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The company with name Black Bear Pacific Liquidating Fund Unit Trust (For Number Of Investors And Qualified Institutional Investors (With Resale Restriction To Non-Qualified Institutional Investors)) Ltd, incorporated in Cayman Islands, is an organization incorporated as a "limited company" type.

The company has been visited recently thirteen times in the last year, seven times in the last ten months and two times in the last five weeks from six different countries and is stored in our system since Tuesday, July 28, 2015.

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The money that is got from the liquidation is deposited with escrow i.e money held by a third party company.

The agreement should clearly define the terms and conditions for holding the funds got from liquidation.

The second liquidating trust and escrow agreement is drafted to ensure that the financial interest of all companies involved is kept safe at all times.

The agreement regulates the distribution of escrow funds to investors in a calendar year.

The agreement also specifies the reporting and the auditing that is done with regard to the amount that is received from liquidation of the company.

All actions of escrow are bound to the agreement and any deviation can affect the escrow funds.

Is not a qualified settlement fund under § 1.468B-1, a bankruptcy estate (or part thereof) resulting from the commencement of a case under title 11 of the United States Code, or a liquidating trust under § 301.7701-4(d) of this chapter (except as provided in paragraph (c)(2)(ii) of this section); means a person designated as such by a court having jurisdiction over a disputed ownership fund, however, if no person is designated, the administrator is the escrow agent, escrow holder, trustee, receiver, or other person responsible for administering the fund; means a person who claims ownership of, in whole or in part, or a legal or equitable interest in, money or property immediately before and immediately after that property is transferred to a disputed ownership fund; means a transferor that claims ownership of, in whole or in part, or a legal or equitable interest in, the disputed property immediately before and immediately after that property is transferred to the disputed ownership fund.

Because a transferor-claimant is both a transferor and a claimant, generally the terms also include a transferor-claimant.

See paragraph (d) of this section for rules applicable only to transferors that are not transferor-claimants and paragraph (e) of this section for rules applicable only to transferors that are also transferor-claimants.

For Federal income tax purposes, a disputed ownership fund is treated as the owner of all assets that it holds.

A disputed ownership fund is treated as a C corporation for purposes of subtitle F of the Internal Revenue Code, and the administrator of the fund must obtain an employer identification number for the fund, make all required income tax and information returns, and deposit all tax payments.

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