It just means that there were no general (unsecured) claims filed by creditors holding those types of claims. Further, there were no claims filed by creditors holding subordinated unsecured claims for fines, penalties, forfeitures, or damages. No claims were filed, so no claims of those types descried were paid and will not be paid from property of the bankruptcy estate.
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