There are so many moving parts to this situation that only YOUR bankruptcy attorney can give you a complete and valid answer. "An almost confirmed" plan is meaningless. If you are not happy with your current attorney, fire them and get another one. That is how you solve the problem of them "not liking" to answer your questions.
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First of all, you better mention this stuff about not answering questions to the judge when it comes time for your fees to be approved. I would also make a record of all these bad acts because that sort of behavior really makes me mad. On the other hand, if you can successfully have your case confirmed, that's better than most attorneys.
With that aside, I don't know AZ law, if AZ law makes you disclose this information, then you need to do it. Bankruptcy law does not make you disclose that information.
I am not trying to second guess your attorney (because they know the facts better than we do) so I will try not to contradict him, but in general, I obtain court approval for any leases that may not be in the ordinary course of business (and even then, depending on the way my creditors have been behaving, I may get court approval anyway).
This is how i really wanted to answer:
1st. What in the world are you doing with an attorney that rarely responds to you unless you corner him? Are you paying him $10 per hour!?
2nd. What in the world are you talking about? Trustee sale? In a Chapter 11, YOU'RE THE TRUSTEE (as the debtor in possession or DIP). If you're not the trustee, what the hell are you doing leasing estate property? That's the trustee's job!!
So that makes me worry.
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Your disclosure regarding chapter 11 and advising new tenants that this property is part of chapter 11 reorganization plan should be sufficient.
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