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Full title: Order on Motion For Relief From Stay filed by Amy Cook (Related Doc # 263) Signed on 12/15/2020. (klt) (Entered: 12/15/2020)

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Dudeck, Jr. and Rachel Webber, counsel for the Bankruptcy Administrator; and Douglas J. Centeno, counsel for Amy Cook.For “cause” shown and without objection, it is ORDERED, ADJUDGED and DECREED as follows: 1The Debtors in these cases, along with the last four digits of each Debtor's federal tax identification number, are: FM Coal, LLC ( 1768); Cane Creek, LLC (3207); M. S. & R. Equipment Co., Inc. (3487); Cedar Lake Mining, Inc. (6132); Best Coal, Inc. (2487); and Xinergy of Alabama, Inc. (3009). The automatic stay of 11 U.S.C. § 362 is hereby modified and terminated to allow Amy Cook, individually and on behalf of Cooper Cook and Conner Cook (minor children of Micky Cook), to proceed in the State Court Action (64-CV-2020-900142) against Cedar Lake Mining, Inc. (and the other non-bankrupt defendants) to judgment and to the extent of all available insurance coverage of Cedar Lake Mining, Inc. Other than as stated above, there shall be no further action taken by Amy Cook against the Debtors or the reorganized Debtors in the State Court Action. Amy Cook shall look solely to the insurance coverage for the collection of any judgment against

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IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA SOUTHERN DIVISION In Re: ) ) FM COAL, LLC., et al.1, ) Case Number: 20-02783-TOM-11 ) ) Jointly Administered Debtor in Possession, ) ORDER ON RELIEF FROM AUTOMATIC STAY This matter was presented to the Court on the Motion for Relief from Automatic Stay filed by Amy Cook (Doc. 263) and the matter was set for hearing on December 14, 2020. Appearing at the hearing were: Jesse S. Vogtle, Jr., counsel for the Debtor; Fred Clarke, counsel for the Official Creditors’ Committee; Jon A. Dudeck, Jr. and Rachel Webber, counsel for the Bankruptcy Administrator; and Douglas J. Centeno, counsel for Amy Cook. The Court takes notice that the Debtor, the Official Creditor’s Committee and the Bankruptcy Administrator’s office have not objected to relief requested in the Motion. The Motion was heard on December 14, 2020 and no creditor objected to the relief requested by Amy Cook. For “cause” shown and without objection, it is ORDERED, ADJUDGED and DECREED as follows: 1The Debtors in these cases, along with the last four digits of each Debtor's federal tax identification number, are: FM Coal, LLC ( 1768); Cane Creek, LLC (3207); M. S. & R. Equipment Co., Inc. (3487); Cedar Lake Mining, Inc. (6132); Best Coal, Inc. (2487); and Xinergy of Alabama, Inc. (3009).

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The automatic stay of 11 U.S.C. § 362 is hereby modified and terminated to allow Amy Cook, individually and on behalf of Cooper Cook and Conner Cook (minor children of Micky Cook), to proceed in the State Court Action (64-CV-2020-900142) against Cedar Lake Mining, Inc. (and the other non-bankrupt defendants) to judgment and to the extent of all available insurance coverage of Cedar Lake Mining, Inc. Other than as stated above, there shall be no further action taken by Amy Cook against the Debtors or the reorganized Debtors in the State Court Action. Amy Cook shall look solely to the insurance coverage for the collection of any judgment against Cedar Lake Mining, Inc. and not the bankruptcy estate for recovery. DONE and ORDERED this the 15th day of December 2020. /s/ Tamara O. Mitchell__________ Tamara O. Mitchell United States Bankruptcy Judge

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