or scrapped pursuant to paragraph 4 hereof.
6. In the event that, subsequent to the date of this Order, the Trustees propose to sell pursuant to this Order real property which is subject to a specific determinable lien in favor of one or more judgment creditors or other lienors not served with notice of the hearing on the motion of the Trustees to amend Order No. 78, pursuant to the order of notice thereon, the Trustees shall send to any such judgment creditor or other lienor, at least 21 days prior to the closing date of the proposed transaction, written notice thereof, by registered mail directed to the last known address of the said judgment creditor or lienor. The notice shall include: (a) an identification of the property or interest therein to be sold, stating the location and size of the property; (b) the consideration to be paid for the property; (c) an identification of the lien held or claimed by the recipient; and (d) a copy of this Order. If any such judgment creditor or other lienor given notice of a proposed transaction hereunder serves upon the Trustees, by first-class mail addressed to: Vice President -- Real Estate, Penn Central Transportation Company, Six Penn Center Plaza, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, no later than 14 days after mailing of such notice, written objections to the transaction, the transaction shall not be consummated except upon order of this Court after a hearing held with respect thereto.
7. The Trustees are directed to furnish monthly, on or prior to the last day of the month next succeeding the month which is the subject of the report, to the Court and to the indenture trustees of all mortgages constituting liens on any portion of the property of the Debtor, a detailed accounting of transactions effected during the preceding month, showing therein all transactions of sale, exchange, salvage, scrap and withdrawal (including appropriate identification of the property, transferee, consideration or credit, date of transaction and any taxes thereon paid or remaining unpaid), a description of each addition and betterment made as provided above, and the mortgage (or mortgages, in the order of their priority) constituting a lien on the property or proceeds, if any, involved in each such transaction. Any indenture trustee of any mortgage constituting a lien upon any portion of the property of the Debtor, and any intervenor in this proceeding, shall have the right, within the time permitted for the filing of objections to the plan of reorganization approved herein or other final proceedings with respect to the winding up of the affairs of the Debtor, to file objections to any such accounting (including, but not limited to, the allocation of the proceeds of any transaction reflected therein), and to have the same heard and determined in this proceeding.
8. This Order shall be effective retroactive to November 16, 1970.
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