Where are the shares held? In a taxable account or tax deferred account like an IRA or Simple 401K?
I have NT shares as well. In bankruptcy, common equity holders generally get wiped out, and wiped out completely, such that there are no funds to distribute to common shareholders, especially if the bankruptcy is a so-called straight bankruptcy (a Chapter 7 liquidation or a Chapter 11 reorganization resulting in a substantial liquidation of the assets and liabilities of the entity.)
I have never received any payments for any of the common shares I've owned in a bankrupt publically traded company, although I suppose it's theoretically possible. (E.g. the shareholders of Freddy Laker Airlines, the pioneer of no-frills air travel, might have been paid something after the Airlines went bust and litigated and eventually settled multi-million dollar antitrust claims against a number of its competitors.)
Companies rarely remain "in tact" as far as common share ownership after a bankruptcy; the old shares are essentially "worthless." New ownership represented by new common shareholders generally emerge from a company successfully re-organized in bankrutpcy. Be careful about the tax treatment of these worthless securities. If you hold them in an IRA or some other tax deferred account, then I suppose you can't mine these losses for favorable tax treatment, but if you hold NT in a taxable account you should consult an accountant to make sure you appropriately report these securities for tax deduction purposes.
BTW, where are these shares being traded?
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