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Thanks Joel,

Only thing that might fit here would be promissory note and B could not possibly pay back A except by selling property it bought back from bankruptcy (cash flow is still probably negative, which is why it went belly up in the first place).

J. Edgar's boys are actually interested. We feed them tips when we find something, but I don't like feeding bad tips, so I prefer some consultation first. I think this is probably one of those, here's what I've got, up to you to decide if it is anything.
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