I received the same document as you and have the same question, i.e., what do I do with it, if anything.Hi Everyone,
After filing my Claims Form, I just received this document ("Notion of Motion of the Debtors for Entry of an Order...") and I'm wondering if anyone knows what we are now suppose to do?
Any input / help would be much appreciated.
I read it the same way as Nin ja. Also, the debtor's can request another extension beyond June 2014.I'm no lawyer, but reading the document with all it legalese, to me, seems like an extention to Fisker Automotive (the debtor) to work thru all the requests they received form people who have claims. looks like the judge agreed to the June 2014 time frame request. part of my read also indicates that Fisker Automotive will try to dismiss most , if not all, the claims based on the assest sale value -- I guess it's up to the creditor committee to see what we will get back from our respective claims ---
Giving detailed free legal advice over the Internet can get a person in a lot of trouble, and cost them their license. I say this to explain why we chose instead to form a committee of owners last summer - to be able to discuss legal issues in safety - rather than just post everything publicly. The committee was well advertised here, and members paid nothing, yet there were many owners who still didn't get involved because they wanted the free advice but wouldn't sign an engagement letter.When you come up with a suitable response for us, please post detailed instructions so that all of us can follow them easily and we can act together as a group.
Thanks for your work on this "non sequitur". I did know about the committee and am sure we had our best people on it. However, I wasn't aware of a request to sign an engagement letter. I'm sorry if I missed the opportunity to support your work for our cause.:..........The committee was well advertised here, and members paid nothing, yet there were many owners who still didn't get involved because they wanted the free advice but wouldn't sign an engagement letter.