Creditors want to review books of bankrupt Dura


DETROIT, March 25 (Reuters) - Creditors of Dura Automotive Systems Inc have requested access to the books of the bankrupt U.S. auto parts supplier to conduct their own assessment of its value as it struggles to exit bankruptcy. James W. Korth, managing director of bond broker J.W. Korth & Company, filed a motion with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware to examine Dura's books and records, saying Dura's revised plan to exit from bankruptcy gives bondholders lower returns than the ...

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