(91) If, in contrast, the claim arose postpetition, then it is only allowable to the extent that the creditor is oversecured (92) This is because, although the Bankruptcy Code does not normally allow creditors to collect "unmatured
interest," (93) an oversecured creditor is allowed to recover "reasonable fees, costs, or charges" that are authorized by the relevant financing instrument.
But, as we have seen, contingent, unmatured
, unliquidated, and unfixed debts are still debts.
This was demonstrated by unmatured
eggs, which were found in the ovaries during dissection of females.
And BAPCPA did not alter section 502(b)(2), which provides that a creditor's claim may not include "unmatured
" (or post-petition) interest, if challenged.
Robert Cooter, Towards a Market in Unmatured
Tort Claims, 75 Va.
2357, 2367 (2005) ("Among the features that make bankruptcy appealing for mass tort defendants are mandatory aggregation of all claims into a single forum, 'acceleration and estimation of unmatured
and contingent claims,' and the finality and certainty provided by discharge of all claims.").
(174) The updated statute also recognized the increased use of various forms of insurance and annuities for family financial planning by expressly providing an exemption for all unmatured
life insurance and annuity policies owned by the debtor.
The vial of unmatured
malt had been sent into space as part of an experiment in 2011, along with particles of charred oak.
malt was launched in 2011 in the hopes of studying the effects of microgravity on the maturation process.
Islay's Ardbeg Distillery blasted compounds of unmatured
malt and charred oak particles to the International Space Station in October 2011.
Developments in tha area of neonatology and understanding of the physiology of unmatured
baby have dramatically contributed to an increase in the life span of preterm babies and a decrease in morbidity rates (10, 11).