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Grounds for proceeding
Personal Property (PEP) CHAPTER 41, ARTICLE 8-B
§ 286. Grounds for proceeding. Whenever there has been a default under
a bond or a trust indenture which has not been cured, or whenever
proceedings have been instituted under any federal or state law for the
modification of a bond or a trust indenture or for a reorganization of
the obligor, in connection with which such a modification is
contemplated, any qualified bondholder owning such a bond, or owning a
bond to which such a trust indenture relates, may apply to the supreme
court or the county court, by special proceeding for judgment directing
the trustee of the issue and every obligor of the bond, or any of them,
to furnish to the applicant a list of the names and addresses of all of
the bondholders of the issue so far as they have knowledge or
information with respect to such names and addresses, irrespective of
how such knowledge or information was acquired.