To the extent that a qualifying secured claim is secured by an asset the value of which is greater than the amount of that receivable after recovery under subsection (c) of this Sub-Part, the holder of that claim shall be entitled to charge interest on that claim and any reasonable costs, charges or charges provided for in the agreement or law of the State under which the claim arose. *Some of the cases mentioned above were handled by our lawyers prior to entering Sidley Austin LLP. Re organisations, 363 Sales and Debt to Equity Arrangements: United States v. Ron Pair Enterprises, Inc., 489 U.p. 235 (1989). Determination of the permissible amount of bankrupt secured claims. . . .