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PUBLIC LAW 98-000—MMMM. DD, 1984

98 STAT. 360

PUBLIC LAW 98-353—JULY 10, 1984

"(d) The procedures that may be expedited under subsection (c) of this section include— "(1) the filing of and response to— "(A) a claim of ownership; "(B) a proof of claim; "(C) a request for abandonment; "(D) a request for relief from the stay of action against property under section 362(a) of this title; "(E) a request for determination of secured status; "(F) a request for determination of whether such grain or the proceeds of grain— "(i) is property of the estate; "(ii) must be turned over to the estate; or "(iii) may be used, sold, or leased; and

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^rJ "(G) any other request for determination of an interest in such grain or the proceeds of grain; "(2) the disposition of such grain or the proceeds of grain, before or after determination of interests in such grain or the proceeds of grain, by way of— "(A) sale of such grain; "(B) abandonment; "(C) distribution; or "(D) such other method as is equitable in the case; "(3) subject to sections 701, 702, 703, 1104, and 1302 of this title, the appointment of a trustee or examiner and the retention and compensation of any professional person required to assist with respect to matters relevant to the determination of interests in or disposition of such grain or the proceeds of grain; and "(4) the determination of any dispute concerning a matter specified in paragraph (1), (2), or (3) of this subsection. "(e)(1) Any governmental unit that has regulatory jurisdiction over the operation or liquidation of the debtor or the debtor's business shall be given notice of any request made or order entered under subsection (c) of this section. "(2) Any such governmental unit may raise, and may appear and be heard on, any issue relating to grain or the proceeds of grain in a case in which a request is made, or an order is entered, under subsection (c) of this section. "(3) The trustee shall consult with such governmental unit before taking any action relating to the disposition of grain in the possession, custody, or control of the debtor or the estate. "(f) The court may extend the period for final disposition of grain or the proceeds of grain under this section beyond 120 days if the court finds that— "(1) the interests of justice so require in light of the complexity of the case; and "(2) the interests of those claimants entitled to distribution of grain or the proceeds of grain will not be materially injured by such additional delay. "(g) Unless an order establishing an expedited procedure under subsection (c) of this section, or determining any interest in or approving any disposition of grain or the proceeds of grain, is stayed pending appeal— "(1) the reversal or modification of such order on appeal does not affect the validity of any procedure, determination, or disposition that occurs before such reversal or modification,