The subsidiaries are “directed to withdraw their consent to any plan reorganization of Vitro that purports to release the guarantees, to take such other actions as may be required to give effect to such withdrawal,” according to today’s ruling.
A copy of the decision by New York Supreme Court Justice Bernard J. Fried was provided by Dennis Hranitzky, an attorney for ad hoc noteholders opposing the restructuring plan. He declined to comment on the ruling.
Roberto Riva Palacio, a Vitro spokesman, confirmed the ruling in an e-mail. Vitro “is not in agreement and as such we will exercise our right to challenge it,” he wrote. The ruling couldn’t be independently confirmed with the court after regular business hours.
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