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A group of lenders to J.C. Penney Co. is trying to get to gradual the sale of the bankrupt retailer’s genuine estate to an additional team of creditors, stating that it delivers the customers an undeserved windfall and reeks “of not only greed but abhorrent negative religion.”

The objecting collectors, led by Aurelius Funds Management, say they submitted a $750 million competing bid for J.C. Penney’s properties that would give $600 million far more to the bankrupt estate and additional evenly distribute proceeds amid lenders. They are inquiring Choose David Jones to purchase a different method for the home sale to the so-referred to as DIP financial institution team, while continuing with the sale of retailer’s operations to its two most important landlords.