dibbley Monday, 02/21/11 05:56:17 AM Re: gta post# 559 Post # of 560 Good idea, but I think only one solution is attack decision of Japan district court. If you check JAL FAQ http://www.jal.com/en/ir/info2010_0119_3.html they will not give us any satisfaction. See Q4-A4 No. Any shareholder will not assume any more liabilities than the amount of money which they have invested and therefore will not assume any liabilities of more than a 100% capital reduction based on a shareholder’s position, such as requiring an additional payment. The reorganisation plan has to be canceled. It is only one way. I'm sad they just cancel shares without any good reason because "JAL made operating profit totaling over 140 billion yen ($1.7 billion) from April to November in 2010, according to a document submitted to the Tokyo District Court."