Barry A. Mukamal is the Court appointed Chapter 11 trustee (the “Trustee”) of American Resource Management Group, LLC (DE) and eight affiliated entities including Resort Release (the “Debtors”) that filed for bankruptcy protection on April 9, 2019. Does the Trustee represent me individually?
No. The Trustee is in the process of attempting to address all customers’ timeshare interests with the Resort Developers, including those with outstanding mortgages and pending lawsuits & transfers. New information will be posted as it becomes available.
Note: The Trustee and his staff cannot give you legal advice
What is the status of my litigation case?
The Trustee does not represent individual customers and cannot provide legal advice as to specific customer situations or cases. The Trustee is in the process of attempting to address all customers’ timeshare interests with the Resort Developers, including matters that are in litigation or arbitration.
Am I entitled to a refund?
The Trustee does not have any information about this at this time.
Do I continue making my timeshare mortgage payments?
The Trustee and his staff cannot give you legal advice.
I received a bankruptcy notice accompanied by a Proof of Claim form and filing instructions from the claims noticing agent Stretto (“Stretto”) concerning the Debtors. What do I need to do? Does this mean I have a claim?
Receipt of the bankruptcy notice and Proof of Claim does not necessarily mean you have a claim against any of the Debtors. The bankruptcy notice and Proof of Claim form were sent to all entities and individuals that the Debtors' records indicate have done business with one or more of the Debtors. If you believe you have a claim against any of the Debtors as of the date of the bankruptcy filing, April 9, 2019, you must submit a Proof of Claim with supporting documents to Stretto by the bar date deadline August 5, 2019, as referenced on pg. 3 of the bankruptcy notice.
If I file a Proof of Claim will I automatically be paid for my pre-petition amount?
Filing a Proof of Claim does not, among other things, automatically qualify you to be paid in full for a pre-petition claim. After the bar date deadline has passed, the Trustee will review and examine all such claims to determine whether to allow, disallow, reduce the amount, or reclassify the status of the claim.
Do I need to file a Proof of Claim for each Debtor that I hold a claim with?
If you have claims against more than one Debtor, you must file a separate Proof of Claim against each Debtor. You must identify on each Proof of Claim the specific Debtor and the bankruptcy case number for that Debtor.