A g a liquidating trust
G REIT and ARPT are parties to that certain Agreement of Sale of even date herewith (the Purchase Agreement), pursuant to which G REIT has agreed to transfer and convey, and ARPT has agreed to purchase, certain Property, in exchange for the issuance by ARPT to G REIT of Shares of ARPT (the Shares).
G REIT further understands and acknowledges that the Shares will be afforded voting rights only after a registration statement filed under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the Securities Act), is registered and declared effective by the SEC with respect to the Shares.
Kravitz, as representative of the Borrower Claims Trust created under the Plan.
The Borrower Claims Trust was established for the sole benefit of the holders of Allowed Borrower Claims and is administered by the Borrower Claims Trustee.
NOTICE TO ALL G REIT INVESTORS In order to most efficiently manage the upcoming final liquidation, the Trustees and your Manager have elected to engage Computershare, a leading independent transfer agent, to process all G REIT investor registrations, transfers and distributions.
While the migration of transfer services to Computershare was relatively complex, we are pleased to advise you that the effort is now complete and all inquiries regarding registrations, transfers and distributions can be directed to Computershare as follows: Telephone Inquiries: General Shareholders (non IRA accounts): E-mail Inquiries: [email protected] Requests: Computershare P.
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