If you have Qest� plastic water pipe in your boat or recreational vehicle, or if Qest� was installed in your home either before 1978 or after July 1995, you may have a claim for money damages against U.S. Brass in its bankruptcy case and the right to vote on U.S. Brass payment plan. Injunction notice to persons with Qest� water pipe in connection with the bankruptcy case of U.S. Brass, a settlement has been reached between the representatives of all persons with Qest� pipe systems, Eljer Industries, and Eljer Manufacturing (the parent companies of U.S. Brass). Under this settlement, in exchange for payments by Eljer, all possible claims against Eljer relating to Qest� pipe systems will be enjoined. If the settlement and bankruptcy plan are approved, you will not be able to assert claims against Eljer in the future. How To Identify Qest� Water Pipe Qest� water pipe is a highly flexible plastic gray pipe. Look for the Qest� symbol on pipe in the attic and other easy to reach areas to see if you qualify. Qest� was not used for drains, waste pipes, or vents, but may be mixed with other brands. For more information on your right to make a claim; to vote on the bankruptcy plan; to appear and object to the plan and injunction, your request for information must be received no later than December 5, Call 1-800-572-8661 Write; U.S. Brass Bankruptcy; P.O. Box 1535; Faribault, MN 55021-1535 or visit: http://www.kinsella.com/usbrass/ for information and instructions In re U.S. Brass Corporation, Case #94-40823S U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Texas, Plano Division.
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