Saturday, July 8, 2017

A Love Question To My #Superfans: Why Was The Detroit Land Bank Authority A Detroit Bankruptcy Creditor?

My dearest, most precious #Superfans,

This conundrum wrapped in an enigma has kept me up tossing and turning for nights, pining for you to come to me in my dreams and answer this question:

Why was the Detroit Land Bank Authority a creditor in the Chapter 9 City of Detroit, Michigan, Case No. 13-53846 presided by Judge Steve W. Rhodes?


The Detroit Land Bank Authority claims to be a "quasi-government organization" (QGO), and also claims to be part of the City of Detroit.
A Detroit Land Bank Authority Contractor with the Official Seal of the City of Detroit

So, if this is the case, that the Detroit Land Bank Authority is going around using the Official Seal of the City of Detroit, meaning that its legal paperwork is filed in the great repository of the Seal of the City, then how come it is listed as a creditor in the bankruptcy case against "itself", or rather, the City of Detroit?

When filing with the federal courts, a corporation is supposed to file its corporate disclosure statement to let the court, and the public, know if it is a governmental or non-governmental corporate entity:

Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 7.1 – Disclosure Statement

(a) Who Must File; Contents. A nongovernmental corporate party must file 2 copies of a disclosure statement that:

      (1) identifies any parent corporation and any publicly held corporation owning 10% or more of its stock; or
      (2) states that there is no such corporation.

(b) Time to File; Supplemental Filing. A party must:

      (1) file the disclosure statement with its first appearance, pleading, petition, motion, response, or other request addressed to the court; and
      (2) promptly file a supplemental statement if any required information changes.





Guess who did not file corporate disclosure of interest statements?

Guess who did not file incorporation of the Detroit Land Bank Authority with the State of Michigan?

Guess who has nothing filed in the Great Repository of the Seal of the Detroit with the City Clerk?

Guess who allowed the Detroit Land Bank Authority to be a creditor of the City of Detroit in the Chapter 9 Bankruptcy, and then ended up giving away property of the City and its Public Schools to settle debts?

So, the question is...

If the Detroit Land Bank Authority did not file with the Michigan Eastern District Bankruptcy Court its corporate interest disclosure, then, this begs the question, "Did City of Detroit Corporate Counsel represent, in notice of appearance, for Detroit Land Bank Authority?"

But, wait, I got one even better...

"What is the EIN for the Detroit Land Bank Authority to open a bank account and cash a check?

Perhaps, that is why "settlements" were done in quiet title, MICS 21703.


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