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Warrant redemption liability

Warrant redemption liability
6 Months Ended
Jun. 30, 2021
Warrant Redemption Liability  
Warrant redemption liability

Note 12 - Warrant redemption liability


The Plan of Reorganization provides the right for the Company to call, and the Company or its designee to redeem warrants that are not exercised timely, as specified in the Plan, by transferring a $0.10 redemption fee to the former holders. Certain individuals desiring to become a Company designee to redeem warrants have deposited redemption fees with the Company that, when warrants are redeemed, will be forwarded to the former warrant holders through DTCC or at their last known address 30 days after the last warrant of a class is exercised, or earlier at the discretion of the Company. The Company has arranged for a service to process the redemption fees in offset to an equal amount of liability.


In prior years the Series A, Series B, and Series C redemption fees have been distributed through DTCC into holder’s brokerage accounts or directly to the holders. All Series A and Series C warrants have been exercised and are no longer outstanding. There are 87,456 Series B warrants outstanding which are held by Chet Billingsley, the Company’s Chief Executive Officer (“CEO”).


Once the Series D warrants have been fully redeemed and exercised, the fees for the Series D warrant series will likewise be distributed. Mr. Billingsley has agreed to assume liability for paying these redemption fees and therefore warrant redemption fees received are retained by the Company for operating costs. Should Mr. Billingsley be incapacitated or otherwise become unable to pay the warrant redemption fees, the Company will remit the warrant redemption fees to former holders from amounts due to Mr. Billingsley from the Company, which are sufficient to cover the redemption fees at June 30, 2021 and December 31, 2020.