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Photo Caption: 144 gallon Oceanic half circle
144 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 144 gallon Oceanic half circle

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State: Massachusetts
Country: United States
Description: Oceanic 144 gallon half circle; Oceanic Sump; Aqua Ultraviolet 25 watt UV sterilizer; Octopus protein skimmer
Advice: We collected large pieces of coral for a year before we knew we wanted to buy the tank, so we had the pieces that we liked when we got the tank and wouldn't have to settle for what we could find (and afford) all at once.
Fish Kept: 1 koran angel, 1 hippo tang, 1 yellow tang, 3 clowns, 1 snowflake eel, lots of hermit crabs
Corals/Plants: live rock, dead coral
Tank Size: 144 gallons
About Yourself: This is the third fish tank we have set up in our house and was our Christmas present to ourselves.

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thats a great tank. whats next for it fish avatar
i present you with susbsections 1121-1125 of subchapter II of chapter II of Title 11 of the Internal Revenue Service Tax code....=) a) The debtor may file a plan with a petition commencing a voluntary case, or at any time in a voluntary case or an involuntary case. (b) Except as otherwise provided in this section, only the debtor may file a plan until after 120 days after the date of the order for relief under this chapter. (c) Any party in interest, including the debtor, the trustee, a creditors’ committee, an equity security holders’ committee, a creditor, an equity security holder, or any indenture trustee, may file a plan if and only if— (1) a trustee has been appointed under this chapter; (2) the debtor has not filed a plan before 120 days after the date of the order for relief under this chapter; or (3) the debtor has not filed a plan that has been accepted, before 180 days after the date of the order for relief under this chapter, by each class of claims or interests that is impaired under the plan. (d) (1) Subject to paragraph (2), on request of a party in interest made within the respective periods specified in subsections (b) and (c) of this section and after notice and a hearing, the court may for cause reduce or increase the 120-day period or the 180-day period referred to in this section. (2) (A) The 120-day period specified in paragraph (1) may not be extended beyond a date that is 18 months after the date of the order for relief under this chapter. (B) The 180-day period specified in paragraph (1) may not be extended beyond a date that is 20 months after the date of the order for relief under this chapter. (e) In a small business case— (1) only the debtor may file a plan until after 180 days after the date of the order for relief, unless that period is— (A) extended as provided by this subsection, after notice and a hearing; or (B) the court, for cause, orders otherwise; (2) the plan and a disclosure statement (if any) shall be filed not later than 300 days after the date of the order for relief; and (3) the time periods specified in paragraphs (1) and (2), and the time fixed in section 1129 (e) within which the plan shall be confirmed, may be extended only if— (A) the debtor, after providing notice to parties in interest (including the United States trustee), demonstrates by a preponderance of the evidence that it is more likely than not that the court will confirm a plan within a reasonable period of time; (B) a new deadline is imposed at the time the extension is granted; and (C) the order extending time is signed before the existing deadline has expired. Search this title: Notes No Pending Update(s) Parallel authorities (CFR) PDF (2 pages) Title 11 RSS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Find a bankruptcy lawyer Donations cover only 20% of our costs. Prev | Next a) Notwithstanding any otherwise applicable nonbankruptcy law, a plan shall— (1) designate, subject to section 1122 of this title, classes of claims, other than claims of a kind specified in section 507 (a)(2), 507 (a)(3), or 507 (a)(8) of this title, and classes of interests; (2) specify any class of claims or interests that is not impaired under the plan; (3) specify the treatment of any class of claims or interests that is impaired under the plan; (4) provide the same treatment for each claim or interest of a particular class, unless the holder of a particular claim or interest agrees to a less favorable treatment of such particular claim or interest; (5) provide adequate means for the plan’s implementation, such as— (A) retention by the debtor of all or any part of the property of the estate; (B) transfer of all or any part of the property of the estate to one or more entities, whether organized before or after the confirmation of such plan; (C) merger or consolidation of the debtor with one or more persons; (D) sale of all or any part of the property of the estate, either subject to or free of any lien, or the distribution of all or any part of the property of the estate among those having an interest in such property of the estate; (E) satisfaction or modification of any lien; (F) cancellation or modification of any indenture or similar instrument; (G) curing or waiving of any default; (H) extension of a maturity date or a change in an interest rate or other term of outstanding securities; (I) amendment of the debtor’s charter; or (J) issuance of securities of the debtor, or of any entity referred to in subparagraph (B) or (C) of this paragraph, for cash, for property, for existing securities, or in exchange for claims or interests, or for any other appropriate purpose; (6) provide for the inclusion in the charter of the debtor, if the debtor is a corporation, or of any corporation referred to in paragraph (5)(B) or (5)(C) of this subsection, of a provision prohibiting the issuance of nonvoting equity securities, and providing, as to the several classes of securities possessing voting power, an appropriate distribution of such power among such classes, including, in the case of any class of equity securities having a preference over another class of equity securities with respect to dividends, adequate provisions for the election of directors representing such preferred class in the event of default in the payment of such dividends; (7) contain only provisions that are consistent with the interests of creditors and equity security holders and with public policy with respect to the manner of selection of any officer, director, or trustee under the plan and any successor to such officer, director, or trustee; and (8) in a case in which the debtor is an individual, provide for the payment to creditors under the plan of all or such portion of earnings from personal services performed by the debtor after the commencement of the case or other future income of the debtor as is necessary for the execution of the plan. (b) Subject to subsection (a) of this section, a plan may— (1) impair or leave unimpaired any class of claims, secured or unsecured, or of interests; (2) subject to section 365 of this title, provide for the assumption, rejection, or assignment of any executory contract or unexpired lease of the debtor not previously rejected under such section; (3) provide for— (A) the settlement or adjustment of any claim or interest belonging to the debtor or to the estate; or (B) the retention and enforcement by the debtor, by the trustee, or by a representative of the estate appointed for such purpose, of any such claim or interest; (4) provide for the sale of all or substantially all of the property of the estate, and the distribution of the proceeds of such sale among holders of claims or interests; (5) modify the rights of holders of secured claims, other than a claim secured only by a security interest in real property that is the debtor’s principal residence, or of holders of unsecured claims, or leave unaffected the rights of holders of any class of claims; and (6) include any other appropriate provision not inconsistent with the applicable provisions of this title. (c) In a case concerning an individual, a plan proposed by an entity other than the debtor may not provide for the use, sale, or lease of property exempted under section 522 of this title, unless the debtor consents to such use, sale, or lease. (d) Notwithstanding subsection (a) of this section and sections 506 (b), 1129 (a)(7), and 1129 (b) of this title, if it is proposed in a plan to cure a default the amount necessary to cure the default shall be determined in accordance with the underlying agreement and applicable nonbankruptcy law. Search this title: Notes No Pending Update(s) Parallel authorities (CFR) PDF (4 pages) Title 11 RSS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Find a bankruptcy lawyer Donations cover only 20% of our costs. Prev | Next LII has no control over and does not endorse any external Internet site that contains links to or references LII. Except as provided in section 1123 (a)(4) of this title, a class of claims or interests is impaired under a plan unless, with respect to each claim or interest of such class, the plan— (1) leaves unaltered the legal, equitable, and contractual rights to which such claim or interest entitles the holder of such claim or interest; or (2) notwithstanding any contractual provision or applicable law that entitles the holder of such claim or interest to demand or receive accelerated payment of such claim or interest after the occurrence of a default— (A) cures any such default that occurred before or after the commencement of the case under this title, other than a default of a kind specified in section 365 (b)(2) of this title or of a kind that section 365 (b)(2) expressly does not require to be cured; (B) reinstates the maturity of such claim or interest as such maturity existed before such default; (C) compensates the holder of such claim or interest for any damages incurred as a result of any reasonable reliance by such holder on such contractual provision or such applicable law; (D) if such claim or such interest arises from any failure to perform a nonmonetary obligation, other than a default arising from failure to operate a nonresidential real property lease subject to section 365 (b)(1)(A), compensates the holder of such claim or such interest (other than the debtor or an insider) for any actual pecuniary loss incurred by such holder as a result of such failure; and (E) does not otherwise alter the legal, equitable, or contractual rights to which such claim or interest entitles the holder of such claim or interest. Search this title: Notes No Pending Update(s) Parallel authorities (CFR) PDF (3 pages) Title 11 RSS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Find a bankruptcy lawyer Donations cover only 20% of our costs. Prev | Next (a) In this section— (1) “adequate information” means information of a kind, and in sufficient detail, as far as is reasonably practicable in light of the nature and history of the debtor and the condition of the debtor’s books and records, including a discussion of the potential material Federal tax consequences of the plan to the debtor, any successor to the debtor, and a hypothetical investor typical of the holders of claims or interests in the case, that would enable such a hypothetical investor of the relevant class to make an informed judgment about the plan, but adequate information need not include such information about any other possible or proposed plan and in determining whether a disclosure statement provides adequate information, the court shall consider the complexity of the case, the benefit of additional information to creditors and other parties in interest, and the cost of providing additional information; and (2) “investor typical of holders of claims or interests of the relevant class” means investor having— (A) a claim or interest of the relevant class; (B) such a relationship with the debtor as the holders of other claims or interests of such class generally have; and (C) such ability to obtain such information from sources other than the disclosure required by this section as holders of claims or interests in such class generally have. (b) An acceptance or rejection of a plan may not be solicited after the commencement of the case under this title from a holder of a claim or interest with respect to such claim or interest, unless, at the time of or before such solicitation, there is transmitted to such holder the plan or a summary of the plan, and a written disclosure statement approved, after notice and a hearing, by the court as containing adequate information. The court may approve a disclosure statement without a valuation of the debtor or an appraisal of the debtor’s assets. (c) The same disclosure statement shall be transmitted to each holder of a claim or interest of a particular class, but there may be transmitted different disclosure statements, differing in amount, detail, or kind of information, as between classes. (d) Whether a disclosure statement required under subsection (b) of this section contains adequate information is not governed by any otherwise applicable nonbankruptcy law, rule, or regulation, but an agency or official whose duty is to administer or enforce such a law, rule, or regulation may be heard on the issue of whether a disclosure statement contains adequate information. Such an agency or official may not appeal from, or otherwise seek review of, an order approving a disclosure statement. (e) A person that solicits acceptance or rejection of a plan, in good faith and in compliance with the applicable provisions of this title, or that participates, in good faith and in compliance with the applicable provisions of this title, in the offer, issuance, sale, or purchase of a security, offered or sold under the plan, of the debtor, of an affiliate participating in a joint plan with the debtor, or of a newly organized successor to the debtor under the plan, is not liable, on account of such solicitation or participation, for violation of any applicable law, rule, or regulation governing solicitation of acceptance or rejection of a plan or the offer, issuance, sale, or purchase of securities. (f) Notwithstanding subsection (b), in a small business case— (1) the court may determine that the plan itself provides adequate information and that a separate disclosure statement is not necessary; (2) the court may approve a disclosure statement submitted on standard forms approved by the court or adopted under section 2075 of title 28; and (3) (A) the court may conditionally approve a disclosure statement subject to final approval after notice and a hearing; (B) acceptances and rejections of a plan may be solicited based on a conditionally approved disclosure statement if the debtor provides adequate information to each holder of a claim or interest that is solicited, but a conditionally approved disclosure statement shall be mailed not later than 25 days before the date of the hearing on confirmation of the plan; and (C) the hearing on the disclosure statement may be combined with the hearing on confirmation of a plan. (g) Notwithstanding subsection (b), an acceptance or rejection of the plan may be solicited from a holder of a claim or interest if such solicitation complies with applicable nonbankruptcy law and if such holder was solicited before the commencement of the case in a manner complying with applicable nonbankruptcy law. Search this title: Notes No Pending Update(s) Parallel authorities (CFR) PDF (5 pages) Title 11 RSS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Find a bankruptcy lawyer Donations cover only 20% of our costs. Prev | Next LII has no control over and does not endorse any external Internet site that contains links to or references LII. Yours truly Jonathan Stewart fish avatar
Absolutely Amazing!! Great diversity of colour and I love the conch shell!! Where did you get your dead coral?? Love this tank! 10/10 fish avatar

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