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On September 25, 2017 , the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas, Dallas Division, entered an Order appointing a Temporary Receiver finding the appointment of a receiver “necessary and appropriate for the purposes of marshaling and preserving all assets—in any form or of any kind whatsoever—owned, controlled, managed, or possessed by defendants Christopher A. Faulkner [(“Faulkner”)], Breitling Oil & Gas Corporation (“BOG”), and Breitling Energy Corporation (“BECC”) (collectively, the “Receivership Defendants”).” Subsequently filed with with the Receivership, the Court entered its Memorandum Opinion and Order, clarifying the Receivership Order would encompass “entities controlled by Faulkner [] – including Breitling Royalties Corporation,” directly or indirectly (“Receivership Assets”). The Order Appointing Receiver ("Receivership Order"), directs the Receiver, among other things, to take control and possession of, to operate the Receivership Estate, and to perform all acts necessary to conserve, hold, manage and preserve the value of the Receivership Estate.  The Receivership Order also restrains and enjoins, without prior approval of the Court, creditors and all other persons from proceeding against the Receiver, any of the defendants, the Receivership Estate, or any agent, officer or employee related to the Receivership Estate from any of the following: