Chapter 11: Personal Property Leases

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NBRC-0318 Paul Mignini, Jr., Mary E. Wysocki and Charles M. Tatelbaum President-National Association of Credit Management ("NACM"), Chair-NACM Government Affairs Committee, and NACM Legislative and Bankruptcy Counsel, respectively Personal Property Leases 365
NACM sought the input of all NACM members with respect to proposed changes to the bankruptcy laws. The NACM Government Affairs Committee, without discussing the rationales for their suggestions, prepared the proposals below. NACM's Government Affairs Committee concludes that § 365 should be amended to provide that: if a trustee assumes a lease for real or personal property in which the debtor is the lessee, at the time of assumption all post-petition lease payments must be paid. The curing of pre-petition defaults will not be required, and any such claims shall be treated as allowable unsecured claims without priority.