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					                          UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
                          FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF OHIO
                                   WESTERN DIVISION


IN RE:                                           :               Chapter 11

SL Liquidating, Inc., et al.,1                   :               Case No. 09-12869 (JVA)

            Debtors.                             :               Jointly Administered

                                                 :               Honorable J. Vincent Aug, Jr.


           AMENDED APPLICATION OF EASTGATE DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP
             FOR ENTRY OF AN ORDER ALLOWING IMMEDIATE PAYMENT OF
              ADMINISTRATIVE CLAIM ARISING FROM POST-PETITION DATE
               NON-RESIDENTIAL REAL PROPERTY RENTAL OBLIGATIONS
                     PURSUANT TO 11 U.S.C. §§ 365(D)(3) AND 503


            NOW COMES Eastgate Development Partnership (“Landlord”) and herby files its

Amended application (the “Application”) seeking entry of an Order allowing immediate

payment of administrative claim arising from post-petition date rental obligations

pertaining to the non-residential real property commonly known and located at 754 Old

State Route 74, Cincinnati, Ohio 45245, together with the facility, building, fixtures and

improvements thereon (the “Leased Premises”) arising from that certain lease (the

“Lease”) dated May 20th, 2005, by and between Landlord and DuraSpin Products, LLC

which subsequently changed its name to Tyrex, LLC, which is currently known as TR

Liquidating, LLC (“Tenant”).



1
   The Debtors in these Chapter 11 cases are: SL Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a SENCORP), SP Liquidating, Inc.
(f/k/a Senco Products, Inc.), SE Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a Senco Export, Inc.), GS Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a
SenSource Global Sourcing, LLC), TR Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a TyRex, LLC), GF Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a
Global Fastening Solutions, LLC), AF Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a Agrifast, LLC), NC Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a
Nexicor, LLC), OF Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a Omnifast, LLC), SC Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a S C FINANCIAL,
INC.), SI Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a Senco International, Inc.), SM Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a Sentron Medical,
Inc.), and GL Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a Gregg Laboratories, Inc.).


498457.1
                                    JURISDICTION

      1.     This Court has jurisdiction over this matter pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 157

and 1334. This matter is a core proceeding pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 157(b). Venue is

proper before this Court pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 1408 and 1409.

      2.     The statutory basis for the relief requested herein are §§ 105(a), 365(d)(3)

and 503 of Title 11 of the United States Code, 101 et seq., (the “Bankruptcy Code”).


                                    BACKGROUND

      3.     On May 8, 2009 (the “Petition Date”), SL Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a

SENCORP), SP Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a Senco Products, Inc.), SE Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a

Senco Export, Inc.), GS Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a SenSource Global Sourcing, LLC), TR

Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a TyRex, LLC), GF Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a Global Fastening

Solutions, LLC), AF Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a Agrifast, LLC), NC Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a

Nexicor, LLC), OF Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a Omnifast, LLC), SC Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a S

CFINANCIAL, INC.), SI Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a Senco International, Inc.), SM Liquidating,

Inc. (f/k/a Sentron Medical, Inc.), and GL Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a Gregg Laboratories,

Inc.), debtors and debtors in possession (collectively, the “Debtors”), filed voluntary

petitions with the Bankruptcy Court under chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code

(collectively, the “Chapter 11 Cases”). Pursuant to §§ 1107(a) and 1108 of the

Bankruptcy Code, the Debtors are operating their affairs as debtor-in-possession.

      4.     As noted, the Lease was originally executed on May 20, 2005. Rent

reserved under the Lease is $7,998.75 per month, due on the first of the month. A copy

of the Lease is attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference as Exhibit A.
      5.     On or about May 1, 2006, Debtor exercised and executed an option under

the terms of the Lease (¶ 31) for additional space which increased the monthly rental

obligations to $18,195.00 (the “Lease Option”). A copy of the Lease Option is attached

hereto and incorporated herein by reference as Exhibit B.

      6.     On May 8, 2009, Debtors filed a Motion for an Order Under 11 U.S.C. §

365(a) Authorizing Rejection of Certain Executory Contracts (the “Rejection Motion”).

(Doc. No. 31). The Lease was listed on Exhibit A to the Rejection Motion at line no.

114. On May 26, 2009, Landlord filed a response in relation to the Rejection Motion.

(Doc. No. 151). On June 8, 2009, this Court entered an order granting the Rejection

Motion but specifically excluded the Lease from the Order. (Doc. No. 201).

      7.     On July 23, 2009, Debtors filed their Third Motion for an Order Under 11

U.S.C. § 365(a) Authorizing Rejection of Certain Executory Contracts (the “Third

Rejection Motion”). (Doc. No. 356). The Lease was listed on Exhibit A to the Third

Rejection Motion at line no. 118. On August 14, 2009 (the “Rejection Date”), this Court

entered an order granting the Third Rejection Motion and thereby authorizing rejection

of the Lease effective on even date. (Doc. No. 396).

                                REQUESTED RELIEF

      8.     Debtors owe Landlord a monthly rental of $18,195.00 per month, due on

the first of the month. However, Debtors have not paid any rent to Landlord as required

under the terms of the Lease from the Petition Date through the Rejection Date. As a

result, $54,585.00 is due and owing to Landlord as an administrative claim for post
Petition Date rent (the “Claim”).2 Accordingly, Landlord requests the entry of an order

requiring the immediate payment of the Claim in accordance with §§ 365(d)(3) and

503(b).

                                             ARGUMENT

        9.      Section 365(d)(3) provides that a debtor “shall timely perform all the

obligations of the debtor . . . arising from and after the order for relief under any

unexpired lease of nonresidential real property, until such lease is assumed or rejected,

notwithstanding section 503(b) of this title.” 11 U.S.C. § 365(d)(3) (emphasis added).

The operative language of § 365(d)(3) by its use of the word “shall” mandates that

payments of post-petition date rents through the period of rejection are not optional, but

must be paid and paid “timely” i.e. in accordance with the terms of the applicable lease.

In re Ha-Lo Industries, Inc., 342 F.3d 794, 798 (7th Cir 2003). “The purpose of §

365(d)(3) is to provide a landlord with full and timely compliance under an unexpired

lease during the time that a debtor takes to determine whether to assume or reject such

lease. A debtor is not permitted to occupy premises under an unexpired lease during

the post-petition period prior to assumption or rejection without fully and timely

performing all of the obligations that ‘arise’ during that time frame with respect to such

premises.” In re Plastech Enginerred Prodcuts, Inc., 402 B.R. 217, 221 (Bankr. E.D.

Mich. 2009).




2
  The Debtor did not pay rent for the month of May, 2009. However, the fact that rent was due on the first
of the month combined with the Debtor’s bankruptcy occurring on the Petition Date of May 8, 2009,
render the May rent a pre-petition claim. See In re Koenig Sporting Goods, Inc., 203 F.3d 986 (6th Cir.
2000). As a result, the Claim is for rent due through the period of June 1, 2009 through the Rejection Date
($18,195.00 * 3).
       10.    Furthermore, § 503(b) provides that there shall be allowed administrative

expenses for the actual and necessary costs and expenses of preserving the estate. 11

U.S.C. § 503(b).    However, “rent under 11 U.S.C. § 365(d)(3) is payable, whether

necessary or not, for the protection of landlords. It is not, nor is it intended to be,

measured in any way by benefit to the debtor or the estate.” In re C.Q., LLC, 342 B.R.

915, 917 (Bankr. W.D. Wis., 2005). “A debtor’s obligation under § 365(d)(3) should not

be analyzed by reference to the principals governing administrative claims under §

503(b)(1).” In re Koenig Sporting Goods, Inc., 203 F.3d 986, 989 (6th Cir. 2000). A §

363(d)(3) claim is “entitled to administrative priority without the need to show benefit to

the estate. In this way, the specific requirements of Sections 365(d)(3) and (d)(5)

override the more general purpose of Section 503(b)(1)(A).”          In re Central Illinois

Energy, LLC, 2008 Bankr. LEXIS 3205 *7 (Bankr. C.D. Ill. November 25, 2008); In re

C.Q., LLC, 342 B.R. 915, 918 (Bankr. W.D. Wis., 2005).

       11.    In a chapter 11 case such as this, administrative claims are typically paid

in accordance with the terms of a plan of reorganization. However, the Claim should

be, and is required to be, immediately paid pursuant § 365(d)(3).          Simply put, the

Bankruptcy Code requires that the Claim be immediately paid by providing that the

Debtors “shall timely perform all the obligations of the debtor . . . arising from and after

the order for relief under any unexpired lease of nonresidential real property, until such

lease is assumed or rejected, notwithstanding section 503(b) of this title.” 11 U.S.C. §

365(d)(3) (emphasis added). In fact, “[t]here is nothing in the language of 11 U.S.C. §

365(d)(3) to suggest that it involves any of the procedures for court supervised

payment. To the contrary, § 365(d)(3) provides that its terms apply ‘notwithstanding’ 11
U.S.C. § 503(b)(1) - - the section providing a right to court supervised payment - - and it

requires the trustee or debtor in possession to act without application and without court

review.” In re C.Q., LLC, 342 B.R. 915, 918 (Bankr. W.D. Wis., 2005).

       12.    While it is true that § 507 of the Bankruptcy Code affords first priority to

administrative expenses allowed under § 503(b), § 365(d)(3) requires timely

performance of the debtor’s obligations as they occur. No notice of hearing is required;

the obligations are simply required to be met in a timely fashion.         This difference

suggests that § 365(d)(3) claims are not to paid according to § 507.      In re C.Q., LLC,

342 B.R. 915, 917 (Bankr. W.D. Wis., 2005). In fact, payment of lease obligations

under § 365 is similar to payment of operational expenses under § 363, in that both

require payment of obligations as they come due, without court supervision. In re C.Q.,

LLC, 342 B.R. 915, 918 (Bankr. W.D. Wis., 2005). Such operational payments, “by their

nature, enjoy a de facto priority over administrative expenses, without any express

provision for superpriority.” Id.    To treat obligations under § 365(d)(3) the same as

administrative expenses under § 503(b) would “render the requirement that the trustee

‘timely perform’ meaningless.” Id.

       13.    “Congress intended 11 U.S.C. § 365(d)(3) to shift the burden to the

debtor: the debtor must now continue to perform all the obligations of its lease or make

up its mind to reject it before some onerous payment comes due during the pre-

rejection period.” In re Koenig Sporting Goods, Inc., 203 F.3d 986, 989 (6th Cir. 2000).

Further, § 365(d)(3) clearly reflects Congressional intent to “ensure that lessors not be

forced to extend credit to an estate during the time between assumption and rejection of

the lease. A lessor need not become an ‘involuntary extender of credit . . . Tenants in
bankruptcy must pay their lease obligations on time.” In re C.Q., LLC, 342 B.R. 915,

918 (Bankr. W.D. Wis., 2005).

        14.     Accordingly, Landlord requests that the Court enter and Order requiring

the Debtors to comply with § 365(d)(3) of the Bankruptcy Code and immediately pay

over the Claim.3

                                                NOTICE

        15.     A copy of the Application and related Notice was served upon all parties

requesting notice in these Chapter 11 Cases as indicated on the certificate of service

attached hereto.

               WAIVER OF REQUIREMENT TO FILE MEMORANDA OF LAW

        16.     Landlord submits that this Application does not present any novel issues

of law requiring briefing.         Therefore, Landlord requests that the Court waive the

requirement pursuant to Local Rule 9013-1(a) for a memorandum in support of this

Application.

                                       NO PRIOR REQUEST

        17.     No prior request for the relief sought in this Application has been made to

this or any other court.

        WHEREFORE, Landlord respectfully requests that the Court enter and Order (a)

granting Landlord’s administrative Claim pursuant to §§ 365(d)(3) and 503 of the

Bankruptcy Code, (b) requiring the Debtors to immediately pay the Claim to Landlord

and (c) granting such other and further relief as the Court deems appropriate.




3
 The filing of this Motion is not to be construed as a wavier to any other claim that the Landlord may have
against the Debtors arising from the Lease and any such claims are specifically preserved.
January 5, 2010
                   /s/ Donald W. Mallory
                  Donald W. Mallory (Ohio Reg. #0070875)
                  Donald J. Rafferty (Ohio Reg. #0042614)
                  Cohen, Todd, Kite & Stanford, LLC
                  250 East Fifth Street, Suite 1200
                  Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
                  Phone: (513) 421-4020
                  Fax: (513) 241-4490
                  Email: dmallory@ctks.com

                  Attorneys for Landlord
                          UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
                          FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF OHIO
                                   WESTERN DIVISION


IN RE:                                           :               Chapter 11

SL Liquidating, Inc., et al.,4                   :               Case No. 09-12869 (JVA)

         Debtors.                                :               Jointly Administered

                                                 :               Honorable J. Vincent Aug, Jr.




NOTICE OF FILING OF AMENDED APPLICATION OF EASTGATE DEVELOPMENT
     PARTNERSHIP FOR ENTRY OF AN ORDER ALLOWING IMMEDIATE
   PAYMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE CLAIM ARISING FROM POST-PETITION
     DATE NON-RESIDENTIAL REAL PROPERTY RENTAL OBLIGATIONS
               PURSUANT TO 11 U.S.C. §§ 365(D)(3) AND 503



         PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT, Eastgate Development Partnership has filed

amended papers with the Court seeking entry of an order allowing immediate payment

of administrative claim arising from post-petition date non-residential real property rental

obligations pursuant to 11 U.S.C. §§ 365(d)(3) and 503 (the “Application”).

         Your rights may be affected.                You should read these papers carefully and

discuss them with your attorney, if you have one in this bankruptcy case. If you do not

have an attorney, you may wish to consult one.




4
   The Debtors in these Chapter 11 cases are: SL Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a SENCORP), SP Liquidating, Inc.
(f/k/a Senco Products, Inc.), SE Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a Senco Export, Inc.), GS Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a
SenSource Global Sourcing, LLC), TR Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a TyRex, LLC), GF Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a
Global Fastening Solutions, LLC), AF Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a Agrifast, LLC), NC Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a
Nexicor, LLC), OF Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a Omnifast, LLC), SC Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a S C FINANCIAL,
INC.), SI Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a Senco International, Inc.), SM Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a Sentron Medical,
Inc.), and GL Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a Gregg Laboratories, Inc.).
      If you do not want the Court to grant the relief sought in the Application, then on

or before twenty-one (21) days from the date set forth in the certificate of service

for the Application, you must file with the Court a response explaining your position by

regular U.S. Mail to the United States Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of Ohio, 221

E. Fourth Street, Atrium Two Suite 800, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 OR your attorney must

file a response using the Court’s ECF System.

      The Court must receive your response on or before the date stated above.

      You must also send a copy of your response either by 1) the Court’s ECF

System of by 2) regular U.S. Mail to the undersigned counsel.

      If you or your attorney do not take these steps, the Court may decide that

you do not oppose the relief sought in the Application and may enter an Order

granting the relief without further notice or a hearing.

Dated: January 5, 2010                   COHEN, TODD, KITE & STANFORD, LLC
      Cincinnati, Ohio
                                         /s/ Donald W. Mallory
                                         Donald W. Mallory (Ohio Reg. #0070875)
                                         Donald J. Rafferty (Ohio Reg. #0042614)
                                         250 East Fifth Street, Suite 1200
                                         Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
                                         Phone: (513) 421-4020
                                         Fax: (513) 241-4490
                                         Email: dmallory@ctks.com

                                         Attorneys for Landlord
PROPOSED ORDER
                          UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
                          FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF OHIO
                                   WESTERN DIVISION


IN RE:                                           :               Chapter 11

SL Liquidating, Inc., et al.,5                   :               Case No. 09-12869 (JVA)

         Debtors.                                :               Jointly Administered

                                                 :               Honorable J. Vincent Aug, Jr.




5
   The Debtors in these Chapter 11 cases are: SL Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a SENCORP), SP Liquidating, Inc.
(f/k/a Senco Products, Inc.), SE Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a Senco Export, Inc.), GS Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a
SenSource Global Sourcing, LLC), TR Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a TyRex, LLC), GF Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a
Global Fastening Solutions, LLC), AF Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a Agrifast, LLC), NC Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a
Nexicor, LLC), OF Liquidating, LLC (f/k/a Omnifast, LLC), SC Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a S C FINANCIAL,
INC.), SI Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a Senco International, Inc.), SM Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a Sentron Medical,
Inc.), and GL Liquidating, Inc. (f/k/a Gregg Laboratories, Inc.).
       ORDER GRANTING APPLICATION OF EASTGATE DEVELOPMENT
       PARTNERSHIP FOR ENTRY OF AN ORDER ALLOWING IMMEDIATE
     PAYMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE CLAIM ARISING FROM POST-PETITION
      DATE NON-RESIDENTIAL REAL PROPERTY RENTAL OBLIGATIONS
              PURSUANT TO 11 U.S.C. §§ 365(D)(3) AND 503


      This matter having come before the Court upon application (the “Application”) of

Eastgate Development Partnership (“Landlord”) for entry of an Order allowing

immediate payment of administrative claim arising from post-petition date rental

obligations pertaining to the non-residential real property commonly known and located

at 754 Old State Route 74, Cincinnati, Ohio 45245, together with the facility, building,

fixtures and improvements thereon arising from that certain lease (the “Lease”) dated

May 20th, 2005, by and between Landlord and DuraSpin Products, LLC which

subsequently changed its name to Tyrex, LLC, which is currently known as TR

Liquidating, LLC; the Court having reviewed the Application; the Court finds that (a) the

Court has jurisdiction over this matter pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 157 and 1334; (b) this is

a core proceeding pursuant to 28 U.S.C § 157(b)(2)(A); (c) notice of the Application was

sufficient under the circumstances; and (d) capitalized terms not otherwise defined

herein have the meanings given to them in the Application; the Court having determined

that the legal and factual bases set forth in the Application establish just cause for the

relief granted herein; and after due deliberation and sufficient cause appearing

therefore,

     IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED THAT:

     1.      The Application is GRANTED in its entirety.

     2.      All objections to the Application or the relief requested in the Application, if

any, that have not been withdrawn, waived or settled, and all reservation of rights in
such objections, if any, shall be and hereby are, OVERRULED in all respects on the

merits and denied.

     3.       Landlord is entitled to an administrative claim under § 503 of the

Bankruptcy Code in the amount of $54,585.00 (the “Claim”) which reflects the amount

due and owing to Landlord for post Petition Date rent under the Lease from the period

between the Petition Date though the Rejection Date.

     4.       The Debtor shall be, and hereby is, ordered to, within five (5) days from

the date of the entry of this Order, pay Landlord the entire Claim.

     5.       The requirement pursuant to Local Rule 9013-1(a) for a memorandum in

support of the Motion is waived.

     6.       This Court shall retain jurisdiction over all matters arising from or related to

   the interpretation and/or implementation to this Order.

     7.       This Order is effective immediately upon entry.

     IT IS SO ORDERED.

COPIES TO: DEFAULT LIST

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                           CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE


        I hereby certify that on January 5, 2010, a true and accurate copy of the
foregoing Application and related notice was served on the following registered ECF
participants, electronically through the Court’s ECF System at the email address
registered with the Court:

       Philomena S. Ashdown psashdown@strausstroy.com
Asst US Trustee (Cin) ustpregion09.ci.ecf@usdoj.gov
Josef S Athanas josef.athanas@lw.com, chefiling@lw.com
Ronald Barliant ronald.barliant@goldbergkohn.com
Beth A. Buchanan bbuchanan@fbtlaw.com
Patrick D. Burns patrick.burns@dinslaw.com
Shawn M. Christianson schristianson@buchalter.com
D. Elaine Conway econway@jw.com
J. Michael Debbeler mdebbeler@gradon.com
Michael E. Emrich notice@regencap.com
Richard L. Ferrell ferrell@taftlaw.com
John Gardner john.gardner@klgates.com
Ronald E. Gold rgold@fbtlaw.com, ahammerle@fbtlaw.com
Robert G. Hanseman rhanseman@ssdlaw.com, kroeckner@ssdlaw.com
Brian D. Huben brian.huben@kattenlaw.com, carole.levine@kattenlaw.com;
donna.carolo@kattenlaw.com
Cara R. Hurak churak@graydon.com
Monica V. Kindt Monica.kindt@usdoj.gov
Scott B. Lepene slepene@beneschlaw.com
Kim Martin Lewis kim.lewis@dinslaw.com
Jeffrey A. Marks jemarks@ssd.com
Richard M. Maseles sdoh@dor.mo.gov
Henry E. Menninger hemenninger@woodlamping.com
Charles M. Meyer cmm@santen-hughes.com
Maria Ann Milano mmilano@riddellwilliams.com
Paul J. Minnillo pjminnillo@minnillojenkins.com
Vicente Matias Murrell murrell.vicente@pbgc.gov, efile@pbgc.gov
Benjamin Nachimson bsn@nachimsonlaw.com
Richard D. Nelson ricknelson@ctks.com
Raymond J. Pikna rjpikna@woodlamping.com; skcliffel@woodlamping.com
Donald J. Rafferty drafferty@ctks.com, ddcass@ctks.com
Matthew A. Rich mrich@katzteller.com
Deborah J. Saltzman deborah.saltzman@dlapiper.com
John A. Schuh jaschuhohecf@nuvox.net
Beth A. Silvers silvers@taftlaw.com; hurley@taftlaw.com
Amy B. Spiller amy.spiller@duke-energy.com
Lorri Staal lorri.staal@gardencitygroup.com
Jeffrey S. Stein jeff_stein@gardencitygroup.com
Kenneth Freda kenneth_freda@gardencitygroup.com
Gregory Guarton gregory.guarton@gardencitygroup.com
Donald L. Swanson don.swanson@koleyjessen.com; kaye.benak@koleyjessen.com
Stephen R. Tetro stephen.tetro@lw.com
Michael B. Willey agbankohio@ag.tn.gov, michael.willey@ag.tn.gov

And on the following by electronic mail addressed to:

Baker & Daniels (scott.semenek@bakerd.com)
City of Memphis (dallas.bankruptcy@publicans.com)
Cohen Todd Kite & Stanford, LLC (svollman@ctks.com)
De Poan Pneumatic (service@depoan.com)
Dubai Wire F Z E (rkv@dubaiwire.com)
George C. Juilfs (gjuilfs@sencorp.com)
IBM Credit LLC (pbrown@us.ibm.com)
John Sieger (john.sieger@kattenlaw.com)
Kay F. Green (J. Brookes Reitzel, Jr.) (reitzel@northstate.net)
Keystone Steel & Wire (general@keystonesteel.com)
L&P Financial Services/Metrock Steel (metrock@metrocksteel.com)
Laboratoire Primatech Inc. (info@primatech.ca)
Lasalle Bank National Assoc., Global Admin. Agent
(steven.friedlander@bankofamerica.com)
Sarah E. Barr, Esq. (sarah.barr@lw.com)
Max Eisenberg (max.eisenberg@lw.com)
McLennan County (austin.bankruptcy@publicans.com)
Morris-Anderson & Associates Ltd. (dmack@morrisanderson.com)
National City Commercial Capital Company, LLC (thomas.dodd@nationalcity.com)
National City Corp. (PNC Financial Services Group Inc.)
(samuel.harris@nationalcity.com)
Peter A. Siddiqui (peter.siddiqui@kattenlaw.com)
Royal Bank of Scotland (Citizens Bank) (thomas.k.schmidt@citizensbank.com)
Safeco Credit Co. Inc. (D/B/A Safeline Leasing) (info@safcoproducts.com)
SEC-Chicago Regional Office (chicago@sec.gov)
SEC-Los Angeles Regional Office (losangeles@sec.gov)
SEC-San Francisco Regional Office (sanfrancisco@sec.gov)
Tecnofil S.P.A. (info@tecnofil.net)
U.S. Department of Justice (askdoj@usdoj.gov)
U.S. Dept. of Labor (contact-ocfo@dol.gov)
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (nagle.richard@epa.gov)
Vedder Price P.C. (dlipke@vedderprice.com)
Wells Fargo & Co./Foothill (david.p.hill@wellsfargo.com)
Western Surety Company (mpolaw@aol.com)
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LATHAM & WATKINS LLP
SEARS TOWER, SUITE 5800
233 SOUTH WACKER DR
CHICAGO, IL 60606

J BROOKS REITZEL ON BEHALF OF CREDITOR HUBERT HEDGECOCK
P O BOX 5544
HIGH POINT, NC 27262

JONATHAN LEE RICHES
#40948018 FEDERAL MEDICAL CTR
P O BOX 14500
LEXINGTON, KY 40512




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THE TERRACE II
2700 VIA FORTUNA DR, STE 400
P O BOX 17428
AUSTIN, TX 78760-7428

RICK SPRAGUE
1330 STARLIGHT DRIVE
JOPLIN, MO 64801

TULARE COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR
ATTN MELISSA QUINN
221 S MOONEY BLVD, RM 104-E
VISALIA, CA 93291-4593

ELIZABETH WELLER ON BEHALF OF
CREDITOR CITY OF MEMPHIS TN
2323 BRYAN STREET, SUITE 1600
DALLAS, TX 75201-2691

ADVANCED FACILITIES INC.
ATTN: OFFICE MANAGER
4690-S INTERSTATE DRIVE
CINCINNATI, OH 45246

ALLIED IRISH BANK
ATTN: MIA BOLIN, VICE PRESIDENT
601 S. FIGUEROA STREET
SUITE 4650
LOS ANGELES, CA 90017

BUTLER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF JOB
AND FAMILY SERVICES
ATTN: INVESTIGATIONS & RECOVERY
DIVISION
315 HIGH STREET
HAMILTON, OH 45012

PRESIDENT
BASSO INDUSTRY CORP.
NO. 24, 36TH ROAD
TAICHUNG INDUSTRIAL ZONE
TAICHUNG TAIWAN, R.O.C. CHINA

CHINA STAPLE ENTERPRISE
CORP(TAIWAN)
N158 NO. TAI MIN ROAD, WU JIH HSIANG
TAICHUNG GSIEN CHINA




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CENTRAL WIRE-UNION
PO BOX 7777-W2450
PHILADELPHIA, PA 19175
CIT COMMUNICATIONS FINANCE
CORPORATION
1 CIT DRIVE
LIVINGSTON, NJ 07039

CHONG CHENG XING YE CO., LTD
ATTN: COMPANY PRESIDENT
TAIWAN BUSINESS BANK
TAICHUNG BRANCH
TAICHUNG CITY CHINA

CITY OF MASON
5000 MASON-MONTGOMERY ROAD
MASON, OH 45040

COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA
DEPT. OF LABOR INDUSTRY READING
BANKRUPTCY
ATTN: DENISE A. MERTZ
625 CHERRY STREET, ROOM 203
READING, PA 19602-1184

CORUS INTERNATIONAL TRADING LTD.
30 MILLBANK
LONDON SW1P 4WY
ENGLAND
UNITED KINGDOM

CORUS INTERNATIONAL TRADING
C/O RONALD E. ALLEN, JR., VP
475 N. MARTINGALE ROAD
SUITE 400
SCHAUMBURG, IL 60173

DEENCH CORP.
NO. 18, 2ND INTERNATIONAL
TAINAN CHINA
DEENCH CORP.
C/O JACK R. PIGMAN, ESQ.
PORTER, WRIGHT, MORRIS & ARTHUR, LLP
41 S. HIGH STREET
COLUMBUS, OH 43215

IBM CORPORATION
ATTN: VICKY NAMKEN
13800 DIPLOMAT DRIVE
DALLAS, TX 75234



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GERRARDS LIMITADA
ATTN: COMPANY PRESIDENT
AV. MARCIANO BAPTISTA, 26F 3 FLAT F
ED CHONG FOK COMM. CENTER,
MACAU HONG KONG

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE
300 N. LOS ANGELES STREET
MAIL STOP 5022
LOS ANGELES, CA 90012

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE
DISTRICT DIRECTOR OF INSOLVENCY
201 WEST RIVER CENTER BLVD.
COVINGTON, KY 41011

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE
INSOLVENCIES
PO BOX 21126
PHILADELPHIA, PA 19114

JACKSON WALKER L.L.P.
ATTN: BRUCE RUZINSKY & D. ELAINE CONAY
ATTY FOR CONSTELLATION NEWENERGY-GAS
1401 MCKINNEY STREET, SUITE 1900
HOUSTON, TX 77010

JACKSON WALKER L.L.P.
ATTN: HEATHER M. FORREST, ESQ.
ATTY FOR CONSTELLATION NEWENERGY
901 MAIN STREET, SUITE 6000
DALLAS, TX 75202

JOHNSTOWN WIRE TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
C/O RONALD E. SHAFFER, VP
124 LAUREL ROAD
JOHNSTOWN, PA 15906

KEYSTONE CONSOLIDAETD INDUSTRIES,
INC.
c/o BERT E. DOWNING, JR., VP/CFO
5430 LBJ FREEWAY, SUITE 1740
DALLAS, TX 75240

JE IL STEEL CO., LTD
P.O. BOX 423
658 9 BONGAM-DONG
MASAN KOREA




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LASALLE BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION,
AS AGENT
312 WALNUT STREET
SUITE 2450
CINCINNATI, OH 45202

KING STEEL CORP.
DRAWER #1656
P.O. BOX 79001
DETROIT, MI 48279-1656

OHIO BUREAU OF WORKERS'
COMPENSATION
30 W. SPRING STREET
THOMAS WOODRUFF, DIRECTOR
COLUMBUS, OH 43215-2256

OFFICE OF PA ATTORNEY GENERAL
ATTN: ROBERT EDMUNDSON, SR. DEPUTY AG
564 FORBES AVENUE, 5TH FLOOR
MANOR COMPLEX
PITTSBURGH, PA 15219

OHIO BUREAU OF WORKERS'
COMPENSATION
ATTORNEY GENERAL OF OHIO
COLLECTIONS ENFORCEMENT SECTION
150 E GAY STREET, 21ST FLOOR
COLUMBUS, OH 43215

LASALLE NATIONAL LEASING CORPORATION
11333 MCCORMICK ROAD
#MD503207
HUNT VALLEY, MD 21031-1001

OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION
P.O. BOX 530
ATTN: BANKRUPTCY DIVISION COLUMBUS,
OH 43216-0030

OHIO BUREAU OF WORKERS' COMPENSATION
ATTN: LAW SECTION BANKRUPTCY UNIT
P.O. BOX 15567
COLUMBUS, OH 43215




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OHIO DEPARTMENT OF JOB AND FAMILY
SERVICES
FKA OHIO BUREAU OF EMPLOYMENT
SERVICES
ATTN: COLLECTION DEPARTMENT
P. O. BOX 923
COLUMBUS, OH 43216-0923

OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION
C/O ATTORNEY GENERAL OF OHIO
COLLECTIONS ENFORCEMENT SECTION
150 E GAY STREET, 21ST FLOOR
COLUMBUS, OH 43215

PENSION BENEFIT GUARANTY
CORPORATION
OFFICE OF THE GENERAL COUNSEL
1200 K STREET NW
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20005

OHIO DEPARTMENT OF JOB AND FAMILY
SERVICES
C/O ATTORNEY GENERAL - REV REC
ATTN: BANKRUPTCY STAFF/COLLECTIONS
150 E GAY STREET, 21ST FLOOR
COLUMBUS, OH 43215

PRO-COPY LEASING, INC.
4720 GLENDALE-MILFORD ROAD
CINCINNATI, OH 45242

OHIO DEPARTMENT OF JOB AND FAMILY
SERVICES
PO BOX 182413
COLUMBUS, OH 43218-2413

SAFECO CREDIT CO. INC.
DBA SAFELINE LEASING
44 OLD RIDGEBURY ROAD
DANBURY, CT 06810

PRECISION FASTENERS LLC
P.O. BOX 28619
DUBAI INVESTMENTS BANK
DUBAI U.A.E.




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RECOVERY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
CORP.
ATTN: RAMESH SINGH
AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR GE MONEY
BANK
25 SE 2ND AVENUE, SUITE 1120
MIAMI, FL 33131-1605

RAYMOND LEASING CORPORATION
20 S. CANAL STREET
GREENE, NY 13778
SAN JOAQUIN TREASURER & TAX
COLLECTION
ATTN: CHRISTINE M. BABB
500 E. MAIN STREET, 1ST FLOOR
P.O. BOX 2169
STOCKTON, CA 95201

RICHARD GERWE
632 RIVERSHORE DRIVE
HEBRON, KY 41048
SENCO GENERAL TOOLS (SUZHOU) CO.
LTD
WEST NO. B-6 EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE
NEW & HIGH TECH
SUZHOU, JIANGSU 215151

SECURITIES & EXCHANGE COMMISSION
DAVID M. BECKER, GENERAL COUNSEL
100 F STREET, NE.
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20549

SENCO PNEUMATIC H.K. LTD
BLK B, 9/F, UNIT 2
TONIC IND. CENTRE
KOWLOON HONG KONG
SENCO LATIN AMERICA
CALLE 36 #66B-46
ITAGUI (ANTIOQUIA) COLOMBIA

STERLING STEEL LLC
101 AVENUE K
STERLING, IL 61081-3229

STEMCOR USA, INC.
350 FIFTH AVENUE
SUITE 7815
NEW YORK, NY 10118




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STRAUSS & TROY
ATTN: THOMAS P. GLASS, ESQ.
THE FEDERAL RESERVE BLDG.
150 E. FOURTH STREET
CINCINNATI, OH 45202-4018

STRAUSS & TROY
ATTN: RICHARD S. WAYNE, ESQ.
THE FEDERAL RESERVE BLDG.
150 E. FOURTH STREET
CINCINNATI, OH 45202-4018

TULARE COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR
ATTN: MELISSA QUINN
221 S. MOONEY BLVD., ROOM 104-E
VISALIA, CA 93291-4593

TECHTRONIC INDUSTRIES CO. LTD.
UNITS B-F 24/F., CDW BLDG.,
388 CASTLE PEAK ROAD
ATTN: COMPANY PRESIDENT
TSUEN WAN , N.T. HONG KONG
U. S. ATTORNEY - CINCINNATI
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
221 EAST FOURTH STREET, SUITE 400
CINCINNATI, OH 45202

U.S.EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
COMMISSION
131 M STREET, NE
WASHINGTON, DC 20507

TIANJIN XIAN TONG JUXIANG METAL
MAN. CO, LTD.
ATTN: COMPANY PRESIDENT
DAMING ROAD, YINGXIANG STREET
XIQING DISTRICT, TIANJIN, CHINA

TRIM INTERNATIONAL, INC.
C/O SKIPPER YIH, CEO
21 F NO. 508, SEC. 5
CHUNG HSIAIO E. RD.
TAIPEI, TAIWAN

UNITED STATES CUSTOMS
610 S. CANAL STREET
ROOM 900
CHICAGO, IL 60607




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US BANCORP
ATTN: CHIEF RISK OFFICER
1310 MADRID STREET
800 NICOLET MALL
MARSHALL, MN 56258

US EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
COMM.
131 M STREET NE
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20507

US FASTENERS WEST
8685 BOWERS AVE
SOUTH GATE, CA 90280

WELLS FARGO FINANCIAL LEASING INC.
604 LOCUST ST., 1ST FLOOR
SUITE 195
DES MOINES, IA 50309-3705

WORTHEN INDUSTRIES INC
PO BOX 847125
BOSTON, MA 02284-7125

XINGYA CINCINNATI
NO. 88 LIU TAI ROAD
LIUHE TOWN
TAICANG CITY, 215431 CHINA

FREDERICK H. GRIBBELL, LLC
6675 TAYLOR ROAD
CINCINNATI, OH 45248


                                     /s/ Donald W. Mallory
                                      Donald W. Mallory




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