This excerpt taken from the MIR 8-K filed Dec 15, 2005.
IN THE EVENT THE BANKRUPTCY COURT DETERMINES THAT ANY PROVISION OF THE PLAN IS UNENFORCEABLE EITHER ON ITS FACE OR AS APPLIED TO ANY CLAIM OR EQUITY INTEREST OR TRANSACTION, THE DEBTORS MAY MODIFY THE PLAN IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 17.15 SO THAT SUCH PROVISION SHALL NOT BE APPLICABLE TO THE HOLDER OF ANY SUCH CLAIM OR EQUITY INTEREST OR TRANSACTION; PROVIDED THAT THE DEBTORS MAY NOT MODIFY THE PLAN TO SEVER ANY PROVISION OF THE CALIFORNIA SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT FROM ANOTHER. SUCH A DETERMINATION OF UNENFORCEABILITY SHALL NOT (A) LIMIT OR AFFECT THE ENFORCEABILITY AND OPERATIVE EFFECT OF ANY OTHER PROVISION OF THE PLAN OR (B) REQUIRE THE RESOLICITATION OF ANY ACCEPTANCE OR REJECTION OF THE PLAN. NOTHING HEREIN SHALL PERMIT THE DEBTORS TO SEVER THE PROVISIONS OF THE CALIFORNIA SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT OR ANY IMPLEMENTING AGREEMENTS RELATED THERETO.
This excerpt taken from the MIR 10-K filed Mar 15, 2005.
Except as otherwise stated herein, any provision or section declared or rendered unlawful by a Governmental Authority, or deemed unlawful because of a statutory change, will not otherwise affect the lawful obligations that arise under this Agreement.
This excerpt taken from the MIR 8-K filed Jan 19, 2005.
Should the Bankruptcy Court determine that any provision of the Plan is unenforceable either on its face or as applied to any Claim or Equity Interest or Transaction, the Debtors may modify the Plan in accordance with Section 14.14 of the Plan so that such provision shall not be applicable to the holder of any Claim or Equity Interest. Such a determination of unenforceability shall not (a) limit or affect the enforceability and operative effect of any other provision of the Plan or (b) require the resolicitation of any acceptance or rejection of the Plan.