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Full title: Monthly Status/Operating Report for the Month of May 2021 filed by Garland S. Cassada on behalf of Bestwall LLC. (Cassada, Garland) (Entered: 06/30/2021)

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Thereafter, on May 10, 2021, the District Court denied the Asbestos Committee’s motion for leave to appeal and affirmed the PIQ Order [Dkt. 1820; Dist Crt.On April 19, 2021, certain third party asbestos trusts filed a motion in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware (the “Delaware District Court”) seeking to quash or modify certain Subpoenas served by the Debtor [Dist.Note 1: Amounts above include only the Debtor’s cash and exclude all activity (receipts and disbursements) relating to cash held by the Debtor for its non-debtor subsidiaries, GP Industrial Plasters LLC and Industrial Plasters Canada ULC (together, the “Non-Debtor Subsidiaries”), under a cash pooling agreement, as permitted by order of the Court [Dkt. 66] (the “Cash Management Order”).# of deposits/credits: 13 eposits and other credits 2,791,185.01 # of withdrawals/debits: 29 ithdrawals and other debits -0.00 # of days in cycle: 31 hecks -2,791,185.01 Average ledger balance: $0.00 ervice fees -0.00 nding balance on May 31, 2021 $0.00 ESTWALL LLC DEBTOR IN POSSESSION CASE 17 31795 ccount summary eginning balance on May 1, 2021 $3,301.51 # of deposits/credits: 1 eposits and other credits 0.49 # of withdrawals/debits: 0 ithdrawals and other debits -0.00 # of days in cycle: 31 hecks -0.00 Average ledger balance: $3,301.52 ervice fees -0.00 nding balance on May 31, 2021 $3,302.00 nnual Percentage Yield Earned this statement period: 0.17%.

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United States Bankruptcy Court Western District of North Carolina MONTHLY STATUS REPORT IN RE: BESTWALL LLC CASE NO: 17-31795 Reporting Period: FROM: May 1, 2021 TO: May 31, 2021 I certify under penalty of perjury that the information contained in the attached Monthly Status Report consisting of 53 pages (including exhibits and attachments) is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. Dated: June 30, 2021 /s/ Michele Wortmann Debtor Representative I certify that I have reviewed the information contained in the attached Monthly Status Report consisting of 53 pages and, based on my knowledge of this case and the debtor’s financial and business affairs, this Monthly Status Report is accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge and does not contain any misrepresentation of which I am aware. I further certify that this report has been served on all parties as required by law or court order. Dated: June 30, 2021 /s/ Jeffrey B. Ellman Attorney for Debtor NARRATIVE ON PROGRESS OF CASE: On November 2, 2017 (the “Petition Date”), Bestwall LLC (the “Debtor”) commenced this case by filing a voluntary petition for relief under chapter 11 of title 11 of the United States Code (the “Bankruptcy Code”). The Debtor is continuing to operate its business as a debtor in possession. On the Petition Date, the Debtor commenced an adversary proceeding [Adv. Pro. No. 17-03105 (LTB)] (the “2017 Adversary Proceeding”) in which the Debtor filed a motion [2017 Adv. Pro. Dkt. 2] (the “PI Motion”) seeking, among other things, injunctive and declaratory relief prohibiting and enjoining the filing or prosecution of asbestos-related claims against affiliates of the Debtor. On July 29, 2019, the Court entered a memorandum opinion and order granting the PI Motion [2017 Adv. Pro. Dkt. 164] (the “PI Order”). On January 31, 2020, in response to a motion to reconsider and amend the PI Order filed by the official committee of asbestos claimants (the “Asbestos Committee”) [2017 Adv. Pro.

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Dkt. 166], the Court entered an order [2017 Adv. Pro. Dkt. 190] (together with the PI Order, the “Injunction Orders”) clarifying the PI Order. On February 14, 2020, the Asbestos Committee and the legal representative for future asbestos claimants (the “Future Claimants’ Representative”) each filed an appeal of the Injunction Orders to the District Court for the Western District of North Carolina (the “District Court”) [Dist. Crt. Nos. 20-00103, 20-00105]. This matter has been fully briefed by the parties and is awaiting a decision of the District Court. On August 15, 2018, the Asbestos Committee filed a motion to dismiss the Debtor’s chapter 11 case or, alternatively, to transfer venue [Dkt. 495] (the “First Dismissal Motion”). On July 29, 2019, the Court entered a memorandum opinion and order denying the First Dismissal Motion [Dkt. 891] (the “Dismissal Denial Order”). On August 12, 2019, the Asbestos Committee filed a notice of appeal of that order to the District Court [Dkt. 917] [Dist. Crt. No. 19-00396] and a motion for leave to appeal the Dismissal Denial Order [Dkts. 918, 919] (the “Dismissal Motion for Leave”). On December 2, 2019, the Debtor and the Debtor’s non-debtor affiliate, Georgia-Pacific LLC (“New GP”) filed oppositions to the Dismissal Motion for Leave with the District Court [District Court Dkts. 9, 10]. The Dismissal Motion for Leave remains pending before the District Court. To assist in settlement efforts and the formulation and confirmation of a chapter 11 plan, the Debtor filed a motion [Dkt. 875] (the “Estimation Motion”) on June 19, 2019 for entry of an order, pursuant to section 502(c) of the Bankruptcy Code, authorizing an aggregate estimation of the Debtor’s legal liability for current and future asbestos mesothelioma claims based on alleged exposures to joint compound products (the “Estimation Proceeding”). After a hearing on September 19, 2019 and without ruling on the Estimation Motion, the Court referred the parties to mediation, which concluded without a settlement in April 2020. Thereafter, a further hearing on the Estimation Motion was held on September 23, 2020. Following oral argument by the parties, the Court continued the hearing on the Estimation Motion to October 22, 2020, at which hearing the Court issued an oral ruling granting the Estimation Motion. On January 19, 2021, the Court entered an order memorializing its oral ruling and authorizing the estimation of current and future mesothelioma claims as defined in the order [Dkt. 1577]. Subsequently, the parties agreed to a form of case management order with regard to the Estimation Proceeding, which was entered by the Court on March 31, 2021 [Dkt. 1685]. The parties further have agreed that the Estimation Proceeding will commence on May 9, 2022, and the Court has scheduled the Estimation Proceeding to begin on that date. On July 22, 2020, the Asbestos Committee and the Future Claimants’ Representative filed an amended plan of reorganization [Dkt. 1219] (the “ACC/FCR Plan”) and a disclosure statement for the ACC/FCR Plan [Dkt. 1220] (the “ACC/FCR Disclosure Statement”). On July 31, 2020, the Asbestos Committee and the Future Claimants’ Representative filed a motion [Dkt. 1247] (the “Solicitation Motion”) seeking the Court’s approval of the ACC/FCR Disclosure Statement and their proposed procedures for soliciting the ACC/FCR Plan. After hearings held on September 25, 2020 and October 22, 2020, the Court continued the hearings on the ACC/FCR Disclosure Statement and the Solicitation Motion to occur after the conclusion of the Estimation Proceeding. On August 12, 2020, the Debtor filed an amended plan of reorganization, along with certain exhibits thereto [Dkts. 1274, 1284] (the “Debtor’s Plan”). The Debtor’s Plan provides for $1 billion to fund a section 524(g) trust for the benefit of asbestos claimants. On December 7, 2020, the Debtor established

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and funded a $1 billion trust to serve as a qualified settlement fund for payment of pending and future asbestos-related claims, as authorized by Court order [Dkt. 1398]. On July 30, 2020, the Debtor filed motions pursuant to Bankruptcy Rule 2004 seeking orders (a) requiring the submission of personal injury questionnaires (the “PIQs”) by all current mesothelioma claimants [Dkts. 1236, 1246] (together, the “PIQ Motion”) and (b) authorizing discovery from certain asbestos bankruptcy trusts with respect to certain mesothelioma claimants [Dkts. 1237-1239, 1241] (collectively, the “Trust Discovery Motion” and, together with the PIQ Motion, the “Debtor’s Discovery Motions”). The Debtor’s Discovery Motions were heard on January 21, 2021. At a subsequent hearing on March 4, 2021, the Court issued an oral ruling granting the Debtor’s Discovery Motions. On March 23, 2021, the Court entered an order granting the PIQ Motion [Dkt. 1670] (the “PIQ Order”). On March 24, 2021, the Court entered an order granting the Trust Discovery Motion [Dkt. 1672] (the “Trust Discovery Order”). On March 26, 2021, the Debtor served the PIQs on counsel to asbestos claimants. On April 2 and April 5, 2021, the Debtor served subpoenas to produce documents, information or objects (the “Subpoenas”) on certain third party asbestos trusts in accordance with the Trust Discovery Order. On April 6, 2021, the Asbestos Committee filed a notice of appeal of the PIQ Order [Dkt. 1706; Dist. Crt. No. 21-00151, Dkt. 1], a motion for leave to appeal the PIQ Order [Dkt. 1707] and a memorandum of law in support of the motion for leave [Dkt. 1708]. Certain asbestos claimants and the Future Claimants’ Representative filed notices of appeal of the PIQ Order [Dkts. 1709, 1734]; Dist. Crt. No. 21-00152, Dkt. 1; Dist. Crt. No. 21-00179, Dkt. 1] and a joinder to the Asbestos Committee’s motion for leave to appeal the PIQ Order [Dkts. 1710, 1736]. The Debtor filed an objection to the Asbestos Committee’s motion for leave to appeal the PIQ Order with the District Court [Dist. Crt. No. 21-00151, Dkt. 4; Dist. Crt. No. 21-00152, Dkt. 3]. On April 6, 2021, the Asbestos Committee filed a motion for a stay pending the appeal of the PIQ Order [Dkt. 1711] and a memorandum of law in support thereof [Dkt. 1712]. Certain asbestos claimants (but not the Future Claimants’ Representative) filed a joinder to the motion for a stay pending the appeal of the PIQ Order [Dkt. 1713]. On April 20, 2021, the Debtor filed an objection to the Asbestos Committee’s motion for a stay pending the appeal of the PIQ Order [Dkt. 1735]. At a subsequent hearing on April 22, 2021, after briefing and oral argument by the parties in interest, the Court issued an oral ruling denying the motion for a stay pending the appeal of the PIQ Order. The Court memorialized its ruling denying the motion for a stay in an order entered on May 12, 2021 [Dkt. 1795]. Thereafter, on May 10, 2021, the District Court denied the Asbestos Committee’s motion for leave to appeal and affirmed the PIQ Order [Dkt. 1820; Dist Crt. No. 21-00151, Dkt. 11] (the “District Court Order”). On May 24, 2021, the Asbestos Committee filed a motion for rehearing and reconsideration with respect to the affirmance of the PIQ Order in District Court Order (but not the denial of the motion for leave) [Dist Crt. 21-00151, Dkt. 14], which motion remains pending before the District Court. On April 19, 2021, certain third party asbestos trusts filed a motion in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware (the “Delaware District Court”) seeking to quash or modify certain Subpoenas served by the Debtor [Dist. Crt. No. 21-00141, Dkt. 1] (the “Trust Motion to Quash”). On April 20, 2021, an additional third party asbestos trust filed a joinder to the Trust Motion to Quash [Dist. Crt. No. 21-00141, Dkt. 3]. On April 23, 2021, the Debtor filed a motion to transfer the proceeding to this Court [Dist. Crt. No. 21-00141, Dkt. 4] (the “Motion to Transfer”). On May 3, 2021, the Debtor filed an objection to the Trust Motion to Quash [Dist. Crt. No. 21-00141, Dkt. 12]. On May 7, 2021, the third party asbestos trusts filed an objection to the Motion to Transfer [Dist. Crt. No. 21-00141, Dkt. 14]. On May 10, 2021, the third party asbestos trusts filed their reply in support of the Trust Motion to Quash

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[Dist. Crt. No. 21-00141, Dkt. 15]. On May 12, 2021, the Debtor filed a reply in support of the Motion to Transfer [Dist. Crt. No. 21-00141, Dkt. 16]. On May 12 and May 24, 2021, certain law firms filed joinders to the Trust Motion to Quash and their own motions to quash certain Subpoenas on behalf of certain unidentified asbestos claimant clients who have filed claims with the Delaware Claims Processing Facility Trusts [Dist. Crt. No. 21-00141, Dkts. 17, 19, 20, 21] (together, the “Delaware Claimant Joinders”). On May 14, 2021, the Debtor responded to the Delaware Claimant Joinder filed on May 12, 2021 [Dist. Crt. No. 21-00141, Dkt. 18]. On May 26, 2021, out of an abundance of caution, the Debtor filed a supplemental motion to transfer to ensure that Delaware Claimant Joinders also would be subject to a transfer to this Court if the Motion to Transfer were granted. On May 28, 2021, additional law firms filed a joinder to the Trust Motion to Quash [Dist. Crt. No. 21-00141, Dkt. 28]. On June 1, 2021, after the close of the reporting period, the Delaware District Court issued an opinion and order denying the Motion to Transfer and granting the Trust Motion to Quash without prejudice to the Debtor’s right to seek reissuance of the subpoenas seeking a narrower document production that is consistent with Delaware precedent [Dist. Crt. No. 21-00141, Dkts. 29, 30] (the “Delaware Court Order”). On June 1, 2021, the case was closed. On June 16, 2021, certain third party asbestos trusts filed a motion to clarify the Delaware Court Order [Dist. Crt. No. 21-00141, Dkt. 31] (the “Motion for Clarification”). On June 17, 2021, the Delaware District Court granted the Motion for Clarification and ruled that the reissued subpoenas must (a) limit the production of trust claimants’ data to a random sample of no more than 10% of the approximately 15,000 mesothelioma victims at issue; (b) authorize the Delaware Claims Processing Facility, or a neutral third party, to anonymize the data before producing it; and (c) include additional protections consistent with Delaware legal precedent [Dist. Crt. No. 21-00141, Dkt. 33] (the “Revised Delaware Court Order” and, together with the Delaware Court Order, the “Delaware Court Orders”). In accordance with the Delaware Court Order, on June 9, 2021, after the close of the reporting period, the Debtor filed an emergency motion requesting that this Court amend the Trust Discovery Order, authorize the issuance and service of modified subpoenas and appoint an independent facilitator [Dkt. 1819] (the “Emergency Motion”). On June 22, 2021, following the entry of the Revised Delaware Court Order, the Debtor withdrew the Emergency Motion without prejudice [Dkt. 1832]. The Debtor, the trusts and the joining claimants conducted meet and confers to discuss how best to modify the Subpoenas to ensure compliance with the Delaware Court Orders, but to date, the parties have not been able to reach an agreement. To provide additional time to conduct these discussions, on June 24, 2021, the Debtor filed a motion with the Delaware District Court seeking a 30-day extension of the time to file a notice of appeal of the Delaware Court Order [Dist. Crt. No. 21-00141, Dkt. 34]. On June 28, 2021, the Delaware District Court entered an order denying the motion to extend time to file a notice of appeal [Dist. Crt. No. 21-00141, Dkt. 35]. On June 29, 2021, the Debtor filed a motion with the Delaware District Court under Rule 59(e) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure to modify the Delaware Court Orders to approve a revised form of subpoena consistent with those orders [Dist. Crt. No. 21-00141, Dkt. 36]. On May 24, 2021, certain law firms filed a motion in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia seeking to quash or modify a Subpoena served by the Debtor on behalf of certain unidentified asbestos claimant clients who have filed claims with the Manville Trust [Dist. Crt. No. 21-0014, Dkt. 2] (the “Virginia Claimant Motion”). On May 24, 2021, a law firm filed a motion to

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join the Virginia Claimant Motion (the “Motion to Join”) [Dist. Crt. No. 21-0014, Dkt. 4]. On June 8, 2021, after the close of the reporting period, the Debtor withdrew the underlying subpoena without prejudice to issuing a new subpoena, and the law firms withdrew the Virginia Claimant Motion [Dist. Crt. No. 21-0014, Dkt. 7]. On June 21, 2021, after the close of the reporting period, 13 asbestos claimants (together, the “Illinois Claimants”) filed a complaint against the Debtor in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois [Dist. Crt. No. 21-00675, Dkt. 1] (the “Illinois Court”). The Illinois Claimants seek (a) equitable and declaratory relief that the PIQs violate the federal rules and the Illinois Claimants’ due process rights and (b) an injunction prohibiting the Debtor’s ability to enforce compliance with the PIQs. On June 23, 2021, the Debtor filed an emergency motion in this Court seeking enforcement of the PIQ Order and the automatic stay under section 362(a) of the Bankruptcy Code, and to show cause why the moving parties in the Illinois Court should not be held in contempt [Dkt. 1833] (the “Emergency Enforcement Motion”). On June 29, 2021, certain of the Illinois Claimants filed an objection to the Emergency Enforcement Motion [Dkt. 1845]. The Emergency Enforcement Motion was heard on June 30, 2021. After argument, the Court issued an oral ruling, among other things, granting the Emergency Enforcement Motion and finding that the Illinois Claimants are bound by the PIQ Order and must comply with the requirements and deadlines in the PIQ Order. The Court ordered the Illinois Claimants and counsel to appear and show cause why they should not be held in contempt at a hearing scheduled for July 22, 2021. On April 30, 2021, the Debtor filed a motion seeking a ninth extension of the deadline to remove actions pursuant to Bankruptcy Rule 9027 and 28 U.S.C. § 1452 through November 1, 2021 [Dkt. 1777], which was granted by an order entered on May 24, 2021 [Dkt. 1806].

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CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS BEGINNING CASH POSITION is the same figure as the ENDING CASH POSITION of prior month. BEGINNING CASH POSITION DATE: 5/1/2021 AMOUNT: $23,836,481.81 CASH RECEIPTS AMOUNT CASH DISBURSEMENTS AMOUNT Description Description Interest and Investment Income $1,107.69 Inventory Purchased $0. Funding Payment $3,000,000.00 Salaries/Wages $0. Service Income $9,135.81 Taxes (Total) $0. Rental Income [See Note 2] $0.00 Insurance (Total) $0. Insurance Proceeds $0.00 Unsecured Loan Payments $0. Trust Funding $0.00 Utilities (Total) $0. Rent [See Note 2] $0. Professional Fees $2,703,744 Maintenance/Repair $0 OTHER DISBURSEMENTS (List) Director’s Fees $0 Trust Funding $0 Service Charges $25,591 Contractual Payments $162,788 $48,041 Secondment Costs $15,800 Consulting Fees $0 Quarterly Fees Bank Fees $7,248 TOTAL CASH RECEIPTS $3,010,243.50 TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $2,963,214ENDING CASH POSITION DATE: 5/31/2021 AMOUNT: $23,883,510.96 Note 1: Amounts above include only the Debtor’s cash and exclude all activity (receipts and disbursements) relating to cash held by the Debtor for its non-debtor subsidiaries, GP Industrial Plasters LLC and Industrial Plasters Canada ULC (together, the “Non-Debtor Subsidiaries”), under a cash pooling agreement, as permitted by order of the Court [Dkt. 66] (the “Cash Management Order”). As such, the balances above do not match the attached Bank Statements, with the difference being the cash held for the Non-Debtor Subsidiaries, which totaled $9,434,043.75 as of May 31, 2021.

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Note 2: Rental Income/Expense categories exclude amounts for May rents because such amounts were paid in advance in April 2021.

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PAYMENTS TO SECURED CREDITORS X No Secured Debt ___ No Secured Debt Payments Made During Reporting Period ___ All Secured Debt Payments Made During Reporting Period Are Listed Below: CREDITOR COLLATERAL DATE OF PAYMENT AMOUNT None AMOUNT $0

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PAYMENTS ON PRE-PETITION DEBT X No payments have been made on pre-petition unsecured debt during the reporting period. ___ All payments made on pre-petition unsecured debt during reporting period are listed below: CREDITOR COLLATERAL DATE OF PAYMENT AMOUNT None AMOUNT $0.00

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BANK ACCOUNTS ALL BANK STATEMENTS MUST BE ATTACHED FOR EACH ACCOUNT. PLEASE REPRODUCE THIS PAGE AND COMPLETE A SEPARATE PAGE FOR EACH ACCOUNT. ATTACH BANK STATEMENT TO CORRESPONDING PAGE. Name of Bank: Bank of America, N.A. Address: P.O. Box 1091 Street and/or P. O. Box Number Charlotte NC 28254 City State Zip Code Type of Account: (i.e., Payroll, Tax, Operating): Controlled Disbursement Account Number (last four digits): -8947 DATE PERIOD BEGINS: 5/1/2021 Ending Balance (per the attached bank statement for this period) $0.00 Outstanding Deposits and Other Credits Not On Statement $0.00 Outstanding Checks and Other Debits Not On Statement $0.00 Ending Reconciled Balance* $0.00 DATE PERIOD ENDS: 5/31/2021 Highest Daily Balance During Above Period: $0.00 *The sum of the ending balances of all accounts must reconcile with the Ending Cash Position on the Cash Receipts and Disbursements page.

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.O. Box 15284 Customer service information ilmington, DE 19850 Customer service: 1.888.400.9009 bankofamerica.com BESTWALL LLC Bank of America, N.A. DEBTOR IN POSSESSION CASE 17 31795 P.O. Box 1091 Charlotte, N.C. 28254-3489 133 PEACHTREE ST NE ATLANTA, GA 30303-1804 our Full Analysis Business Checking or May 1, 2021 to May 31, 2021 Account number: 8947 ESTWALL LLC DEBTOR IN POSSESSION CASE 17 31795 ccount summary eginning balance on May 1, 2021 $0.00 # of deposits/credits: 13 eposits and other credits 2,791,185.01 # of withdrawals/debits: 29 ithdrawals and other debits -0.00 # of days in cycle: 31 hecks -2,791,185.01 Average ledger balance: $0.00 ervice fees -0.00 nding balance on May 31, 2021 $0.00

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ANK DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS ow to Contact Us - You may call us at the telephone number listed on the front of this statement. pdating your contact information - We encourage you to keep your contact information up-to-date. This includes address,mail and phone number. If your information has changed, the easiest way to update it is by visiting the Help & Support tab ofnline Banking. eposit agreement - When you opened your account, you received a deposit agreement and fee schedule and agreed that yourccount would be governed by the terms of these documents, as we may amend them from time to time. These documents arart of the contract for your deposit account and govern all transactions relating to your account, including all deposits andithdrawals. Copies of both the deposit agreement and fee schedule which contain the current version of the terms andonditions of your account relationship may be obtained at our financial centers. lectronic transfers: In case of errors or questions about your electronic transfers - If you think your statement or receipt isrong or you need more information about an electronic transfer (e.g., ATM transactions, direct deposits or withdrawals,oint-of-sale transactions) on the statement or receipt, telephone or write us at the address and number listed on the front ofis statement as soon as you can. We must hear from you no later than 60 days after we sent you the FIRST statement onhich the error or problem appeared. - Tell us your name and account number. - Describe the error or transfer you are unsure about, and explain as clearly as you can why you believe there is an erroror why you need more information. - Tell us the dollar amount of the suspected error. or consumer accounts used primarily for personal, family or household purposes, we will investigate your complaint and willorrect any error promptly. If we take more than 10 business days (10 calendar days if you are a Massachusetts customer) (20usiness days if you are a new customer, for electronic transfers occurring during the first 30 days after the first deposit isade to your account) to do this, we will provisionally credit your account for the amount you think is in error, so that you willave use of the money during the time it will take to complete our investigation. or other accounts, we investigate, and if we find we have made an error, we credit your account at the conclusion of ourvestigation. eporting other problems - You must examine your statement carefully and promptly. You are in the best position to discoverrrors and unauthorized transactions on your account. If you fail to notify us in writing of suspected problems or annauthorized transaction within the time period specified in the deposit agreement (which periods are no more than 60 daysfter we make the statement available to you and in some cases are 30 days or less), we are not liable to you and you agree toot make a claim against us, for the problems or unauthorized transactions. irect deposits - If you have arranged to have direct deposits made to your account at least once every 60 days from the sameerson or company, you may call us to find out if the deposit was made as scheduled. You may also review your activity onliner visit a financial center for information. 2021 Bank of America Corporation

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ESTWALL LLC ! Account # 8947 ! May 1, 2021 to May 31, 2021eposits and other credits ate Transaction description Customer reference Bank reference Amou5/04/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 1858 081305042000000 8,513.0 5/10/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 1858 081305102000000 24,944.3 5/11/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 1858 081305112000000 25,134.2 5/12/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 1858 081305122000000 115,146.5 5/13/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 1858 081305132000000 51.1 5/17/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 1858 081305172000000 641,706.6 5/18/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 1858 081305182000000 297,154.5 5/19/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 1858 081305192000000 1,078,840.4 5/20/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 1858 081305202000000 119,586.3 5/24/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 1858 081305242000000 373,538.3 5/25/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 1858 081305252000000 4,788.0 5/26/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 1858 081305262000000 52,308.5 5/27/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 1858 081305272000000 49,472.9 otal deposits and other credits $2,791,185.0 hecks ate Check # Bank reference Amount Date Check # Bank reference Amou5/10 401817 813008092238617 520.00 05/18 401843 813008992640327 12,000.05/04 401833* 813005892929924 1,553.55 05/13 401844 813005092008457 51.15/04 401835* 813005892784262 6,959.50 05/26 401845 813004392468173 356.25/17 401836 813005292061519 175,095.17 05/19 401846 813001292891002 54,596.35/10 401837 813006992872727 24,424.33 05/18 401847 813005492459363 3,161.95/17 401838 813008792702987 32,644.80 05/17 401848 813007892267530 23,608.05/12 401839 813004892868134 115,146.50 05/19 401849 813009192225941 22,138.05/19 401841* 813004654954905 838,496.22 05/20 401850 813005792549017 15,800.05/11 401842 813004692769727 25,134.22 05/18 401851 813005392500922 6,040.2continued on the next pa

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hecks - continued ate Check # Bank reference Amount Date Check # Bank reference Amou5/18 401852 813005492394389 146,764.25 05/17 401858 813008792933690 399,850.85/24 401853 813006092225457 373,538.37 05/26 401859 813009892849159 51,952.25/27 401854 813008092830290 46,106.95 05/20 401860 813009392191470 103,786.35/17 401855 813008354114743 10,507.84 05/27 401861 813008192325457 3,366.05/19 401856 813004654954906 163,609.85 05/25 401862 813009692721325 4,788.05/18 401857 813008354369071 129,188.15 Total checks -$2,791,185.0 Total # of checks 2 There is a gap in sequential check numbers

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BANK ACCOUNTS ALL BANK STATEMENTS MUST BE ATTACHED FOR EACH ACCOUNT. PLEASE REPRODUCE THIS PAGE AND COMPLETE A SEPARATE PAGE FOR EACH ACCOUNT. ATTACH BANK STATEMENT TO CORRESPONDING PAGE. Name of Bank: Bank of America, N.A. Address: P.O. Box 1091 Street and/or P. O. Box Number Charlotte NC 28254 City State Zip Code Type of Account: (i.e., Payroll, Tax, Operating): Concentration / Operating Account Number (last four digits): -1858 DATE PERIOD BEGINS: 5/1/2021 Ending Balance (per the attached bank statement for this period) $5,611,093.50 Outstanding Deposits and Other Credits Not On Statement $0.00 Outstanding Checks and Other Debits Not On Statement $0.00 Ending Reconciled Balance* $5,611,093.50 DATE PERIOD ENDS: 5/31/2021 Highest Daily Balance During Above Period: $8,554,777.56 *The sum of the ending balances of all accounts must reconcile with the Ending Cash Position on the Cash Receipts and Disbursements page.

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Note 1: Amounts above include only the Debtor’s cash and exclude all cash held by the Debtor for the Non-Debtor Subsidiaries under a cash pooling agreement, as permitted by the Cash Management Order. As such, the balance above does not match the attached Bank Statement, with the difference being the cash held for the Non-Debtor Subsidiaries, which totaled $ 9,434,043.75 as of May 31, 2021. Note 2: Following the Petition Date, the Debtor invested $2.5 million of the balance of this bank account solely in investment vehicles utilizing instruments backed by the full faith and credit of the United States, as provided in the Cash Management Order. As such, this invested amount is listed below as part of a separate investment account.

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.O. Box 15284 Customer service information ilmington, DE 19850 Customer service: 1.888.400.9009 bankofamerica.com BESTWALL LLC Bank of America, N.A. DEBTOR IN POSSESSION CASE 17 31795 P.O. Box 1091 Charlotte, N.C. 28254-3489 133 PEACHTREE ST NE ATLANTA, GA 30303-1804 our Analyzed Business Interest Checking or May 1, 2021 to May 31, 2021 Account number: 1858 ESTWALL LLC DEBTOR IN POSSESSION CASE 17 31795 ccount summary eginning balance on May 1, 2021 $16,360,057.38 # of deposits/credits: 18 eposits and other credits 8,164,763.37 # of withdrawals/debits: 24 ithdrawals and other debits -9,472,434.95 # of days in cycle: 31 hecks -0.00 Average ledger balance: $18,196,165.82 ervice fees -7,248.55 nding balance on May 31, 2021 $15,045,137.25 nnual Percentage Yield Earned this statement period: 0.18%. terest Paid Year To Date: $14,648.84.

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ANK DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS ow to Contact Us - You may call us at the telephone number listed on the front of this statement. pdating your contact information - We encourage you to keep your contact information up-to-date. This includes address,mail and phone number. If your information has changed, the easiest way to update it is by visiting the Help & Support tab ofnline Banking. eposit agreement - When you opened your account, you received a deposit agreement and fee schedule and agreed that yourccount would be governed by the terms of these documents, as we may amend them from time to time. These documents arart of the contract for your deposit account and govern all transactions relating to your account, including all deposits andithdrawals. Copies of both the deposit agreement and fee schedule which contain the current version of the terms andonditions of your account relationship may be obtained at our financial centers. lectronic transfers: In case of errors or questions about your electronic transfers - If you think your statement or receipt isrong or you need more information about an electronic transfer (e.g., ATM transactions, direct deposits or withdrawals,oint-of-sale transactions) on the statement or receipt, telephone or write us at the address and number listed on the front ofis statement as soon as you can. We must hear from you no later than 60 days after we sent you the FIRST statement onhich the error or problem appeared. - Tell us your name and account number. - Describe the error or transfer you are unsure about, and explain as clearly as you can why you believe there is an erroror why you need more information. - Tell us the dollar amount of the suspected error. or consumer accounts used primarily for personal, family or household purposes, we will investigate your complaint and willorrect any error promptly. If we take more than 10 business days (10 calendar days if you are a Massachusetts customer) (20usiness days if you are a new customer, for electronic transfers occurring during the first 30 days after the first deposit isade to your account) to do this, we will provisionally credit your account for the amount you think is in error, so that you willave use of the money during the time it will take to complete our investigation. or other accounts, we investigate, and if we find we have made an error, we credit your account at the conclusion of ourvestigation. eporting other problems - You must examine your statement carefully and promptly. You are in the best position to discoverrrors and unauthorized transactions on your account. If you fail to notify us in writing of suspected problems or annauthorized transaction within the time period specified in the deposit agreement (which periods are no more than 60 daysfter we make the statement available to you and in some cases are 30 days or less), we are not liable to you and you agree toot make a claim against us, for the problems or unauthorized transactions. irect deposits - If you have arranged to have direct deposits made to your account at least once every 60 days from the sameerson or company, you may call us to find out if the deposit was made as scheduled. You may also review your activity onliner visit a financial center for information. 2021 Bank of America Corporation

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ESTWALL LLC ! Account # 1858 ! May 1, 2021 to May 31, 2021eposits and other credits ate Transaction description Customer reference Bank reference Amou5/03/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 2310 081305032000000 274,082.2 5/04/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 2310 081305042000000 27,042.4 5/04/21 WIRE TYPE:BOOK IN DATE:210504 TIME:1049 ET 903705040290523 4,753.0TRN:2021050400290523 SNDR REF:N82TDMT000135 ORIG:GEORGIA-PACIFIC FINANCIAL ID 0475 PMT DET:0000000000001220 April 2021 BW /Finance Se rvicesto GP GYP Inv 0421/-100-725 5/04/21 WIRE TYPE:BOOK IN DATE:210504 TIME:1050 ET 903705040290525 4,382.7TRN:2021050400290525 SNDR REF:O37TDMT000048 ORIG:GP INDUSTRIAL PLASTERS LL ID: 2310 PMT DET:0000000000001219 April 2021 BW /Finance Se rvices toGPIP Inv 0421-1/00-320 5/05/21 WIRE TYPE:BOOK IN DATE:210505 TIME:1030 ET 903705050283808 3,000,000.0TRN:2021050500283808 SNDR REF:O01TDMT000075 ORIG:GEORGIA-PACIFIC LLC ID 4618 PMT DET:000 0000000001223 May 21 BW Fund /ing Request 5/07/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 2310 081305072000000 1,099,487.6 5/10/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 2310 081305102000000 65,107.1 5/11/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 2310 081305112000000 42,067.1 5/13/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 2310 081305132000000 106,144.2 5/14/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 2310 081305142000000 179,917.7 5/17/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 2310 081305172000000 384,178.1 5/19/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 2310 081305192000000 349,815.1 5/20/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 2310 081305202000000 199,632.2 5/21/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 2310 081305212000000 253,094.0 5/24/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 2310 081305242000000 57,779.1 5/27/21 ZBA TRANSFER FROM 2310 081305272000000 234,435.5 continued on the next pa

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ESTWALL LLC ! Account # 1858 ! May 1, 2021 to May 31, 2021ithdrawals and other debits - continued ate Transaction description Customer reference Bank reference Amou5/25/21 ZBA TRANSFER TO 8947 081305252000000 -4,788.0 5/26/21 ZBA TRANSFER TO 2310 081305262000000 -5,138,168.95/26/21 ZBA TRANSFER TO 8947 081305262000000 -52,308.5 5/27/21 ZBA TRANSFER TO 8947 081305272000000 -49,472.9 otal withdrawals and other debits -$9,472,434.9 ervice fees ate Transaction description Amou 5/17/21 04/21 ACCT ANALYSIS FEE -7,248.5 otal service fees -$7,248.5 ote your Ending Balance already reflects the subtraction of Service Fees. aily ledger balances ate Balance ($) Date Balance($) Date Balance ( 5/01 16,360,057.38 05/11 20,627,101.42 05/20 18,444,697.8 5/03 16,634,139.66 05/12 20,031,443.51 05/21 18,697,791.8 5/04 16,651,804.90 05/13 20,137,536.68 05/24 18,382,032.7 5/05 19,624,938.28 05/14 20,317,454.44 05/25 18,167,807.4 5/06 19,470,518.04 05/17 20,052,677.41 05/26 12,977,330.0 5/07 20,570,005.68 05/18 19,093,677.31 05/27 13,162,292.6 5/10 20,610,168.49 05/19 18,364,652.02 05/28 15,045,137.2

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BANK ACCOUNTS ALL BANK STATEMENTS MUST BE ATTACHED FOR EACH ACCOUNT. PLEASE REPRODUCE THIS PAGE AND COMPLETE A SEPARATE PAGE FOR EACH ACCOUNT. ATTACH BANK STATEMENT TO CORRESPONDING PAGE. Name of Bank: Bank of America, N.A. Address: P.O. Box 1091 Street and/or P. O. Box Number Charlotte NC 28254 City State Zip Code Type of Account: (i.e., Payroll, Tax, Operating): Segregated Account Number (last four digits): -3199 DATE PERIOD BEGINS: 5/1/2021 Ending Balance (per the attached bank statement for this period) $3,302.00 Outstanding Deposits and Other Credits Not On Statement $0.00 Outstanding Checks and Other Debits Not On Statement $0.00 Ending Reconciled Balance* $3,302.00 DATE PERIOD ENDS: 5/31/2021 Highest Daily Balance During Above Period: $3,302.00 *The sum of the ending balances of all accounts must reconcile with the Ending Cash Position on the Cash Receipts and Disbursements page.

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Note 1: Following the Petition Date, the Debtor invested the entire $15 million principal balance of this bank account solely in investment vehicles utilizing instruments backed by the full faith and credit of the United States, as provided in the Cash Management Order. As such, this invested amount is listed below as part of a separate investment account.

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.O. Box 15284 Customer service information ilmington, DE 19850 Customer service: 1.888.400.9009 bankofamerica.com BESTWALL LLC Bank of America, N.A. DEBTOR IN POSSESSION CASE 17 31795 P.O. Box 1091 Charlotte, N.C. 28254-3489 133 PEACHTREE ST NE ATLANTA, GA 30303-1804 our Analyzed Business Interest Checking or May 1, 2021 to May 31, 2021 Account number: 3199 ESTWALL LLC DEBTOR IN POSSESSION CASE 17 31795 ccount summary eginning balance on May 1, 2021 $3,301.51 # of deposits/credits: 1 eposits and other credits 0.49 # of withdrawals/debits: 0 ithdrawals and other debits -0.00 # of days in cycle: 31 hecks -0.00 Average ledger balance: $3,301.52 ervice fees -0.00 nding balance on May 31, 2021 $3,302.00 nnual Percentage Yield Earned this statement period: 0.17%. terest Paid Year To Date: $2.38.

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ANK DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS ow to Contact Us - You may call us at the telephone number listed on the front of this statement. pdating your contact information - We encourage you to keep your contact information up-to-date. This includes address,mail and phone number. If your information has changed, the easiest way to update it is by visiting the Help & Support tab ofnline Banking. eposit agreement - When you opened your account, you received a deposit agreement and fee schedule and agreed that yourccount would be governed by the terms of these documents, as we may amend them from time to time. These documents arart of the contract for your deposit account and govern all transactions relating to your account, including all deposits andithdrawals. Copies of both the deposit agreement and fee schedule which contain the current version of the terms andonditions of your account relationship may be obtained at our financial centers. lectronic transfers: In case of errors or questions about your electronic transfers - If you think your statement or receipt isrong or you need more information about an electronic transfer (e.g., ATM transactions, direct deposits or withdrawals,oint-of-sale transactions) on the statement or receipt, telephone or write us at the address and number listed on the front ofis statement as soon as you can. We must hear from you no later than 60 days after we sent you the FIRST statement onhich the error or problem appeared. - Tell us your name and account number. - Describe the error or transfer you are unsure about, and explain as clearly as you can why you believe there is an erroror why you need more information. - Tell us the dollar amount of the suspected error. or consumer accounts used primarily for personal, family or household purposes, we will investigate your complaint and willorrect any error promptly. If we take more than 10 business days (10 calendar days if you are a Massachusetts customer) (20usiness days if you are a new customer, for electronic transfers occurring during the first 30 days after the first deposit isade to your account) to do this, we will provisionally credit your account for the amount you think is in error, so that you willave use of the money during the time it will take to complete our investigation. or other accounts, we investigate, and if we find we have made an error, we credit your account at the conclusion of ourvestigation. eporting other problems - You must examine your statement carefully and promptly. You are in the best position to discoverrrors and unauthorized transactions on your account. If you fail to notify us in writing of suspected problems or annauthorized transaction within the time period specified in the deposit agreement (which periods are no more than 60 daysfter we make the statement available to you and in some cases are 30 days or less), we are not liable to you and you agree toot make a claim against us, for the problems or unauthorized transactions. irect deposits - If you have arranged to have direct deposits made to your account at least once every 60 days from the sameerson or company, you may call us to find out if the deposit was made as scheduled. You may also review your activity onliner visit a financial center for information. 2021 Bank of America Corporation

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ESTWALL LLC ! Account # 3199 ! May 1, 2021 to May 31, 2021eposits and other credits ate Transaction description Customer reference Bank reference Amou5/28/21 Interest Earned 0.4 otal deposits and other credits $0.4 aily ledger balances ate Balance ($) Date Balance($) 5/01 3,301.51 05/28 3,302.00

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BANK ACCOUNTS ALL BANK STATEMENTS MUST BE ATTACHED FOR EACH ACCOUNT. PLEASE REPRODUCE THIS PAGE AND COMPLETE A SEPARATE PAGE FOR EACH ACCOUNT. ATTACH BANK STATEMENT TO CORRESPONDING PAGE. Name of Bank: Bank of America, N.A. Address: P.O. Box 1091 Street and/or P. O. Box Number Charlotte NC 28254 City State Zip Code Type of Account: (i.e., Payroll, Tax, Operating): Money Market – Segregated Account Funds Account Number (last four digits): -3BAY DATE PERIOD BEGINS: 5/01/2021 Ending Balance (per the attached bank statement for this period) $15,659,241.79 Outstanding Deposits and Other Credits Not On Statement $0.00 Outstanding Checks and Other Debits Not On Statement $0.00 Ending Reconciled Balance* $15,659,241.79 DATE PERIOD ENDS: 5/28/2021 [See Note 2] Highest Daily Balance During Above Period: $15,659,241.79 *The sum of the ending balances of all accounts must reconcile with the Ending Cash Position on the Cash Receipts and Disbursements page.

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Note 1: Following the Petition Date, the Debtor invested the entire $15 million principal balance of its Segregated Account (account number ending in -3199) in this new money market account, which is invested solely in investment vehicles utilizing instruments backed by the full faith and credit of the United States, as provided in the Cash Management Order. Note 2: The statement for this bank account, as provided by Bank of America, N.A., is for the period from May 1, 2021 through May 28, 2021.

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BANK ACCOUNTS ALL BANK STATEMENTS MUST BE ATTACHED FOR EACH ACCOUNT. PLEASE REPRODUCE THIS PAGE AND COMPLETE A SEPARATE PAGE FOR EACH ACCOUNT. ATTACH BANK STATEMENT TO CORRESPONDING PAGE. Name of Bank: Bank of America, N.A. Address: P.O. Box 1091 Street and/or P. O. Box Number Charlotte NC 28254 City State Zip Code Type of Account: (i.e., Payroll, Tax, Operating): Money Market – Concentration Account Funds Account Number (last four digits): -3BAY DATE PERIOD BEGINS: 5/01/2021 Ending Balance (per the attached bank statement for this period) $2,609,873.67 Outstanding Deposits and Other Credits Not On Statement $0.00 Outstanding Checks and Other Debits Not On Statement $0.00 Ending Reconciled Balance* $2,609,873.67 DATE PERIOD ENDS: 5/28/2021 [See Note 2] Highest Daily Balance During Above Period: $2,609,873.67 *The sum of the ending balances of all accounts must reconcile with the Ending Cash Position on the Cash Receipts and Disbursements page.

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Note 1: Following the Petition Date, the Debtor invested $2.5 million of its Concentration / Operating Account (account number ending in -1858) in this new money market account, which is invested solely in investment vehicles utilizing instruments backed by the full faith and credit of the United States, as provided in the Cash Management Order. Note 2: The statement for this bank account, as provided by Bank of America, N.A., is for the period from May 1, 2021 through May 28, 2021.

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SALARY/COMMISSION/INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR PAYMENTS Insiders* (List name(s) and describe type of insider): NAME TYPE AMOUNT PAID $0.00 Non-Insider Employees: Type (i.e., Salaried, Wage) AMOUNT PAID None $0.00 Commission/Bonus Payments: AMOUNT PAID None $0.00 Independent Contractors: NAME TYPE AMOUNT PAID None $0.00 Total Salary/Wage/Commission/ $0.00 Payments * “Insider” is defined in 11 U.S.C. § 101(31)

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SALES/ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE I. Accounts Receivable Pending as of: 5/31/2021 (Date of Reporting Period) II. Sales (Gross) During Reporting Period: $9,125.00 [See Note 1] III. Collections of Accounts Receivable During Reporting Period: $9,135.81 IV. New Accounts Receivables Generated During Reporting Period: $9,125.00 [See Note 2] Pending Pre- & Post-Petition Total Collectible Uncollectible 0-30 DAYS $9,125.00 $9,125.00 31-60 DAYS 61-90 DAYS 91-120 DAYS 120 DAYS AND OVER TOTAL $9,125.00 $9,125.00 $0.00 Note 1: This amount excludes any income not related to sales, accounts receivable or the operation of the Debtor’s business, including interest income and income received under that certain Second Amended and Restated Funding Agreement, dated as of November 1, 2017, but effective as of July 31, 2017, between the Debtor and non-debtor affiliate, Georgia-Pacific LLC. Note 2: The Accounts Receivable days outstanding is shown on an accrual basis as opposed to cash basis based on invoice dates. The $9,125.00 in accounts receivable relates to accrued finance services provided to non-debtor subsidiary GP Industrial Plasters LLC and non-debtor affiliate Georgia-Pacific Gypsum LLC in May 2021, but not invoiced until June 2021.

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INVENTORY (Cost Basis) Beginning Date: 5/1/2021 Ending Date: 5/31/2021 LIST BY CATEGORY OF INVENTORY USED FOR PRODUCTION OR RESALE*: CATEGORY BEGINNING USED ADDED ADJUSTED ENDING None TOTALS $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 * Exclude capital items such as machinery and equipment and consumable items such as fuel and general supplies.

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ACCRUED POST-PETITION LIABILITIES X No accrued liabilities existed at the end of this reporting period. All accrued liabilities existing at the end of this reporting period are listed below or on the sheet(s) a ttached. Exclude current liabilities which are NOT past due. NAME OF CREDITOR DUE DATE AMOUNT DUE Total Accrued Liabilities: $0.00

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AFFIRMATIONS 1. Yes X No All tangible assets of this bankruptcy estate are adequately and properly insured and all other insurance required by law or prudent business judgment are in force. 2. Yes X No All insurance policies and renewals if applicable, have been submitted to the Bankruptcy Administrator. 3. Yes X No All tax returns have been filed timely and payments made. Copies of returns that have been filed post-petition have been submitted to the Bankruptcy Administrator. [See Note 1] 4. Yes X No* All post-petition taxes have been paid or deposited into a designated tax account. 5. Yes No X New Debtor-in-Possession (DIP) bank accounts have been opened and have been reconciled. [See Note 2] 6. Yes X No New DIP financial books and records have been opened and are being maintained monthly and are current. * If the response is “no,” a listing must appear on the Accrued Post-Petition Liabilities sheet. The listing must include the name of the taxing authority, type of tax, the amount due and the period the tax was incurred. Note 1: The Debtor is treated as a disregarded entity for federal income tax purposes. As such, the Debtor does not owe or pay federal income taxes and its federal income tax filings are part of a consolidated tax return filed by its ultimate parent company, Koch Industries, Inc. Note 2: Pursuant to the Cash Management Order, the Debtor was expressly authorized to use, and is continuing to use, its prepetition bank accounts. Consistent with the Chapter 11 Operating Order in this case [Dkt. 78], the Debtor has signed new signature cards for these accounts indicating that the Debtor is a debtor in possession.

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