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Tor Asia Credit Master Fund et al v. Guy Kwok-Hung Lam et al: Complaint

Complaint "to establish the validity and enforceability of Tor's claims, establish the validity of Tor's first priority liens on the Debtors' property, clear title over such property, and resolve related claims that Lam, a personal guarantor of the debts owed to Tor, has raised in pending state court litigation" in Tor Asia Credit Master Fund LP, described as "an investment fund registered with the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority", and Andrew Oksner, of Texas v. Guy Kwok-Hung Lam, described as a resident of Hong Kong; CP Global, Inc., of the Cayman Islands; CP Assets Limited, of the Cayman Islands; PCII Holdings LLC, of Delaware; CP Holdings LLC, of Delaware; Pacrim U.S. LLC, of Delaware; Pacrim US (AL) LLC, of Alabama; CP 19 (AL) LLC, of Alabama; CPSL Property Holdings LLC, of Texas; CP Assisted Living 3, Inc., of Alabama; CP 1 (AL), Inc., CP 2 (AL), Inc., CP 4 (AL), Inc., CP 5 (AL), Inc., CP 6 (AL), Inc., CP 7 (AL), Inc., CP 8 (AL), Inc., CP 9 (AL) Inc., CP 12 (AL), Inc., CP 13 (AL), Inc., CP 14 (AL), Inc., CP 15 (AL), Inc., CP 17 (AL), LLC, CP 21 (AL), LLC, all of Alabama; CP 2 (TX) LLC, CP 3 (TX) LLC, CP 6 (TX) LLC, CP 7 (TX) LLC, CP 9 (TX) LLC, CP 11 (TX) LLC, CP 12 (TX) LLC, and CP 15 (TX) LLC, all of Texas, at the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.
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File Size: 4.9 MB

Pages:

498

 

Plaintiff(s)/Applicant(s):

Tor Asia Credit Master Fund LP;Andrew Oksner

 

Date:

June 21, 2021

Sector:

Liquidations & Insolvencies;Litigation;Securities & Investment

 

Defendant(s)/Respondent(s):

Guy Kwok-Hung Lam;CP Global, Inc.;CP Assets Limited;PCII Holdings LLC;CP Holdings LLC;Pacrim U.S. LLC;Pacrim US (AL) LLC;CP 19 (AL) LLC;CPSL Property Holdings LLC;CP Assisted Living 3, Inc.;CP 1 (AL), Inc.;CP 2 (AL), Inc.;CP 4 (AL), Inc.;CP 5 (AL), Inc.;CP 6 (AL), Inc.;CP 7 (AL), Inc.;CP 8 (AL), Inc.;CP 9 (AL) Inc.;CP 12 (AL), Inc.;CP 13 (AL), Inc.;CP 14 (AL), Inc.;CP 15 (AL), Inc.;CP 17 (AL), LLC;CP 21 (AL), LLC;CP 2 (TX) LLC;CP 3 (TX) LLC;CP 6 (TX) LLC;CP 7 (TX) LLC;CP 9 (TX) LLC;CP 11 (TX) LLC;CP 12 (TX) LLC;CP 15 (TX) LLC

 

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