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Full title: Application for admission pro hac vice of Michael A. DiGiacomo filed by George H. Singer for STORE Master Funding XV, LLC and STORE Master Funding XVI, LLC. Fee Amount $100, (Singer, George) (Entered: 01/12/2021)

Document posted on Jan 11, 2021 in the bankruptcy, 2 pages and 0 tables.

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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT DISTRICT OF MINNESOTA In re: Case No. Debtors. APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION PRO HAC VICE NOTICE TO ATTORNEY APPLICANTS FOR ADMISSION PRO HAC VICE: The filing of this application and entry of any order granting it do not automatically provide youwith notices in this case or “filing user” access to the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District ofMinnesota CM/ECF system. In order to receive e-mail notices and/or to file documentselectronically, attorneys admitted pro hac vice must submit a completed attorneyregistration form, successfully complete a test filing [document/notice of appearance] andfile a notice of appearance. Affidavit of Movant I, , an active member in good standing of the bar of theU.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota, request that this Court admit pro hac vice , an attorney admitted to practice and currently in good standing inthe U.S. District Court for (please identity the specific district to which the attorney is admitted) , but not admitted to the bar of this court, who will be counselfor in the case listed above1. I am aware that thelocal rules of the court require that an active Minnesota resident, unless the court grants amotion for a non-Minnesota resident to serve as local counsel, who is a member in goodstanding of the bar of this court participate in the preparation and presentation of the case listedabove, and accept service of all papers served. Check one of the following: I am a resident of the State of Minnesota, and agree to participate in the preparation andthe presentation of the case above and accept service of all papers served as required by U.S. District Court Local Rule 83.5(d) (sign and complete information below). I am not a resident of the State of Minnesota and hereby move for permission to act as localcounsel under U.S. District Court Local Rule 83.5(d). I agree to participate in the preparation andthe presentation of the case listed above, and accept service of all papers served as required by 1 The order granting this application will serve to admit the proposed admittee to practice in the case notedabove and any adversary proceedings to that case in which the admittee appears. If the movant declines to serve aslocal counsel in any such adversary proceedings, a second Application for Pro Hac Vice involving a differentmovant will be required. Page 1 of 2

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Local Rule 83.5(d) should my motion for a non-resident to serve as local counsel be granted by thecourt (sign and complete information below and attach a completed Motion for Permission for aNon-Resident to Serve as Local Counsel). Signature: Date: MN Attorney License #: Affidavit of Proposed Admittee I, , am currently a member in good standing of the U.S. DistrictCourt for the (please identity the specific district to which you are admitted) , but am not admitted to the bar of this court. I understand that if this courtgrants me admission pro hac vice, the moving attorney identified in this motion must participate inthe preparation and presentation of the case listed above, and must accept service of all papersserved as required by LR 83.5(d). I further understand that, while the U.S. Bankruptcy Court forthe District of Minnesota is an electronic court, I will receive notice and service by mail unless anduntil I submit the CM/ECF New Registration and Change User Information Form and one testmotion, after which I will receive notice by electronic means. Signature: Date: Typed Name: Attorney License Number: issued by the State of (initials)Law Firm Name: Law Firm Address: Main phone: ( ) Direct Line: ( ) E-mail address: You must file this form and the Pro Hac Vice admission fee of $100 with the Clerk of BankruptcyCourt before you will be included in the roll of admitted attorneys and receive notices in the above-entitled bankruptcy case. Page 2 of 2