Signature Healthcare. – On December 30, 2011, the Company entered into a five year $28.0 million, amortizing term loan with affiliates of Signature Holdings II, LLC (“Signature”). The Company received leasehold mortgages on 32 facilities. The leasehold mortgages are cross defaulted and cross collateralized with the Company’s existing master lease with Signature. The loan bears an interest rate of 10%.

Nexion Health, Inc. – On July 18, 2011, the Company entered into a $5.0 million first mortgage loan with affiliates of Nexion Health, Inc. (“Nexion”) to finance Nexion’s purchase of one SNF in Texas.

Connecticut Facilities – In January 2011, upon the Company’s request, a complaint was filed by the State of Connecticut, Commissioner of Social Services (the “State”), against the licensees/operators of the Company’s four Connecticut SNFs, seeking the appointment of a receiver. The SNFs were leased and operated by FC/SCH and were managed by Genesis. The Superior Court, Judicial District of Hartford, Connecticut appointed a receiver.

The receiver was responsible for (i) operating the facilities and funding all operational expenses incurred after the appointment of the receiver and (ii) providing the court with recommendations regarding the facilities. In March, the receiver moved to close all four SNFs and the Company objected. At the hearing held on April 21, 2011, the Company stated its position that the receiver failed to comply with the statutory requirements prior to recommending the facilities’ closure. In addition, alternative operators expressed interest in operating several of the facilities. On April 27, 2011, the Court granted the receiver’s motion and ordered the facilities closed.

The Company timely filed its notice of appeal, taking the position that the Court's Order (the “Order”) is final and appealable, and erroneous. Following the Company’s notice of appeal, the Company negotiated a stipulation with the State and the receiver which afforded it significant concessions. Those concessions included: (a) an agreed recognition of the Company as a secured lienholder with a priority claim, (b) an accelerated time frame for the (i) allocation by the receiver of collected funds between pre- and post- receivership periods, and (ii) disbursement to the Company of pre-receivership funds collected, and (c) an agreement by the State that it would forego its right to seek recoupment of pre-receivership funds as reimbursement for post-receivership advances. In exchange for these concessions (among others), the Company withdrew its appeal.

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