An extension for post-confirmation deadlines for the Dlubak Corp. bankruptcy proceedings has been granted for the second time in a little more than three months.

In August, the United States Bankruptcy Court of the Western District of Pennsylvania granted a motion for Dlubak’s plan administrator, Lawrence C. Bolla, to extend post-confirmation deadlines. In the motion, Bolla cited a list of tasks he’s completing in an effort to implement the plan, adding that he’s “investigating additional claims that were previously unknown or only recently rediscovered.”

In the most recent motion for an additional extension, Bolla presented a similar list, adding that he’s again investigating additional claims that were brought forth after the original extension.

“By this motion, and given the number of tasks that he and his Accountant have ongoing,” the motion reads, “the Plan Administrator requests that the Court further extend the current deadline for claims objections, adversary proceedings, contested matters, motions or applications … to allow him additional time to investigate any and all claims the Debtor may have for turnover of property of the estate, fraudulent transfers, and any other claim or cause of action preserved under section 13.8 of the Plan, together with existing claims already filed before this Court.”

Since the court found “the relief requested in the Motion is in the best interest of the Debtor and its creditors,” the deadline was extended “through and including February 12,” according to court documents.

In the motion, Bolla adds that “any claims objections would be premature at this time because any proposed distributions to be made pursuant to the Confirmed Plan are generally dependent upon recovery from pending and future adversary proceedings and contested matters, which recovery has largely not yet occurred.

“The requested extension is sought not as a result of the Plan Administrator’s delay, but rather as a result of his and his Accountant’s many concurrent investigations, as well as the volume of information to be reviewed and analyzed in order to fulfill his duties under the Plan. The Accountant’s findings will largely decide the outcome of the existing Adversary Proceedings, as well as whether additional claims or objections are necessary.”

Bolla says the extension will allow him “additional time to duly evaluate and reach conclusions regarding his and his Accountant’s ongoing investigation into previously undiscovered potential causes of action.”

Dlubak originally filed for bankruptcy last August. Dlubak Specialty Glass, which is owned by Consolidated Glass Holdings, is not a part of the bankruptcy proceedings.