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Excerpt: …. cramdown option provides that a secured creditor can be crammed down if its collateral is sold, “subject to section 363(k),” and its security interest attaches to the proceeds of the sale. Section 363(k) allows a secured creditor to credit bid in a sale unless the court, for cause shown, rules otherwise. The Court would not permit confirmation of a plan that contemplated a sale of collateral free and clear of a security interest where the holder of that security interest could not credit bid.