Detroit Creditors Dealt Setback On Art Plan
A federal judge on Thursday refused to give some of Detroit’s creditors unfettered access to art works and related documents in order to pursue a plan to increase the pot of money available for bankrupt Detroit to pay its debts. Judge Steven Rhodes, who is overseeing Detroit’s historic bankruptcy case, declined to force the city to cooperate with the effort, turning down a request to remove art work from the walls of the DIA for appraisal purposes. But he said that DIA was willing to give creditors access to works not on display.
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