What does the Plan do?

The Plan provided for the creation of two primary entities: (i) a Wind-Down Entity, which, through its subsidiaries, was vested on the effective date with the real estate-related assets formerly owned by Woodbridge; and (ii) a Liquidation Trust, which was vested with ownership of the Wind-Down Entity and its subsidiaries and estate claims and causes of action, such as lawsuits against third parties.

Woodbridge’s unsecured creditors (including investors holding notes and units) received interests in the Liquidation Trust, which entitle them to cash distributions over time from the Liquidation Trust.