Commonwealth of Puerto Rico

Case No. 17-03283


Submit a Claim

IN THIS CASE, PROOFS OF CLAIM MAY BE FILED EITHER ELECTRONICALLY VIA THIS WEBSITE OR BY HARD COPY PRIOR TO THE BAR DATE WHICH IS THE DEADLINE ESTABLISHED BY THE DISTRICT COURT.

To file a proof of claim electronically, please enter the creditor's name and an email address (where filing confirmation will be sent) in the fields below. Please note that supporting documentation is limited to a single PDF attachment that is less than 5 megabytes in size and under 100 pages

Important Documents

Extended Bar Date Order
Bar Date Order
Bar Date Notice - English
Bar Date Notice - Spanish
Creditor Lists
Commonwealth Agency List
Bar Date FAQs
Proof of Claim Form
Claim Withdrawal Form

DATE HIGHLIGHTS

June 29 2018 4:00 p.m. (AST)
Extended Bar Date

FILE A CLAIM ELECTRONICALLY

The United States District Court has set the following deadline for filing proofs of claim against the Debtors:

Extended General Bar Date: June 29, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. (Atlantic Standard Time).

To file a hard copy proof of claim, completed forms can be can be sent to the following address:

Commonwealth of Puerto Rico Claims Processing Center
c/o Prime Clerk LLC
Grand Central Station, PO Box 4708
New York, NY 10163-4708
T: (844) 822-9231

Please click here to download the Proof of Claim form.

To determine whether one or more of the Debtors included a creditor on one or more of its Creditor Lists, please click here to search through the lists. (Please note that the text of each document may be searched by pressing Ctrl F on your keyboard.)


All known creditors of the Debtors were previously sent notice, by mail, of the original deadline to file a proof of claim (the "General Bar Date"). Where applicable, creditors also were also sent a customized proof of claim form. The fact that you have received notice of the General Bar Date does not mean that that you have a claim against the Debtors or that the Debtors believe that you have a claim. In addition, certain parties are not required to file a proof of claim. Please refer to section 2 of the notice you received in the mail to determine whether you are required to file a proof of claim. Proof of claim forms may be filed against the Debtors by first class mail, overnight courier hand delivery, or electronically, through this website. For additional information on filing a proof of claim form, please see section 6 of the notice you received in the mail.

If submitted electronically using the interface above, additional hard-copy submission is not necessary. Please note that submission of claim forms via email and/or facsimile transmission is not permitted.

Privacy of Information Collected

The information requested on the proof of claim form is being collected for the purposes of facilitating a debtor’s voluntary petition for relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and processing any claim you may have against the Debtors. Your proof of claim form must not contain complete social security numbers or tax identification numbers (only provide the last four digits), a complete birth date (only provide the year), the name of a minor (only provide the minor's initials) or a financial account number (only provide the last four digits of such financial account).

The information you provide on the proof of claim form will be retained by or on behalf of the Bankruptcy Court, the debtor and Prime Clerk LLC for as long as necessary for the purposes described above, as needed to resolve disputes or protect legal rights as they relate to such claim, or as otherwise required by law. Some or all of the information you provide on the proof of claim form will be displayed and/or accessible on the debtor’s case website hosted by Prime Clerk pursuant to applicable law and/or court order. Additionally, such information may be shared with certain third parties affiliated with this matter in furtherance of the bankruptcy case and process. Although you may have certain rights relating to the information provided on the proof of claim form under certain laws, applicable law or court order may prohibit the amendment or erasure of such information once it is submitted, including information displayed and/or accessible at the case website.