HOT ISSUES
Question #9: My property is being managed by another group, so how am I involved with the DBSI bankruptcy?
We presume from your question that you are a Tenant In Common investor whose property is now being managed by a non-DBSI property manager. You are receiving communications from the “DBSI Bankruptcy” because pursuant to the Joint Plan of Liquidation you hold an allowed claim with respect to your portion of accountable reserves, unpaid rents and/or a lease rejection claim. This claim, as listed on Schedule 3 of the Disclosure Statement [LINK], has been exchange for a beneficial interest in the DBSI Liquidating Trust.