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Full title: Ex Parte Motion to Shorten Time Ex Parte Application for an Order Shortening Time for Notice, Limiting Notice, and Specially Setting Hearing on Debtors: (I) Motion for Order Debtors Motion for Order (A) Approving Bid Procedures for the Portfolio Sale of Certain Real and Personal Property Assets; (B) Approving Related Notice Procedures Assumption and Assignment Procedures; (C) Authorizing Debtors to Enter Into Stalking Horse Agreement and Approving Break-Up Fee; (D) Scheduling a Sale Hearing; and (E) Granting Certain Related Relief; and (II) Motion to Amend Order Granting Substantive Consolidation of Non-Debtor Affiliates Professional Investors 28, LLC and PFI Glenwood, LLC with Debtors (RE: related document(s)712 Motion to Amend filed by Debtor Professional Financial Investors, Inc., 713 Motion to Approve Document filed by Debtor Professional Financial Investors, Inc.). Filed by Debtor Professional Financial Investors, Inc. (Attachments: # 1 Declaration of Gregory Gotthardt in support thereof) (Marum, J.) (Entered: 06/28/2021)

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Hannah L. Blumenstiel 1 Professional Financial Investors, Inc. (“PFI”) and its affiliated debtors and debtors in 2 possession in the respective above-captioned bankruptcy cases (together with PFI, collectively, th3 “Debtors”), hereby file this ex parte application (the “Application”), pursuant to Rule 9006(c) of 4 the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure and Rule 9006-1 of the Bankruptcy Local Rules, for 5 entry of an order substantially in the form attached hereto as Exhibit A, shortening time for 6 service of notice and a hearing with respect to the: (1) Debtors’ Motion for Order (A) Approving 7 By the Bid Procedures Motion, the Debtors seek an order (1) approving certain Bid 16 Procedures in connection with the proposed Sale of the Debtors’ Property (including, but not 17 limited to a portfolio of Real Property, Personal Property, intellectual and intangible property, and18 Executory Contracts and Leases) at Auction, subject to overbid; (2) approving certain noticeAs part of the limited notice on the Motions, the Debtors request that the order provide tha4 the Debtors serve notice of the Bid Procedures and Amended Order Hearing, by not later than 5 June 30, 2021, on (i) the office the United States Trustee via notice of electronic filing (“NEF”), 6 (ii) all investors of the LLC Debtors (as defined in the Plan), 28 LLC and PFI Glenwood via NEF7 email or overnight mail; (iii) all investors of the LP Debtors (as defined in the Plan) via NEF, 8 email or overnight mail; (iv) counsel to the Official Committee andThe Debtors seek to shorten time and limit notice of the Motions, among other things, to: 21 (1) preserve and maximize the value of the Debtors’ Property for the benefit of creditors of their 22 respective estates; (2) ensure consummation of the confirmed Plan; (3) obtain Court authority for 23 the Debtors, including without limitation 28 LLC and PFI Glenwood, through PFI, to enter into 24 the Stalking Horse APA and Court approval of the Bid Procedures, including customary 25 protections for the Stalking Horse Bidder; and (4) obtain Court approval of the proposed notice 26 procedures with respect to the Bid Procedures, Auction, and Sale.17 WHEREFORE, the Debtors request that the Court grant this Application and enter an 18 order in the form attached hereto as Exhibit A shortening time, limiting notice of the Motions, an19 scheduling the Bid Procedures and Amended Order Hearing for July 9, 2021, at 10:00 a.m.

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1 SHEPPARD, MULLIN, RICHTER & TRODELLA & LAPPING LLP HAMPTON LLP Richard A. Lapping, Cal. Bar No. 107496 2 A Limited Liability Partnership 540 Pacific Avenue Including Professional Corporations San Francisco, CA 94133 3 ORI KATZ, Cal. Bar No. 209561 Telephone: (415) 399-1015 J. BARRETT MARUM, Cal. Bar No. 228628 Facsimile: (415) 651-9004 4 JEANNIE KIM, Cal. Bar No. 270713 Email: Rich@TrodellaLapping.com MATT KLINGER, Cal. Bar No. 307362 Conflicts Counsel for the Debtors and 5 Four Embarcadero Center, 17th Floor Professional Investors 28, LLC and PFI San Francisco, California 94111-4109 Glenwood, LLC 6 Telephone: 415.434.9100 Facsimile: 415.434.3947 7 Email: okatz@sheppardmullin.com bmarum@sheppardmullin.com 8 jekim@sheppardmullin.com mklinger@sheppardmullin.com 9 Counsel for the Debtors UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT 10 NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO DIVISION 11 In re Case No. 20-30604 12 (Jointly Administered) PROFESSIONAL FINANCIAL Chapter 11 INVESTORS, INC., et al., 13 EX PARTE APPLICATION FOR AN ORDER Debtors. SHORTENING TIME FOR NOTICE, LIMITIN 14 NOTICE, AND SPECIALLY SETTING HEARING ON DEBTORS’: 15 (I) MOTION FOR ORDER (A) APPROVING BI 16 PROCEDURES FOR THE PORTFOLIO SALE OF CERTAIN REAL AND PERSONA 17 PROPERTY ASSETS; (B) APPROVING RELATED NOTICE PROCEDURES 18 ASSUMPTION AND ASSIGNMENT PROCEDURES; (C) AUTHORIZING 19 DEBTORS TO ENTER INTO STALKING HORSE AGREEMENT AND APPROVING 20 BREAK-UP FEE; (D) SCHEDULING A SAL HEARING; AND (E) GRANTING CERTAIN 21 RELATED RELIEF; AND (II) MOTION TO AMEND ORDER GRANTIN 22 SUBSTANTIVE CONSOLIDATION OF NO DEBTOR AFFILIATES PROFESSIONAL 23 INVESTORS 28, LLC AND PFI GLENWOO LLC WITH DEBTORS 24 Hearing Requested for: Date: July 9, 2021 25 Time: 10:00 a.m. Place: Telephonic/Video Appearances Only 26 450 Golden Gate Avenue, 16th Fl., Crtrm. 19 San Francisco, CA 94102 27 Judge: Hon. Hannah L. Blumenstiel

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1 Professional Financial Investors, Inc. (“PFI”) and its affiliated debtors and debtors in 2 possession in the respective above-captioned bankruptcy cases (together with PFI, collectively, th3 “Debtors”), hereby file this ex parte application (the “Application”), pursuant to Rule 9006(c) of 4 the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure and Rule 9006-1 of the Bankruptcy Local Rules, for 5 entry of an order substantially in the form attached hereto as Exhibit A, shortening time for 6 service of notice and a hearing with respect to the: (1) Debtors’ Motion for Order (A) Approving 7 Bid Procedures for the Portfolio Sale of Certain Real and Personal Property Assets; (B) 8 Approving Related Notice Procedures Assumption and Assignment Procedures; (C) Authorizing 9 Debtors to Enter Into Stalking Horse Agreement and Approving Break-Up Fee; (D) Scheduling a 10 Sale Hearing; and (E) Granting Certain Related Relief (the “Bid Procedures Motion”); and (2) 11 Motion to Amend Order Granting Substantive Consolidation of Non-Debtor Affiliates 12 Professional Investors 28, LLC And PFI Glenwood, LLC With Debtors (the “Motion to Amend,” 13 and together with the Bid Procedures Motion, collectively, the “Motions”)1 and limiting notice of14 the Motions. 15 By the Bid Procedures Motion, the Debtors seek an order (1) approving certain Bid 16 Procedures in connection with the proposed Sale of the Debtors’ Property (including, but not 17 limited to a portfolio of Real Property, Personal Property, intellectual and intangible property, and18 Executory Contracts and Leases) at Auction, subject to overbid; (2) approving certain notice 19 procedures with respect to the Bid Procedures, Auction, and Sale; (3) authorizing the Debtors to 20 enter into the Stalking Horse APA with Hamilton Zanze & Company as the Stalking Horse 21 Bidder, and approving the Break-Up Fee payable thereunder; (4) scheduling the Sale Hearing; an22 (5) granting such other relief that the Court deems just and necessary. 23 By the Motion to Amend, the Debtors seek to modify the Order Granting Debtors’ Motio24 for Order of Substantive Consolidation of Non-Debtor Affiliates Professional Investors 28, LLC 25 and PFI Glenwood, LLC with Debtors that this Court entered on May 28, 2021, as Docket No. 6626 27 1 Capitalized terms not otherwise defined in this Application shall have the same meanings

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1 (the “Original Substantive Consolidation Order”) to allow for the immediate substantive 2 consolidation of the Debtors’ affiliates Professional Investors 28, LLC (“28 LLC”) and PFI 3 Glenwood, LLC (“PFI Glenwood,” and together with 28 LLC, the “Non-Debtor Affiliates”) with 4 the Debtors and their bankruptcy estates. As the Debtors require such relief to ensure that they 5 have authority to sell, at auction, subject to overbid and Court approval, the assets of the Non-6 Debtor Affiliates as part of the Property portfolio, the Debtors respectfully request that the Court 7 set a hearing on the Motion to Amend for the same date and time as the hearing on the Bid 8 Procedures Motion. 9 This application is based on the discussion below, the supporting declaration of Gregory 10 Gotthardt (the “Gotthardt Declaration”), the other papers of record in this case and upon such 11 further oral and documentary evidence as may be presented prior to or at the time of the hearing 12 on the Motions. 13 I. 14 INTRODUCTION 15 The commencement of the Debtors’ Bankruptcy Cases has generated significant interest 16 from potential purchasers of the Debtors’ Property. For the past several months, the Debtors have17 been exploring a sale of the Debtors’ real property portfolio (the “Property”). The Debtors desire 18 to sell the Property (the “Sale”) at auction, subject to overbid (the “Auction”), to maximize value 19 for the benefit of the Debtors’ estates and their creditors. In furtherance of this goal and the terms20 of the Debtors’ confirmed Plan, the Debtors recently provided several potential purchasers with 21 access to information regarding the Property and received numerous expressions of interest. 22 Thereafter, the Debtors negotiated with three of these potential purchasers before extensively 23 negotiating the Stalking Horse APA and selecting Hamilton Zanze & Company (“Hamilton 24 Zanze”) as the Stalking Horse Bidder. 25 The Stalking Horse APA that the Debtors have negotiated with Hamilton Zanze provides 26 for the Sale of the Property at a purchase price of Four Hundred Thirty-Four Million Dollars 27 ($434,000,000.00), plus the value of Assumed Obligations, subject to overbid. The Stalking

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1 to Court approval (the “Bid Procedures”). The Bid Procedures are described in greater detail in 2 the Bid Procedures Motion, which the Debtors respectfully request that the Court hear on 3 shortened notice. The Debtors believe it is imperative to maintain the momentum of interest in th4 Property from potential purchasers other than the Stalking Horse Bidder. To ensure such interest 5 and to increase the odds of competitive and robust bidding at Auction, the Debtors further believe6 that prompt approval of the Bid Procedures, including, but not limited to, the proposed timeline 7 for diligence, submission of bids, the conduct of the Auction, the approval of customary 8 protections for the Stalking Horse Bidder that the Debtors have negotiated, and the scheduling of 9 the Sale Hearing, each on an expedited basis, is appropriate and necessary. 10 Further, the proposed Sale of the Property contemplates the sale of the assets of the Non-11 Debtor Affiliates as part of the Property portfolio. However, the Original Substantive 12 Consolidation Order provides that the Non-Debtor Affiliates will be substantively consolidated 13 with the Debtors’ estates as set forth in the Plan, which, in turn, provides for such substantive 14 consolidation to take effect on the Effective Date of the Plan. At this time, the Debtors cannot 15 guarantee that all of the conditions precedent for the occurrence of the Effective Date of the Plan 16 will be satisfied ahead of the proposed timing for the Sale of the Property, subject to Court 17 approval. Therefore, to ensure that the Debtors are fully authorized to market and sell, at auction,18 subject to overbid and Court approval, the entire Property portfolio, including the assets of the 19 Non-Debtor Affiliates, the Debtors believe that it is in the best interest of their estates and their 20 creditors to seek an order amending the Original Substantive Consolidation Order. In furtherance21 of the relief requested by the Motions, including, among other things, the Debtors’ request for 22 authority to enter into the Stalking Horse APA and in anticipation of the Debtors’ forthcoming 23 request for authority to sell the Property2, the Debtors respectfully request that the Court set a 24 hearing on the Motion to Amend at the same date and time that it sets a hearing on the Bid 25 Procedures Motion. 26 27 2 The Debtors anticipate filing a motion to approve the Sale of the Property (the “Sale Motion”) o

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1 II. 2 BACKGROUND 3 The Debtors incorporate herein by this reference the summary of the events, including 4 fraud by the Debtors’ former management, that culminated in the entry of orders for relief in each5 of the Debtors’ respective bankruptcy cases, whether voluntarily or by consent, as set forth in the 6 numerous pleadings and papers previously filed in these cases. On August 19, 2020, the Office o7 the United States Trustee appointed an Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors (the “Official 8 Committee”) in the jointly-administered bankruptcy cases of PFI and PISF. Meanwhile, 9 noteholders claiming an interest in deeds of trust on properties owned by certain Debtors and 10 investors in the limited liability company Debtors have formed an Ad Hoc Committee of DOT 11 Noteholders and an Ad Hoc Committee of LLC Members, respectively (collectively, the “Ad Hoc12 Committees”). 13 On May 28, 2021, the Court entered the Original Substantive Consolidation Order, which 14 provides that the Non-Debtor Affiliates will be substantive consolidated with the Debtors and thei15 estates on the terms and conditions set forth in the Second Amended Joint Chapter 11 Plan of 16 Professional Financial Investors, Inc. and Its Affiliated Debtors Proposed By The Debtors And 17 Official Committee Of Unsecured Creditors And Supported By The Ad Hoc LLC Members 18 Committee And The Ad Hoc Dot Noteholders Committee (Dated May 20, 2021) filed with the 19 Court on May 20, 2021 as Exhibit A to Docket No. 649 (the “Plan”). On June 9, 2021, the Court 20 entered the Order Finally Approving Amended Disclosure Statement and Confirming Second 21 Amended Joint Chapter 11 Plan of Professional Financial Investors, Inc. and Its Affiliated 22 Debtors Proposed By The Debtors And Official Committee Of Unsecured Creditors And 23 Supported By The Ad Hoc LLC Members Committee And The Ad Hoc Dot Noteholders Committe24 (Dated May 20, 2021) (the “Confirmation Order”) and confirmed the Plan. 25 III. 26 RELIEF REQUESTED 27 Pursuant to Rule 9006(c) of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure and Bankruptcy

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1 hearing date of June 29, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. (the “Bid Procedures and Amended Order Hearing”),2 limiting notice of, and fixing the time for oppositions or responses to, the Motions. 3 As part of the limited notice on the Motions, the Debtors request that the order provide tha4 the Debtors serve notice of the Bid Procedures and Amended Order Hearing, by not later than 5 June 30, 2021, on (i) the office the United States Trustee via notice of electronic filing (“NEF”), 6 (ii) all investors of the LLC Debtors (as defined in the Plan), 28 LLC and PFI Glenwood via NEF7 email or overnight mail; (iii) all investors of the LP Debtors (as defined in the Plan) via NEF, 8 email or overnight mail; (iv) counsel to the Official Committee and the Ad Hoc Committees via 9 NEF; (v) each of the secured creditors of the Debtors and their respective counsel via NEF, U.S. 10 mail or email; and (vi) any parties that have specially requested notice via NEF, U.S. mail or emai11 if known by the Debtors (such service parties and methods, the “Core Service Parties and 12 Methods”). 13 Additionally, the Debtors request that the order provide that any oppositions or responses 14 to the Motions shall be filed no later than 10:00 a.m. on July 8, 2021, and any reply by the Debtor15 to such opposition or response shall be made at the Bid Procedures and Amended Order Hearing. 16 The Debtors further request leave of Court to file the certificate of service of the notice of the Bid17 Procedures and Amended Order Hearing not later than July 1, 2021. 18 IV. 19 NEED FOR PROMPT RELIEF 20 The Debtors seek to shorten time and limit notice of the Motions, among other things, to: 21 (1) preserve and maximize the value of the Debtors’ Property for the benefit of creditors of their 22 respective estates; (2) ensure consummation of the confirmed Plan; (3) obtain Court authority for 23 the Debtors, including without limitation 28 LLC and PFI Glenwood, through PFI, to enter into 24 the Stalking Horse APA and Court approval of the Bid Procedures, including customary 25 protections for the Stalking Horse Bidder; and (4) obtain Court approval of the proposed notice 26 procedures with respect to the Bid Procedures, Auction, and Sale. In furtherance of the foregoing27 the Debtors require authority to sell the Non-Debtor Affiliates’ assets before the Stalking Horse

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1 its diligence period expires and the Non-Debtor Affiliates have not yet been substantively 2 consolidated with the Debtors and their estates, the Stalking Horse Bidder’s diligence period shall3 be extended by one day. Such extension of the Stalking Horse Bidder’s diligence period will 4 correspondingly delay the proposed Auction, Sale Hearing, and closing of the Sale to the potentia5 detriment of the Debtors’ estates and their creditors. Accordingly, the Debtors request that the 6 Court set a hearing on both Motions on shortened time. 7 As set forth in the Gotthardt Declaration, the Debtors have been marketing the Property 8 and desire to sell the Property in a manner that will preserve and maximize value for their estates 9 and creditors. The Debtors have negotiated the terms of the Stalking Horse APA, including the 10 Bid Procedures, extensively with the Stalking Horse Bidder at arm’s length. The Bid Procedures 11 set forth a structure by which the Debtors may solicit overbids for the Sale of their Property, 12 subject to Court approval. The Debtors believe that the Bid Procedures and proposed Sale at 13 Auction of the Property will ensure that the Debtors receive the highest and best consideration for14 the Property. By the Bid Procedures, the Debtors seek to hold an Auction for the Sale of the 15 Property on September 13, 2021, or sooner, if the Stalking Horse Bidder completes its diligence 16 prior to August 16, 2021. To ensure that all potential overbidders have the maximum amount of 17 notice and opportunity to participate in the Auction, the Debtors request a hearing, on shortened 18 time, on the Bid Procedures Motion. 19 Further, as the Property includes the Non-Debtor Affiliates’ assets, the Debtors believe tha20 amendment of the Original Substantive Consolidation Order to provide for the immediate 21 substantive consolidation of the Non-Debtor Affiliates with the Debtors’ estates is necessary to 22 ensure that the Sale of the Property at Auction is not hindered or delayed in any manner. 23 V. 24 DISCUSSIONS WITH THE OFFICIAL COMMITTEE 25 The Debtors’ counsel and counsel for 28 LLC and PFI Glenwood have been 26 communicating with counsel for the Official Committee and counsel for the Stalking Horse Bidde27 regarding the relief requested by the Motions, including the Bid Procedures and the terms of the

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1 Debtors understand that the Official Committee and the Stalking Horse Bidder do not oppose the 2 relief requested by this Application. Additionally, the Debtors’ counsel has informed the Office o3 the U.S. Trustee and counsel for the Ad Hoc Committees of the relief requested by this 4 Application. 5 VI. 6 NO PREVIOUS REQUEST FOR TIME MODIFICATIONS OR LIMITED NOTICE 7 The Debtors have not previously requested that the Court hear the Motions on shortened 8 time or limited notice. 9 VII. 10 EFFECT OF REQUEST FOR SHORTENED TIME 11 If the Court grants the Application, the Motions will be heard on shortened time, with at 12 least seven (7) calendar days’ notice. However, any interested party wishing to object to the entry13 of an order approving the Motions will have an opportunity to do so at least one (1) day before th14 Bid Procedures and Amended Order Hearing. 15 VIII. 16 CONCLUSION 17 WHEREFORE, the Debtors request that the Court grant this Application and enter an 18 order in the form attached hereto as Exhibit A shortening time, limiting notice of the Motions, an19 scheduling the Bid Procedures and Amended Order Hearing for July 9, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. 20 Dated: June 28, 2021 21 SHEPPARD MULLIN RICHTER & HAMPTON LLP 22 By /s/ J. Barrett Marum 23 ORI KATZ J. BARRETT MARUM 24 JEANNIE KIM MATT KLINGER 25 Counsel for Debtors 26 27

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1 Dated: June 28, 2021 2 TRODELLA & LAPPING LLP 3 4 By /s/ Richard A. Lapping RICHARD A. LAPPING 5 Conflicts Counsel for Debtors and Counsel for 6 Professional Investors 28, LLC and PFI Glenwood, LLC 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27

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1 EXHIBIT A 2 3 UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT 4 NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO DIVISION 5 6 In re Case No. 20-30604 7 PROFESSIONAL FINANCIAL (Jointly Administered) INVESTORS, INC., et al., Chapter 11 8 Debtors. [PROPOSED] ORDER GRANTING EX 9 PARTE APPLICATION FOR AN ORDER SHORTENING TIME FOR NOTICE, 10 LIMITING NOTICE, AND SPECIALLY SETTING HEARING ON DEBTORS’: 11 (I) MOTION FOR ORDER (A) APPROVING BID PROCEDURES FOR THE 12 PORTFOLIO SALE OF CERTAIN REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY ASSETS; ( 13 APPROVING RELATED NOTICE PROCEDURES ASSUMPTION AND 14 ASSIGNMENT PROCEDURES; (C) AUTHORIZING DEBTORS TO ENTER 15 INTO STALKING HORSE AGREEMENT AND APPROVING BREAK-UP FEE; (D) 16 SCHEDULING A SALE HEARING; AND (E) GRANTING CERTAIN RELATED 17 RELIEF; AND 18 (II) MOTION TO AMEND ORDER GRANTING SUBSTANTIVE 19 CONSOLIDATION OF NON-DEBTOR AFFILIATES PROFESSIONAL 20 INVESTORS 28, LLC AND PFI GLENWOOD, LLC WITH DEBTORS 21 Hearing Requested for: Date: July 9, 2021 22 Time: 10:00 a.m. Place: Telephonic/Video Appearances Only 23 450 Golden Gate Avenue, 16th Fl., Crtrm. 19 San Francisco, CA 94102 24 Judge: Hon. Hannah L. Blumenstiel 25 26 The Court having considered the Ex Parte Application for an Order Shortening Time for 27 Notice, Limiting Notice, and Specially Setting Hearing on Debtors’ (I) Motion for Order (A)

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1 (B) Approving Related Notice Procedures Assumption and Assignment Procedures; (C) 2 Authorizing Debtors to Enter Into Stalking Horse Agreement and Approving Break-Up Fee; (D) 3 Scheduling a Sale Hearing; and (E) Granting Certain Related Relief; and (II) Motion to Amend 4 Order Granting Substantive Consolidation of Non-Debtor Affiliates Professional Investors 28, 5 LLC and PFI Glenwood, LLC with Debtors (the “Application”)1 filed by the Debtors on June [•], 6 2021 as Docket No. [•]for an order: (i) setting the Bid Procedures and Amended Order Hearing fo7 July 9, 2021, at 10:00 a.m.; (ii) shortening time for service of notice of the Motions; (iii) limiting 8 notice of the Motions; and (iv) setting a briefing schedule on the Motions; and the Court having 9 considered all of the pleadings and evidence filed in connection with the Application, and good 10 cause appearing for the relief requested in the Application, 11 IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that: 12 1. The Application is GRANTED. 13 2. The time for notice of the Bid Procedures and Amended Order Hearing is hereby 14 shortened. The Bid Procedures and Amended Order Hearing will be held on July 9, 2021, at 15 10:00 a.m. 16 3. By not later than June 30, 2021, the Debtors shall provide notice of the Bid 17 Procedures and Amended Order Hearing on the Motions, which notice shall comply with the 18 Court’s Fourth Amended General Order 38, on the Core Service Parties via the following 19 Methods: (a) the office the United States Trustee via notice of electronic filing (“NEF”), (b) all 20 investors of the LLC Debtors (as defined in the Plan) and the Non-Debtor Affiliates via NEF, 21 email or overnight mail; (iii) all investors of the LP Debtors (as defined in the Plan) via NEF, 22 email or overnight mail; (iv) counsel to the Official Committee and the Ad Hoc Committees via 23 NEF; (v) each of the secured creditors of the Debtors and their respective counsel via NEF, U.S. 24 mail or email; and (vi) any parties that have specially requested notice via NEF, U.S. mail or emai25 if known by the Debtors. 26 27 1 Capitalized terms not otherwise defined in this Amended Order shall have the same meanings

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1 4. The Debtors shall file the certificate of service attesting to service of the notice of 2 the Bid Procedures and Amended Order Hearing on the Motions by July 1, 2021. 3 5. Opposition or responses to the Motions shall be filed no later than 10:00 a.m. on 4 July 8, 2021, prevailing Pacific Time. 5 6. Any reply by the Debtors to any opposition or response to the Motions shall be 6 made at the Bid Procedures and Amended Order Hearing. 7 * * * END OF [PROPOSED] ORDER * * * 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27

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