matrix Points de ce détenteur par rapport aux Matrix Points totaux de chaque
Class multiplié par la valeur totale réputée des Claims de cette Class (200 ou 100 millions de
dollars) selon le cas. Ainsi, si le détenteur d’une Derailment Wrongful Death Claim se voit octroyer
5 % du total des Matrix Points, la valeur en dollars de son vote serait alors de dix millions de
dollars (10 000 000,00 $).
Cette approche, qui ne lie pas un réclamant, le Trustee, le WD Trust ou une autre partie
aux fins autres que le vote, éliminera la nécessité d’effectuer une évaluation individuelle (que ce
soit par estimation ou autrement) concernant les Derailment Wrongful Death Claim et les
Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claim. En outre, dans la mesure où l’avocat du
détenteur d’une Derailment Wrongful Death Claim ou d’une Derailment Moral Damages and
Personal Injury Claim a été autorisé, par écrit, à voter cette Claim, et que l’avocat soumet un Ballot
pour cette Claim conformément aux présentes procédures, ce vote constituera alors un vote valable
et contraignant en ce qui concerne cette Claim.
Les autres Holders of Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claim voteront sur
la base du montant de leur Proof of Claim, si admis aux fins du vote.
B. QUITTANCES ET INJONCTIONS
Vous êtes par les présentes avisés que l’article X du Plan contient les dispositions suivantes de
quittance, de disculpation et d’injonction :
1.
Disculpations et limitation de responsabilité.
À la Effective Date, (a) le Trustee, (b) le Monitor, (c) MMA Canada, et (d) les membres,
représentants, comptables, conseillers financiers, consultants et avocats des entités décrites aux
points (a) à (d) du présent paragraphe n’auront ou n’encourront aucune responsabilité envers
quelque personne que ce soit pour toute action ou omission en lien avec le Chapter 11 Case, y
compris, mais sans s’y limiter : (i) l’élaboration, la préparation, la diffusion, la mise en application,
la confirmation, l’exécution ou l’administration du Plan (y compris la sollicitation d’acceptations
ou de rejets de celui-ci), (ii) le Disclosure Statement ou tout contrat, quittance ou autre accord ou
document conclu ou toute action prise ou omise en lien avec le Plan ou le Disclosure Statement,
ou (iii) toute distribution faite en vertu du Plan, sauf pour tout acte jugé être, par le biais d’un Final
Order, une inconduite volontaire, de la mauvaise foi ou de la négligence grossière.
2.
Préservation des défenses et objections de l’Estate et des droits connexes réservés
à la Debtor, ses successeurs en intérêt, ses créanciers et ses parties prenantes, et absence de
renonciation à ceux-ci.
(a)
Aucune limitation aux défenses, à la compensation ou au droit de
subordination en ce qui concerne les Claims contre l’Estate. Aucune disposition du Plan (autre
que les dispositions des articles 10.5 et 10.6 des présentes), de la Confirmation Order (autre que
les dispositions qui y sont contenues et correspondant aux articles 10.5 et 10.6 des présentes) ou
des Settlement Agreements ne produit une modification, un accroissement, une renonciation ou
une libération ou n’affecte ou n’empêche par ailleurs les défenses, les droits de compensation et/ou
les droits de l’Estate d’imposer la subordination en ce qui concerne toute Claim ou Administrative
Expense Claim de tout type présentée contre l’Estate, comme la loi l’autorise par ailleurs, y
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compris le droit de faire valoir comme défense, compensation ou subordination toute réclamation
qui devrait normalement ou par ailleurs être présentée dans une demande reconventionnelle ou une
action distincte.
(b)
Aucune limitation au droit de faire objection aux Claims ou aux
Administrative Expense Claims. Aucune disposition du Plan (autre que les dispositions des
articles 10.5 et 10.6 des présentes), de la Confirmation Order (autre que les dispositions qui y sont
contenues et correspondant aux articles 10.5 et 10.6 des présentes) ou des Settlement Agreements
ne produit une modification, un accroissement, une renonciation ou une libération ou n’affecte ou
n’exclut par ailleurs le droit et la capacité (i) de l’Estate Representative et tous ses successeurs en
intérêt de s’objecter à toute Claim ou Administrative Expense Claim ou (ii) du WD Trustee et tous
ses successeurs en intérêt de s’objecter à toute Class 12 Claim (collectivement, les «Permitted
Objections »). Les Permitted Objections peuvent comprendre, dans le cadre d’une objection à une
Claim ou une Administrative Expense Claim, une demande de déni ou de rejet de Claim ou
d’Administrative Expense Claim, de réduction de montant par compensation, de reversement de
montants précédemment payés et/ou de subordination en équité, comme la loi l’autorise par
ailleurs, pour tout motif qui aurait pu être présenté par poursuite, procédure contradictoire ou
affaire contestée, sauf du fait (i) des quittances contenues dans les Settlement Agreements; (ii) de
la disculpation prévue à l’article 10.3 du Plan; (iii) des Releases and Injunctions contenues dans le
Plan; et (iv) de la Confirmation Order. En outre, les personnes présentant les Permitted Objections
peuvent utiliser tous les recours et les moyens procéduraux qui leur sont disponibles par ailleurs
en vertu de la loi, y compris, au besoin, une procédure contradictoire (adversary proceeding). Les
Objections to Claims doivent être entendues et tranchées par la Bankruptcy Court.
Aucune disposition du Plan (autre que les dispositions des articles 10.5 et 10.6 des
présentes), de la Confirmation Order (autre que les dispositions qui y sont contenues et
correspondant aux articles 10.5 et 10.6 des présentes) ou des Settlement Agreements ne produit
une modification, un accroissement, une renonciation ou une libération ou n’affecte ou n’exclut
par ailleurs le droit et la capacité du Trustee ou de l’Estate Representative et tous ses successeurs
en intérêt de s’objecter à toute Claim dans le but de déterminer l’admissibilité du détenteur de cette
Claim à voter sur le Plan ou le montant de cette Claim.
3.
Quittances.
(a)
Quittances contenues aux Settlement Agreements; aucune
répercussion sur les droits de faire objection sauf tel qu’expressément prévu aux sections 10.5,
10.8 ou 10.9 du Plan, aucune disposition de l’article 10.5 du Plan ou ailleurs dans le Plan ou la
Confirmation Order n’affecte, ne décharge ou ne limite par ailleurs les droits et les devoirs des
parties aux Settlement Agreements de faire valoir les dispositions des Settlement Agreements ou
de s’y conformer. Les droits et les devoirs des parties en vertu des Settlement Agreements sont
précisés dans les Settlement Agreements et régis par ceux-ci. Les quittances suivantes viennent
s’ajouter et elles sont destinées à compléter toutes les quittances comprises dans les Settlement
Agreements entre les parties à ces Settlement Agreements. Dans l’hypothèse d’une contradiction
entre le Plan ou la Confirmation Order et le ou les Settlement Agreement(s), les modalités du ou
des Settlement Agreement(s) s’appliqueront à l’égard des parties spécifiques à celui-ci/ceux-ci; à
la condition, toutefois, que tous les Settlement Agreements soient assujettis aux Sections 10.5,
10.8 et 10.9 du Plan. Sauf de la manière prévue explicitement dans les Settlement Agreements,
aucune disposition de ce Plan ou des Releases contenues aux présentes n’affecte les droits du
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Trustee ou du Estate Representative de s’objecter à l’admission, au montant, à la priorité ou au
statut garanti des Claims de toute partie recevant une quittance (release) en vertu du Plan de la
manière prévue aux sections 502, 503, 506, 507, 509 ou 510 du Bankruptcy Code, y compris à
l’égard de tout droit de compensation ou de recouvrement, dans la mesure où ces Claims ne sont
pas libérées, déchargées ou satisfaites en vertu d’un Settlement Agreement en vertu du Plan ou
aux termes de la Confirmation Order. Aucune disposition des présentes n’affecte une limitation
quelconque contenue dans un Settlement Agreement à l’égard de la quittance accordée à une
Released Party. Nonobstant la définition de « Claim » prévue à l’article 1.36 du Plan, aux fins de
l’article 10 du Plan, y compris, sans limitation, les quittances et les injonctions, l’expression «
Claim » ou « Claims » signifie, suivant le contexte, les réclamations, motifs d’action, obligations,
droits, privilèges, poursuites, jugements, ordonnances, requêtes de toute nature, incluant pour
révision judiciaire, recours, intérêts, actions, responsabilités, mises en demeure, devoirs,
préjudices, compensation, dommages, dépenses, honoraires et/ou coûts passés, présents et futurs
de quelque type ou nature que ce soit (y compris les honoraires et les déboursés d'avocats), qu’ils
soient prévus ou imprévus, connus ou inconnus, présentés ou non présentés, éventuels ou réels,
liquidés ou non liquidés, que ce soit en responsabilité contractuelle, extracontractuelle, torts ou
autrement, que ce soit en vertu d’une loi, de la common law, droit civil, droit public ou de l’Equity,
nonobstant la théorie juridique, y compris, mais sans s’y limiter, les réclamations pour rupture de
contrat, tort, rupture de l’engagement implicite de bonne foi et de loyauté, perte de soutien, perte
de compagnie, violations des lois ou des règlements, pour indemnité ou contribution pour
dommages soit moraux, matériaux, dommages corporels, punitifs, exemplaires ou
extracontractuels de tout type, peu importe la juridiction (i) de n’importe quelle façon découlant
de, reposant sur ou liés de quelque manière que ce soit, en tout ou en partie, directement ou
indirectement, que ce soit par demande directe, demande reconventionnelle, demande de tiers,
demande en garantie, demande récursoire, demande par subrogation, intervention forcée, demande
de contribution, demande d’indemnité, demande de remboursement, recours collectif ou
autrement, (A) au Derailment, y compris les réclamations présentées ou faites par toute Person
pour « wrongful death, personal injury, emotional distress, loss of support, loss of consortium,
property damage, economic loss, moral damage, material damage and bodily injury ou
environmental damage, remediation ou exposure » ou (B) aux XL Policies, incluant l’émission de
celles-ci, la couverture, le remboursement, ou paiement en vertu de celles-ci et tout acte ou
omission d’un assureur de tout type pour lequel un Holder of a Claim pourrait demander une
réparation en rapport avec celles-ci et/ou (ii) qui constitueraient par ailleurs une claim contre
MMA, MMA Canada ou leurs Estates (A) susceptible d’être prouvée en faillite en vertu de la
Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act, R.S.C. 1985, c.B-3, si MMA Canada avait fait faillite le 6 août
2013 et/ou (B) dans la définition de « claim » prévue à la section 101(5) du Bankruptcy Code. Sans
limiter ce qui précède, l’expression « Claim » ou « Claims » aux fins de l’article 10 du Plan
comprend toutes les Claims des Classes 8, 9, 10, 11 et 12.
(b)
Quittances.
(i)
Quittances par la Debtor et le ou les Estate Representative(s). Sous
réserve à tous égards des dispositions des articles 9.1 et 9.3 du Plan et de l’exécution intégrale
en vertu du ou des Settlement Agreements applicables aux Released Parties particulières, à la
Effective Date, la Debtor, le Trustee, le ou les Estate Representative(s) et l’Estate libéreront
inconditionnellement, et ils sont par les présentes réputés libérer inconditionnellement à tout
jamais, les Released Parties, y compris, sans s’y limiter, les avocats et les conseillers respectifs
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(uniquement à ces titres respectifs) des Released Parties contre l’ensemble des Derailment
Claims, des Causes of Action et toutes autres Claims (y compris toute Claim cédée par les Other
Released Parties au Trustee, MMA Canada ou leur personne désignée en vertu d’un Settlement
Agreement), et (y compris toute Claim ou tout Cause of Action pour contribution, indemnité,
remboursement ou recherchant l’exécution, la saisie, la perception, la contribution ou le
recouvrement de tout jugement, octroi, décret ou ordonnance contre une ou plusieurs des Other
Released Parties ou les biens de l’une ou de plusieurs des Other Released Parties ou
autrement), dettes, obligations, mises en demeure, responsabilités, poursuites, jugements,
dommages, droits, recours et Post-Confirmation Causes of Action, de quelque nature que ce
soit (autres que le droit de faire exécuter les obligations en vertu du Plan, des Settlement
Agreements et des contrats, actes, quittances et autres accords et documents conclus et remis
en vertu de ceux-ci), directs ou indirects, liquidés ou non liquidés, fixes ou éventuels, venus à
échéance ou non, connus ou inconnus, peu importe le moment de leur origine, en droit, en
equity ou autrement, qui sont basés sur, découlent de et/ou sont liés aux événements et/ou aux
circonstances qui sont survenus ou existaient à ou avant la Effective Date en lien quelconque
avec la Debtor, le Derailment, du Chapter 11 Case, du Plan, du Disclosure Statement, de
l’Estate, des XL Policies et des Settlement Agreements; à la condition cependant, et sans limiter
une disposition quelconque du Affiliated Parties Settlement Agreement, y compris toute
disposition qui limite, conditionne ou affecte toute quittance ou injonction en faveur des
Affiliated Released Parties, la présente quittance ne s’appliquera pas, et elle ne sera pas
interprétée comme s’appliquant, à une Claim présentée ou qui pourrait être présentée dans le
futur par le Trustee, l’Estate Representative ou MMA Canada contre l’une quelconque des
Affiliated Released Parties dans la mesure où il y a, ou il peut y avoir, une couverture pour ces
claims en vertu de la police Great American Policy, et la cession de droits en vertu de cette
police en faveur de l’Estate, du Trustee ou du Estate Representative n’affectera, ne réduira, ne
libérera ou ne diminuera pas cette couverture, ni ne fournira une défense à un tel assureur, ni
ne déclenchera une exclusion en vertu d’une telle police, y compris, sans s’y limiter, une
exclusion assuré c. assuré.
(ii) Quittances en faveur de l’Estate et du ou des Estate Representative(s).
Sous réserve à tous égards des dispositions des articles 9.1, 9.3, 10.8 et 10.9 du Plan et de
l’exécution intégrale en vertu du ou des Settlement Agreement(s) applicables et sujet aux
limitations expresses et/ou obligations contenues dans le Settlement Agreement respectif du
Released Party, à la Effective Date, le Trustee, le ou les Estate Representative(s) et l’Estate
seront tous libérés à tout jamais et inconditionnellement de l’ensemble des Claims, dettes,
obligations, mises en demeure, responsabilités, poursuites, jugements, dommages, droits et
motifs d’action, de quelque nature que ce soit par les Released Parties et par toutes les Persons
ou entités recevant une contrepartie en vertu du Plan (autre que le droit de faire valoir les
obligations en vertu du Plan, des Settlement Agreements et des contrats, actes, quittances et
autres accords et documents conclus et remis en vertu de ceux-ci), directs ou indirects, liquidés
ou non liquidés, fixes ou éventuels, venus à échéance ou non, connus ou inconnus, peu
importe le moment de leur origine, en droit, en equity ou autrement, qui sont basés sur,
découlent de et/ou sont liés aux événements et/ou aux circonstances qui sont survenus ou
existaient à ou avant la Effective Date, en lien quelconque avec la Debtor, y compris, sans
limitation, par suite du Derailement, du Chapter 11 Case, du Plan, du Disclosure Statement,
de tout acte ou omission précédant la petition de la Debtor, de l’Estate, des XL Policies et les
Settlement Agreements, à la condition, toutefois, que cette libération (quittance) ne s’applique
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pas aux Claims qui prennent naissance dans le cours normal des affaires qui ne sont pas
reliées au Derailment et qui sont détenues par Affiliates de toute Contributing Party (sauf si
de telles Claims sont expressément quittancées en vertu d’un Settlement Agreement). Pour
éviter tout doute, les quittances à la section 10.5(b) (ii) du Plan n’incluent pas les violations
des Settlement Agreement(s).
(iii) Quittances par les Affiliated Released Parties. Sous réserve à tous
égards des dispositions des articles 9.1 et 9.3 du Plan et de l’Affiliated Parties Settlement
Agreement, à la Effective Date, chacune des Affiliated Released Parties libérera
inconditionnellement, et elles sont par les présentes réputées libérer inconditionnellement à
tout jamais, la Debtor, l’Estate, le Trustee, le ou les Estate Representative(s), le Creditors’
Committee, les membres du Creditors’ Committee et les Other Released Parties, y compris,
sans s’y limiter, les avocats et les conseillers respectifs (uniquement à ces titres respectifs) des
personnes et des entités susmentionnées contre l’ensemble des Claims (y compris toute Claim
ou tout Cause of Action pour contribution, indemnité, remboursement ou recherchant
l’exécution, la saisie, la perception, la contribution ou le recouvrement de tout jugement,
octroi, décret ou ordonnance contre une ou plusieurs des Other Released Parties ou les biens
de l’une ou de plusieurs des Other Released Parties ou autrement), dettes, obligations, mises
en demeure, responsabilités, poursuites, jugements, dommages, droits et motifs d’action, de
quelque nature que ce soit, directs ou indirects, liquidés ou non liquidés, fixes ou éventuels,
venus à échéance ou non, connus ou inconnus, existant alors ou prenant naissance
subséquemment, en droit, en equity ou autrement, qui sont basés en tout ou en partie sur un
acte ou omission, une transaction, un transfert ou autre événement ayant lieu à ou avant la
Effective Date en lien quelconque avec la Debtor, le Derailment, le Chapter 11 Case, le Plan,
le Disclosure Statement, l’Estate et de la négociation des Settlement Agreements ou de la
dotation de fonds à ces Settlement Agreements; cependant, la présente quittance ne
s’appliquera pas (A) aux Claims ou droits, en vertu de la police Great American Policy, cédés
par les Affiliated Released Parties à la Debtor ou au Chapter 11 Trustee en vertu de l’Affiliated
Parties Settlement Agreement; (B) à tout droit de faire valoir les obligations en vertu du Plan,
des Settlement Agreements ainsi que des contrats, actes, quittances et autres accords et
documents conclus et remis en vertu de ceux-ci, à condition, cependant, que ces Claims ou
droits cédés ne soient pas présentés contre des Other Released Parties, ou (C) aux Claims ou
droits de l’une quelconque des Rail World Parties et/ou the D&O Parties (comme définies
dans le CCAA Plan) de rechercher un recouvrement auprès de leurs assureurs, y compris
Hartford et les XL Companies, au titre de leurs honoraires d’avocats, déboursés et coûts
encourus avant la Effective Date.
(iv) Quittances en faveur des Affiliated Released Parties. Sous réserve à tous
égards des dispositions des articles 9.1, 9.3, 10.8 et 10.9 du Plan et de l’exécution intégrale en
vertu de l’ Affiliated Parties Settlement Agreement, à la Effective Date, toutes les personnes et
entités libéreront inconditionnellement, et elles sont par les présentes réputées libérer
inconditionnellement à tout jamais, les Affiliated Released Parties, y compris, sans s’y limiter,
les avocats et les conseillers respectifs (uniquement à ces titres respectifs) des personnes et des
entités susmentionnées contre l’ensemble des Derailment Claims, des Causes of Action et
l’ensemble des autres Claims, dettes, obligations, mises en demeure, responsabilités,
poursuites, jugements, dommages, droits, recours et motifs d’action, de quelque nature que ce
soit, directs ou indirects, liquidés ou non liquidés, fixes ou éventuels, venus à échéance ou
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non, connus ou inconnus, peu importe le moment de leur origine, en droit, en equity ou
autrement, qui sont basés sur, découlent de et/ou sont liés aux événements et/ou aux
circonstances qui sont survenus ou existaient à ou avant la Effective Date en lien quelconque
avec le Derailment, la Debtor, le Chapter 11 Case, le Plan, le Disclosure Statement, l’Estate
et la négociation des Settlement Agreements ou la dotation de fonds à ces Settlement
Agreements; cependant, et sans limiter une disposition quelconque de l’Affiliated Parties
Settlement Agreement, y compris une disposition qui limite, conditionne ou affecte toute
quittance ou injonction en faveur des Affiliated Released Parties, la présente quittance ne
s’appliquera pas, et elle ne sera pas interprétée comme s’appliquant, à une Claim présentée
ou qui pourrait être présentée dans le futur par le Trustee, l’Estate Representative, MMA
Canada ou les Holders of Derailment Wrongful Death Claims (comme applicable en vertu de
l’Affiliated Parties Settlement Agreement) contre l’une quelconque des Affiliated Released
Parties (ou certaines d’entre elles, le cas échéant) dans la mesure où il y a, ou il peut y avoir,
une couverture pour ces claims en vertu de la police Great American Policy, et la cession de
droits en vertu de cette police à l’Estate, au Trustee ou au Estate Representative n’affectera,
ne réduira, ne libérera ou ne diminuera pas cette couverture, ni ne fournira une défense à un
tel assureur, ni ne déclenchera une exclusion en vertu d’une telle police, y compris, sans s’y
limiter, une exclusion assuré c. assuré.
(v) Quittances par les Other Released Parties. Sous réserve à tous égards
des dispositions des articles 9.1, 9.3, 10.5 (b)(ii), 10.8 et 10.9 du Plan et de l’exécution intégrale
en vertu du ou des Settlement Agreements applicables aux Released Parties particulières, à la
Effective Date, chaque Other Released Party et toutes les autres Released Parties libéreront
(donneront quittance) inconditionnellement, et elles sont par les présentes réputées libérer
inconditionnellement à tout jamais, la Debtor, l’Estate, le Trustee, le ou les Estate
Representative(s), le Creditors’ Committee, les membres du Creditors’ Committee, les
Affiliated Released Parties, chaque autre Other Released Party ainsi que les avocats et les
conseillers respectifs (uniquement à ces titres respectifs) des Persons et des entités susvisées
contre l’ensemble des Derailement Claims et l’ensemble des autres Claims, (y compris toute
Claim ou tout Cause of Action pour contribution, indemnité, garantie, intervention forcée ou
recherchant l’exécution, la saisie, la perception, la contribution, l’indemnité, le
remboursement ou le recouvrement de tout jugement, octroi, décret ou ordonnance contre une
ou plusieurs des Other Released Parties ou les biens de l’une ou de plusieurs des Other
Released Parties ou autrement), dettes, obligations, mises en demeure, responsabilités,
poursuites, jugements, dommages, droits, recours et motifs d’action, de quelque nature que ce
soit, directs ou indirects, liquidés ou non liquidés, fixes ou éventuels, venus à échéance ou
non, connus ou inconnus, peu importe le moment de leur origine, en droit, en equity ou
autrement, qui sont basés sur, découlent de et/ou sont liés aux événements et/ou aux
circonstances qui sont survenus ou existaient à ou avant la Effective Date en lien quelconque
avec le Derailment, la Debtor, le Chapter 11 Case, le Plan, le Disclosure Statement, l’Estate,
Settlement Agreements, incluant, sans s’y limiter, la négociation des Settlement Agreements
par les avocats du Trustee ou le Trustee, ou la dotation de fonds aux Settlement Agreements;
cependant, la présente quittance ne s’appliquera à aucune Claim du Canada contre MMA
Canada, ni non plus à toute Claim cédée par les Other Released Parties au Trustee, à MMA
Canada ou leur personne désignée aux termes d’un Settlement Agreement (autres que les
Claims contre toutes autres Released Parties), de même qu’elle ne s’appliquera pas au droit
de faire valoir les droits et les obligations en vertu du Plan, des Settlement Agreements ainsi
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que des contrats, actes, quittances et autres accords et documents conclus et remis en vertu de
ceux-ci en leur faveur, et elle ne s’appliquera pas ou ne sera pas interprétée comme
s’appliquant à toute Claim ou réclamation ou aux autres droits dans la mesure où ils sont
préservés par l’une quelconque des Other Released Parties dans leur ou leurs Settlement
Agreement(s) respectifs (autres que les Claims contre toutes autres Other Released Parties), à
la condition en outre que, nonobstant tout ce qui est indiqué à l’effet contraire au Plan, cette
quittance ne s’appliquera pas à toute réclamation ou Claim que les Irving Parties (telles que
définies dans leur Settlement Agreement) ont ou pourraient avoir contre un ou plusieurs de
leurs assureurs; cependant, la présente quittance ne s’appliquera non plus à aucune Claim
prenant naissance dans le cours normal des affaires et non liée au Derailment et qui est
détenue par des Affiliates of any of the Contributing Parties. Pour éviter tout doute, les
quittances à la section 10.5 (b) (v) du Plan ne couvrent pas les violations aux Settlement
Agreements.
(vi) Quittances en faveur des Other Released Parties. Sous réserve à tous
égards des dispositions des articles 9.1, 9.3, 10.8 et 10.9 du Plan, et de l’exécution intégrale
en vertu du ou des Settlement Agreements aux Other Released Parties particulières, à la
Effective Date, toutes les Persons et les entités libéreront inconditionnellement, et elles sont
par les présentes réputées libérer inconditionnellement à tout jamais, chacune des Other
Released Parties, y compris, sans s’y limiter, les avocats et les conseillers respectifs
(uniquement à ces titres respectifs) des Others Released Parties contre l’ensemble des
Derailment Claims, les Causes of Action et l’ensemble des autres Claims (y compris toute
réclamation ou toute Cause of Action pour contribution, indemnité, garantie, intervention
forcée ou recherchant l’exécution, la saisie, la perception, la contribution, remboursement ou
le recouvrement de tout jugement, octroi, décret ou ordonnance contre une ou plusieurs des
Other Released Parties ou les biens de l’une ou de plusieurs des Other Released Parties ou
autrement), dettes, obligations, mises en demeure, responsabilités, poursuites, jugements,
dommages, droits (y compris tout droit de compensation, subrogation, contribution,
indemnité, remboursement ou recouvrement de quelque nature que ce soit), recours et motifs
d’action, de quelque nature que ce soit, directs ou indirects, liquidés ou non liquidés, fixes ou
éventuels, venus à échéance ou non, connus ou inconnus, peu importe le moment de leur
origine, en droit, en equity ou autrement, qui sont basés sur, découlent de et/ou sont liés aux
événements et/ou aux circonstances qui sont survenus ou existaient à ou avant la Effective
Date en lien quelconque avec le Derailment, la Debtor, le Chapter 11 Case, le Plan, le
Disclosure Statement, l’Estate et les Settlement Agreements y compris, sans s’y limiter, les
négociations des Settlement Agreements par les Released Parties et leurs avocats ou de la
dotation de fonds à ces Settlement Agreement; cependant, la présente quittance ne limitera
nullement le droit du Estate Representative de faire valoir les droits et les obligations en vertu
du Plan, des Settlement Agreements ainsi que des contrats, actes, quittances et autres accords
et documents conclus et remis en vertu de ceux-ci en faveur de l’Estate, et elle ne s’appliquera
pas ou ne sera pas interprétée comme s’appliquant à toute Claim ou aux autres droits dans la
mesure où ils sont préservés par l’une quelconque des Other Released Parties dans leur ou
leurs Settlement Agreement(s) respectifs (autres que les Claims contre l’une quelconque des
Other Released Parties, y compris, sans s’y limiter, Canada), cependant, nonobstant toute
disposition contraire dans le Plan, la présente quittance ne s’appliquera non plus à toutes
réclamations ou Claims que les Irving Parties (telles que définies dans leur Settlement
Agreement) ont ou pourraient avoir contre un ou plusieurs de leurs assureurs. Pour éviter
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tout doute, nonobstant ce qui prévu à l’effet contraire dans le Plan, les quittances dans cette
section 10.5 (b) (vi) ne couvrent pas les violations des Settlement Agreement(s).
4.
Injonctions.
(a) Aucune répercussion sur les droits des Parties aux Settlement
Agreements. Aucune disposition de l’article 10.6 du Plan ou contenue par ailleurs dans le Plan
ou la Confirmation Order n’affectera, ne libérera ou ne limitera par ailleurs les droits et les
devoirs des parties aux Settlement Agreements de faire valoir les dispositions des Settlement
Agreements respectifs ou de s’y conformer. Les droits et les devoirs des parties en vertu des
Settlement Agreements sont précisés dans les Settlement Agreements et régis par ceux-ci, à la
condition, toutefois, qu’aucun Settlement Agreement ne restreigne ou limite l’effet ou l’étendue
des quittances incluses à Section 10.5 du Plan quant à toute Released Party sans le
consentement exprès écrit dudit Released Party.
(b)
Injonctions.
(i)
Injonction en faveur de la Debtor et du ou des Estate Representative(s).
Sauf en ce qui concerne les droits, les réclamations ou Claims créés ou préservés explicitement
par le Plan, le CCAA Plan, les Settlement Agreements et la Confirmation Order, à la Effective
Date, la Debtor, le Trustee et le ou les Estate Representative(s) auront droit à une injonction
empêchant et interdisant à tout jamais à toutes les Persons et/ou entités de faire valoir contre la
Debtor tous droits, intérêts, obligations, réclamations, motifs d’action, dommages (y compris les
dommages punitifs), mises en demeure (y compris les mises en demeure pour contribution,
indemnité ou autres), responsabilités, dépenses, honoraires (y compris, sans s’y limiter, les
honoraires d’avocats, les honoraires d’experts, les honoraires de consultants et autres
honoraires professionnels) et coûts passés, présents et futurs de quelque nature ou type que ce
soit, connus ou inconnus, prévus ou imprévus, directs ou indirects, éventuels ou effectifs,
liquidés ou non liquidés, prévus par la loi ou la Common law, présentés ou non présentés et
qu’ils soient basés sur un contrat, la négligence, la mauvaise foi, une conduite volontaire,
téméraire ou malveillante, ou toute autre théorie en droit ou en equity concernant un acte,
omission, défaut, incident, événement ou circonstance passé, présent ou futur effectif ou
allégué, découlant de celui-ci ou y étant lié, depuis le début du monde jusqu’à la Effective Date,
ayant trait ou lié de quelque manière que ce soit (A) à la Debtor, (B) au Derailment ou (C) à
l’Estate, au Chapter 11 Case, au Plan, au Disclosure Statement, aux Settlement Agreements
et/ou aux XL Policies, sauf en ce qui a trait aux claims et aux droits réservés explicitement en
vertu des articles 10.3 et 10.5 du Plan.
(ii) Injonction en faveur des Affiliated Released Parties. Sauf en ce qui
concerne les droits, réclamations ou Claims créés ou préservés explicitement par le Plan, le
CCAA Plan, l’Affiliated Parties Settlement Agreement et la Confirmation Order, à la Effective
Date, toutes les Persons et les entités, y compris, sans s’y limiter, tous les détenteurs de
Derailment Claims, Non-Settling Defendants et autres Persons seront, et elles sont par les
présentes réputées l’être, enjointes et empêchées en permanence d’intenter, de poursuivre, de
continuer ou de faire valoir contre les Affiliated Released Parties l’un(e) quelconque ou
l’ensemble des Derailment Claims, Causes of Action et toutes autres Claims, y compris, sans
s’y limiter, tous droits, intérêts, obligations, réclamations, motifs d’action, dommages (y compris
les dommages punitifs), mises en demeure (y compris les mises en demeure pour contribution,
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indemnité, remboursement ou autres), responsabilités, dépenses, honoraires (y compris, sans
s’y limiter, les honoraires d’avocats, les honoraires d’experts, les honoraires de consultants et
autres honoraires professionnels) et coûts passés, présents et futurs de quelque nature ou type
que ce soit, connus ou inconnus, prévus ou imprévus, directs ou indirects, éventuels ou effectifs,
liquidés ou non liquidés, prévus par la loi ou la common law, présentés ou non présentés et
qu’ils soient basés sur un tort, un contrat, la négligence, la mauvaise foi, une conduite
volontaire, téméraire ou malveillante, ou toute autre théorie en droit ou en equity concernant
un acte, omission, défaut, incident, événement ou circonstance passé, présent ou futur effectif
ou allégué, découlant de celui-ci ou y étant lié, depuis le début du monde jusqu’à la Effective
Date, ayant trait ou lié de quelque manière que ce soit (A) à la Debtor, (B) au Derailment ou
(C) à l’Estate, (D) au Chapter 11 Case, (E) au Plan, (F) au Disclosure Statement, (G) aux
Settlement Agreements et/ou (H) aux XL Policies; cependant, et sans limiter une disposition
quelconque de l’Affiliated Parties Settlement Agreement, y compris une disposition qui limite,
conditionne ou affecte toute quittance ou injonction en faveur des Affiliated Released Parties,
la présente injonction ne s’appliquera pas, et elle ne sera pas interprétée comme s’appliquant,
à une Claim présentée ou qui pourrait être présentée dans le futur par le Trustee, l’Estate
Representative, MMA Canada ou les Holders of Derailment Wrongful Death Claims (comme
applicable en vertu de l’Affiliated Parties Settlement Agreement ) contre les Affiliated Released
Parties (ou certaines d’entre elles, le cas échéant) dans la mesure où il y a, ou il peut y avoir,
une couverture pour ces claims en vertu de la police Great American Policy, et la cession de
droits en vertu de cette police à l’Estate, au Trustee ou au Estate Representative n’affectera, ne
réduira, ne libérera ou ne diminuera pas cette couverture, ni ne fournira une défense à un tel
assureur, ni ne déclenchera une exclusion en vertu d’une telle police, y compris, sans s’y limiter,
une exclusion assuré c. assuré.
(iii) Injonction en faveur des Other Released Parties. Sauf en ce qui concerne
les droits et les claims créés ou préservés explicitement par le Plan, le CCAA Plan, les Settlement
Agreements (à condition qu’il n’y ait pas de réclamations préservées (ou Claims) contre des
Other Released Parties sauf tel que prévu à Exhibit 2) et la Confirmation Order, à la Effective
Date, toutes les Persons et les entités, y compris, sans s’y limiter, tous les Holders of Derailment
Claims, Released Parties et les Persons autres que les Released Parties seront, et elles sont par
les présentes réputées l’être, enjointes et empêchées en permanence d’intenter, de poursuivre,
de prendre action, de continuer ou de faire valoir contre les Other Released Parties l’un(e)
quelconque ou l’ensemble des Derailment Claims, Causes of Action et toutes autres Claims, y
compris, sans s’y limiter, Claims ou Causes of Action pour droits passés, présents ou futurs (y
compris le droit de compensation, de subrogation, de contribution, indemnité, remboursement
ou de recouvrement de quelque nature que ce soit), intérêts (y compris créer, rendre opposable
ou faire valoir toute charge de quelque nature que ce soit contre une ou plusieurs des Other
Released Parties), obligations, dommages (y compris les dommages réels ou punitifs), mises en
demeure (y compris toute Claim ou tout Cause of Action pour contribution, indemnité,
remboursement, garantie, intervention forcée ou recherchant l’exécution, la saisie, la
perception, la contribution ou le recouvrement de tout jugement, octroi, décret ou ordonnance
contre une ou plusieurs des Other Released Parties ou les biens d’une ou de plusieurs des Other
Released Parties ou autrement), responsabilités, dépenses, honoraires (y compris, sans s’y
limiter, les honoraires d’avocats, les honoraires d’experts, les honoraires de consultants et
autres honoraires professionnels) et coûts de quelque nature ou type que ce soit, connus ou
inconnus, prévus ou imprévus, éventuels ou effectifs, directs ou indirects, liquidés ou non
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liquidés, prévus par la loi ou la common law, présentés ou non présentés et qu’ils soient basés
sur un tort, un contrat, la négligence, une garantie, la mauvaise foi, une conduite volontaire,
téméraire ou malveillante, ou toute autre théorie en droit ou en equity concernant un acte,
omission, défaut, incident, événement ou circonstance passé, présent ou futur effectif ou
allégué, incluant, sans s’y limiter, toutes les Claims quittancées en vertu de Section 10.5 du
Plan, découlant de celui-ci ou y étant lié, peu importe le moment où il a pris naissance, ayant
trait ou lié à des événements et/ou circonstances qui sont survenus ou existaient à ou avant la
Effective Date en lien de quelque manière que ce soit (A) à la Debtor, (B) au Derailment, (C) à
l’Estate, (D) au Chapter 11 Case, (E) au Plan, (F) au Disclosure Statement, (G) aux Settlement
Agreements et/ou (H) aux XL Policies (dans le cas d’incompatibilité avec le Plan, le XL
Settlement Agreement prévaudra) (dans le cas d’incompatibilité avec le Plan, le XI Settlement
Agreement prévaudra).
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CONCLUSION
Le Trustee estime que la confirmation et la mise en œuvre du Plan sont dans le meilleur
intérêt de tous les créanciers et demande aux détenteurs de Claims de voter pour que le Plan soit
accepté et de démontrer une telle acceptation en envoyant leurs bulletins de vote pour qu'ils soient
reçus au plus tard à 17h00 (heure de l’est applicable) à la Voting Deadline.
Date : 22 juillet, 2015
ROBERT J. KEACH
CHAPTER 11 TRUSTEE OF MONTRÉAL
MAINE & ATLANTIC RAILWAY, LTD.
Par ses avocats :
/s/ Lindsay K. Zahradka
D. Sam Anderson, Esq.
Lindsay K. Zahradka, Esq. (admis pro hac vice)
Timothy J. McKeon, Esq.
Roma N. Desai, Esq.
BERNSTEIN, SHUR, SAWYER & NELSON, P.A.
100 Middle Street
P.O. Box 9729
Portland, ME 04104-5029
Tél. : (207) 774-1200
Télécopieur : (207) 774-1127
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EN CAS DE DIVERGENCE ENTRE LA VERSION ANGLAISE ET LA VERSION
FRANÇAISE, LA VERSION ANGLAISE PRÉVAUDRA.
Annexe A
Certaines expressions définies tirées du Plan, du Disclosure Statement
1.1
L’expression Additional WD Trust Assets signifie le Cash ou l’équivalents du Cash
réalisés par l’Estate Representative, uniquement à ce titre, après la Confirmation Date depuis ou
par suite des Settlement Agreements conclus avant la Effective Date, et le produit de la vente, de
la monétisation ou de la liquidation des Settlement Non-Cash Assets que l’Estate Representative
est en droit de vendre, de monétiser ou de liquider, en tout ou en partie, au bénéfice du WD Trust
conformément aux Settlement Agreements, concurremment avec tous les gains sur ceux-ci.
L’expression Affiliated Parties Settlement Agreement signifie le Settlement
1.2
Agreement entre et parmi le Trustee, MMA Canada et les Affiliated Released Parties.
L’expression Affiliated Released Parties signifie les Rail World Parties, les
1.3
Officers et Directors, Chubb and Hartford.
1.4
L’expression Bankruptcy Rules signifie les Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure
comme elles sont adoptées par la United States Supreme Court en vertu de la section 2075 of title
28 of the United States Code, comme amendé de temps à autre, et toute local rules applicable de
la Bankruptcy Court.
1.5
L’expression CCAA Case signifie la procédure en vertu de Canadian Companies’
Creditors Arrangement Act of MMA Canada en instance devant la Cour supérieure du Québec
(Division commerciale) et désignée par le numéro de Cour 450-11-000167-134.
L’expression CCAA Plan signifie le Plan of Compromise and Arrangement
1.6
déposé par MMA Canada dans le CCAA Case, ce CCAA Plan devant notamment contenir les
quittances et les injonctions au bénéfice des Released Parties, une copie du CCAA Plan étant
jointe au Plan comme Exhibit 1.28.
L’expression Contributing Parties signifie les parties qui ont signé les Settlement
1.7
Agreements avant la Effective Date.
1.8
L’expression Derailment signifie le déraillement en date du 6 juillet 2013 d’un train
sans personnel appartenant à la Debtor, survenu à Lac-Mégantic (Québec), y compris tous les
événements précédant ce déraillement et liés à celui-ci et/ou toutes les conséquences de ce
déraillement, y compris, sans s’y limiter, l’explosion, le déversement de pétrole brut, l’incendie
et/ou les autres conséquences liées à ce déraillement.
1.9
L’expression Derailment Claims signifie toutes les Claims par des Persons ou
entités contre la Debtor, MMA Canada ou tout autre tiers, Person ou entité découlant du
Derailement ou lié à celui-ci, y compris, mais sans s’y limiter, les Claims prévues aux articles
1.51, 1.52, 1.53, 1.55, 1.57 et 1.58.
1.10
L’expression Derailment Government Claims signifie toute Derailment Claims
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détenue ou présentée par toute entité gouvernementale, provinciale ou municipale contre la Debtor,
MMA Canada ou toute autre personne ou entité, y compris, sans s’y limier, la province de Québec,
le gouvernement fédéral du Canada et/ou le village de Lac-Mégantic, ou tout organisme, division
ou agence de ces entités.
1.11 L’expression Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claims signifie une
Claim liquidée ou non liquidée contre la Debtor, MMA Canada ou toute autre personne ou entité
fondée sur un tort, un contrat, une garantie, la responsabilité de l’employeur ou toute autre théorie
de droit, d’equity ou d’amirauté, que ce soit, attribuable ou découlant, en vertu des lois de toute
juridiction, directement ou indirectement, des dommages physiques, émotionnels ou autres
dommages personnels causés par, supposément causés par ou découlant en tout ou en partie,
directement ou indirectement, du Derailement, y compris, mais sans s’y limiter, l’ensemble des
réclamations, dettes, obligations ou responsabilités pour dommages compensatoires (notamment,
sans s’y limiter, la surveillance médicale, les dommages personnels ou blessures corporelles, ainsi
que les dommages immédiats, indirects, généraux et particuliers) et les dommages punitifs. Les
Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claims comprendront, sans s’y limiter, toute
Claim pour contribution, remboursement, subrogation ou indemnité, qu’elle soit contractuelle ou
prévue implicitement par la loi, (comme ces expressions sont définies par les lois applicables de
la juridiction pertinente, autres que les lois concernant la faillite) et toute autre Derailment Moral
Damages and Personal Injury Claims dérivée ou indirecte de quelque nature que ce soit, fondée
sur un tort, un contrat, une garantie ou toute autre théorie de droit, d’equity ou d’amirauté
quelconque. Nonobstant ce qui précède, les Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury
Claims ne comprendront pas (a) les Derailment Property Damage Claims , (b) les Derailment
Government Claims, (c) les Derailment Wrongful Death Claims, (d) les Derailment Property
Subrogated Insurance Claims et (e) toute réclamation de compensation des accidents du travail
présentée directement contre la Debtor ou un non-Debtor Affiliate autre que la Debtor par un
employé passé ou présent de la Debtor en vertu d’une loi applicable de compensation des accidents
de travail et qui serait couverte par l’assurance de compensation des accidents de travail ou un
programme d’auto-assurance applicable et entièrement financé.
1.12 La Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claims Matrix signifie la
matrice jointe au Plan en Schedule B.
1.13 L’expression Derailment Property Damage Claims signifie une Claim liquidée ou
non liquidée contre, ou une dette, obligation ou responsabilité de la Debtor, MMA Canada ou toute
autre personne ou entité, prenant naissance en vertu des lois de toute juridiction, fondée sur un tort,
un contrat, une garantie ou toute autre théorie de droit, d’equity ou d’amirauté, pour, attribuable à,
découlant directement ou indirectement (a) des dommages matériels (peu importe le moment où
ils sont subis), y compris, mais sans s’y limiter, la diminution de valeur, les dommages
environnementaux ou la perte économique des biens; ou (b) l’interruption des affaires ou la perte
de bénéfices ou de gains, dans tous les cas causées ou supposément causées, directement ou
indirectement, par le Derailment, y compris, mais sans s’y limiter, l’ensemble des réclamations,
dettes, obligations ou responsabilités pour dommages compensatoires et punitifs, et également,
sans s’y limiter, toute réclamation pour contribution, remboursement, subrogation ou indemnité,
contractuelle ou prévue implicitement par la loi, attribuable aux Derailment Property Damage
Claims. Les Derailment Property Damage Claims ne comprendront pas (a) les Derailment Moral
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Damages and Personal Injury Claims , (b) les Derailment Government Claims, (c) les Derailment
Wrongful Death Claims , (d) les Derailment Property Subrogated Insurance Claims et (e) toute
réclamation de compensation des accidents du travail présentée directement contre la Debtor ou
un non-Debtor Affiliate autre que la Debtor par un employé passé ou présent de la Debtor en vertu
d’une loi applicable de compensation des accidents de travail et qui serait couverte par l’assurance
de compensation des accidents de travail ou un programme d’auto-assurance applicable et
entièrement financé.
1.14 L’expression Derailment Property Damage Claims Distribution Mechanism
signifie le Schedule C joint au Plan.
1.15 L’expression Derailment Wrongful Death Claims signifie une Claim liquidée ou
non liquidée contre la Debtor, MMA Canada ou toute autre personne ou entité, prenant naissance
en vertu des lois de toute juridiction, incluant, sans limitation, détenu par un exécuteur
testamentaire, administrateur, succession du défunt, représentant de la succession ou bénéficiaire
de la succession du défunt, fondée sur un tort, un contrat, une garantie, la responsabilité de
l’employeur ou toute autre théorie de droit, d’equity ou d’amirauté, que ce soit, attribuable ou
découlant, en vertu des lois de toute juridiction, du décès d’un particulier causé ou supposément
causé en tout ou en partie, directement ou indirectement, du Derailment, y compris, mais sans s’y
limiter, l’ensemble des réclamations, dettes, obligations ou responsabilités pour dommages
compensatoires (notamment, sans s’y limiter, la loss of consortium, le wrongful death, la survie,
les dommages immédiats, indirects, généraux et particuliers) et les dommages punitifs. Les
Derailment Wrongful Death Claims comprendront, sans s’y limiter, toute Claim pour contribution,
remboursement, subrogation ou indemnité, qu’elle soit contractuelle ou prévue implicitement par
la loi, (comme ces expressions sont définies par les lois applicables autres que de faillite de la
juridiction pertinente) et toute autre Derailment Wrongful Death Claims dérivée ou indirecte de
quelque nature que ce soit, fondée sur un tort, un contrat, une garantie ou toute autre théorie de
droit, d’equity ou d’amirauté quelconque, sauf dans la mesure où ces claims ont été libérées ou
cédées à l’Estate aux termes d’un Settlement Agreement. Nonobstant ce qui précède, les
Derailment Wrongful Death Claims ne comprendront pas (a) les Derailment Government Claims,
(b) les Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claims, (c) les Derailment Property
Damage Claims, (d) les Derailment Property Subrogated Insurance Claims et (e) toute réclamation
de compensation des accidents du travail présentée directement contre la Debtor ou une Société
affiliée autre que la Debtor par un employé passé ou présent de la Debtor en vertu d’une loi
applicable de compensation des accidents de travail et qui serait couverte par l’assurance de
compensation des accidents de travail ou un programme d’auto-assurance applicable et
entièrement financé.
1.16 L’expression Derailment Property Subrogated Insurance Claim signifie une Claim
liquidée ou non liquidée contre, ou une dette, obligation ou responsabilité de la Debtor, MMA
Canada ou toute autre personne ou entité, prenant naissance en vertu des lois de toute juridiction,
fondée sur un tort, un contrat, une garantie ou toute autre théorie de droit, d’equity ou d’amirauté,
pour, attribuable à ou découlant directement ou indirectement (a) des dommages matériels (peu
importe le moment où ils sont subis), y compris, mais sans s’y limiter, la diminution de valeur, les
dommages environnementaux ou la perte économique des biens; ou (b) l’interruption des affaires
ou la perte de bénéfices ou de gains causée ou supposément causée, directement ou indirectement,
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par le Derailment, et découlant ou découlant supposément, directement ou indirectement, des actes
ou omissions de la Debtor ou de ses prédécesseurs et qui est détenue par une compagnie
d’assurances qui (i) à l’égard de ses obligations, a payé intégralement tous les montants dus à un
assuré qui, n’eut-ce été de ce paiement, détiendrait une Derailment Property Damage Claim; (ii)
est subrogée en droit à la claim de cet assuré; et (iii) a déposé à temps une Proof of Claim dans le
Chapter 11 Case ou le CCAA Case à l’égard de cette Claim (et, dans le cas d’une Proof of Claim
déposée dans le CCAA Case, est réputé, en vertu de la Bar Date Order, avoir déposé à temps dans
le Chapter 11 Case).
1.17 L’expression Initial WD Trust Assets signifie la part des Settlement Payments
attribuables aux Derailment Wrongful Death Claims, à savoir 24.1 % des Funds for Distribution
et 53,3 % des Reallocated Dividends, lesquels paiements représenteront des dommages
compensatoires payés sur ces Claims seulement et seront également réputés avoir été faits en vertu
du Plan et aux termes d’une « court order » nécessaire pour satisfaire les exigences de la section
468B de l’Internal Revenue Code.
1.18 L’expression Local Bankruptcy Rules signifie les Local Bankruptcy Rules of the
United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maine, comme amendées de temps à autre.
1.19 L’expression MMA Canada signifie Montréal Maine and Atlantic Canada Co., la
Debtor de l’affaire LACC.
1.20 L’expression Monitor signifie Richter Advisory Group, Inc., le contrôleur nommé
dans le CCAA Case.
1.21 L’expression Non-Settling Defendants signifie toutes les personnes qui sont, ou qui
pourraient être défendeurs dans toute poursuite intentée ou qui pourrait être intentée devant
n’importe quelle cour ou autre forum de juridiction compétente (incluant, sans limitation, des
procédures administratives) formulant un Derailment Claim, incluant, sans s’y limiter, une
réclamation pour indemnité, contribution, remboursement, ou par biais de subrogation, mais qui
ne sont pas des Released Parties. Sans limiter ce qui précède, Non-Settling Defendants incluent
la Compagnie de Chemin de Fer Canadien Pacifique et toutes filiales de ceci.
1.22 L’expression Other Released Parties signifie les Released Parties autres que les
Affiliated Released Parties.
1.23 L’expression Rail World Parties signifie (a) Rail World Holdings, LLC; (b) Rail
World, Inc.; (c) Rail World Locomotive Leasing LLC; (d) The San Luis Central R.R. Co.; (e) Pea
Vine Corporation; (f) Montréal Maine & Atlantic Corp.; (g) LMS Acquisition Corp; (h) Earlston
Associates, L.P.; et (i) chacun de leurs actionnaires, administrateurs, dirigeants, membres ou
associés des personnes qui précèdent (à ce titre seulement). Pour éviter tout doute, l’expression
Rail World Parties comprend également Edward Burkhardt, uniquement à titre d’administrateur,
de dirigeant et d’actionnaire des Rail World Parties.
1.24 L’expression Released Parties signifie (a) la Debtor; (b) le Trustee et ses agents,
avocats, comptables, conseillers financiers, consultants en restructuration et banquiers d’affaires;
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(c) les avocats de MMA Canada (d) le Monitor ainsi que ses employés et avocats; (e) le WD
Trustee ainsi que ses agents, avocats, comptables et conseillers financiers respectifs; (f) l’Estate
Representative et le Disbursing Agent ainsi que leurs agents, avocats, comptables et conseillers
financiers respectifs; (g) les Contributing Parties; et (h) toute Persons ou entité désignée comme
recevant une quittance dans tout Settlement Agreement (et seulement dans la mesure de la
quittance prévue audit Settlement Agreement) signé par toute Contributing Party, le Trustee et
MMA Canada. Les Released Parties comprendront les personnes ou les entités mentionnées à
l’Exhibit 2 du Plan.
1.25
L’expression Releases signifie toutes les quittances mentionnées à l’article 10.5 du
Plan.
1.26 L’expression Schedules signifie collectivement les états de l’actif et du passif, les
états de contrats exécutoires et baux non expirés, les états de revenus et de dépenses courants et
les états d’affaires financières déposés par la Debtor en vertu de la section 521 du Bankruptcy
Code, de la Bankruptcy Rule 1007 et des Official Bankruptcy Forms in the Chapter 11 Case,
comme ils peuvent avoir été amendés ou complétés de temps à autre conformément à la
Bankruptcy Rule 1009 ou des ordonnances de la Bankruptcy Court.
1.27 L’expression Settlement Agreements signifie tout accord de règlement conclu entre
le Trustee, MMA Canada et une ou plusieurs des Contributing Parties à ou avant la Effective Date
du Plan.
1.28 L’expression WD Trust signifie la fiducie constituée en vertu du droit du Maine et
établie en vertu de l’article V du Plan à la seule fin de liquider et de distribuer les WD Trust Assets
aux Holders of Allowed Derailment Wrongful Death Claims.
1.29 L’expression WD Trust Agreement signifie l’accord conclu entre la Debtor, le
Trustee et le WD Trustee régissant le WD Trust, portant la date de la Effective Date, devant être
déposé avec le Plan Supplement, tel qu’il peut être modifié de temps à autre.
1.30 L’expression WD Trust Assets signifie (a) les Initial WD Trust Assets que l’Estate
Representative devra livrer, transférer ou faire en sorte qu’ils soient livrés ou transférés, le cas
échéant, au WD Trust, (b) les Additional WD Trust Assets que, après la Confirmation Date et dès
que raisonnablement possible après la réception, l’Estate Representative devra livrer ou faire en
sorte qu’ils soient livrés au WD Trust, (c) tout actif supplémentaire devant être déboursé au WD
Trust depuis les Settlement Agreements conformément au Plan et au CCAA Plan, le tout
constituant des dommages compensatoires payables aux WD Trust Beneficiaries par ordonnance
ou jugement d’un tribunal compétent.
1.31 L’expression WD Trust Beneficiaries signifie les détenteurs de Holders of Allowed
Derailment Wrongful Death Claims.
1.32 L’expression WD Trust Distribution Procedures signifie les WD Trust Distribution
Procedures comme définie dans le WD Trust Agreement, ou comme subséquemment modifiée ou
amendée, incluant, sans limitation, Schedule A du Plan.
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1.33 L’expression WD Trust Expenses signifie l’ensemble des coûts, taxes et dépenses
du WD Trust ou imposés à celui-ci, y compris, mais sans s’y limiter, la rémunération du WD
Trustee, la rémunération des employés, les primes d’assurance, les honoraires et dépenses
d’avocats, de comptables et d’autres professionnels, les frais généraux, les déboursés et les
dépenses en lien avec la mise en application des WD Trust Distribution Procedures, mais à
l’exclusion des paiements aux détenteurs de Holders of Allowed Derailment Wrongful Death
Claims ou des remboursements de ces paiements.
1.34 L’expression WD Trustee signifie la Person désignée à ou avant la Confirmation
Date conformément au Plan pour gérer et administrer le WD Trust à et après la Effective Date.
1.35 L’expression Wrongful Death Claim Resolution Procedures signifie les Wrongful
Death Claim Resolution Procedures (y compris la matrice de points) jointes au Plan comme
Schedule A.
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SCHEDULE A to DISCLOSURE STATEMENT / EXHIBIT 2 TO PLAN
List of Released Parties
The list below consists of the parties who have executed settlement agreements with
Montreal Maine & Atlantic Canada Co. (“MMAC”) and Robert J. Keach in his capacity as
Chapter 11 Trustee of Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway Ltd. (the “Trustee”). Nothing in this
list shall supersede, effect, modify or amend any such settlement agreement and to the extent of
any conflict between the descriptions in this list and any such settlement agreement, the
settlement agreement shall govern. All such settlement agreements are subject to court approval
and other conditions, and the inclusion of any person or entity on this list does not create or
imply the release of such person or entity from any claim; in all respects, the settlement
agreements, and the court orders pertaining to the settlement agreements, shall govern. The term
“Affiliate” used in this Schedule “A” means with respect to any entity, all other entities directly
or indirectly controlling, controlled by, or under direct or indirect common control with such
entity. The other capitalized terms used herein have the meaning ascribed to them in the Plan.
The Released Parties are as follows:
1.
Devlar Energy Marketing LLC together with their parents Lario Oil & Gas
Company and Devo Trading & Consulting Company (collectively “Devlar”), as well
as their subsidiaries, Affiliates and each of their former and current respective employees,
officers and directors, successors and permitted assignees, attorneys and insurers,
(including St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company and its direct and indirect
parents, subsidiaries and Affiliates), but only to the extent of coverage afforded to Devlar
by such insurers in relation to the Derailment.
2.
Oasis Petroleum Inc. and Oasis Petroleum LLC (jointly, “Oasis”), together with their
parents, subsidiaries, Affiliates and each of their former and current respective
employees, officers and directors, successors and permitted assignees, attorneys and
insurers (including St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company and its direct and
indirect parents, subsidiaries and affiliates) but only to the extent of coverage afforded to
Oasis by such insurers in relation to the Derailment, as well as the entities identified in
Schedule 2 hereto but strictly as non-operating working interest owners or joint venturers
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in the specific Oasis-operated wells that produced oil that was provided and supplied by
Oasis that was transported in the train involved in the Derailment.
3.
Inland Oil & Gas Corporation, Whiting Petroleum Corporation, Enerplus
Resources (USA) Corporation, Halcón Resources Corporation, Tracker Resources,
Kodiak Oil & Gas Corp. (now known as Whiting Canadian Holding Company,
ULC) and Golden Eye Resources LLC, together with each of their respective parents,
subsidiaries, Affiliates, and each of their former and current respective employees,
officers, directors, successors and permitted assignees and attorneys, but strictly as
non-operating working interest owners or joint venturers in any wells that produced oil
that was provided, supplied and transported in the train involved in the Derailment.
4.
Arrow Midstream Holdings CCC. (“Arrow”) together with its parents, subsidiaries,
Affiliates, successors, officers, directors, principals, employees, attorneys, accountants,
representatives, and insurers. For the avoidance of doubt, Arrow shall include its current
parent Crestwood Midstream Partners LP; and insurers mean only those insurers who
have issued liability insurance policies to or in favor of Arrow actually or potentially
providing insurance for Claims against Arrow arising from or relating to the Derailment,
including without limitation, Commerce and Industry Insurance Company under policy
no. 3023278 and National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, Pa. under policy
no. 41131539.
5.
Marathon Oil Company (“Marathon”), together with its parent, subsidiaries,
successors and assigns, Affiliates, officers, directors, principals, employees, attorneys,
accountants, representatives, insurers (to the extent strictly limited to coverage afforded
to Marathon in relation to the Derailment), as well as the entities identified in schedule 5
attached hereto, but strictly as non-operating working interest owners or joint venturers in
the specific Marathon-operated wells that produced and supplied oil that was transported
on the train involved in the Derailment. For the avoidance of doubt, insurers, as used in
this definition, shall include all insurers that issued liability policies to or for the benefit
of Marathon and that actually or potentially provided coverage for Claims relating to or
arising from the Derailment, including, but not limited to, Yorktown Assurance
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Corporation policy number XSL-7-2013 and Old Maine Assurance Ltd. (reinsurance
Agreement).
6.
QEP Resources, Inc. (“QEP”), together with its parents, subsidiaries, Affiliates,
successors and assigns, officers, directors, principals, employees, attorneys, accountants,
representatives, insurers (to the extent strictly limited to coverage afforded to QEP in
relation to the Derailment), as well as those entities identified in schedule 6 attached
hereto, but strictly as non-operating working interest owners or joint venturers in the
specific QEP-operated wells that produced and supplied oil that was transported on the
train involved in the Derailment. For the avoidance of doubt, insurers, as used in this
definition, shall include all insurers that issued liability policies to or for the benefit of
QEP and that actually or potentially provided coverage for Claims relating to or arising
from the Derailment, including, but not be limited to, National Union Fire Insurance
Company of Pittsburgh, Pa. (policy number 194-99-62); American Guarantee & Liability
Insurance Company (policy number UMB6692611-02).
7.
Slawson Exploration Company, Inc. (“Slawson”), together with its parents,
subsidiaries, Affiliates, successors and assigns, officers, directors, principals, employees,
attorneys, accountants, representatives, insurers (to the extent strictly limited to coverage
afforded to Slawson in relation to the Derailment), as well as those entities identified on
schedule 7 attached hereto, but strictly as non-operating working interest owners in the
specific Slawson-operated wells that produced oil that was transported on the train
involved in the Derailment.
For the avoidance of doubt, insurers, as used in this
definition, shall include all insurers that issued liability policies to or for the benefit of
Slawson and that actually or potentially provided coverage for Claims relating to or
arising from the Derailment, including, but not be limited to, Federal Insurance Company
(policy 3579 09 19 and 7981 72 74), Arch Specialty Insurance Company (policy
EE00039761 03), and AIG (policy BE031941993).
8.
Indian Harbor Insurance Company, XL Insurance, XL Group plc and their
Affiliates (strictly as insurers of MMA and MMAC).
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Edward A. Burkhardt, Larry Parsons, Steven J. Lee, Stephen Archer, Robert C.
Grindrod, Joseph C. McGonigle, Gaynor Ryan, Donald Gardner, Jr., Fred Yocum,
Yves Bourdon and James Howard, in their capacity as directors and officers of
MMA and MMAC, Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Corporation and/or LMS
Acquisition Corporation (the “D&O Parties”).
10.
Hartford Casualty Insurance Company, together with its parents, subsidiaries,
Affiliates, officers and directors (strictly as insurer of Rail World, Inc.).
11.
Chubb & Son, a division of Federal Insurance Company (strictly as insurers of Rail
World, Inc. and Rail World Holdings, LLC).
12.
Rail World Holdings LLC; Rail World, Inc.; Rail World Locomotive Leasing LLC;
The San Luis Central R.R. Co.; Pea Vine Corporation; LMS Acquisition
Corporation; MMA Corporation; Earlston Associates L.P., and each of the
shareholders, directors, officers or members or partners of the foregoing, to the extent
they are not D&O Parties (the “Rail World Parties”). For the avoidance of doubt,
(i) Rail World Parties also includes Edward A. Burkhardt, solely in his capacity as
director, officer and/shareholder of certain of the Rail World Parties; and (ii) the
inclusion of the above entities within the definition of “Rail World Parties”, except for
the purpose of the settlement agreement executed with MMAC and the Trustee, shall not
be construed to create or acknowledge an affiliation between or among any of the Rail
World Parties.
13.
General Electric Railcar Services Corporation, General Electric Company and each
of its and their respective parents, Affiliates, subsidiaries, limited liability companies,
special purpose vehicles, partnerships, joint ventures, and other related business entities,
and each of its and their respective current or former parents, Affiliates, subsidiaries,
limited liability companies, special purpose vehicles, partnerships, joint ventures, other
related business entities, principals, partners, shareholders, officers, directors, managers,
partners, employees, agents, insurers, attorneys, accountants, financial advisors,
investment bankers, consultants, any other professionals, any other representatives or
advisors, and any and all persons who control any of these, as well as any predecessors-
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in-interest of, or any assignors or vendors of any equipment involved in the Derailment
to, any of the foregoing entities and any of the successors and assigns of any of the
foregoing entities.
14.
Trinity Industries, Inc., Trinity Industries Leasing Company, Trinity Tank Car,
Inc., and Trinity Rail Leasing 2012 LLC, Trinity Rail Group LLC, RIV 2013 Rail
Holdings LLC, and Trinity Rail Leasing Warehouse Trust, inclusive of each of their
respective predecessors, agents, servants, employees, shareholders, officers, directors,
attorneys, representatives, successors, assigns, parents, subsidiaries, Affiliates, limited
liability companies, insurers, and reinsurers (but strictly to the extent of coverage
afforded to the such parties by said insurers and reinsurers), including but not limited to
whether such entities are in the business of leasing, manufacturing, servicing or
administrating rail cars.
15.
Union Tank Car Company, the UTLX International Division of UTCC, The
Marmon Group LLC and Procor Limited (the “UTCC Parties”), and each of their
respective predecessors, servants, employees, owners, members (strictly with respect to
The Marmon Group LLC), shareholders, officers, directors, partners, associates,
attorneys, representatives, successors, assigns, subsidiaries, Affiliates, and parent
companies, insurers, and reinsurers listed in schedule 15 attached hereto, but strictly to
the extent of coverage afforded to the UTCC Parties by said insurers and reinsurers,
regardless of whether such entities are or were in the business of leasing, manufacturing,
servicing, or administering rail car leases or otherwise.
16.
First Union Rail Corporation (“First Union”), together with its parents, subsidiaries,
Affiliates, officers, directors, predecessors, successors, assigns, servants, employees,
shareholders, attorneys, representatives and insurers and reinsurers (strictly to the extent
limited to coverage afforded to First Union, and including, but not limited to, Lexington
Insurance Company (including pursuant to the Pollution Legal Liability Select Policy no.
PL52675034 and Stand Alone Excess Liability Policy no. 018403252) and Superior
Guaranty Insurance Company (including pursuant to Excess Liability Policy no. 4041XSCI13)).
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CIT Group, Inc., and its Affiliates, Federal Insurance Company solely in its capacity as
an insurer of CIT Group, Inc. and its Affiliates and not in any other capacity, and Arch
Insurance Group solely in its capacity as an insurer of CIT Group, Inc. and its Affiliates,
and not in any other capacity.
18.
ConocoPhillips Company (“ConocoPhillips”), together with its subsidiaries, Affiliates,
and each of their former and current respective employees, officers and directors,
successors and permitted assignees, attorneys, and insurers (and the insurers direct and
indirect parents, subsidiaries and Affiliates), but with regards to such insurers, only to the
extent of coverage provided to ConocoPhillips by such insurers in relation to the
Derailment, as well as those entities identified in Schedule 18 hereto, but strictly as nonoperating working interest owners in the specific ConocoPhillips operated wells that
produced and supplied oil that was transported on the train involved in the Derailment.
19.
Shell Oil Company and Shell Trading (US) Company, together with their subsidiaries,
Affiliates, and each of their former and current respective employees, officers and
directors, successors and permitted assignees, attorneys, and insurers (and the insurers’
direct and indirect parents, subsidiaries and Affiliates), but with regards to such insurers,
only to the extent of coverage provided to Shell Oil Company and Shell Trading (US)
Company, by such insurers in relation to the Derailment.
20.
Incorr Energy Group LLC (“Incorr”), together with its subsidiaries, Affiliates and
each of their former and current respective employees, officers and directors, successors
and permitted assignees, attorneys and insurers but only with respect to coverage
afforded by such insurers to Incorr in relation to the Derailment.
21.
Enserco Energy, LLC, together with its parent, subsidiaries, Affiliates, and each of their
former and current respective employees, officers and directors, successors and permitted
assignees, attorneys, and insurers (and the insurers’ direct and indirect parents,
subsidiaries and Affiliates), but with regards to such insurers, only to the extent of
coverage provided to Enserco Energy, LLC, by such insurers in relation to the
Derailment.
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The Attorney General of Canada, the Government of Canada, Her Majesty the
Queen in Right of Canada and the departments, crown corporations and agencies
including the Canadian Transportation Agency, and including all past, present and
future Ministers, officers, employees, representatives, servants, agents, parent,
subsidiary and affiliated crown corporations and agencies, and their respective
estates, successors and assigns.
23.
(i) Irving Oil Limited, Irving Oil Company, Limited, Irving Oil Operations General
Partner Limited and Irving Oil Commercial G.P., (ii) any of their Affiliates (as
defined in the settlement agreement), (iii) any predecessors, successors and assigns of any
of the foregoing Persons named in clauses (i) and (ii) of this paragraph 23, and (iv) any
directors, officers, agents and/or employees of any of the foregoing Persons named in
clauses (i), (ii) and (iii) of this paragraph 23 (the “Irving Parties”), and the insurers listed
in Schedule 23 attached hereto, but only in their respective capacities as insurers of the
Irving Parties under the insurance policies listed by policy numbers in said Schedule 23
(the “Irving Insurers”). Notwithstanding the foregoing or anything else in this list and
the Plan, the claims (including the Claims) and/or other rights that the Irving Parties have
(or may have) against their insurers (including but not limited to the Irving Insurers) or
any one or more of them under any applicable policies, at law, in equity or otherwise, are
fully preserved and said insurers (including but not limited to the Irving Insurers) are not
Released Parties in connection with said claims (including any Claims) and/or other
rights of the Irving Parties.
24.
(i) World Fuel Services Corporation, World Fuel Services, Inc., World Fuel Services
Canada, Inc., Petroleum Transport Solutions, LLC, Western Petroleum Company,
Strobel Starostka Transfer LLC (“SST”), Dakota Plains Marketing LLC, Dakota
Plains Holdings, Inc., DPTS Marketing Inc., Dakota Plains Transloading LLC,
Dakota Petroleum Transport Solutions LLC (the “World Fuel Parties”), (ii) any of
their Affiliates, (iii) any predecessors, successors and assigns of any of the foregoing
Persons named in clauses (i) and (ii) of this paragraph 24, and (iv) any directors, officers,
agents and/or employees of any of the foregoing Persons named in clauses (i), (ii) and
(iii) of this paragraph 24. and the insurers listed in schedule 24 attached hereto, but only
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in their respective capacities as insurers under the insurance policies listed by policy
number in said schedule 24 (the “World Fuel Insurers”).
Notwithstanding the
foregoing or anything else in this list and the Plan, the claims (including the Claims)
and/or other rights that the World Fuel Parties have (or may have) against their insurers
(including but not limited to the World Fuel Insurers), SST or its insurers, or any one or
more of them under any applicable policies, at law, in equity or otherwise, are fully
preserved and SST, as well as said insurers (including but not limited to the World Fuel
Insurers) are not Released Parties in connection with said Claims and/or other rights of
the World Fuel Parties.
25.
The SMBC Parties, namely: SMBC Rail Services, LLC f/k/a Flagship Rail Services,
LLC, and its respective predecessors, servants, employees, independent contractors,
owners, shareholders, officers, directors, associates, attorneys, accountants,
representatives, successors, assigns, agents, subsidiaries, affiliates, and parent
companies, and including without limitation Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group,
Inc., Sumitomo Mitsui Finance & Leasing Company, Limited, Sumitomo Mitsui
Banking Corporation of Canada, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, SMBC
Capital Markets, Inc., SMBC Leasing and Finance, Inc., SMBC Nikko Securities
America, Inc., JRI America, Inc., Manufacturers Bank, SMBC Global Foundation,
Inc., SMBC Financial Services, Inc., SMBC Cayman LC Limited, SMBC Capital
Partners LLC, SMBC Leasing Investment LLC, SMBC Marine Finance, Inc.,
Sakura Preferred Capital (Cayman), Limited, TLP Rail Trust I, FRS I, LLC, and
FR Holdings, LLC and its subsidiaries. “SMBC Parties” also means TLP Rail
Trust I, a Delaware Statutory Trust, SMBC Rail Services, LLC, as the owner
participant and beneficiary of TLP Rail Trust I, and Wilmington Trust Company,
Trustee of TLP Rail Trust I. “SMBC Parties” also means Liberty Mutual Holding
Company, Inc. and its subsidiaries and affiliates, Liberty Mutual Group Inc., Liberty
Mutual Insurance Company, Liberty Insurance Underwriters Inc., Liberty Surplus
Insurance Corporation, and Liberty International Underwriters (collectively, “Liberty”)
and any reinsurers that Liberty has any policy, agreement, contract, or treaty with that
relates in any way to any of the SMBC Parties or any insurance policy issued by Liberty
to any of the SMBC Parties.
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Notwithstanding the foregoing or anything else in this list, and without implying or
providing any limitation, the term “Released Parties” as used herein or above does not include,
and shall not be deemed to include Canadian Pacific Railway Company.
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SCHEDULE 2
LIST OF NON-OPERATING WORKING INTEREST OWNERS OR
JOINT VENTURERS IN OASIS OPERATED WELLS
Whiting Oil And Gas Corporation;
Hess Corporation;
Hess Bakken Investments II LLC
Continental Resources Inc.;
Sinclair Oil And Gas Company;
Conoco Phillips Company;
Black Bear Resources, LLP;
Castlerock Resources Inc.;
Deep Creek Exploration;
Enerplus Resources Usa Corporation;
Fidelity E&P Company:
Fidelity Exploration &Production Co;
Inland Oil & Gas Corporation;
Jake Energy Inc.;
Kerogen Resources Inc.;
Lilley & Company;
Lilley And Associates LLC;
Linn Energy Holdings LLC;
Lone Rider Trading Company;
Mayhem Oil And Gas Inc.;
Missouri River Royalty Corp;
Nj Petroleum LLC;
Northern Energy Corporation;
Northern Oil & Gas Inc.;
O.T. Cross Oil LLC;
Ottertail Land & Permit Services;
Penroc Oil Corporation;
Reef 2011 Private Drilling Fund LP;
Shakti Energy LLC;
Slawson Exploration Company Inc.;
Statoil Oil & Gas LP;
WHC Exploration LLC;
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SCHEDULE 5
LIST OF NON-OPERATING WORKING INTEREST OWNERS OR JOINT
VENTURERS IN MARATHON OPERATED WELLS
ALAMEDA ENERGY INC
ARTHUR FRANK LONG JR
BEARTOOTH RIDGE RESOURCES
CARL W STERUD JR
CHUGASH EXPLORATION LP
CONDOR PETROLEUM INC
CONTINENTAL RESOURCES INC
DISPUTED STATE-TRIBAL INTEREST
ENDEAVOR ENERGY RESOURCES LP
ENERPLUS RESOURCES CORPORATION
ESTATE OF KARL WILLIAM STERUD
ESTATE OF WALLACE HICKEL
EVERTSON ENERGY PARTNERS LLC
GADECO LLC
GOLDENEYE RESOURCES LLC
HALCON WILLISTON I LLC
HESS BAKKEN INVESTMENTS II LLC
ILAJEAN REAMS
JENNIFER BYSTROM
JOSEPHINE ANN KJONAAS
KOOTENAI RESOURCE CORP
LA PETROLEUM INC
LGFE-M LP
LINDA ELWOOD
LOUIS WALTER LONG
MARCIN PRODUCTION LLC
MICHAEL HARVEY STERUD
MISSOURI RIVER ROYALTY CORPORATION
MONTANA OIL PROPERTIES INC
MONTE TEDDY LONG
NATURAL RESOURCE PARTNERS LP
NORTHERN ENERGY CORP
NORTHERN OIL AND GAS INC
PETROGULF CORP
QEP ENERGY COMPANY
RAINBOW ENERGY MARKETING CORP
RONALD KNIGHT
S REGER FAMILY INC
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SLAWSON EXPLORATION COMPANY INC
SLAWSON RESOURCES COMPANY
SPOTTED HAWK DEVELOPMENT LLC
STEWART GEOLOGICAL INC
TDB RESOURCES LP
USG PROPERTIES BAKKEN II LLC
VERSA ENERGY LLC
VITESSE ENERGY LLC
VITESSE OIL LLC
W NORTH FUND II LP
ZAGOIL COMPANY LLC
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SCHEDULE 6
LIST OF NON-OPERATING WORKING INTEREST OWNERS OR JOINT
VENTURERS IN QEP OPERATED WELLS
3LAND INC
ACTION REALTORS INC
ADELE L. SKODA
AMERADA HESS CORPORATION
ANDREW J HORVAT REVOCABLE TRUST
ARMSTRONG CHILDREN'S TRUST
ARMSTRONG MINERALS, LLC
AVALON NORTH LLC
BADLANDS HOLDING COMPANY
BANDED ROCK LLC
BIG PRAIRIE INVESTMENTS, LLC
BLACK STONE ENERGY COMPANY, LLC
BORGOIL RESOURCES, LLP
BRUCE P. IVERSON
BURLINGTON RESOURCES OIL & GAS
BXP PARTNERS III, LP
CHUGASH EXPLORATION LP
CONTINENTAL RESOURCES INC
COPPERHEAD CORPORATION
CRESCENT ENERGY, INC.
CRS MINERALS LLC
DAKOTA WEST LLC
DALE LEASE ACQUISITIONS 2011-B LP
DAVIS EXPLORATION
DEBRA KAY TORNBERG
DEEP CREEK EXPLORATION LLC
DEVON ENERGY PRODUCTION CO. LP
DIAMOND EXPLORATION INC
DORCHESTER MINERALS LP
DUANE A. IVERSON
E. W. BOWLES
ENDEAVOR ENERGY RESOURCES LP
ENERPLUS RESOURCES (USA)
ESTATE OF ROBERT J MCCANN JR
EZ OIL, LLC
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FORESTAR PETROLEUM GROUP
GAEDEKE WILLISTON BASIN HOLDINGS
GARY LEE MCCORMICK
GREEN RIVER ENERGY LLC
HALCON RESOURCES CORP COMPANY
HESS BAKKEN INVESTMENTS II LLC
HESS CORPORATION
INTERNATIONAL PETROLEUM CORPORATION
INTERNOS, INC.
J KAMP OIL LLC
JEFF GARSKE
JERALDINE BJORNSON
JJS WORKING INTERESTS LLC
JOEL ALM
JOHN B. BJORNSON
JT ENERGY, LLC
JTT OIL LLC
JUNE ANN GREENBERG
KENNETH STEVENSON
KODIAK OIL & GAS (USA) INC
L LOWRY MAYS
LANDSOUTH PROPERTIES, LLC
LEE MCCORMICK MARITAL TRUST
LEGION LAND & EXPLORATION CORP
LELAND STENEHJEM, JR.
LGFE-M L.P.
LINDSEY K MULLENIX
LMAC, LLC
LONE RIDER TRADING COMPANY
LONETREE ENERGY & ASSOCIATES
M & M ENERGY INC
MADDOX FAMILY TRUST
MARATHON OIL COMPANY
MBI OIL & GAS LLC
MCBRIDE OIL & GAS CORPORATION
MILBURN INVESTMENTS, LLC
MISSOURI RIVER ROYALTY COMPANY
MUREX PETROLEUM CORPORATION
NORTHERN ENERGY CORPORATION
NORTHERN OIL AND GAS, INC.
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NORTHLAND ROYALTY CORPORATION
NOWITZKI OIL & GAS LP
O. A. HANSON
OPINOR ANNA PTY KAISER FUND
PETROGLYPH ENERGY
PETROVAUGHN INC.
PHILIP R. BISHOP
PRADERA DEL NORTE, INC.
RALPH MADDOX FAMILY TRUST
RAVEN OIL PROPERTIES INC
REEF 2011 PRIVATE DRILLING FUND LP
ROBERT J. MCCORMICK
ROBERT POST JOHNSON
SCOTT ENERGY, LLC
SCOTT K. BJORNSON
SCOTT WARD
SIDNEY K. LEACH
SIERRA RESOURCES INC
SINCLAIR OIL & GAS COMPANY
SIXTY NINE OIL & GAS LP
SKLARCO LLC
SLAWSON EXPLORATION CO INC
SM ENERGY COMPANY
SOUTH FORK EXPLORATION, LLC
SPOTTED HAWK DEVELOPMENT LLC
SRP ENTERPRISES, INC.
STEVEN H HARRIS FAMILY LIMITED
STUBER MINERAL RESOURCES LLC
SUNDHEIM OIL CORPORATION
SUSAN D STENEHJEM
THE ERICKSON FAMILY TRUST
THE MILLENNIUM CORPORATION
THE TRIPLE T INC.
TIMOTHY J. RITTER
TL & JH KAISER SUPERANNUATION
TURMOIL INC
TWIN CITY TECHNICAL, LLC
USG PROPERTIES BAKKEN II LLC
VINNIE CORP
VINTAGE OIL & GAS, LLC
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VIVIAN MCCORMICK WARREN
WESTERN ENERGY CORPORATION
WILLIAM G SEAL ESTATE
WOLF ENERGY LLC
XTO ENERGY INC
XTO OFFSHORE INC
ZACHARY D VANOVER
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LIST OF NON OPERATING WORKING INTEREST OWNERS
OR JOINT VENTURERS IN SLAWSON OPERATED WELLS
A.G. Andrikopoulos Resources, Inc.
Abercrombie Energy, Inc.
Alameda Energy, Inc.
Anthony J. Klein
Bakken HBT II, LP
Beartooth Ridge Resources, Inc.
Beck Sherven Legion Post #290
Benjamin Kirkaldie
BigSky Oil & Gas, LLC
Bob Featherer LLC
Brendall Energy, LLC
Burlington Northern & Sante Fe
C King Oil
Cedar Creek Wolverine, LLC
Centaur Consulting, LLC
Chugash Exploration, LP
Comanche Exploration Company
Continental Resources, Inc.
Craig A. Slawson
D. Sumner Chase, III 2001 Irr. Trust
David L. Hilleren
David W. Strickler Trust
Davis Exploration, LLC
Deep Blue, LLC
Dogwood Hill Farms, LLC
DS&S Chase, LLC
Enerplus Resources (USA) Corp
Formation Energy LP
Frederic Putnam
Gadeco, LLC
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Gaedeke Williston Basin, Ltd.
Gasco Limited Partnership
GHG Partners, LLC
Great Plains Oil Properties, LLC
Greenhead Energy, Inc.
Gulfport Energy Corporation
HRC Energy, LLC
Huston Energy Corporation
Icenine Properties, LLC
Inland Oil and Gas Corporation
James H Bragg
John Schell
Kenneth Lyson and Claudia G. Lyson
Kodiak Oil & Gas (USA), Inc.
Kootenai Resources Corporation
L D Davis & Marilyn Davis, JTS
Lario Oil and Gas Company
Linn Energy Holdings, LLC
Marcin Production, LLC
Mark Lee
Marshall & Winston, Inc.
Mary Newman
Melbby Gas III, LLC
Missouri River Royalty Corporation
Montana Oil Properties, Inc.
MRG Holdings, LLC
Mwiley Resources, Inc.
Nadel and Gussman Bakken, LLC
Northern Oil and Gas, Inc.
Oxy USA, Inc.
Pegasus Group Inc.
Petro-Huston, LLC
Petroshale (US) Inc.
Pine Oil Co.
Pine Petroleum, Inc.
Piscato Oil, LLC
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Polish Oil & Gas, Inc.
Raymond Resources Inc.
Riley Resources, Inc.
Robert A. Erickson & Cleo
S. Reger Family, Inc.
Sheringham Corporation
Slawson Resources Co.
Statoil Oil & Gas, LP
Stewart Geological, Inc.
Stuart F. Chase
Stuart F. Chase 2001 Irr. Trust
Thomas Lambert
Todd Slawson
Todd Slawson Trust
Tracker Resource Development III, LLC
U S Energy Development Corporation
USG Properties Bakken II, LLC
Vitesse Energy, LLC
Vitesse Oil, LLC
W B Oil LLC
Whiting Oil and Gas
Windsor Dakota, LLC
Zagoil Company, LLC
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SCHEDULE 15
LIST OF UTCC’S INSURERS AND REINSURERS
Canadian Insurance Companies
ACE INA Insurance
Chartis Insurance Company of Canada (n/k/a AIG Insurance Company of Canada)
Westport Insurance Corporation
U.S. Insurance Companies
ACE American Insurance Company
American Zurich Insurance Company
Lexington Insurance Company
North American Capacity Insurance Company
Starr Indemnity & Liability Company
Bermudian Insurance Companies
ACE Bermuda Insurance Ltd.
Allied World Assurance Company Ltd.
Argo Re Ltd.
Chartis Excess Limited (n/k/a American International Reinsurance Company Ltd.)
Chubb Atlantic Indemnity Ltd.
Hanseatic Insurance Company (Bermuda) Limited
Iron-Starr Excess Agency Ltd. / Ironshore Insurance Ltd. / Starr Insurance & Reinsurance
Limited
Starr Insurance & Reinsurance Limited
XL Insurance (Bermuda) Ltd.
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SCHEDULE 18
LIST OF NON-OPERATING INTEREST OWNERS OR JOINT VENTURERS IN
BURLINGTON RESOURCES OIL & GAS COMPANY LP (A WHOLLY OWNED
SUBSIDIARY OF CONOCOPHILLIPS) OPERATED WELLS
Continental Resources Inc.
Hess Corporation
Hess Bakken Investment II, LLC
JAG Oil Limited Partnership
Linn Energy Holdings LLC
Newfield Production Company
Northern Oil & Gas, Inc.
Twin City Technical LLC
WM ND Energy Resources II, LLC
QEP Energy Co.
Questar Exploration & Production Co.
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SCHEDULE 23
LIST OF IRVING INSURERS
1. ACE INA Insurance
x
CGL 523952
x
XBC 602712
2. Zurich Insurance plc, UK Branch
x
B0509E1149413
x
B0509E1181313
3. Zurich lnsurance Company Ltd
x
8840960
x
8838799
4. AEGIS, Syndicate AES 1225
x
B0509E1149413
5. Mitsui Sumitomo, Insurance Corporate Capital, Limited as sole member of Syndicate, 3210
at Lloyds
x B0509E1181113
6. QBE Casualty Syndicate 386
x
B0509E1181113
7. QBE Syndicate 1886
x
B0509E1181113
8. Underwriters at Lloyd's and Lloyd's Syndicates, Subscribing to Policy No.
B0509HM231013, including the following
x AEGIS Syndicate AES 1225
x
Syndicate CNP 4444
x
Syndicate MKL 3000
x
Syndicate HIS 33
x
Syndicate LIB 4472
x
Syndicate ANV 1861
x
Syndicate MFM 2468
x
Syndicate AUW 609
x
Syndicate TUL 1301
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Syndicate AML 2001
x
Syndicate NAV 1221
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9. XL Insurance (Bermuda) Ltd.
x
XLUMB-742875
10. Oil Casualty Insurance, Ltd.
x
U920303-0313
11. Argo Re Ltd.
x
ARGO-CAS-OR-000227.1
12. Chubb Atlantic lndemnity Ltd.
x
3310-17-91
13. Zurich Insurance Company Ltd
x
8838799
14. Iron-Starr Excess Agency Ltd.
x
1S0000822
15. AIG Excess Liability Insurance International Limited
x
1657346
16. ACE Bermuda Insurance Ltd.
x
1OC-1338/5
17. Liberty Mutual Insurance Company
x
XSTO-631084-013
18. ACE Underwriting Agencies Limited, as managing agency of Syndicate 2488 at Lloyd's, and
ACE European Group Limited
x
B0509EI181413
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SCHEDULE 24
LIST OF WORLD FUEL INSURERS (Subject to Note 1 below)
1. Zurich American Insurance Company (“Zurich”). Zurich is included in Schedule A only
with respect to its indemnity limits, and not with respect to its obligation to defend or pay
defense costs to the World Fuel Parties. Zurich is included on Schedule A solely with
respect to the following policies:
•
•
Zurich American Insurance Company Policy GLO 5955601-00 (eff.
07/01/2013 – 07/01/2014); and
Zurich American Insurance Company Policy ZE 5761197-00 (eff.
07/01/2013 – 07/01/2014)
2. Federal Insurance Company (GL) (“Federal (GL)”). Federal (GL) is included in Schedule A
only with respect to its indemnity limits, and not with respect to its obligation to defend or
pay defense costs to the World Fuel Parties. Federal (GL) is included on Schedule A solely
with respect to the following policy:
•
Federal Insurance Company Policy 3597-82-72 NHO (eff. 11/07/2012 –
11/07/2013)
3. Alterra Excess & Surplus Insurance Company (“Alterra”). Alterra is included on Schedule A
solely with respect to the following policy:
•
Alterra Excess & Surplus Insurance Company Policy MAX3EC50000211
(eff. 11/07/2012 – 11/07/2013)
4. ACE Property and Casualty Insurance Company (“ACE”). Ace is included on Schedule A
solely with respect to the following policy:
•
ACE Property and Casualty Insurance Company Policy XOO G27047026
(eff. 07/01/2013 – 07/01/2014)
5. Ironshore Specialty Insurance Company (“Ironshore”). Ironshore is included on Schedule A
solely with respect to the following policy:
•
Ironshore Specialty Insurance Company Policy 001709800 (eff.
07/01/2013 – 07/01/2014)
6. *XL Insurance America, Inc. (“XL”). XL is included on Schedule A solely with respect to
the following policy:
•
•
XL Insurance America, Inc. Policy US00065550LI13A (eff. 07/01/2013 –
07/01/2014)]
* settlement subject to determination of WFS’s ultimate derailment
liability
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7. Federal Insurance Company and Chubb Custom Insurance Company (Pollution)
(“collectively, Chubb”). Chubb is included on Schedule A solely with respect to the
following policies:
•
•
•
Federal Insurance Company Policy 37313421 (eff. 10/1/2010 –
10/1/2020);
Chubb Custom Insurance Company Policy 37313810 (eff. 4/17/2012 –
4/17/2017); and
Chubb Custom Insurance Company Policy 37313496 (eff. 12/31/2010 –
12/31/2020)
8. Lexington Insurance Company and Chartis Specialty Insurance Company (collectively,
“AIG”). AIG is included on Schedule A solely with respect to the following policies:
•
•
•
Lexington Insurance Company Policy PLS 5652718 (eff. 06/01/11 –
07/01/14);
Chartis Specialty Insurance Company Policy PLS 1951951 (eff. 07/01/11
– 07/01/14); and
Chartis Specialty Insurance Company PLS 18809548 (eff. 05/11/12 –
05/11/15)
9. Crum and Forster Specialty Insurance Company (“Crum & Forster”). Crum & Forster is
included on Schedule A solely with respect to the following policies:
•
•
Crum & Forster Specialty Insurance Company Policy EPK 101162 (eff.
03/16/13-03/16/14); and
Crum & Forster Specialty Insurance Company Policy EFX 100400 (eff.
03/16/13-03/16/14)]
Note 1. Notwithstanding anything above or elsewhere in the Plan or the CCAA Plan, no insurer
shall be included in this Schedule 24 or as a Released Party in the Plan or the CCAA Plan, or
otherwise obtain the benefits of the Plan or the CCAA Plan, unless and until that insurer enters
into a separate settlement agreement with the World Fuel Parties (mutually acceptable to the
World Fuel Parties and that insurer) relating to insurance coverage for the Derailment. Any such
separate settlement agreement between the World Fuel Parties and an insurer shall be
specifically subject to the terms and conditions thereof, notwithstanding anything to the contrary
in the Plan, the CCAA Plan, or the Approval Orders (as defined in the CCAA Plan). The
releases set forth in the Plan, the CCAA Plan, and the Approval Orders are not intended to, and
shall not, extend to or otherwise release or discharge any Claims, rights, privileges, or benefits
held by the World Fuel Parties against the World Fuel Insurers or any other insurer of the World
Fuel Parties, which shall be governed by such separate settlement agreement between the World
Fuel Parties and such World Fuel Insurer or other insurer of the World Fuel Parties.
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Schedule B
Derailment Wrongful Death Claims Matrix
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Points Allocation Matrix
Criteria
Points per Criteria
1. Age of the decedents
Age of Decedent
x Less than 18
x 18 to less than 26
x 26 to less than 60
x 60 to less than 66
x 66 and greater
Points
x 3
x 8
x 10
x 8
x 3
2. If decedent survived by children
Age of Surviving Children
x Less than 21
x 21 to less than 31
x 31 to less than 51
x 51 and greater
Points
x 15
x 7
x 5
x 3
3. If decedent is survived by a spouse
Annual Income of Decedent
x Less than $20,000
x $20,000 to less than $50,000
x $50,000 to less than $75,000
x $75,000 to less than $100,000
x $100,000 and greater
Points
x 12.50
x 15.00
x 16.25
x 17.50
x 18.75
4. If decedent is survived by a spouse
but no children
x
x
If parents, 5 additional points
If no parents, but siblings, then 2.5 points per sibling
to a maximum of 7.5 points
5. If decedent is not survived by a
spouse or child and the decedent is a
minor
x
x
10 points for each surviving parent and
5 points for each surviving sibling
6. If decedent is not survived by a
spouse or child and the decedent is
not a minor
x
x
5 points for each surviving parent and
2.5 points for each surviving sibling
7. If decedent is survived by a child1
x
Set aside of 5% to parents and siblings with a
potential reallocation to ensure a minimum payment
of $25,000 to each parent and sibling
1
As set forth in the CCAA Plan, in the event that, following review of the Derailment Property Damage
Claims pursuant to the Claims Resolution Order (as defined in the CCAA Plan), the aggregate value of
the Derailment Property Damage Claims is reduced below CAD$75 million, the distribution related to the
difference between the amount of CAD$75 million and the revised aggregate value of these claims (the
“Economic Savings”) will be allocated as follows: (a) first, an amount up to CAD$884,000 to permit a
payment of up to CAD$24,000 to each of the grandparents and grandchildren of the deceased, in which
case the grandparents and grandchildren will be removed from Schedule B and included in this ¶7 of this
Schedule A; (b) second, an amount of Economic Savings to permit the increase of the carve-out for
parents, siblings, grandparents and grandchildren in this ¶7 of this Schedule A to increase from 5% up to
the equivalent of 12.5%; and (c) third, on a pro-rata basis, to the value of the claims in the other
categories described in Section 4.2(a), (b), (d) and (e) of the CCAA Plan. For greater certainty, the total
allocation of Economic Savings to increase the allocation to parents, siblings, grandparents and
grandchildren to 12.5% in the wrongful death category shall not exceed CAD$4.9 million.
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Victim
Total Points
Allocation %
Estimated Potential Distribution
1
68
4.83%
$5,374,000
2
23
1.65%
1,830,000
3
32
2.29%
2,548,000
4
20
1.43%
1,592,000
5
15
1.07%
1,194,000
6
20
1.43%
1,592,000
7
6
0.43%
478,000
8
38
2.68%
2,985,000
9
28
1.97%
2,189,000
10
14
1.00%
1,115,000
11
23
1.65%
1,831,000
12
16
1.15%
1,274,000
13
20
1.43%
1,592,000
14
28
1.97%
2,189,000
15
40
2.86%
3,185,000
16
52
3.69%
4,100,000
17
28
1.97%
2,189,000
18
25
1.79%
1,990,000
19
23
1.65%
1,830,000
20
40
2.86%
3,185,000
21
17
1.22%
1,353,000
22
18
1.29%
1,433,000
23
25
1.79%
1,990,000
24
21
1.47%
1,632,000
25
23
1.65%
1,831,000
26
55
3.94%
4,379,000
27
25
1.79%
1,990,000
28
53
3.76%
4,180,000
29
40
2.86%
3,185,000
30
31
2.18%
2,428,000
31
20
1.43%
1,592,000
32
23
1.65%
1,830,000
33
25
1.79%
1,990,000
34
40
2.86%
3,185,000
35
13
0.93%
1,035,000
36
13
0.93%
1,035,000
37
45
3.19%
3,543,000
38
21
1.47%
1,632,000
39
25
1.79%
1,990,000
40
30
2.15%
2,388,000
41
23
1.61%
1,791,000
42
41
2.95%
3,284,000
43
40
2.86%
3,185,000
44
40
2.86%
3,185,000
45
13
0.93%
1,035,000
46
53
3.76%
4,180,000
47
31
2.24%
2,488,000
48
40
2.86%
3,185,000
1,397
100.0%
$111,216,000
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The amounts above are prior to any fees that may be claimed by the claimants’ attorneys or the
Class Representatives, as applicable.
(all amounts are in Canadian dollars)
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Schedule C
Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claims Matrix
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Distribution Mechanism with Respect to the Moral Damage and Personal Injury Claims
Points
Estimated # of
claimants
Total points
%
Est. Dist.
Dist. per
claimant
5.0
3,700
18,500
24.9%
$11,677,000
$3,160
Per day of displacement
1.0
1,850
10,370
14.0%
6,545,000
630
Maximum
30.0
Red Zone/Yellow Zone
50.0
140
7,000
9.4%
4,418,000
31,560
Grandparents and grandchildren
(notes 1 & 5)
15.0
50
750
1.0%
473,000
9,460
50.0
250
5,000
16.8%
7,890,000
31,560
100.0
250
10,000
33.7%
15,780,000
63,120
50.0
2
100
0.1%
63,000
31,500
Trouble & Inconvenience
Evacuations
Post Traumatic Stress - short term
(note 2)
Post Traumatic Stress - long term
(note 2)
Bodily Injury
per day
Buffer (note 3)
Total (notes 1 & 4)
2,000,000
74,220
100%
$48,846,000
Note 1: This is a cumulative calculation, whereby one claimant can fall into more than one category, however wrongful death claimants
and grandparents and grandchildren cannot claim for post-traumatic stress.
Note 2: For those who have been given a medical diagnosis of post-traumatic stress, a depressive disorder, an anxiety disorder and/or
otherwise remain under medical care for mental health issues arising from the disaster and for those who were present in the red zone
at the time of the derailment. In order to qualify in this category and to determine if you qualify for short-term of long-term posttraumatic stress, further details will be required by the Monitor.
Note 3: To be used for any increase in the post-traumatic stress category (if any); thereafter, any unused portion will be distributed to all
the other categories of moral damages on a pro rata basis.
Note 4: The final amounts may vary depending on further information received.
Note 5: As set forth in the CCAA Plan, in the event that, following review of the Derailment Property Damage Claims pursuant to the
Claims Resolution Order (as defined in the CCAA Plan), the aggregate value of the Derailment Property Damage Claims is reduced
below CAD$75 million, the distribution related to the difference between the amount of CAD$75 million and the revised aggregate value
of these claims (the “Economic Savings”) will be allocated as follows: (a) first, an amount up to CAD$884,000 to permit a payment of
up to CAD$24,000 to each of the grandparents and grandchildren of the deceased, in which case the grandparents and grandchildren
will be removed from this Schedule B and included in ¶7 of Schedule A; (b) second, an amount of Economic Savings to permit the
increase of the carve-out for parents, siblings, grandparents and grandchildren in ¶7 of Schedule A to increase from 5% up to the
equivalent of 12.5%; and (c) third, on a pro-rata basis, to the value of the claims in the other categories described in Section 4.2(a), (b),
(d) and (e) of the CCAA Plan. For greater certainty, the total allocation of Economic Savings to increase the allocation to parents,
siblings, grandparents and grandchildren to 12.5% in the wrongful death category shall not exceed CAD$4.9 million.
(all amounts are in Canadian dollars)
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Schedule D
Distribution Mechanism with Respect to Property & Economic Damages Claims
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Distribution Mechanism with Respect to the
Property and Economic Damages Claims
x
Property and Economic Damages Claims will be valued pursuant to the Claims
Resolution Order.
x
The value of the Property and Economic Damages Claims is currently estimated at
$75 million.
x
Following the valuation of the Property and Economic Damages Claims pursuant to
the Claims Resolution Order, creditors having Proven Claims will be paid on a prorata basis.
x
In the event that, following the review of these claims pursuant to the Claims
Resolution Order, the aggregate value of the Property and Economic Damages
Claims is reduced below $75 million, the difference between the amount of $75
million and the revised aggregate value of these claims will be allocated on a prorata basis to the value of the claims in the other categories described in Sections 4.2
(a) (b) (d) and (e).
Any distributions made may be subject to fees that may be claimed by the
claimants’ attorneys or the Class Representatives, as applicable.
(all amounts are in Canadian dollars)
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Exhibit C
SRF 3431
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
DISTRICT OF MAINE
In re:
MONTREAL MAINE & ATLANTIC
RAILWAY, LTD.
Bk. No. 13-10670
Chapter 11
Debtor.
BALLOT FOR CLASS 8,
DERAILMENT MORAL DAMAGES AND PERSONAL INJURY CLAIMS
YOU ARE RECEIVING THIS BALLOT FOR PURPOSES OF VOTING ON THE PLAN
AS A HOLDER OF A CLASS 8 CLAIM AGAINST MONTREAL MAINE & ATLANTIC
RAILWAY, LTD.
Robert J. Keach, chapter 11 trustee (the “Trustee”) in the above-captioned chapter 11 case
of Montreal Maine & Atlantic Railway, Ltd. (the “Debtor”), is soliciting votes with respect to the
Trustee’s Revised First Amended Plan of Liquidation Dated July 15, 2015 [D.E. 1534] (as it may
be amended, modified, or supplemented from time to time, the “Plan”), 1 from the Holders of
certain impaired Claims against the Debtor. If you have any questions on how to complete this
Ballot, please contact the Trustee’s claims and notice agent at (855) 388-4576.
The Trustee’s records indicate that, as of July 15, 2015, you are the Holder of a Claim in
Class 8 under the Plan (the “Voting Class”). Please use this Ballot to cast your vote to accept or
reject the Plan. The United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maine (the “Bankruptcy
Court”) has approved the Revised First Amended Disclosure Statement for the Trustee’s Plan of
Liquidation Dated July 15, 2015 [D.E. 1535] (as it may be amended, modified, or supplemented
from time to time, the “Disclosure Statement,” and the order approving the Disclosure Statement,
the “Disclosure Statement Order”), which provides information to assist you in deciding whether
to vote to accept or reject the Plan. Bankruptcy Court approval of the Disclosure Statement does
not indicate approval of the Plan by the Bankruptcy Court.
IMPORTANT
You should review the Disclosure Statement and the Plan before you vote. You may
wish to seek legal advice concerning the Plan and the classification and treatment of your
Claim or Claims under the Plan.
VOTING DEADLINE: September 10, 2015 at 5:00 P.M. (prevailing Eastern Time).
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All capitalized terms used but not defined herein have the meanings ascribed to such terms in the Plan.
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In order for your vote to be counted, the Ballot must be properly completed, signed,
and returned so that it is actually received by the Trustee’s claims and notice agent by no
later than 5:00 p.m. (prevailing Eastern Time) on September 10, 2015, unless such time is
extended by the Trustee. If you are sending your Ballot by regular mail, overnight courier
or hand delivery, please mail to:
Montreal Maine Ballot Processing
c/o Prime Clerk LLC
830 Third Avenue, 9th Floor
New York, NY 10022
BALLOTS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED BY TELECOPY, FACSIMILE, E-MAIL
OR OTHER ELECTRONIC MEANS OF TRANSMISSION.
If your Ballot is not received by the Trustee’s claims and notice agent on or before the
Voting Deadline and such deadline is not extended by the Trustee, your vote will not count
as either an acceptance or rejection of the Plan (unless the Trustee receives no Ballots from
any Holders of Claims in your Class, in which case, pursuant to the Plan, your entire Class
will be deemed to have voted to accept the Plan).
Even if you intend to vote to reject the Plan, you must still read, complete, and execute
this entire Ballot.
If the Plan is confirmed by the Bankruptcy Court, the Plan will be binding on you
whether or not you vote.
Your receipt of this Ballot does not signify that your Claim(s) has been or will be
allowed. The Trustee reserves all rights to dispute such Claim(s).
This Ballot is not a letter of transmittal and may not be used for any purpose other than to
cast votes to accept or reject the Plan.
VOTING INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING THE BALLOT
1. This Ballot is submitted to you to solicit your vote to accept or reject the Plan. PLEASE
READ THE PLAN AND THE DISCLOSURE STATEMENT CAREFULLY
BEFORE COMPLETING THIS BALLOT.
2. The Plan will be accepted by each Voting Class if (a) it is accepted by the Holders of twothirds in amount and more than one-half in number of Claims in such Class voting on the
Plan or (b) no Holder of any Claim in such Class submits a Ballot. If the Plan is confirmed
by the Bankruptcy Court, all Holders of Claims against and Equity Interests in the Debtor
(including those Holders who abstain from voting or who reject the Plan, and those Holders
who are not entitled to vote on the Plan) will be bound by the confirmed Plan and the
transactions contemplated thereby.
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3. In order for your vote to be counted, this Ballot must be properly completed, signed, and
returned in the envelope provided. The deadline for the receipt by the Trustee’s claims and
notice agent of all Ballots is no later than 5:00 p.m. (prevailing Eastern Time) on
September 10, 2015, unless such time is extended in writing by the Trustee.
BALLOTS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED BY TELECOPY, FACSIMILE, E-MAIL, OR
OTHER ELECTRONIC MEANS OF TRANSMISSION.
4. To properly complete this Ballot, you must follow the procedures described below:
a. Make sure that the information contained in Item 1 is correct.
b. Cast a vote to accept or reject the Plan by checking the appropriate box in Item 2.
c. Review and complete Item 3, including the following:
i. if you are completing this Ballot on behalf of another person or entity,
indicate your relationship with such person or entity and the capacity in
which you are signing. You may be requested to provide satisfactory
evidence of your authority to so act (e.g., a power of attorney or a certified
copy of board resolutions authorizing you to so act);
ii. provide your name and mailing address; and
iii. sign and date your Ballot and provide the remaining information requested.
d. Return your Ballot (with an original signature) using the enclosed pre-addressed
return envelope or by hand delivery or overnight courier to the Trustee’s claims and
notice agent at the following address:
By U.S. Mail, Hand Delivery or Overnight Mail:
Montreal Maine Ballot Processing
c/o Prime Clerk LLC
830 Third Avenue, 9th Floor
New York, NY 10022
5. If you also hold Claims in a Voting Class other than Classes 9, 10, 11, or 13, you will
receive a different Ballot for each such Claim. Your vote will be counted in determining
acceptance or rejection of the Plan by a Voting Class only if you complete, sign and return
the Ballot in accordance with the instructions on that Ballot.
6. If you believe that you have received this Ballot in error, please contact the Trustee’s claims
and notice agent immediately.
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7. IF YOU (A) HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING THIS BALLOT, (B) DID NOT
RECEIVE A RETURN ENVELOPE WITH THIS BALLOT, (C) DID NOT RECEIVE A
COPY OF THE DISCLOSURE STATEMENT OR PLAN, OR (D) NEED ADDITIONAL
COPIES OF THIS BALLOT OR OTHER ENCLOSED MATERIALS, PLEASE
CONTACT THE TRUSTEE’S CLAIMS AND NOTICE AGENT AT (855) 388-4576.
8. PLEASE DO NOT DIRECT ANY INQUIRIES TO THE BANKRUPTCY COURT.
PLEASE ALSO NOTE THAT THE TRUSTEE’S CLAIMS AND NOTICE AGENT IS
NOT PERMITTED TO GIVE LEGAL ADVICE.
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PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING:
Item 1. Amount of Claims (for voting purposes only). To the extent required to determine
whether Class 8 has accepted or rejected the Plan, the value of the undersigned’s claim shall be
determined in accordance with (a) the Distribution Mechanism with Respect to the Moral Damage
Claims attached as Schedule B to the Plan (the “Matrix”) and (b) the Derailment Claims Voting
Procedures approved in the Disclosure Statement Order. Pursuant to the Derailment Claims
Voting Procedures, solely for voting purposes, the aggregate value of Derailment Moral Damages
and Personal Injury Claims is deemed to be $100 million. The dollar value of an individual
Holder’s vote will equal the percentage of the points assigned to such Holder in the Matrix times
the deemed aggregate value of the Claims in such Class ($100 million). By way of example, if the
Holder of a Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claim would be awarded 5% of the
total Matrix points, the dollar value of his or her vote would be five million dollars
($5,000,000.00).
Item 2. Vote on the Plan. The undersigned Holder of the Claims identified in Item 1 hereby votes
to:
Check One Box Only
 Accept the Plan
 Reject the Plan
Item 3. Acknowledgements and Certification. By signing this Ballot, the undersigned
acknowledges that the undersigned has been provided with a copy of the Disclosure Statement and
the Plan, including all exhibits thereto, as well as notice of the hearing to consider confirmation of
the Plan. The undersigned certifies that (i) it is the Holder of the Claims identified in Item 1 above,
and (ii) it has full power and authority to vote to accept or reject the Plan. The undersigned
acknowledges that the Trustee’s solicitation of votes is subject to all terms and conditions set forth
in the Disclosure Statement and the order of the Bankruptcy Court approving the Disclosure
Statement and the procedures for the solicitation of votes to accept or reject the Plan contained
therein.
Name of Claimant
Social Security No./Federal Tax I.D. No. of Claimant
Signature
Name of Signatory (if different than claimant)
If by Authorized Agent, Title of Agent
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City, State and Zip Code
Telephone Number
E-mail Address
Date Completed
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FRANÇAISE, LA VERSION ANGLAISE PRÉVAUDRA.
UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
DISTRICT OF MAINE
In re:
MONTREAL MAINE & ATLANTIC
RAILWAY, LTD.
Bk. No. 13-10670
Chapter 11
Debtor
BALLOT FOR CLASS 8,
DERAILMENT MORAL DAMAGES AND PERSONAL INJURY CLAIMS
VOUS RECEVEZ CE BALLOT (BULLETIN DE VOTE) À DES FINS DE VOTE SUR LE
PLAN EN TANT QUE HOLDER OF A CLASS 8 CLAIM CONTRE MONTREAL
MAINE & ATLANTIC RAILWAY, LTD.
Robert J. Keach, Chapter 11 Trustee (le « Trustee ») syndic en vertu du Chapitre 11 Case
mentionné en rubrique concernant Montreal Maine & Atlantic Railway, Ltd. (la « Debtor »),
sollicite par les présentes des votes sur le Trustee’s Revised First Amended Plan of Liquidation
Dated July 15, 2015 [D.E. 1534] (comme celui-ci peut être amendé ou modifié, le « Plan », 1 auprès
des Holders de certaines Impaired Claims contre la Debtor. Si vous avez des questions sur la façon
de remplir ce Ballot, veuillez contacter Trustee’s claims and notice agent au (855) 388-4576.
Les dossiers du Trustee indiquent qu'à la date du 15 juillet 2015, vous étiez le Holder d’une Claim
de la Class 8 en vertu du Plan (la « Voting Class »). Veuillez utiliser ce Ballot pour donner votre
vote d'acceptation ou de rejet du Plan. Le United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maine
(le « Bankruptcy Court ») a approuvé le Revised First Amended Disclosure Statement for the
Trustee’s Plan of Liquidation Dated July 15, 2015 [D.E. 1535] (tel qu'il peut être amendé ou
modifié, ou faire l'objet de suppléments de temps à autre, le « Disclosure Statement, » et
l'ordonnance approuvant le Disclosure Statement, le « Disclosure Statement Order »), qui contient
des informations visant à vous aider à décider si vous voulez voter pour accepter ou rejeter le Plan.
L'approbation du Disclosure Statement par la Bankruptcy Court n'indique pas que ladite
Bankruptcy Court approuve le Plan.
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Toutes les expressions comportant une majuscule initiale qui sont utilisées mais ne sont pas définies aux présentes
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IMPORTANT
Il vous incombe d'examiner le Disclosure Statement et le Plan avant de voter. Vous
voudrez peut-être obtenir une opinion légale sur le Plan ainsi que sur la classification et le
traitement de votre claim ou de vos claims en vertu du Plan.
VOTING DEADLINE (DATE LIMITE DE VOTE) : 10 septembre 2015 à 17h00 (Heure de
l'Est applicable).
Pour qu'il soit tenu compte de votre vote, le Ballot doit avoir été rempli correctement,
signé et renvoyé pour pouvoir être effectivement reçu par le Trustee’s claims and notice
agent au plus tard à 17h00 (Heure de l'Est applicable) le 10 septembre 2015, sauf report de
cette date limite par le Trustee. Si vous envoyez votre Ballot de vote par courrier ordinaire,
service de messagerie de 24 heures ou remise en mains propres, veuillez utiliser l'adresse
suivante :
Montreal Maine Ballot Processing
c/o Prime Clerk LLC
830 Third Avenue, 9th Floor
New York, NY 10022
LES BALLOTS ENVOYÉS PAR TÉLÉCOPIE, FAC-SIMILÉ, COURRIEL OU
AUTRES MOYENS DE TRANSMISSION ÉLECTRONIQUE NE SERONT PAS
ACCEPTÉS.
Si votre Ballot n'est pas reçu par le Trustee’s claims and notice agent au plus tard à
la Voting Deadline, et si ladite voting deadline n'est pas repoussée par le Trustee, votre vote
ne sera pas compté, ni comme une acceptation, ni comme un rejet du Plan (sauf si le Trustee
ne reçoit aucun Ballot de quelconques Holders of Claims de votre Class, auquel cas, en
application du Plan, toute votre Class sera réputée avoir voté pour accepter le Plan).
Même si vous avez l'intention de voter pour rejeter le Plan, il vous appartient toujours
de lire, de remplir et de signer tout ce Ballot.
Si le Plan est confirmé par la Bankruptcy Court, le Plan sera contraignant pour vous,
que vous ayez voté ou non.
Le fait que vous ayez reçu ce Ballot ne signifie pas que votre Claim ou vos Claims
a/ont été ou sera/seront admise(s). Le Trustee se réserve tous les droits de contester une telle
Claim ou de telles Claims.
Ce Ballot n'est pas une lettre d'accompagnement et ne peut pas être utilisé dans un but
autre que de voter pour accepter ou rejeter le Plan.
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EN CAS DE DIVERGENCE ENTRE LA VERSION ANGLAISE ET LA VERSION
FRANÇAISE, LA VERSION ANGLAISE PRÉVAUDRA.
INSTRUCTIONS POUR REMPLIR LE BALLOT
1. Ce Ballot vous est soumis pour solliciter votre vote afin d'accepter ou de rejeter le Plan.
VEUILLEZ LIRE ATTENTIVEMENT LE PLAN ET LE DISCLOSURE
STATEMENT AVANT DE REMPLIR CE BALLOT.
2. Le Plan sera accepté par chaque Voting Class si (a) il est accepté par les Holders des deuxtiers du montant et de plus de la moitié du nombre des Claims dans chaque Class votant
sur le plan ou (b) aucun Holder de Claim dans cette Class ne soumet de Ballot. Si le Plan
est confirmé par la Bankruptcy Court, tous les Holders de Claims contre la Debtor et
d’Equity Interest dans la Debtor (y compris les Holders qui s'abstiennent de voter ou qui
rejettent le Plan, et les Holders qui ne sont pas admis à voter sur le Plan) seront liés par le
Plan confirmé et les transactions envisagées en liaison avec celui-ci.
3. Pour que votre vote puisse être compté, ce Ballot doit être rempli correctement, signé et
renvoyé dans l'enveloppe fournie. La date limite pour la réception de de tous les Ballot par
le Trustee’s claims and notice agent est au plus tard à 17h00 (Heure de l'Est applicable)
le 10 septembre 2015, sauf report de cette date limite sous forme écrite par le Trustee.
LES BALLOTS ENVOYÉS PAR TÉLÉCOPIE, FAC-SIMILÉ, COURRIEL OU AUTRES
MOYENS DE TRANSMISSION ÉLECTRONIQUE NE SERONT PAS ACCEPTÉS.
4. Pour remplir correctement ce Ballot, vous devez suivre les procédures décrites ci-dessous :
a. Assurez-vous que les informations contenues à l’Item 1 sont correctes.
b. Votez pour accepter ou rejeter le Plan en cochant la case appropriée à l’Item 2.
c. Passez en revue et remplissez l’Item 3, y compris ce qui suit :
i. si vous remplissez ce Ballot pour le compte d'une autre personne physique
ou morale, indiquez votre lien avec une telle personne et la capacité en
laquelle vous signez. Il vous sera peut-être demandé de communiquer un
justificatif satisfaisant de votre pouvoir d'agir ainsi (p. ex., une procuration
ou une copie conforme de résolutions d'un conseil d'administration vous
autorisant à agir ainsi);
ii. indiquez votre nom et votre adresse postale; et
iii. signez et datez votre Ballot, et fournissez les autres informations
demandées.
d. Renvoyez votre Ballot (avec votre signature originale) en utilisant l'enveloppe de
renvoi pré-adressée fournie, utilisez un service de messagerie de 24 heures ou
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FRANÇAISE, LA VERSION ANGLAISE PRÉVAUDRA.
remettez le Ballot en mains propres au Trustee’s claims and notice agent à l'adresse
suivante :
Par courrier postal, par service de messagerie de 24 heures ou en mains propres :
Montreal Maine Ballot Processing
c/o Prime Clerk LLC
830 Third Avenue, 9th Floor
New York, NY 10022
5. Si vous détenez également des Claims dans une Voting Class autre que les Class 9, 10, 11
ou 13, vous recevrez un Ballot différent pour chaque autre Claim. Votre vote ne sera
compté pour déterminer l'acceptation ou le rejet du Plan par une Voting Class que si vous
remplissez, signez et renvoyez le Ballot conformément aux instructions figurant audit
Ballot.
6. Si vous pensez avoir reçu ce Ballot par erreur, veuillez contacter immédiatement le
Trustee’s claims and notice agent.
7. SI VOUS (A) AVEZ DES QUESTIONS CONCERNANT CE BALLOT, (B) N'AVEZ
PAS REÇU UNE ENVELOPPE DE RENVOI AVEC CE BALLOT (C) N'AVEZ PAS
REÇU UNE COPIE DU DISCLOSURE STATEMENT OU DU PLAN, OU (D) AVEZ
BESOIN DE PLUS DE COPIES DE CE BALLOT OU D'AUTRES DOCUMENTS
INCLUS, VEUILLEZ CONTACTER LE TRUSTEE’S CLAIMS AND NOTICE AGENT
AU (855) 388-4576.
8. VEUILLEZ NE PAS POSER DIRECTEMENT DE QUESTIONS À LA BANKRUPTCY
COURT. VEUILLEZ ÉGALEMENT NOTER QUE LE TRUSTEE’S NOTICING AND
SOLICITATION AGENT N'A PAS LE DROIT DE DONNER DE CONSEILS
JURIDIQUES.
[Le reste de la page est laissé vierge intentionnellement. Le formulaire du Ballot est à la page
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VEUILLEZ REMPLIR LE FORMULAIRE CI-APRÈS :
Item 1. Montant des Claims (à des fins de vote seulement). Dans la mesure nécessaire pour
déterminer si la Class 8 a accepté ou rejeté le Plan, la valeur de la réclamation du soussigné sera
déterminée conformément (a) au Distribution Mechanism with Respect to the Moral Damage
Claims joint à la Schedule B du Plan (la « Matrix ») et (b) aux Derailment Claims Voting
Procedures approuvées dans le Disclosure Statement Order. Conformément aux Derailment
Claims Voting Procedures, exclusivement à des fins de vote, la valeur consolidée des Claims
portant sur les Derailment Moral Damages and Personal Injury Claims est réputée atteindre
100 millions $. La valeur monétaire du vote d'un Holder individuel sera égale au pourcentage des
points attribués à ce Holder dans la Matrix multiplié par la valeur consolidée estimée des Claims
dans cette Class (100 millions $). À titre d'exemple, si le Holder of a Derailment Moral Damages
and Personal Injury Claim recevait 5 % du nombre total des points de la Matrix, la valeur monétaire
de son vote serait de cinq millions de dollars (5 000 000,00 $).
Item 2. Vote sur le Plan. Le Holder soussigné des Claims identifiées à l’Item 1 vote par les
présentes pour :
Ne cochez qu'une seule case
 Accepter le Plan
 Rejeter le Plan
Item 3. Reconnaissances et certification. En signant ce Ballot, le soussigné reconnaît qu'il lui a
été remis une copie du Disclosure Statement et du Plan, y compris toutes ses pièces jointes, ainsi
que la notification de l'audience relative à la confirmation du Plan. Le soussigné certifie (i) qu'il
est le Holder des Claims identifiées à l’Item 1 ci-dessus et (ii) qu'il a les pouvoirs et l'autorité
nécessaires pour voter afin d'accepter ou de rejeter le Plan. Le soussigné reconnaît que la
sollicitation de votes par le Trustee est faite sous réserve de toutes les conditions énoncées dans le
Disclosure Statement et l'ordonnance de la Bankruptcy Court approuvant le Disclosure Statement
et les procédures pour la sollicitation de votes afin d'accepter ou de rejeter le Plan y étant contenues.
Nom du Claimant
N° d’assurance sociale/Federal Tax I.D. No. of Claimant
__________________
Signature
Nom du Signataire (s'il est différent de celui du Claimant)
En cas de représentation par un Authorized Agent, Fonction de l'Authorized Agent
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Adresse
Ville, Province et code postal
Numéro de téléphone
Courriel
En date du
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
DISTRICT OF MAINE
In re:
MONTREAL MAINE & ATLANTIC
RAILWAY, LTD.
Bk. No. 13-10670
Chapter 11
Debtor.
BALLOT
THIS BALLOT IS TO BE USED FOR VOTING BY HOLDERS OF CERTAIN
IMPAIRED CLAIMS AGAINST MONTREAL MAINE & ATLANTIC RAILWAY, LTD.
Robert J. Keach, chapter 11 trustee (the “Trustee”) in the above-captioned chapter 11 case
of Montreal Maine & Atlantic Railway, Ltd. (the “Debtor”), is soliciting votes with respect to the
Trustee’s Revised First Amended Plan of Liquidation Dated July 15, 2015 [D.E. 1534] (as it may
be amended, modified, or supplemented from time to time, the “Plan”), 1 from the Holders of
certain impaired Claims against the Debtor. If you have any questions on how to complete this
Ballot, please contact the Trustee’s claims and notice agent at (855) 388-4576.
If you are, as of July 15, 2015, the Holder of a Claim in Class 9, 10, 11, or 13 under the
Plan (collectively, the “Voting Classes”), please use this Ballot to cast your vote to accept or reject
the Plan. The United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maine (the “Bankruptcy Court”)
has approved the Revised First Amended Disclosure Statement for the Trustee’s Plan of
Liquidation Dated July 15, 2015 [D.E. 1535] (as it may be amended, modified, or supplemented
from time to time, the “Disclosure Statement”), which provides information to assist you in
deciding whether to vote to accept or reject the Plan. Bankruptcy Court approval of the Disclosure
Statement does not indicate approval of the Plan by the Bankruptcy Court.
IMPORTANT
You should review the Disclosure Statement and the Plan before you vote. You may
wish to seek legal advice concerning the Plan and the classification and treatment of your
Claim or Claims under the Plan.
VOTING DEADLINE: September 10, 2015 at 5:00 P.M. (prevailing Eastern Time).
In order for your vote to be counted, the Ballot must be properly completed, signed,
and returned so that it is actually received by the Trustee’s claims and notice agent by no
later than 5:00 p.m. (prevailing Eastern Time) on September 10, 2015, unless such time is
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All capitalized terms used but not defined herein have the meanings ascribed to such terms in the Plan.
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extended by the Trustee. If you are sending your Ballot by regular mail, overnight courier
or hand delivery, please mail to:
Montreal Maine Ballot Processing
c/o Prime Clerk LLC
830 Third Avenue, 9th Floor
New York, NY 10022
BALLOTS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED BY TELECOPY, FACSIMILE, E-MAIL
OR OTHER ELECTRONIC MEANS OF TRANSMISSION.
If your Ballot is not received by the Trustee’s claims and notice agent on or before the
Voting Deadline and such deadline is not extended by the Trustee, your vote will not count
as either an acceptance or rejection of the Plan (unless the Trustee receives no Ballots from
any Holders of Claims in your Class, in which case, pursuant to the Plan, your entire Class
will be deemed to have voted to accept the Plan).
Even if you intend to vote to reject the Plan, you must still read, complete, and execute
this entire Ballot.
If the Plan is confirmed by the Bankruptcy Court, the Plan will be binding on you
whether or not you vote.
Your receipt of this Ballot does not signify that your Claim(s) has been or will be
allowed. The Trustee reserves all rights to dispute such Claim(s).
This Ballot is not a letter of transmittal and may not be used for any purpose other than to
cast votes to accept or reject the Plan.
VOTING INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING THE BALLOT
1. This Ballot is submitted to you to solicit your vote to accept or reject the Plan. PLEASE
READ THE PLAN AND THE DISCLOSURE STATEMENT CAREFULLY
BEFORE COMPLETING THIS BALLOT.
2. The Plan will be accepted by each Voting Class if (a) it is accepted by the Holders of twothirds in amount and more than one-half in number of Claims in such Class voting on the
Plan or (b) no Holder of any Claim in such Class submits a Ballot. If the Plan is confirmed
by the Bankruptcy Court, all Holders of Claims against and Equity Interests in the Debtor
(including those Holders who abstain from voting or who reject the Plan, and those Holders
who are not entitled to vote on the Plan) will be bound by the confirmed Plan and the
transactions contemplated thereby.
3. In order for your vote to be counted, this Ballot must be properly completed, signed, and
returned in the envelope provided. The deadline for the receipt by the Trustee’s claims and
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notice agent of all Ballots is no later than 5:00 p.m. (prevailing Eastern Time) on
September 10, 2015, unless such time is extended in writing by the Trustee.
BALLOTS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED BY TELECOPY, FACSIMILE, E-MAIL, OR
OTHER ELECTRONIC MEANS OF TRANSMISSION.
4. To properly complete this Ballot, you must follow the procedures described below:
a. Make sure that the information contained in Item 1 is correct.
b. Cast a vote to accept or reject the Plan by checking the appropriate box in Item 2.
c. Review and complete Item 3, including the following:
i. if you are completing this Ballot on behalf of another person or entity,
indicate your relationship with such person or entity and the capacity in
which you are signing. You may be requested to provide satisfactory
evidence of your authority to so act (e.g., a power of attorney or a certified
copy of board resolutions authorizing you to so act);
ii. provide your name and mailing address; and
iii. sign and date your Ballot and provide the remaining information requested.
d. Return your Ballot (with an original signature) using the enclosed pre-addressed
return envelope or by hand delivery or overnight courier to the Trustee’s claims and
notice agent at the following address:
By U.S. Mail, Hand Delivery or Overnight Mail:
Montreal Maine Ballot Processing
c/o Prime Clerk LLC
830 Third Avenue, 9th Floor
New York, NY 10022
5. If you also hold Claims in a Voting Class other than Classes 9, 10, 11, or 13, you will
receive a different Ballot for each such Claim. Your vote will be counted in determining
acceptance or rejection of the Plan by a Voting Class only if you complete, sign and return
the Ballot in accordance with the instructions on that Ballot.
6. If you believe that you have received this Ballot in error, please contact the Trustee’s claims
and notice agent immediately.
7. IF YOU (A) HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING THIS BALLOT, (B) DID NOT
RECEIVE A RETURN ENVELOPE WITH THIS BALLOT, (C) DID NOT RECEIVE A
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COPY OF THE DISCLOSURE STATEMENT OR PLAN, OR (D) NEED ADDITIONAL
COPIES OF THIS BALLOT OR OTHER ENCLOSED MATERIALS, PLEASE
CONTACT THE TRUSTEE’S NOTICING AND SOLICITATION AGENT AT (855)
388-4576.
8. PLEASE DO NOT DIRECT ANY INQUIRIES TO THE BANKRUPTCY COURT.
PLEASE ALSO NOTE THAT THE TRUSTEE’S NOTICING AND SOLICITATION
AGENT IS NOT PERMITTED TO GIVE LEGAL ADVICE.
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PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING:
Item 1. Amount of Claims. The undersigned hereby certifies that it holds Claims against the
Debtor in the Voting Class(es) and amount(s) set forth below:
Voting Class
Claim Amount
Class 9 (Derailment Property Damage Claims)
$
Class 10 (Derailment Government Claims)
$
Class 11 (Derailment Subrogated Insurance Claims)
$
Class 13 (General Unsecured Claims)
$
Item 2. Vote on the Plan. The undersigned Holder of the Claims identified in Item 1 hereby votes
to:
Check One Box Only
 Accept the Plan
 Reject the Plan
Item 3. Acknowledgements and Certification. By signing this Ballot, the undersigned
acknowledges that the undersigned has been provided with a copy of the Disclosure Statement and
the Plan, including all exhibits thereto, as well as notice of the hearing to consider confirmation of
the Plan. The undersigned certifies that (i) it is the Holder of the Claims identified in Item 1 above,
and (ii) it has full power and authority to vote to accept or reject the Plan. The undersigned
acknowledges that the Trustee’s solicitation of votes is subject to all terms and conditions set forth
in the Disclosure Statement and the order of the Bankruptcy Court approving the Disclosure
Statement and the procedures for the solicitation of votes to accept or reject the Plan contained
therein.
Name of Claimant
Social Security No./Federal Tax I.D. No. of Claimant
Signature
Name of Signatory (if different than claimant)
If by Authorized Agent, Title of Agent
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City, State and Zip Code
Telephone Number
E-mail Address
Date Completed
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
DISTRICT OF MAINE
In re:
MONTREAL MAINE & ATLANTIC
RAILWAY, LTD.
Bk. No.13-10670
Chapter 11
Debtor
BALLOT
CE BALLOT (BULLETIN DE VOTE) DOIT ÊTRE UTILISÉ AUX FINS DE VOTE PAR
LES DÉTENTEURS DE CERTAINES IMPAIRED CLAIMS CONTRE MONTREAL
MAINE & ATLANTIC RAILWAY, LTD.
Robert J. Keach, chapter 11 trustee (le « Trustee ») syndic en vertu du Chapter 11 Case
mentionné en rubrique concernant Montreal Maine & Atlantic Railway, Ltd. (la « Debtor »),
sollicite par les présentes des votes sur le Trustee’s First Amended Plan of Liquidation Dated July
15, 2015 [D.E. 1534] (comme celui-ci peut être amendé ou modifié, le « Plan »1, auprès des
Holders de certaines Impaired Claims contre la Debtor. Si vous avez des questions sur la façon de
remplir ce Ballot, veuillez contacter le Trustee’s claims and notice agent au (855) 388-4576.
Si vous êtes, à la date du 15 juillet 2015, un Holder d’une Claim dans la Class 9, 10, 11,
or 13 en vertu du Plan (collectivement, les « Voting Classes »), veuillez utiliser ce Ballot pour
accepter ou rejeter le Plan. La United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maine (la «
Bankruptcy Court ») a approuvé le Revised First Amended Disclosure Statement for the Trustee’s
Plan of Liquidation Dated July 15, 2015 [D.E. 1535] (tel qu'il peut être amendé ou modifié, ou
faire l'objet de suppléments de temps à autre, le « Disclosure Statement », qui contient des
informations visant à vous aider à décider si vous voulez voter pour accepter ou rejeter le Plan.
L'approbation du Disclosure Statement par la Bankruptcy Court n'indique pas que ladite
Bankruptcy Court approuve également le Plan.
IMPORTANT
Il vous incombe d'examiner le Disclosure Statement et le Plan avant de voter. Vous
voudrez peut-être obtenir une opinion légale sur le Plan ainsi que sur la classification et le
traitement de votre Claim ou de vos Claims en vertu du Plan.
VOTING DEADLINE (DATE LIMITE DE VOTE) : 10 septembre 2015 à 17h00 (Heure de
l'Est applicable).
1Toutes
les expressions comportant une majuscule initiale qui sont utilisées mais ne sont pas définies aux présentes
ont la signification qui leur est attribuée dans le Plan.
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Pour qu'il soit tenu compte de votre vote, le Ballot doit avoir été rempli correctement,
signé et renvoyé pour pouvoir être effectivement reçu par le Trustee’s claims and notice
agent au plus tard à 17h00 (Heure de l'Est applicable) le 10 septembre 2015, sauf report de
cette date limite par le Trustee. Si vous envoyez votre Ballot par courrier ordinaire, service
de messagerie de 24 heures ou remise en mains propres, veuillez utiliser l'adresse suivante :
Montreal Maine Ballot Processing
c/o Prime Clerk LLC
830 Third Avenue, 9th Floor
New York, NY 10022
LES BALLOTS ENVOYÉS PAR TÉLÉCOPIE, FAC-SIMILÉ, COURRIEL OU
AUTRES MOYENS DE TRANSMISSION ÉLECTRONIQUE NE SERONT PAS
ACCEPTÉS.
Si votre Ballot n'est pas reçu par le Trustee’s claims and notice agent au plus tard à
la Voting Deadline, et si ladite voting deadline n'est pas repoussée par le Trustee, votre vote
ne sera pas compté, ni comme une acceptation, ni comme un rejet du Plan (sauf si le Trustee
ne reçoit aucun Ballot de quelconques Holders of Claims de votre Class, auquel cas, en
application du Plan, toute votre Class sera réputée avoir voté pour accepter le Plan).
Même si vous avez l'intention de voter pour rejeter le Plan, il vous appartient toujours
de lire et de remplir entièrement ce Ballot et de le signer.
Si le Plan est confirmé par la Bankruptcy Court, ledit Plan sera contraignant pour
vous, que vous ayez voté ou non.
Le fait que vous ayez reçu le présent Ballot ne signifie pas que votre Claim ou vos
Claims a/ont été ou sera/seront admise(s). Le Trustee se réserve tous les droits de contester
une telle Claim ou de telles Claims.
Ce Ballot n'est pas une lettre d'accompagnement et ne peut pas être utilisé dans un but
autre que de voter pour accepter ou rejeter le Plan.
INSTRUCTIONS POUR REMPLIR LE BALLOT
1. Ce Ballot vous est soumis pour solliciter votre vote afin d'accepter ou de rejeter le Plan.
VEUILLEZ LIRE ATTENTIVEMENT LE PLAN ET LE DISCLOSURE
STATEMENT AVANT DE REMPLIR CE BALLOT.
2. Le Plan sera accepté par chaque Voting Class si (a) il est accepté par les Holders des deuxtiers du montant et de plus de la moitié du nombre des Claims dans chaque Class votant
sur le plan ou (b) aucun Holder de Claim dans cette Class ne soumet de Ballot. Si le Plan
est confirmé par la Bankruptcy Court, tous les Holders de Claims contre la Debtor et
d’Equity Interest dans la Debtor (y compris les Holders qui s'abstiennent de voter ou qui
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rejettent le Plan, et les Holders qui ne sont pas admis à voter sur le Plan) seront liés par le
Plan confirmé et les transactions envisagées en liaison avec celui-ci.
3. Pour que votre vote puisse être compté, ce Ballot doit être rempli correctement, signé et
renvoyé dans l'enveloppe fournie. La date limite pour la réception de de tous les Ballot par
le Trustee’s claims and notice agent est au plus tard à 17h00 (Heure de l'Est applicable)
le 10 septembre 2015, sauf report de cette date limite sous forme écrite par le Trustee.
LES BALLOTS ENVOYÉS PAR TÉLÉCOPIE, FAC-SIMILÉ, COURRIEL OU AUTRES
MOYENS DE TRANSMISSION ÉLECTRONIQUE NE SERONT PAS ACCEPTÉS.
4. Pour remplir correctement ce Ballot, vous devez suivre les procédures décrites ci-dessous :
a. Assurez-vous que les informations contenues à l’Item 1 sont correctes.
b. Votez pour accepter ou rejeter le Plan en cochant la case appropriée à l’Item 2.
c. Passez en revue et remplissez l’Item 3, y compris ce qui suit :
i. si vous remplissez ce Ballot pour le compte d'une autre personne physique
ou morale, indiquez votre lien avec une telle personne et la capacité en
laquelle vous signez. Il vous sera peut-être demandé de communiquer un
justificatif satisfaisant de votre pouvoir d'agir ainsi (p. ex., une procuration
ou une copie conforme de résolutions d'un conseil d'administration vous
autorisant à agir ainsi);
ii. indiquez votre nom et votre adresse postale; et
iii. signez et datez votre Ballot, et fournissez les autres informations
demandées.
d. Renvoyez votre Ballot (avec votre signature originale) en utilisant l'enveloppe de
renvoi pré-adressée fournie, utilisez un service de messagerie de 24 heures ou
remettez le Ballot en mains propres au Trustee’s claims and notice agent à l'adresse
suivante :
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Par courrier postal, par service de messagerie de 24 heures ou en mains propres :
Montreal Maine Ballot Processing
c/o Prime Clerk LLC
830 Third Avenue, 9th Floor
New York, NY 10022
5. Si vous détenez également des Claims dans une Voting Class autre que les Class 9, 10, 11
ou 13, vous recevrez un Ballot différent pour chaque autre Claim. Votre vote ne sera
compté pour déterminer l'acceptation ou le rejet du Plan par une Voting Class que si vous
remplissez, signez et renvoyez le Ballot conformément aux instructions figurant audit
Ballot.
6. Si vous pensez avoir reçu ce Ballot par erreur, veuillez contacter immédiatement le
Trustee’s claims and notice agent.
7. SI VOUS (A) AVEZ DES QUESTIONS CONCERNANT CE BALLOT, (B) N'AVEZ
PAS REÇU UNE ENVELOPPE DE RENVOI AVEC CE BALLOT (C) N'AVEZ PAS
REÇU UNE COPIE DU DISCLOSURE STATEMENT OU DU PLAN, OU (D) AVEZ
BESOIN DE PLUS DE COPIES DE CE BALLOT OU D'AUTRES DOCUMENTS
INCLUS, VEUILLEZ CONTACTER LE TRUSTEE’S CLAIMS AND NOTICE AGENT
AU (855) 388-4576.
8. VEUILLEZ NE PAS POSER DIRECTEMENT DE QUESTIONS À LA BANKRUPTCY
COURT. VEUILLEZ ÉGALEMENT NOTER QUE LE TRUSTEE’S NOTICING AND
SOLICITATION AGENT N'A PAS LE DROIT DE DONNER DE CONSEILS
JURIDIQUES.
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VEUILLEZ REMPLIR LE FORMULAIRE CI-APRÈS :
Item 1. Montant des Claims Le soussigné certifie par les présentes qu'il détient des Claims contre
la Debtor dans la ou les Voting Class(es) et pour le(s) montant(s) indiqué(s) ci-dessous :
Voting Class
Montant de la Claim
Class 9 (Derailment Property Damage Claims)
$
Class 10 (Derailment Government Claims)
$
Class 11 (Derailment Subrogated Insurance Claims)
$
Class 13 (General Unsecured Claims)
$
Item 2. Vote sur le Plan. Le Holder soussigné des Claims identifiées à l’Item 1 vote par les
présentes pour :
Ne cochez qu'une seule case
 Accepter le Plan
 Rejeter le Plan
Item 3. Reconnaissances et certification. En signant ce Ballot, le soussigné reconnaît qu'il lui a
été remis une copie du Disclosure Statement et du Plan, y compris toutes ses pièces jointes, ainsi
que la notification de l'audience relative à la confirmation du Plan. Le soussigné certifie (i) qu'il
est le Holder des Claims identifiées à l’Item 1 ci-dessus et (ii) qu'il a les pouvoirs et l'autorité
nécessaires pour voter afin d'accepter ou de rejeter le Plan. Le soussigné reconnaît que la
sollicitation de votes par le Trustee est faite sous réserve de toutes les conditions énoncées dans le
Disclosure Statement et l'ordonnance de la Bankruptcy Court approuvant le Disclosure Statement
et les procédures pour la sollicitation de votes afin d'accepter ou de rejeter le Plan y étant contenues.
Nom du Claimant
N° d’assurance sociale/Federal Tax I.D. No. of Claimant
__________________
Signature
Nom du Signataire (s'il est différent de celui du Claimant)
En cas de représentation par un Authorized Agent, Titre dudit Authorized Agent
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Ville, Province et code postal
Numéro de téléphone
Courriel
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Exhibit E
SRF 3431
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
DISTRICT OF MAINE
In re:
MONTREAL MAINE & ATLANTIC
RAILWAY, LTD.
Bk. No. 13-10670
Chapter 11
Debtor.
BALLOT FOR CLASS 12,
DERAILMENT WRONGFUL DEATH CLAIMS
YOU ARE RECEIVING THIS BALLOT FOR PURPOSES OF VOTING ON THE PLAN
AS A HOLDER OF A CLASS 12 CLAIM AGAINST MONTREAL MAINE &
ATLANTIC RAILWAY, LTD.
Robert J. Keach, chapter 11 trustee (the “Trustee”) in the above-captioned chapter 11 case
of Montreal Maine & Atlantic Railway, Ltd. (the “Debtor”), is soliciting votes with respect to the
Trustee’s Revised First Amended Plan of Liquidation Dated July 15, 2015 [D.E. 1534] (as it may
be amended, modified, or supplemented from time to time, the “Plan”) 1 from the Holders of certain
impaired Claims against the Debtor. If you have any questions on how to complete this Ballot,
please contact the Trustee’s claims and notice agent at (855) 388-4576.
The Trustee’s records indicate that, as of July 15, 2015, you are the Holder of a Claim in
Class 12 under the Plan (the “Voting Class”). Please use this Ballot to cast your vote to accept or
reject the Plan. The United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maine (the “Bankruptcy
Court”) has approved the Revised First Amended Disclosure Statement for the Trustee’s Plan of
Liquidation Dated July 15, 2015 [D.E. 1535] (as it may be amended, modified, or supplemented
from time to time, the “Disclosure Statement,” and the order approving the Disclosure Statement,
the “Disclosure Statement Order”), which provides information to assist you in deciding whether
to vote to accept or reject the Plan. Bankruptcy Court approval of the Disclosure Statement does
not indicate approval of the Plan by the Bankruptcy Court.
IMPORTANT
You should review the Disclosure Statement and the Plan before you vote. You may
wish to seek legal advice concerning the Plan and the classification and treatment of your
Claim or Claims under the Plan.
VOTING DEADLINE: September 10, 2015 at 5:00 P.M. (prevailing Eastern Time).
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All capitalized terms used but not defined herein have the meanings ascribed to such terms in the Plan.
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In order for your vote to be counted, the Ballot must be properly completed, signed,
and returned so that it is actually received by the Trustee’s noticing and solicitation agent
by no later than 5:00 p.m. (prevailing Eastern Time) on September 10, 2015, unless such time
is extended by the Trustee. If you are sending your Ballot by regular mail, overnight courier
or hand delivery, please mail to:
Montreal Maine Ballot Processing
c/o Prime Clerk LLC
830 Third Avenue, 9th Floor
New York, NY 10022
BALLOTS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED BY TELECOPY, FACSIMILE, E-MAIL
OR OTHER ELECTRONIC MEANS OF TRANSMISSION.
If your Ballot is not received by the Trustee’s noticing and solicitation agent on or
before the Voting Deadline and such deadline is not extended by the Trustee, your vote will
not count as either an acceptance or rejection of the Plan (unless the Trustee’s noticing and
solicitation agent receives no Ballots from any Holders of Claims in your Class, in which
case, pursuant to the Plan, your entire Class will be deemed to have voted to accept the Plan).
Even if you intend to vote to reject the Plan, you must still read, complete, and execute
this entire Ballot.
If the Plan is confirmed by the Bankruptcy Court, the Plan will be binding on you
whether or not you vote.
Your receipt of this Ballot does not signify that your Claim(s) has been or will be
allowed. The Trustee reserves all rights to dispute such Claim(s).
This Ballot is not a letter of transmittal and may not be used for any purpose other than to
cast votes to accept or reject the Plan.
VOTING INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING THE BALLOT
1. This Ballot is submitted to you to solicit your vote to accept or reject the Plan. PLEASE
READ THE PLAN AND THE DISCLOSURE STATEMENT CAREFULLY
BEFORE COMPLETING THIS BALLOT.
2. The Plan will be accepted by each Voting Class if (a) it is accepted by the Holders of twothirds in amount and more than one-half in number of Claims in such Class voting on the
Plan or (b) no Holder of any Claim in such Class submits a Ballot. If the Plan is confirmed
by the Bankruptcy Court, all Holders of Claims against and Equity Interests in the Debtor
(including those Holders who abstain from voting or who reject the Plan and those Holders
who are not entitled to vote on the Plan) will be bound by the confirmed Plan and the
transactions contemplated thereby.
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3. In order for your vote to be counted, this Ballot must be properly completed, signed, and
returned in the envelope provided. The deadline for the receipt by the Trustee’s noticing
and solicitation agent of all Ballots is no later than 5:00 p.m. (prevailing Eastern Time)
on September 10, 2015, unless such time is extended in writing by the Trustee.
BALLOTS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED BY TELECOPY, FACSIMILE, E-MAIL, OR
OTHER ELECTRONIC MEANS OF TRANSMISSION.
4. To properly complete this Ballot, you must follow the procedures described below:
a. Make sure that the information contained in Item 1 is correct.
b. Cast a vote to accept or reject the Plan by checking the appropriate box in Item 2.
c. Review and complete Item 3, including the following:
i. if you are completing this Ballot on behalf of another person or entity,
indicate your relationship with such person or entity and the capacity in
which you are signing. You may be requested to provide satisfactory
evidence of your authority to so act (e.g., a power of attorney or a certified
copy of board resolutions authorizing you to so act);
ii. provide your name and mailing address; and
iii. sign and date your Ballot and provide the remaining information requested.
d. Return your Ballot (with an original signature) using the enclosed pre-addressed
return envelope or by hand delivery or overnight courier to the Trustee’s noticing
and solicitation agent at the following address:
By U.S. Mail, Hand Delivery or Overnight Mail:
Montreal Maine Ballot Processing
c/o Prime Clerk LLC
830 Third Avenue, 9th Floor
New York, NY 10022
5. If you also hold Claims in a Voting Class other than Classes 9, 10, 11, or 13, you will
receive a different Ballot for each such Claim. Your vote will be counted in determining
acceptance or rejection of the Plan by a Voting Class only if you complete, sign and return
the Ballot in accordance with the instructions on that Ballot.
6. If you believe that you have received this Ballot in error, please contact the Trustee’s
noticing and solicitation agent immediately.
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7. IF YOU (A) HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING THIS BALLOT, (B) DID NOT
RECEIVE A RETURN ENVELOPE WITH THIS BALLOT, (C) DID NOT RECEIVE A
COPY OF THE DISCLOSURE STATEMENT OR PLAN, OR (D) NEED ADDITIONAL
COPIES OF THIS BALLOT OR OTHER ENCLOSED MATERIALS, PLEASE
CONTACT THE TRUSTEE’S CLAIMS AND NOTICING AGENT AT (855) 388-4576.
8. PLEASE DO NOT DIRECT ANY INQUIRIES TO THE BANKRUPTCY COURT.
PLEASE ALSO NOTE THAT THE TRUSTEE’S CLAIMS AND NOTICING AGENT IS
NOT PERMITTED TO GIVE LEGAL ADVICE.
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PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING:
Item 1. Amount of Claims (for voting purposes only). To the extent required to determine
whether Class 12 has accepted or rejected the Plan, the value of the undersigned’s claim shall be
determined in accordance with (a) the Distribution Mechanism with Respect to the Wrongful
Death Claims attached as Schedule A to the Plan (the “Matrix”) and (b) the Derailment Claims
Voting Procedures approved in the Disclosure Statement Order. Pursuant to the Derailment
Claims Voting Procedures, solely for voting purposes, the aggregate value of Derailment Wrongful
Death Claims is deemed to be $200 million. The dollar value of an individual Holder’s vote will
equal the percentage of the points assigned to such Holder in the Matrix times the deemed
aggregate value of the Claims in such Class ($200 million). By way of example, if the Holder of
a Derailment Wrongful Death Claim would be awarded 5% of the total Matrix points, the dollar
value of his or her vote would be ten million dollars ($10,000,000.00).
Item 2. Vote on the Plan. The undersigned Holder of the Claims identified in Item 1 hereby votes
to:
Check One Box Only
 Accept the Plan
 Reject the Plan
Item 3. Acknowledgements and Certification. By signing this Ballot, the undersigned
acknowledges that the undersigned has been provided with a copy of the Disclosure Statement and
the Plan, including all exhibits thereto, as well as notice of the hearing to consider confirmation of
the Plan. The undersigned certifies that (i) it is the Holder of the Claims identified in Item 1 above,
and (ii) it has full power and authority to vote to accept or reject the Plan. The undersigned
acknowledges that the Trustee’s solicitation of votes is subject to all terms and conditions set forth
in the Disclosure Statement and the order of the Bankruptcy Court approving the Disclosure
Statement and the procedures for the solicitation of votes to accept or reject the Plan contained
therein.
Name of Claimant
Social Security No./Federal Tax I.D. No. of Claimant
Signature
Name of Signatory (if different than claimant)
If by Authorized Agent, Title of Agent
Street Address
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Telephone Number
E-mail Address
Date Completed
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EN CAS DE DIVERGENCE ENTRE LA VERSION ANGLAISE ET LA VERSION
FRANÇAISE, LA VERSION ANGLAISE PRÉVAUDRA.
UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
DISTRICT OF MAINE
In re:
MONTREAL MAINE & ATLANTIC
RAILWAY, LTD.
Bk. No. 13-10670
Chapter 11
Debtor
BALLOT FOR CLASS 12,
DERAILMENT WRONGFUL DEATH CLAIMS
VOUS RECEVEZ CE BALLOT (BULLETIN DE VOTE) À DES FINS DE VOTE SUR LE
PLAN EN TANT QUE HOLDER D'UNE CLAIM DE CLASS 12 CONTRE MONTREAL
MAINE & ATLANTIC RAILWAY, LTD.
Robert J. Keach, Chapter 11 Trustee (le « Trustee ») syndic en vertu du Chapitre 11 Case
mentionné en rubrique concernant Montreal Maine & Atlantic Railway, Ltd. (la « Debtor »),
sollicite par les présentes des votes sur le Trustee’s Revised First Amended Plan of Liquidation
Dated July 15, 2015 [D.E. 1534] (comme celui-ci peut être amendé ou modifié, le « Plan », 1 auprès
des Holders de certaines Impaired Claims contre la Debtor. Si vous avez des questions sur la façon
de remplir ce Ballot, veuillez contacter Trustee’s claims and notice agent au (855) 388-4576.
Les dossiers du Trustee indiquent qu'à la date du 15 juillet 2015, vous étiez le Holder d’une Claim
de la Class 12 en vertu du Plan (la « Voting Class »). Veuillez utiliser ce Ballot pour donner votre
vote d'acceptation ou de rejet du Plan. Le United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maine
(le « Bankruptcy Court ») a approuvé le Revised First Amended Disclosure Statement for the
Trustee’s Plan of Liquidation Dated July 15, 2015 [D.E. 1535] (tel qu'il peut être amendé ou
modifié, ou faire l'objet de suppléments de temps à autre, le « Disclosure Statement, » et
l'ordonnance approuvant le Disclosure Statement, le « Disclosure Statement Order »), qui contient
des informations visant à vous aider à décider si vous voulez voter pour accepter ou rejeter le Plan.
L'approbation du Disclosure Statement par la Bankruptcy Court n'indique pas que ladite
Bankruptcy Court approuve le Plan.
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Toutes les expressions comportant une majuscule initiale qui sont utilisées mais ne sont pas définies aux présentes
ont la signification qui leur est attribuée dans le Plan.
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IMPORTANT
Il vous incombe d'examiner le Disclosure Statement et le Plan avant de voter. Vous
voudrez peut-être obtenir une opinion légale sur le Plan ainsi que sur la classification et le
traitement de votre claim ou de vos claims en vertu du Plan.
VOTING DEADLINE (DATE LIMITE DE VOTE) : 10 septembre 2015 à 17h00 (Heure de
l'Est applicable).
Pour qu'il soit tenu compte de votre vote, le Ballot doit avoir été rempli correctement,
signé et renvoyé pour pouvoir être effectivement reçu par le Trustee’s claims and notice
agent au plus tard à 17h00 (Heure de l'Est applicable) le 10 septembre 2015, sauf report de
cette date limite par le Trustee. Si vous envoyez votre Ballot de vote par courrier ordinaire,
service de messagerie de 24 heures ou remise en mains propres, veuillez utiliser l'adresse
suivante :
Montreal Maine Ballot Processing
c/o Prime Clerk LLC
830 Third Avenue, 9th Floor
New York, NY 10022
LES BALLOTS ENVOYÉS PAR TÉLÉCOPIE, FAC-SIMILÉ, COURRIEL OU
AUTRES MOYENS DE TRANSMISSION ÉLECTRONIQUE NE SERONT PAS
ACCEPTÉS.
Si votre Ballot n'est pas reçu par le Trustee’s claims and notice agent au plus tard à
la Voting Deadline, et si ladite voting deadline n'est pas repoussée par le Trustee, votre vote
ne sera pas compté, ni comme une acceptation, ni comme un rejet du Plan (sauf si le Trustee
ne reçoit aucun Ballot de quelconques Holders of Claims de votre Class, auquel cas, en
application du Plan, toute votre Class sera réputée avoir voté pour accepter le Plan).
Même si vous avez l'intention de voter pour rejeter le Plan, il vous appartient toujours
de lire, de remplir et de signer tout ce Ballot.
Si le Plan est confirmé par la Bankruptcy Court, le Plan sera contraignant pour vous,
que vous ayez voté ou non.
Le fait que vous ayez reçu ce Ballot ne signifie pas que votre Claim ou vos Claims
a/ont été ou sera/seront admise(s). Le Trustee se réserve tous les droits de contester une telle
Claim ou de telles Claims.
Ce Ballot n'est pas une lettre d'accompagnement et ne peut pas être utilisé dans un but
autre que de voter pour accepter ou rejeter le Plan.
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INSTRUCTIONS POUR REMPLIR LE BALLOT
1. Ce Ballot vous est soumis pour solliciter votre vote afin d'accepter ou de rejeter le Plan.
VEUILLEZ LIRE ATTENTIVEMENT LE PLAN ET LE DISCLOSURE
STATEMENT AVANT DE REMPLIR CE BALLOT.
2. Le Plan sera accepté par chaque Voting Class si (a) il est accepté par les Holders des deuxtiers du montant et de plus de la moitié du nombre des Claims dans chaque Class votant
sur le plan ou (b) aucun Holder de Claim dans cette Class ne soumet de Ballot. Si le Plan
est confirmé par la Bankruptcy Court, tous les Holders de Claims contre la Debtor et
d’Equity Interest dans la Debtor (y compris les Holders qui s'abstiennent de voter ou qui
rejettent le Plan, et les Holders qui ne sont pas admis à voter sur le Plan) seront liés par le
Plan confirmé et les transactions envisagées en liaison avec celui-ci.
3. Pour que votre vote puisse être compté, ce Ballot doit être rempli correctement, signé et
renvoyé dans l'enveloppe fournie. La date limite pour la réception de de tous les Ballot par
le Trustee’s claims and notice agent est au plus tard à 17h00 (Heure de l'Est applicable)
le 10 septembre 2015, sauf report de cette date limite sous forme écrite par le Trustee.
LES BALLOTS ENVOYÉS PAR TÉLÉCOPIE, FAC-SIMILÉ, COURRIEL OU AUTRES
MOYENS DE TRANSMISSION ÉLECTRONIQUE NE SERONT PAS ACCEPTÉS.
4. Pour remplir correctement ce Ballot, vous devez suivre les procédures décrites ci-dessous :
a. Assurez-vous que les informations contenues à l’Item 1 sont correctes.
b. Votez pour accepter ou rejeter le Plan en cochant la case appropriée à l’Item 2.
c. Passez en revue et remplissez l’Item 3, y compris ce qui suit :
i. si vous remplissez ce Ballot pour le compte d'une autre personne physique
ou morale, indiquez votre lien avec une telle personne et la capacité en
laquelle vous signez. Il vous sera peut-être demandé de communiquer un
justificatif satisfaisant de votre pouvoir d'agir ainsi (p. ex., une procuration
ou une copie conforme de résolutions d'un conseil d'administration vous
autorisant à agir ainsi);
ii. indiquez votre nom et votre adresse postale; et
iii. signez et datez votre Ballot, et fournissez les autres informations
demandées.
d. Renvoyez votre Ballot (avec votre signature originale) en utilisant l'enveloppe de
renvoi pré-adressée fournie, utilisez un service de messagerie de 24 heures ou
remettez le Ballot en mains propres au Trustee’s claims and notice agent à l'adresse
suivante :
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Par courrier postal, par service de messagerie de 24 heures ou en mains propres :
Montreal Maine Ballot Processing
c/o Prime Clerk LLC
830 Third Avenue, 9th Floor
New York, NY 10022
5. Si vous détenez également des Claims dans une Voting Class autre que les Class 9, 10, 11
ou 13, vous recevrez un Ballot différent pour chaque autre Claim. Votre vote ne sera
compté pour déterminer l'acceptation ou le rejet du Plan par une Voting Class que si vous
remplissez, signez et renvoyez le Ballot conformément aux instructions figurant audit
Ballot.
6. Si vous pensez avoir reçu ce Ballot par erreur, veuillez contacter immédiatement le
Trustee’s claims and notice agent.
7. SI VOUS (A) AVEZ DES QUESTIONS CONCERNANT CE BALLOT, (B) N'AVEZ
PAS REÇU UNE ENVELOPPE DE RENVOI AVEC CE BALLOT (C) N'AVEZ PAS
REÇU UNE COPIE DU DISCLOSURE STATEMENT OU DU PLAN, OU (D) AVEZ
BESOIN DE PLUS DE COPIES DE CE BALLOT OU D'AUTRES DOCUMENTS
INCLUS, VEUILLEZ CONTACTER LE TRUSTEE’S CLAIMS AND NOTICE AGENT
AU (855) 388-4576.
8. VEUILLEZ NE PAS POSER DIRECTEMENT DE QUESTIONS À LA BANKRUPTCY
COURT. VEUILLEZ ÉGALEMENT NOTER QUE LE TRUSTEE’S NOTICING AND
SOLICITATION AGENT N'A PAS LE DROIT DE DONNER DE CONSEILS
JURIDIQUES.
[Le reste de la page est laissé vierge intentionnellement. Le formulaire du Ballot est à la page
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VEUILLEZ REMPLIR LE FORMULAIRE CI-APRÈS :
Item 1. Montant des Claims (à des fins de vote seulement). Dans la mesure nécessaire pour
déterminer si la Class 12 a accepté ou rejeté le Plan, la valeur de la claim du soussigné sera
déterminée conformément (a) au Distribution Mechanism with Respect to the Wrongful Death
Claims joint à la Schedule A du Plan (la « Matrix ») et (b) aux Derailment Claims Voting
Procedures approuvées dans le Disclosure Statement Order. Conformément aux Derailment
Claims Voting Procedures, exclusivement à des fins de vote, la valeur consolidée des Derailment
Wrongful Death Claims est réputée atteindre 200 millions $. La valeur monétaire du vote d'un
Holder individuel sera égale au pourcentage des points attribués à ce Holder dans la Matrix
multiplié par la valeur consolidée estimée des Claims dans cette Class (200 millions $). À titre
d'exemple, si le Holder of a Derailment Wrongful Death Claim recevait 5 % du nombre total des
points de la Matrix, la valeur monétaire de son vote serait de dix millions de dollars
(10 000 000,00 $).
Item 2. Vote sur le Plan. Le Holder soussigné des Claims identifiées à l’Item 1 vote par les
présentes pour :
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 Accepter le Plan
 Rejeter le Plan
Item 3. Reconnaissances et certification. En signant ce Ballot, le soussigné reconnaît qu'il lui a
été remis une copie du Disclosure Statement et du Plan, y compris toutes ses pièces jointes, ainsi
que la notification de l'audience relative à la confirmation du Plan. Le soussigné certifie (i) qu'il
est le Holder des Claims identifiées à l’Item 1 ci-dessus et (ii) qu'il a les pouvoirs et l'autorité
nécessaires pour voter afin d'accepter ou de rejeter le Plan. Le soussigné reconnaît que la
sollicitation de votes par le Trustee est faite sous réserve de toutes les conditions énoncées dans le
Disclosure Statement et l'ordonnance de la Bankruptcy Court approuvant le Disclosure Statement
et les procédures pour la sollicitation de votes afin d'accepter ou de rejeter le Plan y étant contenues.
Nom du Claimant
N° d’assurance sociale/Federal Tax I.D. No. of Claimant
__________________
Signature
Nom du Signataire (s'il est différent de celui du Claimant)
En cas de représentation par un Authorized Agent, Fonction de l'Authorized Agent
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
DISTRICT OF MAINE
In re:
MONTREAL MAINE & ATLANTIC
RAILWAY, LTD.
Bk. No. 13-10670
Chapter 11
Debtor.
NOTICE OF NON-VOTING STATUS WITH RESPECT TO
CLASSES DEEMED TO ACCEPT THE PLAN
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT on July 17, 2015, the United States Bankruptcy Court
for the District of Maine (the “Bankruptcy Court”) entered an order [D.E. 1544] (the “Disclosure
Statement Order”) that, among other things: (a) approved the adequacy of the Revised First
Amended Disclosure Statement for the Trustee’s Plan of Liquidation Dated July 15, 2015 [D.E.
1535] (as it may be amended, modified, or supplemented from time to time, the “Disclosure
Statement”) filed in support of Trustee’s Revised First Amended Plan of Liquidation Dated July
15, 2015 [D.E. 1534] (as it may be amended, modified, or supplemented from time to time, the
“Plan”); 1 and (b) authorized Robert J. Keach, chapter 11 trustee (the “Trustee”) in the abovecaptioned chapter 11 case of Montreal Maine & Atlantic Railway, Ltd. (the “Debtor”) to solicit
votes to accept to reject the Plan from the Holders of certain impaired Claims against the Debtor.
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE THAT according to the Trustee’s records, you
hold one or more Claims in any of Classes 1 through 7 under the Plan. As such, you are receiving
this notice because your Claim(s) is/are Unimpaired under the Plan and, therefore, pursuant
to section 1126(f) of the Bankruptcy Code, you are not entitled to vote on the Plan because
you are conclusively presumed to have accepted the Plan. As such, and in accordance with the
Disclosure Statement Order, you have received a copy of the Confirmation Hearing Notice
together with this Notice.
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE THAT the Disclosure Statement, the Disclosure
Statement Order, the Plan, and the other documents and materials included in the Solicitation
Packages (excepting Ballots) may be obtained at no charge from the Trustee’s counsel at the
address below. You may also obtain copies of any pleadings filed in the Chapter 11 Case for a fee
via PACER at: http://www.meb.uscourts.gov.
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE THAT pursuant to the Disclosure Statement
Order, the Court has established September 10, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. (prevailing Eastern Time) as
1 All capitalized terms used but not defined herein have the meanings ascribed to such terms in the Plan or the
Trustee’s Motion for an Order (I) Approving Proposed Disclosure Statement; (II) Establishing Notice, Solicitation
and Voting Procedures; (III) Scheduling Confirmation Hearing; and (IV) Establishing Notice and Objection
Procedures for Confirmation of the Plan [D.E. 1432] (the “Disclosure Statement Motion”), as applicable.
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the deadline for filing and serving objections to the confirmation of the Plan (the “Confirmation
Objection Deadline”). Any objections to the Plan must: (i) be in writing; (ii) conform to the
Bankruptcy Rules and the Local Rules; (iii) state the name and address of the objecting party and
the amount and nature of the Claim; (iv) state with particularity the basis and nature of any
objection to the Plan; (v) propose a modification to the Plan that would resolve such objection (if
applicable); and (vi) be filed, contemporaneously with a proof of service, with the Court and served
so as to be actually received by each of the following notice parties by the Objection Deadline:
Chapter 11 Trustee:
U.S. Trustee:
Robert J. Keach, Esq.
BERNSTEIN, SHUR,
SAWYER & NELSON, P.A.
100 Middle Street
P.O. Box 9729
Portland, ME 04104
Telephone: (207) 774-1200
Facsimile: (207) 774-1127
Stephen G. Morrell, Esq.
OFFICE OF THE U.S. TRUSTEE
537 Congress Street
Portland, ME 04101
Telephone: (207) 780-3564
Dated: July 22, 2015
ROBERT J. KEACH
CHAPTER 11 TRUSTEE OF MONTREAL
MAINE & ATLANTIC RAILWAY, LTD.
By his attorneys:
/s/ Lindsay K. Zahradka
D. Sam Anderson, Esq.
Lindsay K. Zahradka, Esq. (admitted pro hac vice)
Timothy J. McKeon, Esq.
Roma N. Desai, Esq.
BERNSTEIN, SHUR, SAWYER & NELSON, P.A.
100 Middle Street
P.O. Box 9729
Portland, ME 04104-5029
Tel: (207) 774-1200
Fax: (207) 774-1127
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
DISTRICT OF MAINE
In re:
MONTREAL MAINE & ATLANTIC
RAILWAY, LTD.
Bk. No. 13-10670
Chapter 11
Debtor.
NOTICE OF NON-VOTING STATUS WITH RESPECT TO
CLASSES DEEMED TO REJECT THE PLAN
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT on July 17, 2015, the United States Bankruptcy Court
for the District of Maine (the “Bankruptcy Court”) entered an order [D.E. 1544] (the “Disclosure
Statement Order”) that, among other things: (a) approved the adequacy of the Revised First
Amended Disclosure Statement for the Trustee’s Plan of Liquidation Dated July 15, 2015 [D.E.
1535] (as it may be amended, modified, or supplemented from time to time, the “Disclosure
Statement”) filed in support of Trustee’s Revised First Amended Plan of Liquidation Dated July
15, 2015 [D.E. 1534] (as it may be amended, modified, or supplemented from time to time, the
“Plan”); 1 and (b) authorized Robert J. Keach, chapter 11 trustee (the “Trustee”) in the abovecaptioned chapter 11 case of Montreal Maine & Atlantic Railway, Ltd. (the “Debtor”) to solicit
votes to accept to reject the Plan from the Holders of certain impaired Claims against the Debtor.
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE THAT according to the Trustee’s records, you
hold a Claim in Class 14 or an Equity Interest in Class 15 under the Plan. As such, you are
receiving this notice because the Plan provides for no recovery on account of your Claims or
Equity Interests and, therefore, pursuant to section 1126(f) of the Bankruptcy Code, you are
not entitled to vote on the Plan because you are conclusively presumed to have accepted the
Plan. As such, and in accordance with the Disclosure Statement Order, you have received a copy
of the Confirmation Hearing Notice together with this Notice.
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE THAT the Disclosure Statement, the Disclosure
Statement Order, the Plan, and the other documents and materials included in the Solicitation
Packages (excepting Ballots) may be obtained at no charge from the Trustee’s counsel at the
address below. You may also obtain copies of any pleadings filed in the Chapter 11 Case for a fee
via PACER at: http://www.meb.uscourts.gov.
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE THAT pursuant to the Disclosure Statement
Order, the Court has established September 10, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. (prevailing Eastern Time) as
1
All capitalized terms used but not defined herein have the meanings ascribed to such terms in the Plan or the Trustee’s
Motion for an Order (I) Approving Proposed Disclosure Statement; (II) Establishing Notice, Solicitation and Voting
Procedures; (III) Scheduling Confirmation Hearing; and (IV) Establishing Notice and Objection Procedures for
Confirmation of the Plan [D.E. 1432] (the “Disclosure Statement Motion”), as applicable.
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the deadline for filing and serving objections to the confirmation of the Plan (the “Confirmation
Objection Deadline”). Any objections to the Plan must: (i) be in writing; (ii) conform to the
Bankruptcy Rules and the Local Rules; (iii) state the name and address of the objecting party and
the amount and nature of the Claim; (iv) state with particularity the basis and nature of any
objection to the Plan; (v) propose a modification to the Plan that would resolve such objection (if
applicable); and (vi) be filed, contemporaneously with a proof of service, with the Court and served
so as to be actually received by each of the following notice parties by the Objection Deadline:
Chapter 11 Trustee:
U.S. Trustee:
Robert J. Keach, Esq.
BERNSTEIN, SHUR,
SAWYER & NELSON, P.A.
100 Middle Street
P.O. Box 9729
Portland, ME 04104
Telephone: (207) 774-1200
Facsimile: (207) 774-1127
Stephen G. Morrell, Esq.
OFFICE OF THE U.S. TRUSTEE
537 Congress Street
Portland, ME 04101
Telephone: (207) 780-3564
Dated: July 22, 2015
ROBERT J. KEACH
CHAPTER 11 TRUSTEE OF MONTREAL
MAINE & ATLANTIC RAILWAY, LTD.
By his attorneys:
/s/ Lindsay K. Zahradka
D. Sam Anderson, Esq.
Lindsay K. Zahradka, Esq. (admitted pro hac vice)
Timothy J. McKeon, Esq.
Roma N. Desai, Esq.
BERNSTEIN, SHUR, SAWYER & NELSON, P.A.
100 Middle Street
P.O. Box 9729
Portland, ME 04104-5029
Tel: (207) 774-1200
Fax: (207) 774-1127
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REMAIN SUBJECT TO FURTHER REVIEW
SUPERIOR COURT
(Commercial Division)
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CANADA
PROVINCE OF QUEBEC
DISTRICT OF SAINT-FRANÇOIS
N°. .
450-11-000167-134
DATE: July 13, 2015
IN THE PRESENCE OF: THE HONORABLE GAÉTAN DUMAS, S.C.J.
IN THE MATTER OF THE PLAN OF COMPROMISE AND ARRANGEMENT OF:
MONTREAL, MAINE & ATLANTIC CANADA CO. (MONTRÉAL, MAINE
& ATLANTIQUE CANADA CIE)
Debtor
and
RICHTER ADVISORY GROUP INC. (RICHTER GROUPE CONSEIL INC.)
Monitor
and
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Opponent
JUDGMENT ON MOTION
TO APPROVE THE PLAN OF ARRANGEMENT
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[1]
The Court is seized with a motion to approve a Plan of Arrangement unanimously
accepted at a meeting of the creditors of the Debtors held in Lac-Mégantic on June 9,
2015.
[2]
This Plan of Arrangement is filed following the railway tragedy that cost the lives
of 48 people and devastated the downtown area of the City of Lac-Mégantic on
July 6, 2013.
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[3]
Following an initial order issued by our colleague, Martin Castonguay, S.C.J., in
August 2013, the undersigned was assigned this case.
[4]
More than 40 judgments and orders have been rendered by the undersigned in
this matter.
[5]
As the undersigned pointed out in a judgment rendered on February 17, 2014:
[26] The CCAA proceedings had the objective to maintain, to the extent
possible, the operation of the railway in order to service the many
municipalities and the numerous clients situated along the railway. The
proceedings also sought to put in place a sale process in order to sell the
assets of MMA and MMAR as a going concern. Railroad Acquisition
Holdings (“RAH”) was the winning bidder for the quasi-totality of the
assets of the companies which sale the court authorized on January 23,
2014.
[27] The CCAA proceedings also had the goal of maintaining the
employment of specialized personnel that continue to work for the
Petitioner in order to maximize the value of the Petitioner’s assets and
ideally to assure that these jobs would be maintained after the sale.
[28] According to the Asset Purchase Agreement, RAH will conserve
most of the current employees of MMA.
[29] The CCAA proceedings also had the goal of putting in place a
claims process to avoid the multiplicity of parallel judicial proceedings
and to efficiently treat the claims of all of the interested parties, including
the families of the victims and the holders of claims related to the
derailment.
[6]
The importance of maintaining a railway for the industries served does not
require any further explanation.
[7]
This first objective was achieved as early as February, 2014, namely less than
seven months after the railway tragedy, through the sale of the Debtor’s assets and the
orders necessary to complete that sale. The second objective clearly expressed by the
Debtor from the start was to indemnify the victims of this railway tragedy for which the
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[8]
The Court will not reiterate the complete history of the case since it fully appears
from the orders previously rendered. Suffice to say that the undersigned rendered a
judgment on May 27, 2015 summarizing the facts since the beginning of the case.
Moreover, a judgment rendered by the undersigned on February 17, 2014 also outlined
the situation then prevailing.
[9]
It is important to recall that, as early as February 2014, the undersigned raised
questions as to whether it was necessary to file a viable plan of arrangement in order to
maintain the stay. The undersigned also raised questions as to whether a plan of
arrangement could provide for the liquidation of the company or whether it was necessary
for the plan to provide a complete restructuring of the company.
[10] Since the case seems to logically follow what is stated by the undersigned at
pages 8 to 30 of the February 17, 2014 judgment., and since more than 4 000 creditors
have relied on the direction that judgment provided to this case, it seems important to
recall what the undersigned stated therein:
Obligation to File a Viable Plan of Arrangement in Order to Continue the Stay of
Proceedings
[57] There has long existed a debate on the obligation to file a Plan of Arrangement if
one wishes to benefit from the CCAA.
[58] Before the 2009 amendments, there was also a debate on the authority of the courts
to authorize the liquidation of a company without acceptance of a Plan of Arrangement.
Section 36 CCAA provides as follows:
“36. (1) A debtor company in respect of which an order has been made under
this Act may not sell or otherwise dispose of assets outside the ordinary course
of business unless authorized to do so by a court. Despite any requirement for
shareholder approval, including one under federal or provincial law, the court
may authorize the sale or disposition even if shareholder approval was not
obtained.
Notice to creditors
A company that applies to the court for an authorization is to
give notice of the application to the secured creditors who are
likely to be affected by the proposed sale or disposition.
(2)
Factors to be considered
(3) In deciding whether to grant the authorization, the court is to
consider, among other things,
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a) whether the process leading to the proposed sale or
disposition was reasonable in the circumstances;
b) whether the monitor approved the process leading to the
proposed sale or disposition;
c) whether the monitor filed with the court a report stating
that in their opinion the sale or disposition would be more
beneficial to the creditors than a sale or disposition under a
bankruptcy;
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d) the extent to which the creditors were consulted;
e) the effects of the proposed sale or disposition on the
creditors and other interested parties; and;
f) whether the consideration to be received for the assets is
reasonable and fair, taking into account their market value.
[59]
Before this amendment, no provision of the law expressly permitted the partial or
total liquidation of the assets of a company.
[60]
The courts had used their inherent jurisdiction to authorize the sale of assets out of
the ordinary course of business.
[61]
Shelley C. Fitzpatrick1 has mentioned that the flexibility of the CCAA has always
allowed the liquidation of redundant assets. The debate centered more on the issue that
some courts authorized the sale of assets that did not fit in this category :
“As is evident from the comments of Blair J.A. in Metcalfe, one of the major
strengths of the CCAA is its flexibility in meeting any particular fact situation.
Clearly, Parliament intended to allow a downsizing of reduntant assets as
part of the restructuring process. Such downsizing would assist in returning
the debtor company to profitability and thereby enable it to remain in
business. (page 41)
The courts, however, have permitted asset sales that extend well beyond a
sale of redundant assets as part of a downsizing of operations. There are a
variety of liquidation scenarios. On one end of the spectrum is a sale of
assets to various purchasers who do not intend to continue the operations of
any part of the debtor’s business. On the other end of the spectrum is a sale
to a single purchaser who does intend to continue operating the debtor’s
business. Somewhere in the middle is a sale to one or more purchasers who
do intend to continue certain parts of the debtor's business on a going
concern basis.”
Shelley C. Fitzpatrick, Liquidating CCAAs — Are We Praying to False Gods?, dans
AnnualReview of Insolvency Law 2008, Janis P. Sarra, Toronto, Thomson/Carswell,
2008, p.41.
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[62]
Bill Kaplan similarly writes that courts throughout Canada have confirmed that it
is possible to authorize the liquidation of assets under the CCAA, however the
jurisprudence is not consistent in the manner in which this liquidation has been permitted:
“We will see later that there is no consensus among the Alberta Court
of Appeal, die Ontario Courts and the British Columbia Court of Appeal
considering the proper exercise of that jurisdiction, but there is no
disagreement that there is jurisdiction under the CCAA to approve a
liquidation of assets. » (page 94)
2
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Bill Kaplan, Liquidating CCAAs: Discretion gone Amy?, dans Annual Review of
Insolvency Law 2008, Janis P. Sarra, Toronto, Thomson/Carswell, 2008, p.79
[63] There has therefore been a debate on the circumstances in which a liquidation of
assets under the CCAA can be authorized both with respect to the kinds of assets that may
be sold and whether or not there is an obligation to submit the liquidation plan to a vote of
creditors.
Arguments in favor of liquidation
[64] In some cases, the liquidation of assets through the CCAA is preferable to
a liquidation under another insolvency system and this is why it was permitted
by certain Courts. Continuing the company’s operations may have the effect of
increasing its value upon liquidation and therefore improving the result for the
creditors and various stakeholders 3 .
3
lbid, p.89.
[65] According to author, Fitzpatrick4, this line of case law started with the following
cases:
“The line of cases that, in obiter, "endorse" liquidating CCAAs can be
traced to two early authorities: Re Amirault Fish Co. and Re Associated
Investors of Canada Ltd.”
[Citations omitted]
4
Supra, note 1, p. 47.
[66] She also refers to other decisions5 that warranted the liquidation of assets in the
interests of Creditors. It should be noted that such decisions are derived from
Ontario courts which, over time, were more proactive than courts elsewhere in
Canada in authorizing the liquidation of assets under the CCAA, which will be
discussed later:
“In Re Anvil Range Mining Corp., [...] Farley J. referred to Olympia &
York and Lehndorff as support for the principle that "the CCAA may be
used to affect a sale, winding up or liquidation of a company and its
assets in appropriate circumstances".
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It is important to note that in Anvil Range, Farley J. also mentioned
"maximizing the value of the stakeholders pie". In Lehndorff, Farley J. stated
that it appeared to him that "the purpose of the CCAA is also to protect the
interests of creditors" which may involve a liquidation or downsizing of the
business, "provided the same is proposed in the best interests of the creditors
generally". »
Re Lehndorff General Partner Ltd. (1993), 17 C.B.R. (3d) 24; Re Olympia &
York Developments Ltd, (1995), 34 C.B.R. (3d) 93; Re Anvil Range Mining
Corp. (2001), 25 C.B.R. (4th) 1.
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[67] Secondly, and this is where the argument is most controversial,
professionals involved in a liquidation incur less risk if the liquidation is
conducted under the CCAA rather than under the “Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act
(BIA). Indeed, when an administrator is appointed under the BIA and takes
possession and administers the assets of the company, he engages his liability.
Under the CCAA¸ the company remains the owner of its assets and continues its
operations, which does not give rise to a third party’s liability, which may reassure
creditors on the management of the business.
Supra, note 2, p.90.
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Arguments against liquidation
Use against the objective of the Act
[68] The first submission against the liquidation of assets other than excess assets,
is that the objective of the CCAA is not to allow the liquidation of a business and
that there are other ways, such as the BIA, under which the liquidation should take
place. In the case of Hongkong Bank of Canada vs. Chef Ready Foods Ltd7, the
British Columbia Court of Appeal defines the purpose of the CCAA and the Court’s
role as follows:
“The purpose of the C.C.A.A. is to facilitate the making of a compromise or
arrangement between an insolvent debtor company and its creditors to the
end that the company is able to continue business. [...] When a company has
recourse to the C.C.A.A., the Court is called upon to play a kind of
supervisory role to preserve the status quo and to move the process along to
the point where a compromise or arrangement is approved or it is evident
that the attempt is doomed to failure.”
7
(1990), 4 C.B.R. (3d) 311 (CB C.A.).
[69] Such interpretation is supported by the decision of the British Columbia Court
of Appeal in Cliffs Over Maple Bay Investments Ltd. vs. Fisgard Capital Corp.8 which
will be discussed later.
8
2008 BCCA 327.
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[70] In Québec, the Court of Appeal, per Justice Louis Lebel, expressed the same
opinion and made a distinction between the CCAA and the BIA. It mentioned in
Laurentienne du Canada vs. Groupe Bovac Ltée9 :
"26 More than on the liquidation of the company, such Act is focused
on the reorganization of the business and its protection during the
interim period when the plan of reorganization will be approved and
executed. Conversely, the Bankruptcy Act (R.S.C. 1985, c. B-3) seeks
the orderly liquidation of the bankrupt’s assets and the distribution of
the proceeds of such liquidation between the creditors, according to
the order of priority defined by the Act. The Companies’ Creditors
Arrangements Act satisfies a separate need and objective, at least as
generally interpreted since its enactment. The goal is to prevent
bankruptcy or to have the business emerge form such situation.”
9
EYB 1991-63766 (QC C.A.), par. 26.
[71] However, as raised by Shelley C. Fitzpatrick10, the situation remains unresolved
since no Court of Appeal in Canada has recently looked at whether the liquidation of
assets under the CCAA respects its objective.
10 Supra, note 1.
The secured creditors are doing indirectly what they cannot do directly
[72] As was mentioned earlier, the liquidation of assets under the CCAA has the
benefit of reducing the risks undertaken by the professionals involved. In the case
of liquidation under the BIA, the secured creditors are required to pay an
indemnity to the professionals in order to alleviate such risks. Although they must
act the same way upon liquidation under the CCAA, the indemnity is undoubtedly
lower, since the risk involved is reduced. Thus, with the agreement of the Debtor
company, the secured creditors are liquidating the assets of the company under
the CCAA without ever having intended to agree on a plan of arrangement or to
see the company survive, which is contrary to the purpose of the Act11.
11 Supra, note 2, p.54, 55.
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Iniquities affecting various stakeholders
[73]
As the Court of Appeal of Ontario reminds us in the Metcalfe12 case, the CCAA
was enacted during the Great Depression in the 1930’s and was designed to reduce the
number of business bankruptcies and thereby the unusually high employment rate. Over
time, the courts have given a social purpose to this Act, which must now serve the
interests of investors, creditors, employees and other stakeholders involved in a business.
ATB Financial v. Metcalfe & Mansfield Alternative lnvestments Il Corp., 2008 ONCA
587 (Ont. C.A.), par.51, 52.
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[74]
This evolution pushed the courts to take more political than judicial
positions in some cases in the broader interest.
[75]
The inclusion of social criteria in the courts decision-making process can
sometimes result in the unequal treatment of the various stakeholders involved.
Indeed, the interests of the investors, creditors, employees and other stakeholders
rarely come together in one solution. This situation occurred in the Re Pope &Talbot
Ltd13 case in which the Supreme Court of British Columbia authorized the sale of assets
of the company not to the party presenting most lucrative offer but, rather, to a company
proposing to continue the operations of the business, despite the existence of a higher
offer. Ultimately, the Court determined that the interests of the community and
preserving jobs should take precedence over obtaining the best price and over the
creditors’ satisfaction. The author, Fitzpatrick, disagree:14
“The court is essentially making a legislative statement grounded in
public policy as to whether the community of Nanaimo is better off with
pulp mil jobs as opposed to construction/golf course jobs (or whatever
alternative use the site would have been put to). It is difficult to see the
evidentiary basis upon which the court could come to the conclusion
that the interests of the employees, suppliers and the community of
Nanaimo outweighed obtaining the best price for the assets.”
13
2009 BCCS 17 (CanLII).
14
Supra, note 1, p.60.
[76]
The author also raises an interesting point in this except when she mentions
that the Court takes a legislative position. Indeed, as she subsequently states, this
type of social position should be left to the legislators and not to the courts15.
15
Supra, note 1, p.61.
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Impact on third parties’ rights
[77] When a company is placed under the protection of the CCAA, its suppliers are
not required to fulfill their contractual obligations if the company does not wish it
or if it does not intend to fulfill its correlative obligations16.
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Supra, note 1, p.71.
[78] In the Pope & Talbot case, Canfor, a supplier of Pope & Talbot, was required
to continue to fulfill its contractual obligations towards Pope & Talbot by a court
order in the course of the initial application. In addition, the Court gave an order
staying Canfor’s right to terminate the contract binding it to Pope & Talbot, despite
its breach of contract17.
17
Supra, note 1, p.72, 73.
[79] Thus, Pope & Talbot, and thus its creditors, could keep the contract alive
without fulfilling their obligations and possibly transfer it to a purchaser of the
business. This situation granted more rights to the creditors of the company placed
under the protection of the CCAA than the company would otherwise have if it did
not benefit from such protection, the whole to the detriment of suppliers such as
Canfor18. To quote a metaphor used in Shelley C. Fitzpatrick’s text, the creditors
use the Act as a sword allowing them to obtain a better strategic position and,
therefore, a higher price for the assets of the company; not as a shield allowing to
maintain the status quo, as it should be19.
18
Supra, note 1, p.73.
19
Supra, note 2, p.67.
Circumstances and parameters of the liquidation
[80] The new section 36 of the Act settled the question of whether the Court has the
power to allow liquidation. However, it gives very little indication as to how the Court
will exercise this power. This new section 36 provides, however, that the Court may
authorize the liquidation without the creditors’ agreement.
Various examples of the discretion exercised by the courts
Ontario
[81] As previously mentioned, the Ontario courts are significantly more active than
elsewhere in Canada in the exercise of their discretion to authorize the liquidation of
assets under the CCAA. Thus, liquidations were authorized without a plan of arrangement
having been previously approved.
[82] It is the case in Re Canadian Red Cross Society I Société Canadienne de la CroixRouge20. While the organization was faced with law suits of nearly 8 billion dollars from
victims having developed various diseases through contaminated blood transfusions, the
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Court authorized the transfer of its assets to other organisations before a plan of
arrangement was proposed to creditors. Justice Blair justifies his decision through the
flexibility of the CCAA, which allows him to so act, and by the circumstances of the case,
which results in the best solution21:
“[45] It is very common in CCAA restructurings for the Court to approve
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the sale and distribution of assets during the process and before the Plan is
formally tendered and voted upon. There are many examples where this has
occurred, the recent Eaton's restructuring being only one of them. The CCAA
is designed to be a flexible instrument and it is that very flexibility which
gives it its efficacy.
[…]
[46] [...] There is no realistic alternative to the sale and transfer that is
proposed and the alternative is a liquidation/bankruptcy scenario, which, on
the evidence would yield an average of about 44% of the purchase price which
the two agencies will pay. To forego that purchase price supported as it is by
reliable expert evidence would in the circumstances be folly, not only for the
ordinary creditors but also for the Transfusion Claimants, in my view.”
20
1998 CanLII 14907 (ON S.C.).
21 Mid, par.45, 47.
[83] Author Bill Kaplan also gives the example of the Re Anvil Range Mining
Corp.22 case in which the Court authorized the liquidation of the company’s assets
following a plan of arrangement which had been voted on only by the secured
creditors. The plan provided that only the secured creditors were authorized to
vote and the unsecured creditors would not receive any amount following the
liquidation. The Court relied on the fact that such last creditors would suffer no
prejudice since, regardless of the solution put forward, the liquidation would in no
event allow the payment of any indemnity to them 23 .
22
2001 CanLII 28449 (ON S.C.).
23
Mid, par.12.
[84] Bill Kaplan summarized the position of the Ontario Courts with respect to
liquidation of assets under the CCAA as follows, but stating that it departs from
that other provinces 24:
“The Ontario authority demonstrates not only that the courts in Ontario have
embraced liquidating CCAAs, but will approve asset sales under the CCAA
without requiring that a Plan of Arrangement be filed. That is not an approach
sanctioned by the Alberta Court of Appeal, or apparently by the British
Columbia Court of Appeal, nor as we shall see, is it an approach that as met
favour with Courts in the province of Quebec. »
24 Supra, note 2, p.103.
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British Columbia
[85] The situation in British Columbia is interesting since until recently, the
courts of this province joined the Ontario’s courts when came the time to
authorize the liquidation of assets under the CCAA. However, the situation was
dramatically different since the Cliffs Over Maple Bay Investments Ltd. vs.
Fisgard Capital Corp.25 decision
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25
Supra, note 8.
[86] In this decision, the Court of Appeal of British Columbia concludes that, in
accordance with the intention of the CCAA, it may not grant protection of the
CCAA when the debtor company does not intend to propose a plan of arrangement
to its creditors. As Bill Kaplan26 explains:
“The Court of Appeal observed that the fundamental purposes of the
CCAA was to facilitate, comprises and arrangements between
companies and their creditors. Section 11, the stay provision, was
merely ancillary to that fundamental purpose, and should only be
granted in furtherance of that fundamental purpose. While the filing of a
draft Plan of Arrangement or compromise is not a prerequisite to the
granting of a stay under s. 11, the Court concluded that a stay should
not be granted if the debtor company does not intend to propose a
compromise or arrangement to its creditors.”
26
Supra, note 2, p.85.
Alberta
[87] The Alberta case law is more demanding the elsewhere in Canada when
comes the time to authorize a liquidation of assets under the CCAA. The Royal Bank vs.
Fracmaster Ltd.27 case is a good example. Indeed, the Court of Appeal of Alberta took
this opportunity to take a position on the conditions which should guide the Court when
authorizing a liquidation under the CCAA 28:
“Although there are infrequent situations in which a liquidation of a
company's assets has been concluded under the CCAA, the proposed
transaction must be in the interests of the creditors generally [...] There must
be an ongoing business entity that will survive the asset sale [...J A sale of all
or substantially all of the assets of the company to an entirely diffèrent entity
with no continued involvement by former creditors and shareholders does not
meet this requirement.”
[citation taken from the Liquidating CCAAs: Discretion Gone Awryl text?]
27
(1999), 11 C.B.R. (4th) 204 (Alta. Q.A.).
28
lbid, par.16.
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[88] When imposing the condition of survival of the business for a liquidation of
assets unde the CCAA to be authorized, the Fracmaster case had the effect to make such
proceeding considerably more difficult to obtain in Alberta than elsewhere in Canada29.
29
Supra, note 2, p.112.
Québec
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[89] According to author Bill Kaplan, the Québec courts require that there is
real evidence that the general structural and the content of a possible plan of
arrangement to be submitted to the creditors prior to granting a company
protection under the CCAA30 .
30
Supra, note 2, p.113.
[90] In support of its view, he states the Re Boutiques San Francisco
Incorporées 31 decision. In this case, the Court refuses to grant protection
under section 11 of the CCAA because the plan submitted by the debtor
company was incomplet 32 :
“20 As a result, while it is receptive to issue some Initial Order to allow the
BSF Group the possibility to avail itself of some of the protections of the
CCAA under the circumstances, the Court will not grant all the conclusions
sought at this stage because of this situation and the lack of information on the
proposed plan.”
31
EYB 2003-51913 (QCCS).
32
lb/d, par.20.
[91] In support of this decision, the Court refers to the judgment of Justice LeBel of
the Court of Appeal in Banque Laurentienne du Canada vs. Groupe Bovac Ltée33:
56 [...] If sections 4 and 5 indicate that the order to summon the creditors or,
if applicable, the shareholders of the company depends on the judge’s
discretion, the exercise thereof implies an existing basic element. Such an
event occurs when a transaction or an arrangement "is proposed". A project of
arrangement must physically exist. A simple statement of intention is not
enough. Otherwise, the mechanisms provided at law are fundamentally
transformed. It is used as a method to obtain a simple stay, without the
obligation to establish that a project of arrangement does exist and without the
possibility to assess its plausibility. The law is not formalistic. It does not
require that the project of arrangement be incorporated in the text of the
petition. It may appear in schedules, in draft letters to creditors, as long as it
may be indicated to the judge being asked to grant the calling of the meeting
that it exists and that the main elements thereof may be described. [...]
57 Not only such necessity emerges from the text of the Act, but it also
corresponds to the requirements of a sufficiently informed exercise of the
Court’s discretion to summon the creditors and shareholders and, in some
cases, to issue staying orders under section 11.
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58 In the absence of a description of a project of arrangement from the main
elements, certain information required to allow the Court to exercise its
discretion on an informed basis are missing. It is required to ensure that
interests of all the concerned groups are considered. Indeed, the
consequences of implementing the mechanisms of the Companies’ Creditors
Arrangement Act are more drastic, particularly for secured creditors and
inversely involve less risks first for the debtor, since unsuccessfully resorting
to the Act or rejecting such proposals does not entail bankruptcy. Moreover,
all creditors’ realization proceedings of any nature can be stopped for
undetermined periods.
59 Resorting to the Act implies a judicial review. It is for the judge to weigh
from the start the interest for the business to submit a proposal, the plausibility
of its success, the consequences of such proposal and of the staying orders
required by the creditors, the risks they have for the secured creditors, the
judge must examine such various interests before authorizing the summon of
the creditors and set into motion the application of the Act. The Act is not a
legislation intended to grant grace periods to struggling debtors without any
conditions or qualifications. It is designed to be an Act of reorganization of
struggling businesses. As such, seized of the application to call a meeting and
for a stay, the judge must be able to assess first if the business is liable to
survive during the interim periods until approval of the compromise, then if it
is reasonable to believe that the proposed agreement can be realized. To
determine whether it can be realized, one of the basic conditions is to know the
material terms thereof, even if such terms will be specified or amended
thereafter. [...] »
33
Supra, note 9, par.56-59 (EYB 1991-63766).
[92] Despite what author Kaplan says, such requirement to submit sufficient material
proofs of a future plan of arrangement does not seem to have been uniformly followed
by the Québec Courts. In the Re Papier Gaspésia Inc. 34 case is an example where the
protection of the Act was granted without the element of a plan of arrangements having
been submitted.
34
2004 CanLII 41522 (QC C.S.).
[93] As stated by the Court of Appeal in this same case35, the process for the sale of assets
in this case shall be submitted to the creditors’ agreement:
“[14] Moreover, the call for tenders allowed subject to certain conditions by
the trial judgment is not equal to a cure and simple liquidation, although it
could be considered as the start of the future liquidation process, which could
not however take place if a purchaser would come forward and show an
interest in revitalizing the business (although this seems unlikely). In addition,
to ensure the protection of the creditors’ interest (including the petitioners),
the trial judge orders that the terms and conditions of such call for tenders, the
recommendations of acceptance or refusal of the tenders received and the plan
of distributions of the sale price be submitted to the them, the whole through
an amendment of the plan of arrangement already proposed (see par. 101 of
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the trial judgment). Not only such plan of arrangement has to be submitted to
the creditors, but it also must be sanctioned by the Superior Court. If
necessary, Petitioners may ensure that their rights are adequately protected
(including by requesting the creation of a particular class of creditors) and
may address the Court for such purpose. The Petitioner may also, which they
did not fail to argue on several occasions at the hearing, vote against the
arrangement if it is not suitable to them, or refer to the Court if they feel their
rieghts will not be considered or will be ignored.”
[Citation omitted]
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35
Papier Gaspésia inc., Re, 2004 CanLII 46685 (OC C.A.), par.14.
[94] Therefore, although the requirements for a Plan of Arrangement to grant
the protection of the Act is not automatic in Québec, such a Plan is still required to
be put to a vote by the creditors.
The right course of action
[95] We therefore find ourselves in a situation where the application and
interpretation of an Act of federal jurisdiction are materially different from
province to province. Notwithstanding certain more drastic decisions, such as
Fracmaster or Cliffs Over Maple, it seems to be unanimously agreed that the
liquidation of assets under the CCAA is possible, especially since the enactment of
section 36 of the CCAA. One may disagree with this situation, but the state of the
law to this day is to that effect.
[96] There are however fundamental differences in the application of such
discretion throughout Canada, both with respect to assets which may be so
liquidated than to criteria which must guide the Courts in the application of its
power.
[97] In finding a solution, we must keep in mind the purposes of the CCAA
which must guide the interpretation thereof and which Kaplan summarizes as
follows36:
“The judicial and academic pronouncements all identify the following
general policy objectives: maximization of creditor recovery, minimization
of the detrimental impact upon employment and supplier, customer and
other economic relationships, preservation of the tax base and other
contributions the enterprise makes to its local community, and the
rehabilitation of the debtor company.”
36
Supra, note 2, p.117.
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[98] Author Bill Kaplan starts his assessment of the state of the case law by
stating that the Fracmaster and Cliffs Over Maple cases did not condemn
liquidations under the CCAA. According to him, both these material decisions
mostly warn us against refusing the CCAA to liquidate assets of a company and
emphasize the creditors’ rights which are violated when the liquidation is
permitted.
[99] Kaplan however specifies that, according to him, the Fracmaster case is
too drastic when interpreted as requiring the survival of the business for granting
the protection of the Act. Kaplan however sees a usefulness in the decision when it
suggests that a party requiring protection of the CCAA, while commercial
objectives at stake would be fulfilled by one of the other insolvency proceedings,
such as the BIA for the execution of hypothecary rights, must demonstrate why the
application of the CCAA is necessary.
[100] With respect to the creditors’ vote before proceeding to a liquidation of
assets, Kaplan is of the opinion that the vote is not required at all times and that it
is up to the Court to determine when it is necessary. He points out that the Court’s
agreement is required to proceed to such a liquidation, which ensures a certain
control, and that it would be detrimental to have mandatary voting in all situations
since it is a long and costly process. In order to determine if a vote is required, the
Court should assess to which degree the creditors are opposed to such a liquidation
and weigh the alternatives to a liquidation under the CCAA. He notes that the
Court must place a greater emphasis on the creditors’ rights than to the rights of
other stakeholders when it is time to assess the pros and cons of a liquidation under
the CCAA compared to the other proposed solutions.
[101] Finally, the author would like to make it a mandatory requirement that a
plan of arrangement be submitted to the creditors in all cases. He adds that such a
plan could be submitted to all creditors, including the ordinary creditors, even
when those would not receive anything from the liquidation of assets. This
measure would be more in line with the intent of the Act which remains to obtain
an arrangement with the creditors.
[102] It is important to note that the position put forward in the Fracmaster case
does not close the door completely to the liquidation of assets under the CCAA.
Indeed, and I am also of that opinion, the liquidation of redundant assets may and
must be possible under the CCAA in order to improve the company’s finances.
The test should therefore come down to determine if the case, and not necessarily
the company itself, will survive following the Plan of Arrangement.
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[103] Bill Kaplan’s solution is interesting, but it has the effect of granting a very
broad discretion to the courts, which is at the very basis of the case law which is
being criticized today. The Fracmaster approach is more drastic and has the effect
of restricting the broad power of interpretation of the courts, but it is necessary in
the circumstances.
[104] Although the undersigned is inclined to support the thesis that the CCAA
and the BIA are two distinct regimes that apply to two types of distinct situations
and serve different objectives, the amendments to the CCAA and the particular
circumstances of the present file militate towards the possibility of allowing the
liquidation of assets under the CCAA.
[105] All of the factors to take in consideration as mentioned in section 36 (3)
CCAA militate in favor of the authorization of a sale of assets. Not only does this
permit a higher realization than that which could be obtained by any other manner,
it also permits the continuation of an indispensable railway for the regional
economy.
[106] The judgment rendered by the undersigned authorizing the sale of assets
was rendered with the consent of all of the interested parties. There has not been an
appeal of this judgment. The judgment has therefore the authority of res judicata
with respect to the sale of the assets of the company.
[107] It was also in taking into consideration the collective interests and the
maintenance of employment that the court permitted the sale even if it would not
have been the best price. In the end, the best price was obtained but there was the
possibility that it might not have been the case.
[108]
file?
This having been said, what do we do now with respect to the continuation of this
[109] In its current state, it seems unlikely that a Plan of Arrangement can be
filed. It is therefore of little use for the moment to foresee a costly claims process
since no vote will be necessary if no Plan of Arrangement is proposed.
The only possibility for continuing the CCAA proceedings
[110] Many might consider that there is no longer any reason to continue the
present file.
[111] On the other hand, in simply reading the Service List and noting the
presence of parties represented during each step of the proceedings, might lead one
to think that an arrangement could be possible.
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[112] We have already mentioned that on an exception basis, our colleague
Martin Castonguay ordered the stay of proceedings with respect to XL Insurance
Company Ltd. This was done exceptionally and in order to avoid chaos and a race
to judgment against the insurance company.
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[113] We have already said, in principle that the CCAA applies only to debtor
companies. However, exceptionally, orders may be rendered to release certain
third parties that participate in a Plan of Arrangement by way of monetary
contribution in exchange for such release.
[114] The undersigned in the case of the Plan of Arrangement of the Société
industrielle de décolletage et d’outillage (SIDO) sanctioned a Plan of Arrangement
that envisaged releases to certain third parties in addition to directors.
[115] Madam Justice Marie-France Bich in a judgment dismissing a Motion for
Leave to Appeal mentioned38:
38
2010 QCCA 403.
[32]
The releases. Article 7.2 of the plan of arrangement approved by the
first instance judge includes the following provisions :
Article 7.2
Releases
On the implementation date, the Debtor and/or the other Person
identified below will benefit from the following releases and
renunciations, which shall take effect at the Implementation time:
7.2.1 A total final and definitive release of the Creditors from any
Claim against the Debtor and a renunciation by the Creditors of the
right to exercise any real or personal right with respect to the Claims.
7.2.2 A total final and definitive release of the Creditors with respect to
any claim, other than a claim targeted by paragraph 5.1(2) CCAA, that
they have or could have, directly or indirectly, against the directors,
officers, employees or other representatives or mandataries or Debtor as
a result of or with respect to an Affected Claim and a renunciation by the
Creditors of the right to exercise any real or personal right with respect to
any such claim.
7.2.3 A complete, final and definitive release of the Creditors with
respect to any claim that they have or may have, directly or indirectly,
against DCR and Fortin, as well as their officers, directors, employees,
financial consultants, legal counsels, business bankers, consultants,
mandataries, as well as their respective current and former accountants
from all demands, claims, actions, causes of action, counterclaims,
lawsuits, debts, monies, accounts, undertakings, damages, decisions,
judgments, expenses, seizures, charges and other recoveries under a
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claim, obligation, demand or cause of action of any nature that a Creditor
may have the right to make against DCR or Fortin.
7.2.4 A total final and definitive release of the Creditors with respect to
any claim that they have or may have, directly or indirectly, against the
Debtor or the Monitor or their directors, officers, employees or other
representatives or mandataries as well as their legal counsels with respect
to any action taken or omission made in good faith within the scope of
the Proceedings or the preparation and implementation of the Plan or of
any contract, effect, release or other agreement or document created or
concluded, or of any action taken or omission made in relation to the
Proceedings or the Plan, it being understood that nothing in this
paragraph shall limit the liability of a Person from any fault relating to an
obligation expressly set out in the Plan or any agreement or other
document concluded by said Person after the determination Date or
pursuant to the Plan, or with respect to any breach of the obligation of
prudence towards any Person that may occur after the Implementation
date. In any event, the Debtor and the Monitor and their employees,
directors, officers, mandataries and respective consultants have the right
to rely upon legal opinions regarding their obligations and
responsibilities under the Plan; and
7.2.5 A total final and definitive release of the Debtor from any claim
that it has or may have, directly or indirectly, against its directors,
officers and employees.
[ ... ]
[37]
However, before the Superior Court, based namely on the Court of Appeal
judgment in A.T.B. Financial v.. Metcalfe & Mansfield Alternative Invesments II Corp.,
Respondent argued that the release in favour of DCR was legal and appropriate in this case,
considering that such a release has a reasonable connection with the proposed
reorganisation. In the written argument submitted to the trial judge, Respondent cited the
following paragraphs in the Metcalfe decision:
[113] At para. 71 above I recited a number of factual findings the
application judge made in concluding that approval of the Plan was
within his jurisdiction under the CCAA and that it was fair and
reasonable. For convenience, I reiterate them here — with two
additional findings — because they provide an important foundation for his
analysis concerning the fairness and reasonableness of the Plan. The
application judge found that :
a) The parties to be released are necessary and essential to the
restructuring of the debtor;
b) The claims to be released are rationally related to the purpose of the
Plan and necessary for it;
c) The Plan cannot succeed without the releases;
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d) The parties who are to have claims against them released are
contributing in a tangible and realistic way to the Plan;
e) The Plan will benefit not only the debtor companies but creditor
Noteholders generally;
f) The voting creditors who have approved the Plan did so with
knowledge of the nature and effect of the releases; and that,
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g) The releases are fair and reasonable and not overly broad or
offensive to public policy.
[38]
It seems obvious that the trial judge estimated that the release for
the benefit of DCR pursuant to Article 7.2.3 of the Plan of Arrangement
fulfilled these requirements.
[39]
The submissions filed by Respondent before the Superior Court and
the submissions filed for the purposes hereof also cite, among others, the
Muscletech Research and Development Inc. case, recognizing the possibility,
as part of an arrangement regulated by the QCCA to state a release in favor of
a third party financing the restructuring of the debtor company. However, it is
precisely here the case of DCR, which shall pay a considerable amount in
order to support the reorganisation of Respondent’s business under the Plan of
Arrangement.
[40]
[7]
It is worth to reproduce here some paragraphs of the Muscletech case:
With respect to the relief sought relating to Claims against Third
Parties, the position of the Objecting Claimants appears to be that this
court lacks jurisdiction to make any order affecting claims against third
parties who are not applicants in a CCAA proceeding. I do not agree. In
the case at bar, the whole plan of compromise which is being funded by
Third Parties will not proceed unless the plan provides for a resolution
of all claims against the Applicants and Third Parties arising out of "the
development, advertising and marketing, and sale of health supplements,
weight loss and sports nutrition or other products by the Applicants or
any of them" as part of a global resolution of the litigation commenced
in the United States. In his Endorsement of January 18, 2006, Farley J.
stated:
the Product Liability system vis-à-vis the Non-Applicants appears to
be in essence derivative of claims against the Applicants and it would
neither be logical nor practical/functional to have that Product
Liability litigation not be dealt with on an all encompassing basis.
Moreover, it is flot uncommon in CCAA proceedings, in the
[8]
context of a plan of compromise and arrangement, to compromise
claims against the Applicants and other parties against whom such
claims or related claims are made. In addition, the Claims Resolution
Order, which was not appealed, clearly defines Product Liability
Claims to include claims against Third Parties and all of the Objecting
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Claimants did file Proofs Of Claim settling out in detail their claims
against numerous Third Parties.
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It is also, in my view, significant that the claims of certain of
[9]
the Third Parties who are funding the proposed settlement have against
the Applicants under various indemnity provisions will be compromised
by the ultimate Plan to be put forward to this court. That clone, in my
view, would be a sufficient basis to include in the Plan, the settlement of
claims against such Third Parties. The CCAA does not prohibit the
inclusion in a Plan of the settlement of claims against Third Parties. In
Canadian Airlines Corp., Re (2000), 20 C.B.R. (4th) 1 (Alta. Q.B.),
Paperney J. stated at p. 92:
While it is true that section 5.2 of the CCAA does not authorize a
release of claims against third parties other than directors, it does not
prohibit such releases either. The amended terms of the release will
not prevent claims from which the CCAA expressly prohibits release.
[Underlining added]
[41]
Subsequently, the Superior Court of Justice of Ontario, in a decision rendered in
the same case in 2007, wrote the following:
[20] A unique feature of this Plan is the Releases provided under the
Plan to Third Parties in respect of claims against them in any way
related to "the research, development, manufacture, marketing, sale,
distribution, application, advertising, supply, production, use or
ingestion of products sold, developed or distributed by or on behaif
of' the Applicants (see Article 9.1 of the Plan). It is self-evident, and
the Subject Parties have confirmed before this court, that the
Contributed Funds would not be established unless such Third Party
Releases are provided and accordingly, in my view it is fair and
reasonable to provide such Third Party releases in order to establish a
fund to provide for distributions to creditors of the Applicants. With
respect to support of the Plan, in addition to unanimous approval of
the Plan by the creditors represented at meetings of creditors, several
other
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stakeholder groups support the sanctioning of the Plan, including
Iovate Health Sciences Inc. and its subsidiaries (excluding the
Applicants) (collectively, the "Iovate Companies"), the Ad Hoc
Committee of MuscleTech Tort Claimants, GN Oldco, Inc. f/k/a
General Nutrition Corporation, Zurich American Insurance
Company, Zurich Insurance Company, HVL, Inc. and XL Insurance
America Inc. It is particularly significant that the Monitor supports
the sanctioning of the Plan.
[21]
With respect to balancing prejudices, if the Plan is not
sanctioned, in addition to the obvious prejudice to the creditors who
would receive nothing by way of distribution in respect of their
claims, other stakeholders and Third Parties would continue to be
mired in extensive, expensive and in some cases conflicting litigation
in the United States with no predictable outcome.
[ ... ]
[23]
The representative Plaintiffs opposing the sanction of the Plan
do not appear to be rearguing the basis on which the class claims were
disallowed. Their position on this motion appears to be that the Plan
is not fair and reasonable in that, as a result of the sanction of the
Plan, the members of their classes of creditors will be precluded as a
result of the Third Party Releases from taking any action not only
against MuscleTech but against the Third Parties who are defendants
in a number of the class actions. I have some difficulty with this
submission. As stated above, in my view, it must be found to be fair
and reasonable to provide Third Party Releases to persons who are
contributing to the Contributed Funds to provide funding for the
distributions to creditors pursuant to the Plan. Not only is it fair and
reasonable; it is absolutely essentiel. There will be no funding and no
Plan if the Third Party Releases are not provided. The representative
Plaintifs and all the members of their classes had ample opportunity
to submit individual proofs of daim and have chosen not to do so,
except for two or three of the representative Plaintifs who did file
individual proofs of daim but withdrew them when asked to submit
proof of purchase of the subject products. Not only are the claims of
the representative Plaintiffs and the members of their classes now
barred as a result of the Claims Bar Order, they cannot in my view
take the position that the Plan is not fair and reasonable because they
are not participating in the benefits of the Plan but are precluded from
continuing their actions against MuscleTech and the Third Parties
under the terms of the Plan. They had ample opportunity to
participate in the Plan and in the benefits of the Plan, which in many
cases would presumably have resulted in full reimbursement for the
cost of the product and, for whatever reason, chose not to do so.
[…]
[underlining added]
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[42]
To the same effect, the Superior Court decision in Charles Auguste
Fortier inc. (Arrangement relatif à), which thoroughly deals with the question
and concludes that a release in favor of the guarantor for the debtor company,
which plays a central role in the reorganisation of the business thereof and
without whose help the Plan will fail.
[43]
The situation in this case is similar: DCR will inject substantial
amounts in Respondent’s reorganisation under the Plan of Arrangement,
which will not occur if it does not receive the release provided in
paragraph 7.2.3. The Application for leave to appeal and the submissions
presented at the hearing do not support a conclusion that Petitioner disputes
such fact or disputes the absence of another source of financing, its argument
being rather that such release has no connection with the oppression of the
business. With respect, such argument cannot stand and, in my opinion, it
has no reasonable chance of success before this Court. The Application for
leave to appeal could not therefore be granted on this basis.
[116] The Debtor admits it, it wishes to continue the proceedings under the
CCAA to ultimately obtain the release of the directors.
[117] Various class actions have been filed against the Debtor. One of the
recourses filed in Québec and in which Petitioners filed motions were postponed to
February 26 involves not only the Debtor and its directors, but also more the
35 Defendants.
[118] These are the Defendants that Debtor would like to see at the table to try
and reach a settlement which would be beneficial for all. Several of such
Defendants are present in all stages of this case.
[119] A settlement in this case would have the benefit of avoiding, for all parties
thereto, the remedies which will take several years.
[120] In the current state of the case, it is impossible for a court to order that
amounts acknowledged to be owed by Compagnie d'Assurance XL be paid to a
creditor, rather than to another one.
[121] The only pratical, economical and legally possible way to settle this case
would be for third parties to enter into an arrangement proposal which shall be
submitted to all creditors.
[122] Nothing will prevent Petitioners in the class action to continue the
proceedings against the Defendants who will not participate therein, but this will
allow them to participate in the distribution of insurance indemnity for a total of
$25,000,000.
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[123] Obviously, for this thing to be successful, third parties will have to
participate for substantial amounts. Petitoners in the class action cannot be
allocated any insurance amounts since there are not entitled thereto. There are other
victims, not only the Petitioners in the class action. Those other victims have as
much right to the benefit of the insurance as the Petitioners in the class action.
Another fact to be considered is that the Government of Québec, through its
attorneys, declares since the start that it wishes that the insurance amount be given
to the victims. Such wish was mentioned at various hearings, but does not bind
anybody for the time being. The Government’s attorney also declared that his
definition of victims is not the same one as that of the Court. Indeed, an insurnace
company which would have indemnified a merchant for the loss of building or for
the loss of sales is also a victim of the railway tragedy. Legally, such insurance
company would be totally in its right to receive a part of the $25,000,000 of
XL Assurance.
[124] The Gouvernment of Québec may very well prefer the physical victims,
but that does not bind XL Assurance.
[125] Of course, if the Province of Québec has a claim of $200, 000,000 and
succeeds in recovering amounts, it may use them as it deems fit.
[126] The mentioned amount of $200,000,000 in fact appears conservative. If the
Province recover amounts, it may use them as it deems fit.
[127] But for the time being, we are in a situation where there are not assets that
may be shared between the creditors. It is therefore useless to establish a very
expensive claims process. Indeed, who would finance such process? The
Petitioners in the class action and the Government Québec also cannot behave as if
they were the sole creditors of MMA. One could easily believe that the value of the
other claims also exceeds hundreds of millions of dollars. But the creditors are
souverain between them. If they decide that a class of creditors shall receive
amounts while other creditors would have been entitled to receive such amounts
but decide to waive these amounts, they are entitled to do it. They may be entitled
thereto, but the means to quickly achieve such objective are not that many, for the
time being, the proceedings under way could leak to such a settlement, provided
that a plan be filed and accepted by the creditors. Let’s forget a proposal in
bankruptcy under the BIA, the process would be too expensive in the current state
of the case. The CCAA also has the benefit of being more flexible. The only
possible and quick solution is therefore the one proposed by the Debtor. Third
parties must participate in developing a proposal. A monetary contribution is
essential to participate. If an acceptable plan is proposed, the creditors may accept
it and may decide on classes of creditors who may participate in the distribution.
They could also agree that third parties be released.
[128] If the Court lifts the stay of proceedings against XL Compagnie
d'Assurance, there will be chaos and a race to obtain judgments.
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[129] The attorney for XL already mentioned to the Court that his interpretation
of the contract allows him to state that the insurance contract requires that the
company to pay the indemnities by paying the first to arrive.
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[130] Numerous recourses could then be brought against Debtor and the
insurance company, which would no longer be required to pay when an amount of
$25,000,000 would have been disbursed.
[131] The chances to obtain a judgment following a class action before the
recourses brought in the ordinary fashion would be meaning risk, especially when
Defendants are conceding there liability.
[132] The Court does not see how proceedings before other courts could be
stayed pending the result of the class action. No one is required to take part in such
recourse.
[12] Following that judgment, a negotiation process began with potentially liable third
parties. It is these negotiations which allow the creation of an indemnity fund of
430 million dollars to indemnify the victims of the railway tragedy which, let’s not forget,
are all creditors of the Debtor.
[13] All the Defendants that are being sued in a class action brought in Québec
agree to take part in the indemnity fund, with the exception of the Opponent, Canadian
Pacific Railway Company (CP).
[14] The Honorable Martin Bureau, S.C.J. granted the Motion for Leave to file a class
action against CP and World Fuel Services, which later joined the group contributing to
the indemnity fund.
[15] CP is refusing to participe in the fund, arguing that it is not responsible for the
railway tragedy. It is absolutely entitled to do so.
[16] However, for the reasons set out hereafter, it is obvious that the sole objective of
CP’s challenge is to defeat the proposed Plan of Arrangement or to obtain a strategic
negotiating advantage that would provide it with even more rights than it would have if
the parties had simply decided to settle the class action out of court. We will come back
to this point.
[17]
In its submissions, CP raises the following questions:
a) Doe section 4 of the CCAA grant a Court sitting under the CCAA the jurisdiction to
sanction a « Plan » that does not propose a transaction or an arrangement between a
debtor under the CCAA and its creditors?
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b) If the Court answers the question raised in (a) in the affirmative, does it have
jurisdiction under the CCAA to sanction a release in favor of a solvent third party
that is not “reasonably related to the restructuring” of the Debtor under the CCAA?
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c) If the Court answers the question raised in (b) in the affirmative, does it have
jurisdiction under the CCAA to sanction a « Plan » containing releases in favor of
third parties without any connection with the settlement of all claims against the
insolvent Debtor, that is that the claims against the Debtor are not covered by the
Plan and that such Plan does not grant any advantage to such Debtor?
d) Does an affirmative answer to question (b) or question (c) constitute a valid
constitutional interpretation of the Court’s jurisdiction to sanction a plan of
compromise or arrangement under the CCAA?
e) If the Court answers all the preceeding questions in the affirmative, is the plan and
the partial settlement agreements which are an integral part thereof, reasonable, fair
and equitable for all parties concerned, including the entities that are not parties to
the settlement?
[18] On March 31, 2015, MMAC files a Plan of Compromise and Arrangement, of which
section 2.1 states the following:
2.1 Purpose
The purpose of the Plan is:
(a)
to effect a full, final and irrevocable compromise, release, discharge, cancellation
and bar of all Affected Claims against the Released Parties;
(b)
to effect the distribution of the Funds for Distribution and payment of the Proven
Claims as set forth in Sections 4.2 and 4.3;
The Plan is put forward in the expectation that the Creditors, when considered as a whole,
will derive a greater benefit from the implementation of the Plan than they would in the
event of a bankruptcy of MMAC.
[19] The Monitor’s Nineteenth Report on Petitioner’s Plan of Arrangement dated
May 14, 2015 states the context in which the Plan was put forward by MMAC, and more
specifically, it underlined purpose.
- Paragraphs 11 and 13 of the Nineteenth Report:
11. In order to compensate creditors for damages suffered as a result of the
Derailment, it was clear to all concerned from the outset that this could only be
accomplished through contributions from potentially liable third parties ("Third
Parties") in exchange for full and final releases in respect of all litigation relating to
the Derailment..
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[—]
13. 13. The Plan is the result of many months of multilateral discussions between
the Petitioner's counsel, the Monitor and its counsel, the Trustee, Petitioner's
principal stakeholders, namely the Province of Quebec ("Province"), the Class
Representatives, the attorneys for derailment victims in the Chapter 11 case ("US
Legal Representatives") and the attorney for the Official Victims Committee (in the
Chapter 11 ("Official Committee") (collectively the "Major Stakeholders") and the
Third Parties, the purpose of which was to negotiate contributions by the Third
Parties to a Settlement Fund to be distributed to derailment victims. [ ... ]
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[Underlining added]
[20] CP submits that the sole purpose of the Plan is therefore irrefutable,: the
settlement of the victim creditors’ claims againt potentially liable third parties, and that the
Plan does not in any way address MMAC’s restructuring.
[21] This is incorrect. If one follows CP’s logic, the restructuring of the business would
be required to occur after the Plan is approved by the creditors.
[22] However, the restructuring is often completed before the Plan is approved by the
creditors. This is what happened in this case.
[23] Here, the railway is saved, jobs are saved and all industries and the
municipalities serviced by the railway have assurances that service will continue.
[24] It is not because some of the initial objectives have been met that this success is
to be ignored.
[25] Without the benefit of the CCAA, the railway tracks could very well have been
sold as scrap metal. This second catastrophy was avoided.
[26] In consideration for the respective contributions to the indemnity fund, the
released parties will have very broad « Releases and Injunctions ».
[27]
MMAC is not a released party under the Plan.
[28] More specifically, paragraph 5.1 of the Plan provides for the execution (i) of
very broad releases in favor of the Released Parties, and (ii) of injunctions
preventing any future claim against the Released Parties:
5.1 Plan Releases and Injunctions
“All Affected Claims shall be fully, finally, absolutely, unconditionally, completely,
irrevocably and forever compromised, remised, released, discharged, cancelled and
barred on the Plan Implementation Date as against the Released Parties.
All Persons (regardless of whether or not such Persons are Creditors or Claimants)
shall be permanently and forever barred, estopped, stayed and enjoined from (i)
pursuing any Claim, directly or indirectly, against the Released Parties, (ii)
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continuing or commencing, directly or indirectly, any action or other proceeding with
respect to any Claim against the Released Parties, or with respect to any claim that
could give rise to a Claim against the Released Parties whether through a cross-claim,
third-party claim, warranty claim, recursory claim, subrogation claim, forced
intervention or otherwise, (iii) seeking the enforcement, levy, attachment, collection,
contribution or recovery of or from any judgment, award, decree, or order against the
Released Parties or property of the Released Parties with respect to any Claim, (iv)
creating, perfecting, or otherwise enforcing in any manner, directly or indirectly, any
lien or encumbrance of any kind against the Released Parties or the property of the
Released Parties with respect to any Claim, (v) acting or proceeding in any manner,
in any place whatsoever, that does not conform to or comply with the provisions of
the Approval Orders to the full extent permitted by applicable law, (vi) asserting any
right of setoff, compensation, subrogation, contribution, indemnity, claim or action in
warranty or forced intervention, recoupment or avoidance of any kind against any
obligations due to the Released Parties with respect to any Claim or asserting any
right of assignment of or subrogation against any obligation due by any of the
Released Parties with respect to any Claim, and (vii) taking any actions to interfere
with the Implementation or consummation of this Plan; provided, however, that the
foregoing shall not apply to the enforcement of any obligations under the Plan.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Plan Releases and Injunctions as provided in this
Section 5.1 (i) shall have no effect on the rights and obligations provided by the
“Entente d’assistance financière découlant du sinistre survenu dans la ville de LacMégantic” signed on February 19, 2014 between Canada and the Province, (ii) shall
not extend to and shall not be construed as extending to any Unaffected Claims.”
[Our underlining]
[29] In addition to the foregoing, paragraph 5.3 of the Plan expressly states that any
claim against third party defendants:
“(a) is unaffected by this Plan;
(b) is not discharged, released, cancelled or barred pursuant to this Plan;
(c) shall be permitted to continue as against said Third Party Defendants;
(d) shall not be limited or restricted by this Plan in any manner as to quantum to the
extent that there is no double recovery as a result of the indemnification received by
the Creditors or Claimants pursuant to this Plan; and
(e) does not constitute an Affected Claim under this Plan.”
Moreover, paragraph 5.3 of the Plan repeats that no person can assert a claim against
any of the Released Parties.
5.3
Claims against Third Party Defendants
Any Claim of any Person, including MMAC and MMA, against the Third Party
Defendants that are not also Released Parties: (a) is unaffected by this Plan; (b) is
not discharged, released, cancelled or barred pursuant to this Plan; (c) shall be
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permitted to continue as against said Third Party Defendants; (d) shall not be limited
or restricted by this Plan in any manner as to quantum to the extent that there is no
double recovery as a result of the indemnification received by the Creditors or
Claimants pursuant to this Plan; and (e) does not constitute an Affected Claim under
this Plan. For greater certainty, and notwithstanding anything else contained herein,
in the event that a Claim is asserted by any Person, including MMAC and MMA,
against any Third Party Defendants that are not also Released Parties any and all
right(s) of such Third Party Defendants to claim over, claim against or otherwise
assert or pursue any rights or any Claim against any of the Released Parties at any
time, shall be released and discharged and forever barred pursuant to the terms of
this Plan and the Approval Orders.
[30] Finally, paragraph 3.3 of the Plan expressly states that certain claims are not
covered by the Plan:
“3.3
Unaffected Claims
Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, this Plan does not compromise,
release, discharge, cancel, bar or otherwise affect:
(a) the rights or claims of the Canadian Professionals and the U.S. Professionals for
fees and disbursements incurred or to be incurred for services rendered in
connection with or relating to the CCAA Proceeding or the Bankruptcy Case,
including the implementation of this Plan and the U.S. Plan.
(b) to the extent that there is, or may be, coverage for such Claims under any policy
of insurance issued by Great American or any affiliate, including, without
limitation, the Great American Policy, and only to the extent such coverage is
actually provided, which coverage shall be assigned to the Trustee and MMAC
and without any obligation on the part of the Rail World Parties or the D&O
Parties to make any payment or contribution to supplement what is actually
obtained by the Trustee or MMAC from such insurance policy (i) claims by
MMAC or the Trustee (and only the Trustee, MMAC, their designee, or, to the
extent applicable, the Estates) against the Rail World Parties and/or the D&O
Parties; and (ii) claims by the holders of Wrongful Death Claims against Rail
World, Inc., provided further, that any right or recovery by such holders of any
right or recovery by such holders of Wrongful Death Claims pursuant to the
action authorized by this subparagraph shall be, in all respects, subordinate to the
claims of the Trustee and MMAC, and their successors under the Plan, in the
above policies and (iii) claims by MMAC or the Trustee against the D&O Parties
for any alleged breach of fiduciary duty or any similar claim based upon the
D&O parties’ authorization for payments to holders of notes and warrants issued
pursuant to that certain Note and Warrant Purchase Agreement dated January 8,
2003 between MMA and certain noteholders (as amended from time to time) to
the extent such payments arise from the sale of certain assets of MMA to the
State of Maine.
(c) claims by MMAC and the Trustee under applicable bankruptcy and non
bankruptcy law to avoid and/or recover transfers from MMA, MMAC or MMA
Corporation to the holders of notes and warrants issued pursuant to that certain
Note and Warrant Purchase Agreement dated as of January 8, 2003 between
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MMA and certain noteholders (as amended from time to time) to the extent such
payments arise from the distribution of proceeds from the sale of certain assets
of MMA to the State of Maine.
(d) claims or causes of action of any Person, including MMAC, MMA and the
Released Parties (subject to the limitations contained in their respective
Settlement Agreements), against third parties other than any of the Released
Parties (subject to paragraph 3.3(e)).
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(e) claims or other rights preserved by any one of the Released Parties as set forth in
Schedule A.
(f)
MMAC’s obligations under the Plan, the Settlement Agreements, and the
Approval Orders.
(g) Claims against MMAC, except any Claims of the Released Parties other than
Canada. However, subject to the Approval Orders becoming Final Orders, the
Attorney General of Canada (i) has undertaken to irrevocably withdraw the
Proof of Claim filed on behalf of Department of Transport Canada and the Proof
of Claim filed on behalf of the Department of Public Safety and Emergency
Preparedness, (ii) has agreed to the reallocation in favor of the Creditors of any
and all dividends payable pursuant to this Plan or the U.S. Plan on the Proof of
Claim filed on behalf of Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions,
as set forth in Section 4.3, and (iii) has agreed not to file any additional Proof of
Claim under the CCAA Proceeding or the Bankruptcy Case.
(h) any liability or obligation of and claim against the Third Party Defendants,
insofar as they are not Released Parties, of whatever nature for or in connection
with the Derailment, including but not limited to the Class Action and the Cook
County Actions.
(i)
any Person for fraud or criminal and quasi-criminal charges filed or that may be
filed and, for greater certainty, for any fine or penalty arising from any such
charges.
(j)
any claims that any of the Rail World Parties and the D&O Parties may have to
seek recovery from any of their insurers for any attorneys' fees, expenses and
costs they have incurred prior to the Approval Date.
(k) claims that fall under Section 5.1(2) of the CCAA.
All of the foregoing rights and claims set out in this Section 3.3, inclusive, are
collectively referred to as the “Unaffected Claims” and any one of them is an
“Unaffected Claim”.”
[Our underlining]
[31] This is what leads CP to state that:
The Plan « does not compromise, release, cancel or bar, nor has any
consequence relating to » the claims against MMAC, that is that the claims
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against MMAC are not covered by the Plan. MMAC is not undergoing a
restruturing.
[32] In addition, CP submits the following:
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a) The claims of all “victims” and even possibly of the Released Parties may be
maintained or new recourses may be instituted both in Canada and in the
United States against the entities that are not parties to the settlement,
including CP;
b) Petitioners, pursuant to the class action, may continue their legal action
against Defendants CP and World Fuel Services with the added benefit that
such Defendants thereby “inherit” MMAC’s liability, while they are
prevented from claiming any contribution or indemnity from the Released
Parties!
[33] Indeed, that is CP’s main argument. What it finds wrong with the Plan is that CP is
now the only one targeted in the class action. It also argues that, since it is not released
under the Plan, it would be sued by all persons having sustained damages following the
derailment. It also argues that it would have to assume the portion that should be borne
by MMA. We will come back to this.
[34] CP properly summarizes the criteria for the exercice of the Court’s judicial
discretion concerning the approval of a plan when it states:
a) The Plan shall be in strict compliance with all statutory requirements and
previous orders of the Court;
b) All materials filed and proceedings carried out shall be examined to
determine if any measure taken or deemed to have been taken is prohibited
under the CCAA;
c) The Plan must be fair and reasonable. 1
[35] CP submits that the Plan is illegal and goes beyond the scope authorized by the
CCAA.
1
Dairy Corporation of Canada Limited (Re), (1934) O.R. 436, paragr. 1, 4; Northland Properties
Limited, (1998) 73 C.B.R. (N.S. 175), paragr. 24 et 29; Olympia & York Developments Ltd. (Re),
(1993) 17 C.B.R. (3d) 1 (Ont. Gen. Div.), paragr. 1; Canadian Airlines Corp. (Re), 2000 ABQB 442,
paragr. 60; Uniforêt Inc., Re (Trustee of), 2002 CanLII 24468, paragr. 14.
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[36] It is true that at the stage of the hearing on sanction, the Court must ensure that
the process conducted under the CCAA respected the Act and that nothing in the
proposed Plan is contrary thereto 2.
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[37] CP submits that a compromise or an arrangement necessarily involves the
reorganisation of the Debtor’s business.
[38] However, CP disregards the fact that, as already mentioned, the reorganisation
of the Debtor’s business already took place more than a year ago.
[39]
On the other hand, CP states:
“In any event, upon the sale of all assets of MMAC to RAH, the “secondary
objective” consisting in maximising the value of MMAC’s assets was
accomplished and the application of the CCAA could therefore no longer
accomplish a legitimate objective; indeed, all MMAC’s business, with the
exception of its liabilities, had been completely and finally liquidated.”
[40] Once again, CP seems to submit that, since the assets are sold, the Court
should end the process under the CCAA.
[41] Such claim has no legal basis and was indeed addressed in a judgment 3 by the
undersigned that did not give rise to any complaint from anyone.
[42] We must recall that CP’s representatives participated in all hearings presided
over by the undersigned.
[43] CP alternatively submits that the Court does not have jurisdiction to sanction the
releases and injunctions provided in favor of the Released Parties.
[44] In addition to having been addressed by a decision from the undersigned in this
case, the Court believes that it is now well established that the Courts may, under
the CCAA, sanction plans of arrangement providing for releases in favour of third
parties.
[45] In the Metcalfe 4 case, the Court of Appeal of Ontario states the criteria to be
applied in determining if the granting of releases in favour of third parties may be
approved:
2
3
4
Olympia & York Developments Ltd. (Re), (1993) 17 C.B.R. (3d) 1 (Ont. Gen. Div.), paragr. 23-26;
See judgment dated February 17, 2014, p. 22-29, paragr.113-123.
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[113] At para. 71 above I recited a number of factual findings the application
judge made in concluding that approval of the Plan was within his jurisdiction
under the CCAA and that it was fair and reasonable. For convenience, I
reiterate them here — with two additional findings — because they provide an
important foundation for his analysis concerning the fairness and
reasonableness of the Plan. The application judge found that:
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a) The parties to be released are necessary and essential to the
restructuring of the debtor;
b) The claims to be released are rationally related to the purpose of the
Plan and necessary for it;
c) The Plan cannot succeed without the releases;
d) The parties who are to have claims against them released are
contributing in a tangible and realistic way to the Plan;
e) The Plan will benefit not only the debtor companies but creditor
Noteholders generally;
f) The voting creditors who have approved the Plan did so with
knowledge of the nature and effect of the releases; and that,
g) The releases are fair and reasonable and not overly broad or
offensive to public policy.
[46] In that case, Justice Blair came to the conclusion that the releases sought in favour
of third Parties are justified. He also concludes that the releases must be reasonably
connected to the Plan:
[63] There is nothing to prevent a debtor and a creditor from including in a
contract between them a term providing that the creditor release a third
party. The term is binding as between the debtor and creditor. In the CCAA
context, therefore, a plan of compromise or arrangement may propose
that creditors agree to compromise claims against the debtor and to
release third parties, just as any debtor and creditor might agree to such
a term in a contract between them. Once the statutory mechanism
regarding voter approval and court sanctioning has been complied with, the
plan --including the provision for releases -- becomes binding on all
creditors (including the dissenting minority).
[…]
[66] Certain creditors argued that the court could not sanction the plan
because it did not constitute a "compromise or arrangement" between T&N
and the EL claimants since it did not purport to affect rights as between
them but only the EL claimants' rights against the EL insurers. The court
rejected this argument. Richards J. adopted previous jurisprudence --
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cited earlier in these reasons -- to the effect that the word
"arrangement" has a very broad meaning and that, while both a
compromise and an arrangement involve some "give and take", an
arrangement need not involve a compromise or be confined to a case of
dispute or difficulty (paras. 46-51).
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[…]
[69] In keeping with this scheme and purpose, I do not suggest that any and
all releases between creditors of the debtor company seeking to restructure
and third parties may be made the subject of a compromise or arrangement
between the debtor and its creditors. Nor do I think the fact that the releases
may be "necessary" in the sense that the third parties or the debtor may refuse
to proceed without them, of itself, advances the argument in favour of finding
jurisdiction (although it may well be relevant in terms of the fairness and
reasonableness analysis).
[70] The release of the claim in question must be justified as part of the
compromise or arrangement between the debtor and its creditors. In short,
there must be a reasonable connection between the third-party daim being
compromised in the plan and the restructuring achieved by the plan to
warrant inclusion of the third-party release in the plan. This nexus exists here,
in my view.
[47] In the Muscletech5 case, the Superior Court of Ontario also approves the granting of
releases to third parties having financed a plan of liquidation. Although it is of the opinion that it
is prematured to object to the contemplated releases (which objection should be raised at an
eventual hearing on the motion for sanction), the Honorable Justice Ground nonetheless
concludes that the CCAA allows such type of releases:
[7] With respect to the relief sought relating to Claims against Third Parties
the position of the Objecting Claimants appears to be that this court lacks
jurisdiction to make any order affecting claims against third parties who are
not applicants in a CCAA proceeding. I do not agree. In the case at bar, the
whole plan of compromise which is being funded by Third Parties will not
proceed unless the plan provides for a resolution of all claims against the
Applicants and Third Parties arising out of "the development, advertising and
marketing, and sale of health supplements, weight loss and sports nutrition or
other products by the Applicants or any of them" as part of a global
resolution of the litigation commenced in the United States. In his
Endorsement of January 18, 2006, Farley J. stated:
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Muscletech Research and Development Inc., Re, 2006 CanLII 34344 (ON SC).
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"the Product Liability system vis-à-vis the Non-Applicants appears to be in
essence derivative of claims against the Applicants and it would neither be
logical nor practical/functional to have that Product Liability litigation not
be dealt with on an all encompassing basis."
[…]
[9] It is also, in my view, significant that the claims of certain of the
Third Parties who are funding the proposed settlement have against the
Applicants under various indemnity provisions will be compromised by
the ultimate Plan to be put forward to this court. That alone, in my view,
would be a sufficient basis to include in the Plan, the settlement of claims
against such Third Parties. The CCAA does not prohibit the inclusion in
a Plan of the settlement of claims against Third Parties.
[…]
[11] In any event, it must be remembered that the Claims of the Objecting
Claimants are at this stage unliquidated contingent claims which may in the
course of the hearings by the Claims Officer, or on appeal to this court, be
found to be without merit or of no or nominal value. It also appears to me
that, to challenge the inclusion of a settlement of all or some claims
against Third Parties as part of a Plan of compromise and
arrangement, should be dealt with at the sanction hearing when the
Plan is brought forward for court approval and that it is premature to
bring a motion before this court at this stage to contest provisions of a
Plan not yet fully developed.
[48] In this case, the Releases sought are an essential condition to the viability of the
Plan since the Released Parties are the only ones financing the Plan. This weighs
strongly in favour of the fair and reasonable nature of the releases sought:
[23] [...] As stated above, in my view, it must be found to be fair and reasonable to
provide Third Party Releases to persons who are contributing to the Contributed
Funds to provide funding for the distributions to creditors pursuant to the Plan. Not
only is it fair and reasonable; it is absolutely essential. There will be no funding
and no Plan if the Third Party Releases are not provided. 66
[49] Alternatively, CP also submits that the Plan may not be used as a tool to settle
disputes between solvent third parties without granting a release to MMAC. This
subsidiary argument is in line with CP’s argument that the Plan negatively impacts its
rights.
[50]
Indeed, CP submits the following :
6
Muscletech Research and Development Inc. (Re), 2007 CanLII 5146
Voir aussi : Sino-Forest Corporation (Re), 2012 ONSC 7050, paragr. 74 (autorisation d'appeler refusée,
2013 ONCA 456
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Since CP’s liability is, among others, sought on a solidary basis in the class
action, and since CP is not a Released Party under the Plan, its rights shall be
directly and considerably affected.
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[51] CP submits inter alia that the partial settlement of multi-party litigation must be at least a
neutral event for the defendants that are not parties to the settlement.
[52] It submits that the Plan does not grant CP the ordinary protections it could
receive under the partial settlement of a class action in civil law.
[53] As already mentioned, nothing will prevent CP from defending itself in any action
brought against it. If it is not liable, the action will be dismissed.
[54] If it claims that the damages were caused through a third party’s fault, it may
submit this argument even if such third party is not involved in the proceedings.
[55] In fact, there would even be an advantage for CP as it may continue to argue
that the tragedy is everybody’s fault, except its own.
[56]
Indeed, the Supreme Court recently reminded us of the following7
[138] In our opinion, the Court of Appeal was also right to intervene on the
issue of damages. There was an overriding error in the trial judge’s
analysis. She failed to take into account the requirement that the liability be
apportioned solidarily, and to establish the amounts being awarded on the
basis of the actual liability of each of the solidary debtors. As the Court of
Appeal noted, [translation] “to every extent that more than one solidary
debtor could be liable for the heads of claim, Mr. Hinse’s releases made it
necessary to examine the causal faults and apportion liability”: para. 189.
Mr. Hinse should have borne the shares of the solidary debtors he had
released: arts. 1526 and 1690 C.C.Q.
[139] The trial judge addressed the issue of damages as if the Minister were
the only party to commit a fault and as if the damage sustained by Mr.
Hinse was due solely to the Minister’s [translation] “institutional inertia”:
paras. 75-77. Indeed, rather than fixing the damages amounts that could be
specifically attributed to the AGC, she simply relied on Mr. Hinse’s claims:
[translation] Furthermore, since, following the transaction entered into
between the AGQ and Hinse, the latter amended his proceeding so as to
claim from the AGC only the portion he had attributed to [the AGC] on the
7
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Hinse c. Canada (Procureur général), 2015 CSC 35.
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basis of the various heads of damage he raised, the Court will examine, for
the purpose of this proceeding and in compliance with the provisions
quoted above, only the applications that are in line with this new reality and
that concern solely the AGC. [para. 22]
[140] Thus, except in the case of the punitive damages, the trial judge
awarded the amounts being claimed on the assumption that Mr. Hinse had
correctly limited them to the amounts that solely concerned the AGC.
However, the apportionment of the liability of Mr. Hinse’s various
co-debtors had to be determined on the basis of the seriousness of each
one’s fault: art. 1478 C.C.Q. The trial judge could not simply rely on the
apportionment suggested by Mr. Hinse; her role as the arbiter of damages
required that she herself fix each debtor’s share of the liability.
[141] In addition to this overriding error, which skews the amounts awarded
under all the heads of damages, the grounds for each of those amounts were
also flawed.
(1)
Pecuniary Damage
[142] Poulin J. ordered the AGC to pay a total of $855,229.61 in respect of
pecuniary damage. This amount seems excessive, given that the AGQ had
already paid $1,100,000 under this head pursuant to the transaction entered
into with Mr. Hinse. At the very least, the onus was on Mr. Hinse to show
that the payments concerned distinct heads of compensation. He did not do
so. Moreover, when the amounts awarded are broken down, it is clear that
there was no justification for the amounts being claimed.
[57]
In short, if CP is not liable, the action shall be dismissed against it.
[58] If it is liable, and third parties also liable were released, CP will be released from
the portion of liability attributable to the solidary debtors that were released.
[59] In fact, what would be unfair would be to allow CP to benefit from a release while it
did not financially contribute to the Plan, contrary to the other co-defendants.
[60] CP also submits that it should be released from its pro rata share of liability with
MMA.
[61] It is certainly not with the jurisdiction of the undersigned judge to make that
decision.
[62]
The judge presiding over the proceedings against CP will make that decision.
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[63] With respect to the constitutional question raised in CP’s outline of arguments
and for which notices under section 95 CCP were sent, the Court acknowledges CP’s
lack of emphasis on this argument at the hearing.
[64] The Court adopts the arguments set out by the Attorney General of Canada
when it states:
4.
On May 15, 2015, the AGC received a notice from Canadian Pacific Railway
Company (CP) under section 95 of Code of Civil Procedure (CCP).
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5. CP does not challenge the constitutionnality of the Companies’ Creditors
Arrangement Act (“CCAA”) or any of its provisions.
• Submission Plan in support of Canadian Pacific Railway Company’s
objection to the Plan of Arrangement, para. 110.
6.
Rather, CP argues that the sanction by the Court of MMAC’s Plan under the
CCAA would massively and unlawfully encroach upon the provincial
legislatures’ jurisdiction with respect to property and civil rights.
7.
In the absence of argument from CP with respect to constitutional
applicability or validity of the CCAA, the notice under the CCP was not
required.
8.
We must also recall that the constitutional validity of a law depends on its
true nature and whether such nature is related to a matter falling under the
jurisdiction of the legislature which adopted it. The true nature of a law is
established pursuant to the purpose of the act and its legal effects. However,
the constitutional validity of a law does not depend on the effects it may
produce in a particular case.
• Canadian Western Bank c. Alberta, [2007] 2 S.C.R. 3, para. 25-27
(MMAC’s authorities, Tab 44).
9.
Also, and even though this is not the case here, the existence of a conflict
between a federal law and a provincial law is not relevent to the
constitutional validity of the law. The existence of a conflict of law could be
relevent pursuant to the doctrine of federal paramountcy — but such doctrine
would have the effect of rendering the provincial law inoperative to the
extent that it is inconsistent with the federal law.
• Peter HOGG, Constitutional Law of Canada, Se éd., vol.1, feuilles mobiles,
Thomson/Carswell, p. 16-1 - 16-3 (PGC’s authorities, Tab 1)
10. By its true and dominant nature, the CCAA is insolvency legislation. Its
purpose and effects favour the conclusion of fair and reasonable
compromises and arrangements, all while taking into consideration the
interests of the debtor company, its creditors, other interested parties and the
public interest.
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• Century Services Inc. v. Canada (Attorney General), [2010] 3 SCR
379, 2010 CSC 60, paragr. 60 (MMAC’s authorities, Tab14)
11. As such, the CCAA stems clearly from bankruptcy and insolvency, an area of
jurisdiction that is clearly attributed to Parliament by paragraph 91(21) of the
Constitutional Act of 1867.
• Reference re constitutional validity of the Compagnies Creditors
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Arrangement Ace (Dom.) [1934] S.C.R. 659, p. 660 ( MMAC’s
authorities, Tab 46)
12. There is no doubt that the CCAA cannot be held unconstitutional simply
because the exercise of the court’s jurisdiction thereunder produces effects on
the property and civil rights of the parties involved and that jurisdiction over
same is otherwise reserved for provincial legislatures.
• Canadian Western Bank c. Alberta, [2007] 2 S.C.R. 3, paragr. 28
(MMAC’s authorities, Tab 44)
« The fundamental corollary to this approach to constitutional analysis is
that legislation whose pith and substance falls within the jurisdiction of
the legislature that enacted it may, at least to a certain extent, affect
matters beyond the legislature’s jurisdiction without necessarily being
unconstitutional. »
13. Otherwise, the efficiency of the CCAA would be completely compromised.
• Peter HOGG Constitutional Law of Canada, 5e ed., vol. 1, loose
leaves, Thomson/Carswell, p. 25-3 (MMAC’s authorities, Tab 45)
14. The CCAA is constitutional, even to the extent that the powers that it grants
the courts allows for the approval of plans that grant releases to third parties.
• Metcalfe & Mansfield Alternative Investments II Corp., (Re), 2008
ONCA 587, par. 104 (MMAC’s authorities, Tab 24)
15. On the other hand, the Privy Council confirmed the constitutional validity of
an act of Parliament, derived from its jurisdiction regarding bankruptcy and
insolvency, allowing farmers to enter into plans of arrangement with their
creditors without such farmers being released from their debts.
• Farmers' Creditors Arrangement Act (FCAA), [1937] A.C. 391, p. 403-404
(MMAC’s authorities, Tab 49), confirming Reference re legislative
jurisdiction of Parliament of Canada to enact the Farmers' Creditors
Arrangement Act, 1934, as amended by the Farmers' Creditors
Arrangement Act Amendment Act, 1935, [1936] S.C.R. 384, p. 398
(MMAC’s authorities MMAC, Tab 48)
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16. As a result, to the extent that the CCAA intra vires of parliament even insofar
as it allows the Courts to sanction a plan of arrangement whereby the debtor
company is not released.
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17. The remedial and flexible nature of the CCAA allows the Courts to issue
innovative orders to the extent that they are issued in conformity with the
Act, which is the case here.
18. In fact, a plan of arrangements that grants releases to third parties and not
to the principal debtor was already endorsed by the Federal Court of
Australia.
• Lehman Brothers Australia Ltd. In the matter of Lehman Brothers
Australia Ltd ((in liq) No2), [2013] FCA 965, par. 34-57 (Australia)
(MMAC’s authorities, Tab 52)
19. It should also be noted that constitutional doctrine acknowledges that, “the
task of maintaining the balance of powers in practice falls primarily to
governments, and constitutional doctrine must facilitate, not undermine what
this Court has called “co-operative federalism”.”
• Canadian Western Bank vs. Alberta, [2007] 2 S.C.R. 3, par. 24
(MMAC’s authorities)
20. In the circumstances, the notice of constitutional question served by CP upon
the attorneys general does not apply and must therefore be dismissed.
[65] In short, the undersigned not only believes that the proposed plan is fair and
reasonable but to accept the arguments presented by CP would undermine public
confidence in the courts.
[66] Indeed, for over two years, the victims of the terrible Lac-Mégantic tragedy have
submitted themselves to the judicial process. For two years, all actions in this case
were focused on the presentation of the plan of arrangement that was unanimously
voted by the Debtor’s creditors.
[67] Although judicial resources are limited, considerable resources were employed
so that Lac-Mégantic’s victims could find justice.
[68] Attorneys and citizens of the districts of Mégantic, Saint-François and Bedford
were aware that the considerable judicial resources used in the Lac-Mégantic case
meant that those resources were not available to them.
[69]
The use of these judicial resources thus delayed other cases.
[70] Killing the plan of arrangement today for the sole benefit of a third party against
which a class action has been authorized, while that same third party has been
involved in the proceedings from the start, would be unfair and unreasonable.
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[71] A final comment should be made. The Petitioner filed under seal the settlement
agreements entered into between the potentially liable third parties. A judgment was
rendered by the undersigned on CP’s request to review such agreements.
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[72] CP was authorized to review redacted versions of the agreements. Therefore, it
does not know the amounts contributed by liable third parties, except with respect to
Irving Oil and World Fuel Services, which both made their contributions public.
[73] From the bench, the Court questioned whether it should review the individual
contributions made by every third party contributing to the indemnity fund while CP wold
have no knowledge of those amounts.
[74] Indeed, the rules of audi alteram partem and of public hearings may not be
resepcted if the Court considers evidence that is not available to one of the parties that
opposes the relief sought.
[75] It is for this reason that the Court did not review the contributions made by the
parties that contributed to the indemnity fund.
[76] The Court appreciates that the total contribution of $430M is reasonable in this
case.
[77] Moreover, the Court was informed throughout the process of all steps taken by
MMA. The Court designated attorneys to represent the victims of the Lac-Mégantic
tragedy and these attorneys were involved in the negotiation of the indemnity fund. The
government of Québec also took part in this negotiation.
[78] Because the Court knows the final amount that will be paid from the indemnity
fund, it does not need to know the exact amount contributed by each party. The Court
considers that the settlement that was unanimously accepted by the creditors is
reasonable.
WHEREFORE, THE COURT:
[79] GRANTS the Motion for approval of the Amended Plan of Arrangement;
DEFINITIONS
[80] ORDERS that capitalized terms not otherwise defined in this Order shall have
the meanings ascribed to them in the Amended Plan of Compromise and
Arrangement of the Petitioner dated June 8, 2015 and filed in the court record
on June 17, 2015, a copy of which is attached hereto as Schedule "A" (the
"Plan") or in the Creditors' Meeting Order granted by the Court on May 5, 2015
(the "Meeting Order"), as the case may be;
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SERVICE AND MEETING
[81] ORDERS AND DECLARES that that the Notification Procedures set out in
paragraphs 61 to 66 of the Meeting Order have been duly followed and that there
has been valid and sufficient notice of the Creditors' Meeting and service, delivery
and notice of the Meeting Materials including the Plan and the Monitor's
Nineteenth Report dated May 14, 2015, for the purpose of the Creditors' Meeting,
which service, delivery and notice was effected by (i) publication on the Monitor's
Website, (ii) sending to the Service List, (iii) mailing of the documents set out in
paragraph 64 of the Meeting Order to all known Creditors, by prepaid regular mail,
courier, fax or email, at the address appearing on a Creditor's Proof of Claim, and
(iv) publication of the Notice to Creditors in the Designated Newspapers, and that
no other or further notice is or shall be required;
[82] ORDERS AND DECLARES that the Creditors' Meeting was duly called,
convened, held and conducted in accordance with the CCAA and the Orders of
this Court in these proceedings, including without limitation the Meeting Order;
SANCTION OF THE PLAN
[83] ORDERS AND DECLARES that :
a) the Petitioner is a debtor company to which the CCAA applies, and the Court
has jurisdiction to sanction the Plan;
b) the Plan has been approved by the required majority of Creditors with Voting
Claims in conformity with the CCAA and the Meeting Order;
c) the Petitioner has complied in all respects with the provisions of the CCAA and
all the Orders made by this Court in the CCAA Proceedings;
d) the Court is satisfied that the Petitioner has neither done nor purported to do
anything that is not authorized by the CCAA; and
e) the Petitioner, Creditors having Government Claims, the Class
Representatives, and the Released Parties have each acted in good faith and
with due diligence, and the Plan (and its implementation) is fair and
reasonable, and in the best interests of the Petitioner, the Creditors, the other
stakeholders of the Petitioner and all other Persons stipulated in the Plan;
[84] ORDERS AND DECLARES that the Plan and its implementation, are
hereby sanctioned and approved pursuant to Section 6 of the CCAA;
PLAN IMPLEMENTATION
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[85] DECLARES that the Petitioner and the Monitor are hereby authorized
and directed to take all steps and actions, and to do all such things, as
determined by the Monitor and the Petitioner, respectively, to be
necessary or appropriate to implement the Plan in accordance with its
terms and as contemplated thereby, and to enter into, adopt, execute,
deliver, implement and consummate all of the steps, transactions and
agreements, including, without limitation, the Settlement Agreements, as
required by the Monitor or the Petitioner, respectively, as contemplated
by the Plan, and all such steps, transactions and agreements are hereby
approved;
[86] ORDERS that as of the Plan Implementation Date, the Petitioner,
represented by the Trustee, the sole shareholder of the Petitioner, shall be
authorized and directed to issue, execute and deliver any and all
agreements, documents, securities and instruments contemplated by the
Plan, and to perform its obligations under such agreements, documents,
securities and instruments as may be necessary or desirable to implement
and effect the Plan, and to take any further actions required in connection
therewith;
[87] ORDERS that the Plan and all associated steps, compromises,
transactions, arrangements, releases, injunctions, offsets and
cancellations effected thereby are hereby approved, shall be deemed to
be implemented and shall be binding and effective in accordance with the
terms of the Plan or at such other time, times or manner as may be set
forth in the Plan, in the sequence provided therein, and shall enure to the
benefit of and be binding upon the Petitioner, the Released Parties and
all Persons affected by the Plan and their respective heirs, administrators,
executors, legal persona) representatives, successors and assigns;
[88] ORDERS, subject to the terms of the Plan, that from and after the Plan
Implementation Date, all Persons shall be deemed to have waived any
and all defaults of the Petitioner then existing or previously committed by
the Petitioner, or caused by the Petitioner, directly or indirectly, or noncompliance with any covenant, warranty, representation, undertaking,
positive or negative pledge, term, provision, condition or obligation,
expressed or implied, in any contract, instrument, credit document, lease,
guarantee, agreement for sale, deed, licence, permit or other agreement,
written or oral, and any and all amendments or supplements thereto,
existing between such Person and the Petitioner arising directly or
indirectly from the filing by the Petitioner under the CCAA and the
implementation of the Plan and any and ail notices of default and
demands for payment or any step or proceeding taken or commenced in
connection therewith under any such agreement shall be deemed to
have been rescinded and of no further force or effect, provided that
nothing shall be deemed to excuse the Petitioner from performing its
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obligations under the Plan or be a waiver of defaults by the Petitioner
under the Plan and the related documents;
[89]
ORDERS that from and alter the Plan Implementation Date, and for the
purposes of the Plan only, if the Petitioner does not have the ability or the
capacity pursuant to applicable law to provide its agreement, waiver,
consent or approval to any matter requiring its agreement, waiver,
consent or approval under the Plan, such agreement, waiver, consent or
approval may be provided by the Trustee, or that such agreement,
waiver, consent or approval shall be deemed not to be necessary;
[90]
ORDERS that upon fuifillment or waiver of the conditions precedent to
implementation of the Plan as set out and in accordance with Article 6 of
the Plan, the Monitor shall deliver the Monitor's Certificate, substantially in
the form attached as Schedule "B" to this Order, to the Petitioner in
accordance with Article 6.1 of the Plan and shall file with the Court a copy
of such certificate as soon as reasonably practicable on or forthwith
following the Plan Implementation Date and shall post a copy of same,
once filed, on the Monitor's Website;
DISTRIBUTIONS BY THE MONITOR
[91]
ORDERS that on the Plan Implementation Date, the Monitor shall be
authorized and directed to administer and finally determine the Affected
Claims of Creditors and to manage the distribution of the Funds for
Distribution in accordance with the Plan and the Claims Resolution Order;
[92]
ORDERS AND DECLARES that ail distributions to and payments by or at
the direction of the Monitor, in each case on behalf of the Petitioner, to
the Creditors with Voting Claims under the Plan are for the account of the
Petitioner and the fulfillment of its obligations under the Plan including to
make distributions to Affected Creditors with Proven Claims;
[93] ORDERS AND DECLARES that, notwithstanding:
a) the pendency of these proceedings and the declarations of insolvency made
therein;
b) any application for a bankruptcy order now or hereafter issued pursuant to
the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act, R.S.C., c. B-3, as amended (the "BIA")
in respect of the Petitioner and any bankruptcy order issued pursuant to any
such application; and
c) any assignment in bankruptcy made in respect of the Petitioner;
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the transactions contemplated in the Plan, the payments or distributions made in
connection with the Plan and the Settlement Agreements contemplated thereby,
whether before or alter the Filing Date, and any action taken in connection
therewith, including, without limitation, under this Order shall not be void or
voidable and do not constitute nor shall they be deemed to be a settlement,
fraudulent preference, assignment, fraudulent conveyance, transfer at
undervalue or other challengeable transaction under the BIA, article 1631 and
following of the Civil Code or any other applicable federal or provincial legislation,
and the transactions contemplated in the Plan, the payments or distributions
made in connection with the Plan and the Settlement Agreements contemplated
thereby, whether before or alter the Filing Date, and any action taken in
connection therewith, do not constitute conduct meriting an oppression remedy
under any applicable statute and shall be binding on an interim receiver, receiver,
liquidator or trustee in bankruptcy appointed in respect of the Petitioner;
APPROVAL OF SETTLEMENT AGREEMENTS
[94]
ORDERS AND DECLARES that (i) the Petitioner has entered into the
Settlement Agreements in exchange for fair and reasonable consideration;
(ii) each Settlement Agreement is a good faith compromise, in the best
interests of the Petitioner, the Creditors, the other stakeholders of the
Petitioner and all other Persons stipulated in the Plan; (iii) each Settlement
Agreement is fair, equitable and reasonable and an essential element of
the Plan and (iv) each of the Settlement Agreements be and is hereby
approved;
[95]
ORDERS that the Settlement Agreements shall be sealed and shall not
form part of the public record, subject to further Order of this Court;
[96]
ORDERS AND DIRECTS the Monitor to do such things and take such
steps as are contemplated to be done and taken by the Monitor under the
Plan. Without limitation: (i) the Monitor shall hold the lndemnity Fund to
which the Settlement Funds will be deposited; and (ii) hold and distribute
the Funds for Distribution in accordance with the terms of the Plan and the
Claims Resolution Order;
RELEASES AND INJUNCTIONS
[97]
ORDERS AND DECLARES that the compromises, arrangements,
releases, discharges and injunctions contemplated in the Plan, including
those granted by and for the benefit of the Released Parties, are integral
components thereof and are necessary for, and vital to, the success of
the Plan and that all such releases, discharges and injunctions are
hereby sanctioned, approved, binding and effective as and from the
Effective Time on the Plan Implementation Date. For greater certainty,
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nothing herein or in the Plan shall release or affect any rights or
obligations provided under the Plan;
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[98]
[99]
ORDERS that, without limiting anything in this Order, including without
limitation, paragraph 19 hereof, or anything in the Plan, any Claim that
any Person (regardless of whether or not such Person is a Creditor or
Claimant) holds or asserts or may in the future hold or assert against
any of the Released Parties or that could give rise to a Claim against the
Released Parties whether through a cross-claim, third-party claim,
warranty claim, recursory claim, subrogation claim, forced intervention
or otherwise, arising out of, in connection with and/or in any way related
to the Derailment, the Policies, MMA, and/or MMAC, is hereby
permanently and automatically released and the enforcement,
prosecution, continuation or commencement thereof is permanently and
automatically enjoined and forbidden. Any and all Claims against the
Released Parties are permanently and automatically compromised,
discharged and extinguished, and all Persons and Claimants, whether
or not consensually, shall be deemed to have granted full, final,
absolute, unconditional, complete and definitive releases of any and all
Claims to the Released Parties;
ORDERS that all Persons (regardless of whether or not such Persons are
Creditors or Claimants) shall be permanently and forever barred,
estopped, stayed and enjoined from (i) pursuing any Claim, directly or
indirectly, against the Released Parties, (ii) continuing or commencing,
directly or indirectly, any action or other proceeding with respect to any
Claim against the Released Parties, or with respect to any claim that, with
the exception of any claims preserved pursuant to Section 5.3 of the Plan
against any Third Party Defendants that are not also Released Parties,
could give rise to a Claim against the Released Parties whether through a
cross-claim, third-party claim, warranty claim, recursory claim, subrogation
claim, forced intervention or otherwise, (iii) seeking the enforcement, levy,
attachment, collection, contribution or recovery of or from any judgment,
award, decree, or order against the Released Parties or property of the
Released Parties with respect to any Claim, (iv) creating, perfecting, or
otherwise enforcing in any manner, directly or indirectly, any lien or
encumbrance of any kind against the Released Parties or the property of
the Released Parties with respect to any Claim, (v) acting or proceeding in
any manner, in any place whatsoever, that does not conform to or comply
with the provisions of the Approval Orders to the full extent permitted by
applicable law, and (vi) asserting any right of setoff, compensation,
subrogation, contribution, indemnity, claim or action in warranty or forced
intervention, recoupment or avoidance of any kind against any obligations
due to the Released Parties with respect to any Claim or asserting any
right of assignment of or subrogation against any obligation due by any of
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the Released Parties with respect to any Claim; and (vii) taking any
actions to interfere with the implementation or consummation of this Plan,
provided, however, that the foregoing shall not apply to the enforcement of
any obligations under the Plan;
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[100] ORDERS that notwithstanding the foregoing, the Plan Releases and
Injunctions as provided in this Order (i) shall have no effect on the rights
and obligations provided by the "Entente d'assistance financière découlant
du sinistre survenu dans la ville de Lac-Mégantic" signed on February 19,
2014 between Canada and the Province, (ii) shall not extend to and shall
not be construed as extending to any Unaffected Claims;
[101] ORDERS that, without limitation to the Meeting Order and Claims
Procedure Order, any holder of a Claim, including any Creditor, who did
not file a Proof of Claim before the applicable Bar Date shall be and is
hereby forever barred from making any Claim against the Petitioner and
Released Parties and any of their successors and assigns, and shall not
be entitled to any distribution under the Plan, and that such Claim is
forever extinguished;
CHARGES
[102] ORDERS that, subject to paragraphs 25 and 27 hereof, upon the Plan
Implementation Date, all CCAA Charges against the Petitioner or its
property created by the Initial Order or any subsequent orders (as defined
in the Initial Order, the "CCAA Charges") shall be terminated, discharged
and released;
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[103] ORDERS that, notwithstanding paragraph 24 hereof, the Canadian
Professionals and U.S. Professionals are entitled to the Administration
Charge set out in Article 7 of the Plan as security for the payment of the
fees and disbursements of the Canadian Professionals and U.S.
Professionals;
[104] DECLARES that the Canadian Professionals and U.S. Professionals, as
security for the professional fees and disbursements owed or to be owed
to them in connection with or relating to the CCAA Proceeding including
the Plan and its implementation, be entitled to the benefit of and are
hereby granted a charge and security in the Settlement Funds, to the
exclusion of the XL lndemnity Payment, to the extent of the aggregate
amount of $20,000,000.00, plus any applicable sales taxes for the
Canadian Professionals (defined in the Plan as the Administration Charge
Reserve). The Administration Charge shall rank in priority to any and all
other hypothecs, mortgages, liens, security interests, priorities, charges,
encumbrances, security or rights of whatever nature or kind or deemed
trusts (collectively "Encumbrances") affecting the Settlement Funds, to
the exclusion of the XL Indemnity Payment, if any;
[105] ORDERS that the Petitioner shall not grant any Encumbrances in or
against the Settlement Funds that rank in priority to, or pari passu with,
the Administration Charge unless the Petitioner obtains the prior written
consent of the Monitor and the prior approval of the Court.
[106] DECLARES that the Administration Charge shall immediately attach to
the Settlement Funds, notwithstanding any requirement for the consent of
any party to any such charge or to comply with any condition precedent.
[107] DECLARES that the Administration Charge and the rights and remedies
of the beneficiaries of same, shall be valid and enforceable and shall not
otherwise be limited or impaired in any way by: (i) these proceedings and
the declaration of insoivency made herein; (ii) any petition for a receiving
order filed pursuant to the BIA in respect of the Petitioner or any receiving
order made pursuant to any such petition or any assignment in
bankruptcy made or deemed to be made in respect of the Petitioner; or
(iii) any negative covenants, prohibitions or other similar provisions with
respect to borrowings, incurring debt or the creation of Encumbrances,
contained in any agreement or other arrangement which binds the
Petitioner (a "Third Party Agreement"), and notwithstanding any
provision to the contrary in any Third Party Agreement:
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a) the creation of the Administration Charge shall not create or be deemed to
constitute a breach by the Petitioner of any Third Party Agreement to which
it is a party; and
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b) any of the beneficiaries of the Administration Charge shall not have liability to any
Person whatsoever as a resuit of any breach of any Third Party Agreement
caused by or resulting from the creation of the Administration Charge;
[108] DECLARES that notwithstanding: (i) these proceedings and any
declaration of insolvency made herein, (ii) any petition for a receiving
order filed pursuant to the BIA in respect of the Petitioner and any
receiving order allowing such petition or any assignment in bankruptcy
made or deemed to be made in respect of the Petitioner, and (iii) the
provisions of any federal or provincial statute, the payments or disposition
of Settlement Funds made by the Monitor pursuant to the Plan and the
granting of the Administration Charge, do not and will not constitute
settlements, fraudulent preferences, fraudulent conveyances or other
challengeable or reviewabie transactions or conduct meriting an
oppression remedy under any applicable law;
[109] DECLARES that the Administration Charge shall be valid and enforceable
as against all Settlement Funds, subject to the Administration Charge
Reserve, and against all Persons, including, without limitation, any trustee
in bankruptcy, receiver, receiver and manager or interim receiver of the
Petitioner, for all purposes;
[110] ORDERS that, notwithstanding any of the terms of the Plan or this Order,
the Petitioner shall not be released or discharged from its obligation in
respect of the Unaffected Claims, including, without limitation, to pay the
fees and expenses of the Canadian Professionals and the U.S.
Professionals;
STAY OF PROCEEDINGS
[111] EXTENDS the Stay Period (as defined in the Initial Order and as extended
from time to time) to and including December 15, 2015;
[112] ORDERS that all orders made in the CCAA Proceedings shall continue in full
force and effect in accordance with their respective terms, except to the extent
that such Orders are varied by, or inconsistent with, this Order,
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the Meeting Order, the Claims Resolution Order or any further Order of
this Court;
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THE MONITOR
[113] ORDERS that all of the actions and conduct of the Monitor disclosed in
the Monitor's Reports are hereby approved, and DECLARES that the
Monitor has satisfied all of its obligations up to and including the date of
this Order;
[114] ORDERS that, effective upon the Plan Implementation Date, any and all
claims against (a) the Monitor in connection with the performance of its
duties as Monitor of the Petitioner up to the Plan Implementation Date, (b)
the Released Parties in connection with any act or omission relating to the
negotiation, drafting or execution of their respective Settlement
Agreements, or the negotiation, solicitation or implementation of the Plan,
(c) Creditors having Government Claims in connection with the
negotiation, solicitation and implementation of the Plan, and (d) the Class
Representatives in connection with the negotiation, solicitation and
implementation of the Plan shall, in each case, be and are hereby stayed,
extinguished and forever barred and neither the Monitor, the Released
Parties, Creditors having Government Claims nor the Class
Representatives shall have any liability in respect thereof except for any
liability arising out of gross negligence or willful misconduct on the part of
any of them, provided however that this paragraph shall not release (i) the
Monitor of its remaining duties pursuant to the Plan and this Order (the
"Remaining Duties") or (ii) the Released Parties from their remaining
duties pursuant to their respective Settlement Agreements;
[115] ORDERS that no action or other proceeding shall be commenced against
the Monitor in any way arising from or related to its capacity or conduct as
Monitor except with prior leave of this Court on notice to the Monitor and
upon such terms as may be determined by the Court;
[116] DECLARES that the protections afforded to Richter Advisory Group Inc.,
as Monitor and as officer of this Court, pursuant to the terms of the Initial
Order and the other Orders made in the CCAA Proceedings shall not
expire or terminate on the Plan Implementation Date and, subject to the
terms hereof, shall remain effective and in full force and effect;
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[117] DECLARES that the Monitor has been and shall be entitled to rely on the
books and records of the Petitioner and any information provided by
thePetitioner without independent investigation and shall not be liable for
any claims or damages resulting from any errors or omissions in such
books, records or information;
[118] DECLARES that any distributions under the Plan and this Order shall not
constitute a "distribution" and the Monitor shall not constitute a "legal
representative" or "representative" of the Petitioner for the purposes of
section 14 of the Tax Administration Act (Québec) or any other similar
provincial or territorial tax legislation (collectively the "Tax Statutes")
given that the Monitor is only a disbursing agent of the payments under
the Plan, and the Monitor in making such payments is not "distributing",
nor shall be considered to "distribute" nor to have "distributed", such
funds for the purpose of the Tax Statutes, and the Monitor shall not incur
any liability under the Tax Statutes in respect of it making any payments
ordered or permitted hereunder or under the Plan, and is hereby forever
released, remised and discharged from any claims against it under or
pursuant to the Tax Statutes or otherwise at law, arising in respect of
payments made or to be made under the Plan or this Order and any
claims of this nature are hereby forever barred;
[119] DECLARES that the Monitor shall not, under any circumstances, be liable
for any of the Petitioner's tax liabilities regardless of how or when such
liability may have arisen;
[120] DECLARES that neither the Monitor, the Released Parties, Creditors
having Governmental Claims nor the Class Representatives shall incur
any liability as a result of acting in accordance with the Plan and the
Orders, including without limitation, this Order, other than any liability
arising out of or in connection with the gross negligence or willful
misconduct of any of them;
[121] ORDERS that upon the completion by the Monitor of its Remaining
Duties, including, without limitation, distributions made by or at the
direction of the Monitor in accordance with the Plan, the Monitor shall file
with the Court the Monitors Plan Completion Certificate, substantially in
the form attached as Schedule "C" to this Order (the "Monitor's Plan
Completion Certificate") stating that all of the Monitor's Remaining
Duties have been completed and that the Monitor is unaware of any
claims with respect to its performance of such Remaining Duties, and
upon the filing of the Monitor's Plan Completion Certificate, Richter
Advisory Group Inc. shall be deemed to be discharged from its duties as
Monitor of the Petitioner in the CCAA Proceedings and released from any
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and all claims relating to its activities as Monitor in the CCAA
Proceedings;
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[122] ORDERS AND DECLARES that the Monitor and the Petitioner, and their
successors and assigns, as necessary, are authorized to take any and
all actions as may be necessary or appropriate to comply with applicable
tax withholding and reporting requirements. Ail amounts withheld on
account of taxes shall be treated for all purposes as having been paid to
the Affected Creditors in respect of which such withholding was made,
provided such withheld amounts are remitted to the appropriate
governmental authority;
GENERAL
[123] DECLARES that the Monitor or the Petitioner may, from time to time,
apply to this Court for any advice, directions or determinations concerning
the exercise of their respective powers, duties and rights hereunder or in
respect of resolving any matter or dispute relating to the Plan, the Claims
Resolution Order or this Order, or to the subject matter thereof or the
rights and benefits thereunder, including, without limitation, regarding the
distribution mechanics under the Plan;
[124] DECLARES that any other directly affected party that wishes to apply to
this Court, including with respect to a dispute relating to the Plan, its
implementation or its effects, must proceed by motion presentable before
this Court alter a 10-day prior notice of the presentation thereof given to
the Petitioner and the Monitor in accordance with the Initial Order;
[125] DECLARES that the Monitor is authorized to apply as it may consider
necessary or desirable, with or without notice, to any other court or
administrative body, whether in Canada, the United States of America or
elsewhere, for an order recognizing the Plan and this Order and
confirming that the Plan and this Order are binding and effective in such
jurisdiction and that the Monitor is the Petitioner's foreign representative
for those purposes;
[126] REQUESTS the aid and recognition of any Court or administrative body
in any Province of Canada and any Canadian federal court or
administrative body and any federal or state court or administrative body
in the United States of America and any court or administrative body
elsewhere, to act in aid of and to be complementary to this Court in
carrying out the terms of the Order, including the registration of this Order
in any office of public record by any such court or administrative body or
by any Person affected by the Order;
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[127] ORDERS that Schedule B to the Amended Plan and the Settlement agreements
included therein, save and except for the XL Settlement Agreement, be filed
under seal, the whole subject to further Order of this Court;
[128] ORDERS the provisional execution of this Order notwithstanding any appeal and
without the necessity of furnishing any security;
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[129] THE WHOLE with costs against the Canadian Pacific Railway Company.
(S) Gaétan Dumas
GAÉTAN DUMAS, S.C.J.
Me Patrice Benoit
Me Alexander Bayus
Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP
For Montréal, Maine & Atlantic Canada Co.
Me Sylvain Vauclair
Woods LLP
For Richter Groupe Conseil inc.
(Richter Advisory Group inc.)
Me Alain Riendeau
Me Enrico Forlini
Me André Durocher
Me Brandon Farber
Fasken Martineau Dumoulin
For Canadian Pacific Railway Company
Date of hearing : June 17, 2015
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SCHEDULE "B"
MONITOR'S PLAN IMPLEMENTATION DATE CERTIFICATE
SUPERIOR COURT
CANADA
Commercial Division
(Sitting as a court designated pursuant to the
Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act,
R.S.C., c. C-36, as amended)
PROVINCE OF QUÉBEC
DISTRICT OF MONTRÉAL
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No. : 500-11-
IN THE MATTER OF THE PLAN OF COMPROMISE
OF:

Petitioner
-and
Monitor
CERTIFICATE OF THE MONITOR OF  (Plan Implementation)
All capitalized terms not otherwise defined herein have the meanings ascribed
thereto in the Plan of Compromise and Arrangement of • pursuant to the
Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. C-36, as amended,
dated • (as may be amended, restated, supplemented and/or modified in
accordance with its terms, the "Plan").
Pursuant to section  of the Plan,  (the "Monitor"), in its capacity as
Court-appointed Monitor of [DEBTOR], delivers this certificate to [DEBTOR] and
hereby certifies that all of the conditions precedent to implementation of the Plan
as set out in section  of the Plan have been satisfied or waived by  .
Pursuant to the Plan, the [Plan Implementation Date] has occurred on this day.
This Certificate will be filed with the Court and posted on the Monitor's Website.
DATED at the City of Montréal, in the Province of Québec, this ____day of
__________________ 
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 , in its capacity as the Court-appointed
Monitor of [DEBTOR]
Per:
Name:
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SCHEDULE "C"
MONITOR'S PLAN COMPLETION CERTIFICATE
CANADA
SUPERIOR COURT
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DISTRICT OF MONTRÉAL
Commercial Division
(Sitting as a court designated pursuant to the
Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act,
IN THE MATTER OF THE PLAN OF COMPROMISE
OF:

Petitioner
-and
Monitor
CERTIFICATE OF THE MONITOR
(Plan Completion)
RECITALS:
A.
Pursuant to an Order of the Honourable  of the Québec Superior
Court (Commercial Division) (the "Court") dated  ,  was appointed
as the Monitor (the "Monitor") of [DEBTOR].
B.
Pursuant to an Order of the Honourable  of the Court dated  (the
"Sanction Order"), the Court sanctioned and approved the Plan of
Compromise of  pursuant to the Companies' Creditors Arrangement
Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. C-36, as amended, dated  (as may be amended,
restated, supplemented and/or modified in accordance with its terms, the
"Plan").
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C.
Pursuant to the Sanction Order, the Court ordered that upon the completion
by the Monitor of its Remaining Duties, including, without limitation,
distributions to be made by or at the direction of the Monitor in accordance
with the Plan, the Monitor shall file with the Court a certificate stating that all
of the Remaining Duties have been completed and that the Monitor is
unaware of any claims with respect to its performance of such Remaining
Duties, and upon the filing of such certificate,  shall be deemed to be
discharged from its duties as Monitor of  in the CCAA Proceedings and
released from any and all claims relating to its activities as Monitor in the
CCAA Proceedings.
D.
Ail capitalized terms not otherwise defined herein shall have the meaning set
out in the Sanction Order.
Pursuant to paragraph  of the Sanction Order, • in its capacity as Courtappointed Monitor of  (the "Monitor") hereby certifies that the Monitor has
completed its Remaining Duties, including, without limitation, distributions to be
made by or at the direction of the Monitor in accordance with the Plan and that the
Monitor is unaware of any claims with respect to its performance of such
Remaining Duties.
DATED at the City of Montréal, in the Province of Québec, this

day of ________
 , in its capacity as the Courtappointed Monitor of •
Per:
Name:
Title:
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Aux Jardins Couverts
Centre équestre Le Vent du Sud
Coiffure Do Doris St‐Hilaire
Comité culturel A/S Annie Julien
Conseils Management Roger Tremblay
Dépanneur Esso Centre‐Ville
Distribution Alexandre Moffatt
Distribution M.F
Entrepot Plancher Design
Fiducie Andréanne Veilleux
Fiducie Jean‐Philippe Veilleux
Fraisière C G Roy
Les champs de l'est inc. Noel
L'Exotic Boutique L'Élégance
M.I Enr Marguerite Lafontaine
Peinture Céramique Lemieux
Raccompagnement du Lac Pierre Bouffard
Syndicat des Copropriétaires des condos du phare Hotte
Adam Bouffard
Adam Lessard
Adele Létourneau‐Vachon
Adèle Vallerand
Adonia Demers
Adrien Poirier
Adrien Bolduc
Adrien Boucher
Adrienne Guay
Agathe Isabel
Agathe Lafontaine
Aimé Boulet
Alain Bédard
Alain Boisvert
Alain Bourque
Alain Brault
Alain Couture
Alain Gagné
Alain Gauthier
Alain Grenier
Alain Jacques
Alain Langdon
Alain Latulippe
Alain Magnani
Alain Perreault
Alain Pierre‐luc
Alain Roy
Alain Talbot
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Zacharie Giroux‐Quirion
Zacharie Roy
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Name
9034-3286 Quebec Inc.
9064-0350 Quebec Inc
9139-2704 Quebec Inc.
9221-9518 Quebec Inc (Citron Vert)
9224-4557 Quebec Inc
9225-2949 Quebec Inc.
9254-1978 Quebec Inc
9267-7772 Québec Inc.
Accuworx Inc
Agropur Coopérative
AIG Insurance Company of Canada
Atelier d'Usinage M Mercier
Ateliers Serlgraff Concept inc
Auberge H.J.P. Inc.
Aux Jardins Couverts
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4893, Champlain
1836, Route 161- CP 254
4783, rue Laval
3515, Boul Stearns
A-4338, rue Laval
3720, Pascal
5031, blvd des Veterans
296, rue Saint-Jean Ouest
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3598, chemin de Marsboro
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Bell Alliant Regional Communications LP
Bijouterie Pesant d'Or Inc.
Bois Lambert Inc
C.S.S.T.
Câble-Axion Digitel Inc
Centre équestre Le Vent du Sud
87, Ontario Street W, 5th Floor
3720, Pascal
4640, rue J-E Laflèche
524 Bourdages
250 Chemin de l'Axion
254, rang des Grenier
Centre Funéraire Coopératif du Granit
Centre Nature du Lac Dori Inc
CIT Group/Equipment Financing Inc
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Coiffure Do Doris St-Hilaire
Comité culturel A/S Annie Julien
Comité culturel Mégantic
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Conseils Management Roger Tremblay
Dépanneur Esso Centre-Ville
Desjardins Assurances Générales Inc
(représenté par Langlois Kronström
Desjardins)
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Distribution Alexandre Moffatt
Distribution M.F
Distributions M.F.
Enervie Megantic
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3976 Laval
3976 Laval
3499 Baie-des-Sables
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Fiducie Andréanne Veilleux
Fiducie Jean-Philippe Veilleux
Fiducue Andréanne Veilleux et Jean
Philippe Veilleux
Fraisière C G Roy
Gestion AN Veilleux Inc
Gestion JA Laroche Inc
Gina Dube Inc
Groupe PassezGo Inc.
Hydro-Québec
ID Folle
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Jacques et Filles Inc
4872, rue Laval
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Jos Huot Ltee
Kid Megantic Inc
La Boite Verte
La Compagnie d'assurance Bélair Inc
La Personnelle Assurances Générales Inc
(représenté par Langlois Kronström
Desjardins)
Le Gouvernement du Quebec
Les champs de l'est inc. Noel
Les Exploitations forestières Renaud
Bisson Enr.
L'Exotic Boutique L'Élégance
M.I Enr Marguerite Lafontaine
Madeleine Dubé, optométriste et Gestion
Madeleine Dubé Inc
Maestro Musique Inc (9177-4802 Quebec
Inc)
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1620, Place du Moulin
6435 rue Salaberry
4797 rue Laval
7101 rue Jean-Talon Est, #300
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3023 rue D'Orsennens
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Nantes
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Metro Inc
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11011 boulevard Maurice Duplessis
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Montréal
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Nautique Mégantic (9283-2690 Quebec
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Peinture Céramique Lemieux
Poulet Frit Ideal Inc
Pro Forêt consultant inc.
Promutuel Monts et Rives
7100 rue Jean-Talon Est, bureau 805
Montréal
QC
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3592 rue Laval
4923 rue Laval
4976 Dollard
4976 rue Dollard
5508 Frontenac
3973 rue Laval
5240 boulevard des Vétérans
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Sécurité Publique et Protection Civile (Sa
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Société Canadienne des Postes
Société des Alcools du Québec
Succession Jean Eudes Bourque
Syndicat des Copropriétaires des condos
du phare Hotte
Trinity Industries Leasing Company on
behalf of TLP Rail Trust 1
4691 Laurier
Lac Mégantic
QC
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210-225 rue Bridge
905 De Lorimier
3445 Gregoire
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175 West Jackson Blvd
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Union Tank Car Company
Veilleux et Associés Notaires Inc
Ventilation SR Inc
Village Harmonie
Ville de Lac-Mégantic
WSP Canada
Zurich Insurance Company LTD
9020-1468 Quebec Inc.
9191-3624 QINC
9219-0610 Quebec Inc u/n/o Ariko
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Adam Lessard
Adele Hamann
Adele Létourneau-Vachon
Adèle Vallerand
Adonia Demers
Adrien Poirier
c/o Mitchell A. Toups
Weller, Green, Toups,& Terrell L.L.P.
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Adrien Boucher
Adrienne Guay
Aetna Life Insurance Company
Aetna Life Insurance Company
Aetna Life Insurance Company
Aetna Life Insurance Company
Agathe Isabel
Agathe Lafontaine
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Airgas USA, LLC (scheduled as Airgas East) 6055 Rockside Woods Blvd.
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Airtek
Alain Boisvert
Alain Bourque
Alain Brault
Alain Dallaire
Alain Gagné
Alain Gauthier
Alain Grenier
Alain Jacques
Alain Langdon
Alain Perreault
Alain Pierre-luc
Albert Bilodeau
Albert Grenier
Aldo Morin
Alex Demers
Alex Audet
Alex Baillargeon
Alex Beaulé
Alex Cellard
Alex Lapierre
Alex Mercier
Alex Rouillard
Alexandra Vachon-Gaulin
Alexandre Beaulé
Alexandre Borduas
Alexandre Bouffard
Alexandre Champagne
Alexandre Choquette
Alexandre Dodier
Alexandre Duval
Alexandre Girard
Alexandre Héroux
Alexandre Isabel
Alexandre Isabel
Alexandre Lacroix
Alexandre Lacroix
Alexandre Lapierre
Alexandre Lebrun
Alexandre Maheu
Alexandre Maheux
Alexandre Marquis
Alexandre Roy
Alexandre Sherman
Alexis Lavallée
Alexis Roy
Alexy-James Rouleau
Alice Beaudoin
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Alice Breton
Alice Dostie
Alice Gagnon
Alicia Proulx
Alicia Roy
Alicia Savoie
Alicia Turcotte
Aline Blanchette
Aline Boulette
Aline Fillion
Aline Gilbert
Aline Laroche
Aline Latulippe
Aline Leduc-Boulé
Aline Lemoine
Aline Philippon
Aline Poulin
Aline Savard
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Aline T. Michaud
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Applied Industrial Technologies
Applied Industrial Technologies
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Aristide Grenier
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Armand Cote
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Bertrand Couture
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Black Box Corporation
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Blais, Line
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Bolduc, Denis
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Caroline Poirier
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Carrier, Martin
Casey Associates
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Center Beam Flatcar Company
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Central Maine Power
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Central ME Septic & Portable
Centre Funeraire Jacques et fils Inc.
Chad Sherman
Chanel Lessard
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Chantal Carrier
Chantal Charrier
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Chantal Durand
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Charles Vaillancourt
Charlie-Ann Boulet
Charline Lacroix
Charlotte Dube-Tremblay
Charlotte Laflamme
Charlotte Morin
Charlotte Tanguay
Charrier, Danny
Charron, Claude
Charron, Claude et Antoine Leclerc,
Pharmaciens Inc
Chloe Arguin
Christian Chapados
Christian Gourde
Christian Lapointe
Christian Mercier
Christian Pépin
Christian Richard
Christian Roy
Christian Tardif
Christiane Boulanger
Christiane Robert
Christiane Rodrigue
Christiane Roy
Christina Ducharme
Christina Vachon
Christine Boulanger
Christine Laplante
Christine Richard
Cindy Durand
Cindy Therrien
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Cinthia Giroux
CIT Group Inc.
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Claude Saint-Pierre
Claude Vachon
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Clifford Bottling Ltd.
Cline Chiropractic Center
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Cole Land Co.
Colette Bolduc Fortier
Colette Jacques
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Communication Plus
Condor Signal & Communications
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Couture, Mirko
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115 South LaSalle Street, Suite 3100
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Dakota Petroleum Transport Solutions, LLC
Dakota Plains Holdings, Inc.
Dakota Plains Marketing, LLC
Dakota Plains Transloading, LLC
Dakota Plains Transloading, LLC
Damien Desfosses
Damir Musaefendic
Dan Pepin Excavating
Dana Baillargeon
Daniel Arcand
Daniel Beaudoin
Daniel Bergeron
Daniel Boulé
Daniel Brochu
Daniel Charrier
Daniel Couture
Daniel Fortin
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Daniel Gobeil
Daniel Grégoire
Daniel Guay
Daniel Hamann
Daniel Hervieux
Daniel Isabel
Daniel Lachance
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Daniel Larochelle
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Daniel Montpetit
Daniel Morin
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Dany Fortin
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Dany Lachance
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Dany Roy
Dany Roy
Davanac, Inc.
Daven Baillargeon
David Baillargeon
David Blais
David Bolduc
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David Drouin
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Dead River Company - MLKT
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Dell Financial Services
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Delphine Verreault
Demers, Frédéric
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Denise Lebrun
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Dessercom Inc.
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Diane Cote
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Diane Dupuis
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Diane Trépanier
Dianne Gallant
Diotte, Marcel
Dolores Rousseau
Dolores Rousseau
Dolorese Dubé
Dominic Boulé
Dominic Couture
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Donald Gilbert
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Dragan Popara
Drake Houle-dumont
Drouin, Jean-Francois
Dube Equipment de Bureau, Inc.
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Dubreuil, Johanne
Dupont, Pierre
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Durox Company
Earl Gerrish & Sons, Inc.
East Millinocket Waste Water
Eastern ME Electric COOP
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Eden Garand
Edith Bolduc
Edith Godin
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Edith Lavallée
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Edith Roy
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Elie Robineau-Pépin
Élie Robineau-Pépin
Eliot Chapados
Elisabeth Bertrand
Élise Carrier
Élizabeth Bertrand
Elizabeth Roy
Élodie Quirion
Élody Roy
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Ély Laflamme
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Élyka Richard
Elyse Letellier
Emanuel Baillargeon
Emanuel Baillargeon
Émérentienne Mathieu
Emery Bélanger
Emery Boucher
Émile Dostie
Émile Gosselin
Émile Hamann
Emile Lepage
Emile Morin
Emile Philippon
Émilia Breault
Émilie Castonguay
Émilie Giguère
Emilie Laroche
Emilie Marier
Emilien Couture
Émilienne Rancourt
Emma Roy
Emmanuelle Forest
Emmanuelle Viger
Emric Orichefqui
Enterprise Fleet Services
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Éric Bilodeau
Éric Bilodeau
Eric Bouffard
Éric Boulé
Éric Custeau
Éric Gagnon
Éric Gendron
Éric Gendron
Éric Grondin
Éric Marquis
Éric Mercier
Éric Morin
Eric Richard
Eric Valcourt
Eric Veilleux
Ernest Grenier
Érycka Bouffard
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Étienne Cormier-Rhéaume
Étienne Labrecque
Etienne Philippon
Étienne Poirier
Eugene Fortin
Eugene Langlois
Euler Hermes N.A. Insurance Co. (CattronTheimeg)
Éva Gagnon
Eva Rider
Evariste Pepin
Ève Dubé
Eve Lacroix
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Ève Rodrigue
Excavation Lareau et fils Inc. (Lareau & Fils
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Fabienne Pelletier
Fairfield Inn Bangor
Fairpoint Communications
Fairpoint Communications
Fairpoint Communications
Falkner Laboratories, Inc.
Fanny Boulanger
Fanny Vaillancourt
Farrell, Rosenblatt & Russell
Fastenal Company
FCM Rail, Ltd.
FCM Rail, Ltd.
FedEx
Félix Antoine Rancourt
Félix Bérubé-Larochelle
Félix Lacroix
Ferland Roger
Fernand Audet
Fernand Bédard
Fernand Bilodeau
Fernand Garant
Fernande Hallée
Fernande Poulin Duquette
Fernando Couture
Fiducie Familiale Francois Jacques
First Union Rail Corporation
First Union Rail Corporation
First Union Rail Corporation
First Union Rail Corporation
First Union Rail Corporation
Flex Leasing I, LLC
Flex Leasing I, LLC
Flex Leasing I, LLC
Flex Leasing I, LLC
Florence Boucher
Florence Lacroix Blais
Florence Roy Mercier
Florette Couture
Florette Isabelle
Florianne St-Laurent
Flynn Wirkus Young, P.C.
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Case 13-10670
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Frédérique Vachon
Fred's Plumbing & Heating
Fred's Plumbing & Heating
Fridolin Lessard
G.H. Berlin Windward
G.O. Securite Granby Inc.
Gabriel Gallant
Gabriel Weiss
Gabriel Bouffard
Gabriel Brochu
Gabriel Couture
Gabriel Gilbert
Gabriel Giroux
Gabriel Lepage
Gabriel Morin
Gabrielle Couture
Gabrielle Couture
Gabrielle Giroux
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Gabrielle Quirion
Gaby Morin
Gaetan Bolduc
Gaetan Champagne
Gaetan Drouin
Gaétan Fillion
Gaétan Lapointe
Gaétan Mercier
Gaétan Paré
Gaetan Roy
Gaetane Boulanger
Gaetane Boutin
Gaetane Gosselin
Gaétane Lacasse
Gaétane Mercier
Gaétane Veilleux
Gagne, Maurice
Gagne, Yannick
Gagnon, Amélie
Gagnon, Jean-Simon
Gagnon, Pierre-Olivier
Gagnon, Sylvain
Gardner, Jr., M. Donald
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Gaston Breault
Gaston Champagne
Gaston Fortier
Gaston Montambeault
Gaston Poirier
GATX Corporation
GE Capital Corporation
GE Transportation Parts, LLC
Gemma Bernier
Gemma Bouffard
Gemma Cloutier
General American Marks Corp.
Genesis Technologies, Inc.
Genesis Technologies, Inc.
Genessee & Wyoming Railroad
Genevieve Beaudoin
Geneviève Bédard
Geneviève Boulanger
Geneviève Boulanger
Genevieve Caty
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Genevieve Lessard
Geneviève M. Mayrand
Geneviève Rioux
Geneviève Robert
Geneviève Vigneault
George Leclerc
Georges Baillargeon
Georges Leclerc
Georges-Henri Fortin
Georgette Paquette-Duperron
Georgette Turgeon
Gérald Bolduc
Gérald Couture
Gerald Lacroix
Gérald Lacroix
Gérald Poirier
Gérard Aubut
Gerard Bégin
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Gerard Montanbeault
Gérard Poirier
Germain Baillargeon
Germain Couture
Germain Roy
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Gervaise Mercier
Gervaise Morin
Gervaise Tremblay
Ghislain Bisson
Ghislain Bisson
Ghislain Grondin
Ghislain Labrie Lepage
Ghislain Laflamme
Ghislain Raymond
Ghislain Roy
Ghislain Tanguay
Ghislaine Grenier
Ghislaine Laliberté
Ghislaine Rhéaume-Bolduc
Ghislaine Rodrigue
Ghislaine Roy
Ghislaine Vallée
Ghyslaine Morin
Gilbert Leblond
Gilbert, Claudia
Gilbert, Jean-Francois
Gilberte Rheaume
Gilberte Roy
Gilles Bédard
Gilles Bouchard
Gilles Boulette
Gilles Cloutier
Gilles Fluet
Gilles Frenette
Gilles Gaboury
Gilles Giguere
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Gilles Vallée
Gilman Electric Supply
Gina Dubé
Ginette Grenier
Ginette Turgeon
Ginette Beaudoin
Ginette Boulanger
Ginette Boulé
Ginette Deroy
Ginette Laprade
Ginette Mercier
Ginette Paradis
Ginette Philippon
Ginette Roy
Ginette Therrien
Ginette Turcotte
Gisele Boucher
Gisele Cloutier
Gisele Cote
Gisele Demers Blais
Gisèle Desjardins
Gisèle Duquette
Gislène Boulanger
GNB Industrial Power
GNP Main Holdings, LLC d/b/a Great
Northern Paper, LLC
GNP Main Holdings, LLC d/b/a Great
Northern Paper, LLC
Godbout, Angele
Goerge Henri-fortin
Gordon James Moulton
Graham-White
Grand Elk Railroad
Grand Trunk Western
Green Mountain Railroad
Grenier, Jacques
Grimard, René
Grindrod, Robert C.
Grindrod, Robert C.
Grindrod, Robert C.
Groupe Exca Inc.
Groupe Ledor Inc.
Guay Fire Equipment
Guillaume Gagnon
Guillaume Morin
Guillaume Philippon
Guillaume Rodrigue
Guy Chouinard
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Guylaine Roy
GWI Leasing Corporation
Halle, Pascal
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Harold Bruneau
Harsco Technologies
Haynes Corporation
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Helene Mercier
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Helm Financial Corporation
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Jacinthe Bédard
Jacinthe Desjardins
Jacinthe Giroux
Jacinthe Lachance
Jacinthe Lacombe
Jacinthe Perreault
Jacinthe Poulin
Jacinthe Roy
Jacinthe Turcotte
Jackman Utility District
Jackson International, Inc.
Jacob Lachance
Jacob Lafontaine
Jacob Legault
Jacqueline Jobin Mercier
Jacqueline Bernier
Jacqueline Boulanger
Jacqueline Bourdon
Jacqueline Bourque
Jacqueline Bourque
Jacqueline Cote
Jacqueline Duquette
Jacqueline Guay
Jacqueline Labonville
Jacqueline Pepin
Jacqueline Poirier
Jacqueline Rouillard Rhéaume
Jacques Bilodeau
Jacques Boulanger
Jacques Charrier
Jacques Gilbert
Jacques Laflamme
Jacques Laroche
Jacques Lavallée
Jacques Mayrand
Jacques Morin
Jacques Nolet
Jacques Pare
Jacques Quirion
Jacques Roy
Jacques Savard
Jacques St-Cyr
Jacques Therrien
Jacques Veilleux
Jacques, Francois
Jacques, Jean-Pierre
Jacynthe Mercier
Jade Bolduc
Jade Isabel
Jade Mayrand
James Rancourt-Nadeau
Jamie Lee Pomerleau
Jarod Demers
Jasmin Brière
Jasmina Musaefendic
Jasmine Morin
Jason Couture
Jason Fortin
Jason Savard
Jean Brulotte
Jean Bergeron
Jean Bilodeau
Jean Bilodeau-Bloc
Jean Campeau
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Jean Christophe Lacroix
Jean Claude Fortin
Jean Cloutier
Jean Denis Fortin
Jean Dominique Frank
Jean Francois Pinet
Jean Francois Ruel
Jean Gauthier
Jean Lachance
Jean Lacroix
Jean Leblanc
Jean Luc Champagne
Jean Marc Frank
Jean Marc Therrien
Jean Marie Grenier
Jean Marie Nadeau
Jean Paradis
Jean Paul Nadeau
Jean Pelletier
Jean Perreault
Jean Perron
Jean Royer
Jean Tanguay
Jean Turcotte
Jean Turcotte
Jean Yves Demers
Jean-Charles Turcotte
Jean-Christophe Boulé
Jean-Christophe Isabel
Jean-Christophe Perreault
Jean-Claude Boutin
Jean-Claude Duval
Jean-Claude Grenier
Jean-Claude Jacques
Jean-Claude Lepage
Jean-Claude Mercier
Jean-François Bolduc
Jean-François Clermont-Dalio
Jean-François Cote
Jean-François Hallé
Jean-Francois Pomerleau
Jean-Francois Poulin
Jean-Francois Proulx
Jean-Guy Boucher
Jean-Guy Gendron
Jean-Guy Grondin
Jean-Guy Lacombe
Jean-Guy Lemay
Jeanine Lacasse
Jean-Louis Paré
Jean-Louis Roy
Jean-Luc Quirion
Jean-Luc Turcotte
Jean-Marc Lacombe
Jean-Marc Therrien
Jean-Marie Poulin
Jean-Marie Quirion
Jeanne D Arc Bolduc
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Jeanne Hallé-Therrien
Jeannette Audet
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Jeannine Lachance
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Joey Marcil-Fry
Johanne Bolduc
Johanne Bourque
Johanne Breault
Johanne Cote
Johanne Denault
Johanne Dubreuil
Johanne Dupuis
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Johanne Mercier
Johanne Orichefqui
Johanne Paré
Johanne Rodrigue
Johanne Royer
Johanne Tessier
Johnny Vanasse
Johnny Vanasse
Johnson Packing & Ind Prod Inc.
Jolianne Garand
Jolyane Giroux
Jonathan Godbout
Jonathan Isabel
Jonathan Letourneau
Jonathan Morin
Jonathan Poirier
Jonathan Turcotte
Josée Arsenault
Josée Bolduc
Josee Grenier
Josée Langlois
Josée Lemoine
Josée Maheu
Josée Morin
Josée Nadeau
Josée Rouillard
Josée Therrien
Josée Turmel
Josée Vallerand
Joseph Orichefky
Joseph Orichefsky
Josepha Tanguay
Josh Baillargeon
Joyce Parshyn
JP Morgan Chase Bank
Judith Laflamme
Jules Turcotte
Julia Isabel
Julian Brière
Julianne Bouffard
Julianne Hébert
Julie Bouchard
Julie Boulette
Julie Carrier
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Julie Morin
Julie Normand
Julie Paré
Julie Piche
Julie Richard
Julie Roberge
Julien Labrie
Julien Paré
Julien Philippon
Juliette et Emile Lepage Lepage
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K & L Electronics Sales/Service
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Kaliane Turcotte
Karèle Lessard
Kariane Quirion
Karine Beaudry
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Karine Fry
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Karine Therrien
Karl Robinson
Karyne Houle
Katarina Couture
Katherine Jacques
Kathy Guillemette
Katia Marcoux
Katia Philippon
Katrina Gobeil
Kaven Roy Fillion
Kayla Rhéaume Moisan
Keith Rider
Kelly Jacques
Kenny Roy
Keven Jacques
Keven Lessard Lachance
Keven Turmel
Kevin Bégin
Kevin Guay Turcotte
Kevin Sévigny
Keystone Spikes Corporation
Kim Isabelle
Kim Godbout
Kim Hotstart Manufacturing
Kim Marcheterre
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Case 13-10670
Name
La Capitale Assurances Generales Inc.
La Garantie Compagnie D'Assurance De
L'Amérique Du Nord
LabelMaster
Lacasse, Cyndia
Lachance, Pierrette
Lacroix, Josée
Laelia Dubois
Lafrenière, Lucie
Lambrequin
Lane Construction Corp.
Lapierre, Nicole
Larochelle, Luc
Larry Bilodeau
Lauraine Guay
Lauréanne Patry
Lauréat Poulin
Laurence Bellavance
Laurence Gosselin
Laurence Roy
Laurence Tanguay
Laurenne Breton
Laurent Poirier
Laurent Quirion
Lauretta Chouinard
Laurette Baron
Laurette Béda