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An Eastern District of Michigan Bankruptcy Court recently held that a supplier to a bankrupt debtor was entitled to receive immediate payment on its 20-day administrative expense notwithstanding an outstanding avoidable transfer. The Court held that the Bankruptcy Code distinguishes between “claims” and “administrative expenses” and explicitly treats “claims” differently than “administrative expenses.” Claimants entitled to payment from debtors should be mindful of the Bankruptcy Code’s distinctions and specific requirements which could be the key to getting paid. For more information, please click here.