As filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on July 12, 1994
                                                  Registration No. 33-53455
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                     SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
                           Washington, D.C. 20549
                            ____________________

                               AMENDMENT NO. 1
                                     on
                                  FORM S-4
                                     to
                           REGISTRATION STATEMENT*
                                    under
                         THE SECURITIES ACT OF 1933
                            ____________________

                               FM 1993A CORP.
      (Exact name of registrant as specified in governing instruments)

                          CRC-I LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
                         CRC-II LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
                               FOODMAKER, INC.
 (Exact name of co-registrants as specified in their governing instruments)
                             ___________________

                                                            33-05983332
                                                             04-3213553
        Delaware                    6519                     04-3213679
       Massachusetts                5812                     95-2698708
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     (State or other         (Primary Standard           (I.R.S. Employer
     Jurisdiction of           Industrial                  Identification
    Incorporation of         Classification Code          Number of FM 1993A
   FM 1993A Corp. and        Number of FM 1993A          Corp., CRC-I, CRC-II
  Foodmaker, Inc., and        Corp., CRC-I and           and Foodmaker, Inc.,
  of CRC-I and CRC-II,         CRC-II, and of                respectively)
      respectively)            Foodmaker, Inc.,
                                respectively)



                             9330 Balboa Avenue
                         San Diego, California 92123
                      --------------------------------
                      (Address of Principal Executive
                         Offices of Registrant and
                              Co-Registrants)


                                              With copies to:

          Charles W. Duddles              Rhonda S. Wagner, Esq.
          9330 Balboa Avenue              Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher
      San Diego, California 92123        750 B Street, Suite 3300
  ---------------------------------    San Diego, California  92101
  (Name and address of Registrant's             (619) 544-8025
    and Co-Registrants' Agent For
               Service)
                            ____________________

      Approximate date of commencement of proposed sale to the public:
As soon as practicable after the effective date of this Registration Statement.

*Originally filed on May 3, 1994 as a Registration Statement on Form S-11.
                            ____________________

     The registrant hereby amends this registration statement on such date or
dates as may be necessary to delay its effective date until the registrant
shall file a further amendment which specifically states that this
registration statement shall thereafter become effective in accordance with
Section 8(a) of the Securities Act of 1933 or until the registration
statement shall become effective on such date as the Securities and Exchange
Commission, acting pursuant to said Section 8(a), may determine.


                               FM 1993A CORP.

                            CROSS REFERENCE SHEET
                           Pursuant to Rule 404(a)



   Item in Form S-4                           Caption in Prospectus
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1.  Forepart of Registration Statement        Facing Page; Outside Front
    and Outside Front Cover Page of           Cover Page of Prospectus.
    Prospectus

2.  Inside Front and Outside Back Cover       Inside Front and Outside Back
    Pages of Prospectus                       Cover Pages of Prospectus;
                                              Table of Contents; Available
                                              Information; Incorporation of
                                              Certain Foodmaker Documents by
                                              Reference.

3.  Risk Factors, Ratio of Earnings to        Risk Factors; Prospectus
    Fixed Charges and Other Information       Summary; Business; Selected
                                              Unaudited Pro Forma Financial
                                              Data.

4.  Terms of the Transaction                  Prospectus Summary; Risk
                                              Factors; Description of the
                                              Underlying Transactions; The
                                              Exchange Offer; Business;
                                              Ownership of Equity
                                              Securities; Description of New
                                              Notes; Certain Federal Income
                                              Tax Consequences.

5.  Pro Forma Financial Information           Selected Unaudited Pro Forma
                                              Financial Data.

6.  Material Contracts with the Company       Not applicable.
    Being Acquired

7.  Additional Information Required for       Not applicable.
    Reoffering by Persons and Parties
    Deemed to be Underwriters

8.  Interests of Named Experts and            Not applicable.
    Counsel

9.  Disclosure of Commission Position on      Not applicable.
    Indemnification for Securities Act
    Liabilities

10. Information with Respect to S-3           Not applicable.
    Registrants

11. Incorporation of Certain Information      Not applicable.
    by Reference

12. Information with Respect to S-2 or S-3    Not applicable.
    Registrants

13. Incorporation of Certain Information      Not applicable.
    by Reference

14. Information with Respect to               Prospectus Summary; Selected
    Registrants Other than S-3 or S-2         Unaudited Pro Forma Financial
    Registrants                               Data; Business; Management's
                                              Discussion and Analysis of
                                              Financial Condition and
                                              Results of Operations;
                                              Management; Ownership of
                                              Equity Securities; Description
                                              of the Underlying
                                              Transactions; Description of
                                              the Leases.

15. Information with Respect to S-3           Not applicable.
    Companies


                               FM 1993A CORP.

                            CROSS REFERENCE SHEET
                           Pursuant to Rule 404(a)
                                (Continued)


    Item in Form S-4                          Caption in Prospectus
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16. Information with Respect to S-2 or S-3    Not applicable.
    Companies

17. Information with Respect to Companies     Not applicable.
    Other Than S-3 or S-2 Companies

18. Information if Proxies, Consents or       Not applicable.
    Authorizations are to be Solicited

19. Information if Proxies, Consents or       Incorporation of Certain
    Authorizations are not to be              Foodmaker Documents by
    Solicited or in an Exchange Offer         Reference; Management;
                                              Ownership of Equity
                                              Securities.



              SUBJECT TO COMPLETION, DATED JULY _______ , 1994

P R O S P E C T U S
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                               FM 1993A CORP.
                          Offer for all Outstanding
                 Privately Placed 9.75% Senior Secured Notes
                            due November 1, 2003
                               in Exchange for
          Series B 9.75% Senior Secured Notes due November 1, 2003
   Guaranteed by CRC-I Limited Partnership and CRC-II Limited Partnership

             The offer will expire at midnight, New York City time,
                    on ______________, 1994, unless extended.

     FM 1993A Corp. (the "Issuer"), a Delaware corporation, hereby offers
(the "Exchange Offer"), upon the terms and subject to the conditions set
forth herein and in the related Letter of Transmittal, to exchange up to
$70 million aggregate principal amount of Series B 9.75% Senior Secured Notes
due November 1, 2003 (the "New Notes") of the Issuer for a like amount of
privately placed 9.75% Senior Secured Notes due November 1, 2003 (the "Old
Notes" and together with the New Notes, the "Notes") from the holders (the
"Holders of Old Notes"; individually, a "Holder of Old Notes") thereof.

     The New Notes are being offered hereunder in order to satisfy the
obligations of the Issuer under a registration rights agreement dated as of
December 15, 1993 (the "Registration Rights Agreement") among the Issuer,
Foodmaker, Inc. ("Foodmaker" or "Lessee"), CRC-I Limited Partnership
("CRC-I"), CRC-II Limited Partnership ("CRC-II") and the purchasers of the
Old Notes who are signatories to the Registration Rights Agreement (the
"Initial Purchasers").  The Exchange Offer is designed to provide to Holders
of Old Notes an opportunity to acquire New Notes which, unlike the Old Notes,
are expected to be freely transferable at all times, subject to state
securities or "blue sky" law restrictions, provided that the Holder of Old
Notes is not an "affiliate" of the Issuer within the meaning of the
Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "Securities Act"), and represents
that the New Notes are being acquired in the ordinary course of such holder's
business and that said Holder of Old Notes is not engaged in, and does not
intend to engage in, a distribution of the New Notes.  With the exception of
the freely transferable nature of the New Notes, the New Notes are
substantially identical to the Old Notes.  Both the Old Notes and the New
Notes are nonrecourse obligations of the Issuer guaranteed by CRC-I and
CRC-II, but are without recourse to the general partners of such limited
partnerships.  Neither the Old Notes nor the New Notes are guaranteed by
Foodmaker.  See "The Exchange Offer - Purpose of the Exchange Offer."

     The Issuer will accept for exchange any and all validly tendered Old
Notes on or prior to midnight, New York time, on ______________, 1994, or
such later date to which the Exchange Offer is extended by the Issuer (the
"Expiration Date").  The Issuer will notify the Exchange Agent of any
extension by oral or written notice prior to 9:00 a.m., New York City time,
on the next business day after the previously scheduled Expiration Date.
Tenders of Old Notes made pursuant to the Exchange Offer may not be
withdrawn.  Foodmaker will pay the expenses of the Exchange Offer.

     The New Notes will bear interest from July 1, 1994.  Accordingly,
Holders of Old Notes who receive New Notes in exchange for Old Notes will
forego accrued but unpaid interest on their exchanged Old Notes for the
period from July 1, 1994 to the date of exchange, but will be entitled to
such interest under the New Notes.  See "Description of New Notes."

     The Issuer makes no recommendation to Holders of Old Notes as to whether
to tender or refrain from tendering all or any portion of their Old Notes
pursuant to the Exchange Offer.  In addition, no one has been authorized to
make any such recommendation.  Holders of Old Notes must make their own
decision whether to tender pursuant to the Exchange Offer and, if so, the
principal amount of Old Notes to tender after reading this Prospectus and
consulting with their advisors, if any, based on their own financial position
and requirements.

     The Exchange Offer is not conditioned upon any minimum principal amount
of Old Notes being tendered for exchange.  However, the Exchange Offer is
subject to the non-occurrence of certain events.  Notice of any termination
will be given promptly to the Holders of Old Notes and the Trustee.  See "The
Exchange Offer."

FOR A DISCUSSION OF CERTAIN OTHER CONSIDERATIONS RELEVANT TO AN INVESTMENT IN
                     THE NEW NOTES, SEE "RISK FACTORS."
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THESE SECURITIES HAVE NOT BEEN APPROVED OR DISAPPROVED BY THE SECURITIES AND
     EXCHANGE COMMISSION OR ANY STATE SECURITIES COMMISSION NOR HAS THE
       COMMISSION OR ANY STATE COMMISSION PASSED UPON THE ACCURACY OR
           ADEQUACY OF THIS PROSPECTUS.  ANY REPRESENTATION TO THE
                       CONTRARY IS A CRIMINAL OFFENSE.
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            The date of this Prospectus is ______________, 1994.



          INCORPORATION OF CERTAIN FOODMAKER DOCUMENTS BY REFERENCE

     The following documents previously filed with the Securities and
Exchange Commission (the "Commission") by Foodmaker pursuant to the
Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (the "Exchange Act"), are
incorporated herein by reference and made a part hereof:  (1) Foodmaker's
Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended October 3, 1993;
(2) Foodmaker's Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q for the fiscal quarters ended
January 23, 1994, and April 17, 1994; and (3) Foodmaker's Current Report on
Form 8-K/A dated January 27, 1994.

     Each document filed by Foodmaker pursuant to Sections 13(a), 13(c), 14
or 15(d) the Exchange Act after the date of this Prospectus and prior to the
termination of the Exchange Offer made hereby shall be deemed to be
incorporated by reference into this Prospectus and to be a part hereof from
the date of filing of such document.

     Any statement contained herein or in a document incorporated or deemed
to be incorporated by reference herein shall be deemed to be modified or
superseded for purposes of this Prospectus to the extent that a statement
contained herein or in any other subsequently filed document which also is or
is deemed to be incorporated by reference herein modifies or supersedes such
statement.  Any such statement so modified or superseded shall not be deemed,
except as so modified or superseded, to constitute a part of this Prospectus.

     This Prospectus incorporates documents by reference which are not
presented herein or delivered herewith.  These documents are available upon
request from Foodmaker, Inc., Attn:  Corporate Communications, 9330 Balboa
Avenue, San Diego, California 92123, (619) 571-2121.  In order to ensure
timely delivery of the documents, any request should be made five business
days prior to date on which final investment decision must be made.
Foodmaker will provide without charge to each person, including any
beneficial owner of Old Notes, to whom this Prospectus is delivered, upon the
written or oral request of such person, a copy of any or all of the documents
which have been incorporated by reference in this Prospectus (other than
exhibits to such documents which are not specifically incorporated by
reference into such documents).  Such requests should be directed to
Foodmaker, Inc., Attn: Corporate Communications, 9330 Balboa Avenue, San
Diego, California 92123, (619) 571-2121.

                            AVAILABLE INFORMATION

     The Issuer has filed with the Commission a registration statement
relating to the New Notes offered hereby (herein, together with all
amendments and exhibits, referred to as the "Registration Statement") under
the Securities Act.  This Prospectus does not contain all of the information
set forth in the Registration Statement, certain parts of which are omitted
in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Commission.  For further
information, reference is hereby made to the Registration Statement.
Statements made in this Prospectus as to the contents of any contract,
agreement or other document referred to are not necessarily complete.  With
respect to each such contract, agreement or other document filed as an
exhibit to the Registration Statement, reference is made to such exhibit for
a more complete description thereof.  The Registration Statement and the
exhibits and schedules thereto may be inspected without charge and copied at
prescribed rates at the Public Reference Section of the Commission at Room
1024, 450 Fifth Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20549 and at the Commission's
regional offices at 7 World Trade Center, New York, New York 10048 and at the
Northwestern Atrium Center, 500 West Madison Street, Suite 1400, Chicago,
Illinois 60661.

     Foodmaker is subject to the informational requirements of the Exchange
Act and, in accordance therewith, files reports, proxy statements and other
information with the Commission.  Such reports, proxy statements and other
information can be inspected, without charge, and copied at prescribed rates
at the Public Reference Section of the Commission at Room 1024, 450 Fifth
Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20549, and at the Commission's regional
offices at 7 World Trade Center, 13th Floor, New York, New York 10048 and at
the Northwestern Atrium Center, 500 West Madison Street, Suite 1400, Chicago,
Illinois 60661.  Such reports, proxy statements and other information can
also be inspected at the offices of the New York Stock Exchange, Inc.,
20 Broad Street, New York, New York 10005.

     The Issuer is required under the terms of an indenture dated as of
December 15, 1993, between the Issuer, as principal and agent for CRC-I and
CRC-II, and State Street Bank and Trust Company, as trustee (the "Trustee"),
as amended by an amendment dated as of July 15, 1994, among the Issuer, the
Trustee, CRC-I and CRC-II (as so amended, the "Indenture"), to provide a copy
of:  (i) a balance sheet of the Issuer at the end of each year setting forth
in comparative form the figures for the corresponding period in the previous
fiscal year, and (ii) statements of income and retained

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earnings and of changes in cash flows of the Issuer for such year,
setting forth in comparative form the figures for the previous fiscal year,
all in reasonable detail and certified by the treasurer of the Issuer as
being accurate and complete and, if requested by the holders of more than 50%
of the aggregate principal amount of all outstanding Notes, or if required
under any applicable securities laws, accompanied by a report from a firm of
independent certified public accountants of nationally recognized reputation,
which report shall state that such financial statements fairly present
the financial condition of the Issuer and that the examination of such
accountants in connection therewith has been made in accordance with
generally accepted auditing standards.

     The Issuer is also required to deliver to the Trustee, to be provided to
the Holders of Notes, copies of the annual reports and of the information,
documents, and other reports (or copies of such portions of any of the
foregoing as the Commission may by rules and regulations prescribe) that the
Issuer is required to file with the Commission pursuant to Section 13 or
15(d) of the Exchange Act.  To the extent that the Issuer is not subject to
the reporting requirements of Section 13 or 15(d) of the Exchange Act, the
Issuer is required to file with the Commission and provide to the Trustee, to
be provided to the Holders of Notes, such annual and quarterly reports and
such information, documents and other reports (or copies of such portions of
any of the foregoing as the Commission may by rules and regulations
prescribe) as are specified in Sections 13 and 15(d) of the Exchange Act.
The Issuer shall also make such reports available to prospective purchasers
of the Old Notes upon the request of any beneficial holder or Holder of Old
Notes.

     In addition, during the period beginning on the original issuance date
of the Old Notes and ending on the date that is three years from such date,
the Issuer will, during any period in which the Lessee or the Issuer is not
subject to Section 13 or 15(d) under the Exchange Act, make available to the
beneficial holders or Holders of Old Notes in connection with the sale
thereof, and make available to prospective purchasers of Old Notes from such
beneficial holder or Holders of Old Notes, the information required to be
delivered pursuant to Rule 144A(d)(4) under the Securities Act upon the
request of such beneficial holder or Holder of Old Notes.  The Issuer will
also comply with the other provisions of TIA Section 314(a).

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     Based on interpretive letters previously issued by the staff of the
Division of Corporation Finance of the Commission to third parties, the
Issuer believes that the New Notes issued pursuant to the Exchange Offer may
be offered for resale, resold and otherwise transferred by any Holder of New
Notes, without complying with the registration and prospectus delivery
provisions of the Securities Act, provided that such holder (i) is not an
"affiliate" or "promoter" (as such terms are defined in Rule 405 under the
Securities Act) of the Issuer, (ii) is not participating in a distribution of
the New Notes to be received in the Exchange Offer, (iii) is not, except as
noted below, a broker-dealer and (iv) is acquiring the New Notes in the
ordinary course of such holder's business.  Based on the prior interpretive
letters, no broker-dealer may resell or otherwise transfer New Notes issued
pursuant to the Exchange Offer without complying with the registration
requirements of the Securities Act, unless (a) such broker-dealer is holding
Old Notes only as nominee, or (b) (i) such broker-dealer acquired the Old
Notes for its own account as a result of market-making or other trading
activities and undertakes to satisfy certain conditions consistent with the
requirements of the Securities Act, including the delivery of a prospectus
which contains a plan of distribution with respect to such resale
transactions (such plan of distribution need not name the broker-dealer or
disclose the amount of New Notes held by the broker-dealer), and (ii) such
broker-dealer has not entered into any arrangement or understanding with the
Issuer or an affiliate of the Issuer to distribute the New Notes received
pursuant to the Exchange Offer.  If any Holder of Old Notes does not satisfy
any of the foregoing conditions, such holder may not be entitled to rely on
the previously issued interpretive letters.

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                             PROSPECTUS SUMMARY

     The following summary is qualified in its entirety by the more detailed
information appearing elsewhere in this Prospectus.  Capitalized terms used
in this Prospectus are defined in the Glossary beginning on page 51 hereof.

                                 The Issuer

     On January 5, 1994, in a private placement transaction, the Issuer
issued and sold $70,000,000 aggregate principal amount of Old Notes.
Proceeds from the issuance of the Old Notes were used to purchase two secured
promissory notes issued by two special purpose Massachusetts limited
partnerships, CRC-I and CRC-II, in the principal amounts of $30,172,952 and
$39,827,048, from CRC-I and CRC-II, respectively (the "CRC-I Note" and the
"CRC-II Note", respectively; collectively, the "CRC Notes").  The Issuer is
making the Exchange Offer to satisfy its obligations under the Registration
Rights Agreement, which requires the Issuer to use its best efforts to effect
the Exchange Offer.  The Issuer will not receive any additional proceeds from
the offering of the New Notes.

                             The Exchange Offer

Securities Offered . . . . . . .   Up to $70,000,000 aggregate principal
                                   amount of Series B 9.75% Senior Secured
                                   Notes due November 1, 2003.

The Exchange Offer . . . . . . .   The New Notes are being offered in exchange
                                   for a like principal amount of the Old
                                   Notes.  The issuance of the New Notes is
                                   intended to satisfy the obligations of the
                                   Issuer under the terms of the Registration
                                   Rights Agreement.  The New Notes are
                                   substantially identical to the Old Notes
                                   except that the New Notes will be
                                   registered under the Securities Act.

Expiration Date;
  No Withdrawal Rights . . . . .   The Exchange Offer will expire at midnight,
                                   New York City time on _________, 1994 or
                                   such later date to which it is extended by
                                   the Issuer.  Old Notes tendered pursuant to
                                   the Exchange Offer and the Letter of
                                   Transmittal delivered herewith may not be
                                   withdrawn.

Accrued Interest on the
  New Notes. . . . . . . . . . .   The New Notes will bear interest from and
                                   including July 1, 1994 (the day after the
                                   last date for which interest will have been
                                   paid on the Old Notes prior to the
                                   exchange). Accordingly, Holders of Old
                                   Notes who receive New Notes in exchange for
                                   Old Notes will forego accrued but unpaid
                                   interest on their exchanged Old Notes for
                                   the period from and including July 1, 1994
                                   to the date of exchange, but will be
                                   entitled to such interest on the New Notes.

Conditions of the Exchange
  Offer. . . . . . . . . . . . .   The Exchange Offer is subject to the non-
                                   occurrence of certain events.  See "The
                                   Exchange Offer - Conditions to the Exchange
                                   Offer."

Procedures for Tendering
  Old Notes. . . . . . . . . . .   Each Holder of Old Notes wishing to accept
                                   the Exchange Offer must complete and sign
                                   the Letter of Transmittal, in accordance
                                   with the instructions contained therein,
                                   and submit the Old Notes, together with the
                                   Letter of Transmittal and any other
                                   documents required by the Letter of
                                   Transmittal, to the Exchange Agent
                                   identified below.  See "The Exchange Offer
                                   - Procedures for Tendering."

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Guaranteed Delivery
  Procedures . . . . . . . . . .   Holders of Old Notes who wish to tender
                                   their Old Notes and whose Old Notes are not
                                   immediately available or who cannot deliver
                                   their Old Notes and Letter of Transmittal
                                   or any other documents required by the
                                   Letter of Transmittal to the Exchange Agent
                                   prior to the Expiration Date, must tender
                                   their Old Notes according to the guaranteed
                                   delivery procedures set forth in "The
                                   Exchange Offer - Guaranteed Delivery
                                   Procedures."

Acceptance of Old Notes
  and Delivery of New Notes. . .   The Issuer will accept for exchange any and
                                   all Old Notes which are properly tendered
                                   in the Exchange Offer prior to midnight,
                                   New York City time, on the Expiration Date.
                                   The New Notes issued pursuant to the
                                   Exchange Offer will be delivered promptly
                                   following the Expiration Date.  See "The
                                   Exchange Offer - Acceptance of Old Notes
                                   for Exchange; Delivery of New Notes."

Dissenters' Rights . . . . . . .   Holders of Old Notes will not have
                                   dissenter's rights of appraisal in
                                   connection with the Exchange Offer.  See
                                   "Incorporation of Certain Foodmaker
                                   Documents by Reference;" "Management;" and
                                   "Ownership of Equity Securities."

Tax Consequences . . . . . . . .   See "Certain Federal Income Tax
                                   Consequences."

Exchange Agent. . . . .  . . . .   State Street Bank and Trust Company;
                                   telephone (617) 664-5608.  See "The
                                   Exchange Offer - Exchange Agent."
                                   Terms Of The New Notes

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                           Terms Of The New Notes

Issuer . . . . . . . . . . . . .   The Issuer is a special purpose corporation
                                   formed for purposes of issuing the Old
                                   Notes and the New Notes (for its own
                                   account and as agent acting on behalf of
                                   CRC-I and CRC-II) and purchasing the CRC
                                   Notes.

Issue Principal Amount . . . . .   Up to $70 million principal amount of
                                   senior secured notes.

Comparison with Old Notes. . . .   It is expected that the New Notes will be
                                   freely transferable under the Securities
                                   Act by Holders of New Notes who are not
                                   affiliates of the Issuer, subject to any
                                   restrictions on transfer imposed by state
                                   securities or "blue sky" laws and those
                                   described in "The Exchange Offer _ Resales
                                   of New Notes."  The Holders of Old Notes
                                   are currently entitled to certain
                                   registration rights pursuant to the
                                   Registration Rights Agreement.
                                   Consummation of the Exchange Offer will
                                   satisfy the Issuer's obligations
                                   thereunder, and Holders of Old Notes who do
                                   not exchange their Old Notes for New Notes
                                   will no longer be entitled to any
                                   registration rights and will not be able to
                                   reoffer, resell or otherwise dispose of
                                   their Old Notes, unless they are
                                   subsequently registered under the
                                   Securities Act, which the Issuer is not
                                   obligated under the Registration Rights
                                   Agreement to do, or unless an exemption
                                   from the registration requirements of the
                                   Securities Act is available.  See "The
                                   Exchange Offer - Purpose of the Exchange
                                   Offer."  The New Notes otherwise will be
                                   substantially identical in all respects to
                                   the Old Notes.

                                   To the extent that Holders of Old Notes do
                                   not participate in the Exchange Offer and
                                   Old Notes remain outstanding after the
                                   consummation of the Exchange Offer, any
                                   prepayments on the Notes would be made on a
                                   pro rata basis pursuant to the prepayment
                                   provisions contained in the Indenture.  In
                                   addition, Holders of New Notes and Old
                                   Notes, together ("Holders of Notes"), will
                                   have the voting and other rights described
                                   therein.

Maturity . . . . . . . . . . . .   November 1, 2003.

Interest Rate. . . . . . . . . .   9.75% per annum.

Priority . . . . . . . . . . . .   The New Notes will be senior secured
                                   indebtedness of the Issuer.

Interest Payment Dates . . . . .   Semi-annual on the first business day of
                                   each January and July, commencing on the
                                   first business day of January, 1995 and
                                   continuing through the first business day
                                   of July, 2003.  A final interest payment
                                   will also be due at Maturity.

Optional Prepayment. . . . . . .   Non-prepayable for five years after the
                                   date of issue of the Old Notes.  Thereafter
                                   prepayable at the option of the Lessee in
                                   the event of an "Early Termination" (i.e.,
                                   termination of the Lease and a reconveyance
                                   of the Deed of Trust) with respect to one
                                   or more of the Existing Assets (other than
                                   the Potential Existing Asset) or Construction
                                   Assets (other than Potential Construction
                                   Assets), as the case may be, pursuant to
                                   the CRC Leases and the CRC Notes at the
                                   following premiums: year six - 5.00%, year
                                   seven - 3.75%, year eight - 2.50%, year
                                   nine - 1.25%, year ten - 0.00%.  Any
                                   principal amounts prepaid are required to
                                   be credited against the payment due at the
                                   beginning of the tenth year.

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Amortization . . . . . . . . . .   Interest-only payments through year nine;
                                   by the beginning of year ten, 50% of the
                                   original Issue Principal Amount must have
                                   been repaid; the balance is due upon
                                   Maturity.

Collateral for Notes;
Guaranties . . . . . . . . . . .   The New Notes will be secured primarily by,
                                   among other things, the following
                                   (collectively, the "Note Collateral"):

                                   (1) The pledge by the Issuer to the Trustee
                                       of the CRC Notes and the CRC
                                       Collateral; and

                                   (2) A pledge of the Issuer's rights in and
                                       to the Collection Account, the
                                       Construction Account, the Sinking Fund
                                       Account and the Equity Collection
                                       Account (each as described in
                                       "Description of the Underlying
                                       Transactions - Construction Account -
                                       Collection, Administrative Expenses,
                                       Sinking Fund and Equity Collection
                                       Accounts") as well as certain other
                                       accounts to be maintained by the
                                       Trustee pursuant to the Indenture, and
                                       all funds held therein.

                                   The New Notes will also be fully and
                                   unconditionally guaranteed by each of CRC-I
                                   and CRC-II on a joint and several basis.
                                   These guaranties will be nonrecourse to the
                                   general partners of each of CRC-I and
                                   CRC-II.  One or both guarantors may be
                                   unable to satisfy their obligations under
                                   the guaranties if the guaranties are ever
                                   called upon, which could result in less
                                   than a full recovery under those
                                   circumstances.

CRC-I Note Collateral. . . . . .   The CRC-I Note is secured primarily by the
                                   following (collectively, the "CRC-I
                                   Collateral"):

                                   (1) An absolute assignment to the Issuer of
                                       CRC-I's rights as Lessor under the
                                       CRC-I Lease;

                                   (2) A first priority deed of trust in favor
                                       of the Issuer on CRC-I's rights in the
                                       Existing Assets under the Estates For
                                       Years, as acquired; and

                                   (3) A first priority deed of trust in favor
                                       of the Issuer on Foodmaker's
                                       reversionary rights in the Existing
                                       Assets, as acquired.

                                   The CRC-I Note is cross-collateralized with
                                   the CRC-II Collateral.

CRC-II Note Collateral . . . . .   The CRC-II Note is secured primarily by the
                                   following (collectively, the "CRC-II
                                   Collateral," and together with the CRC-I
                                   Collateral, the "CRC Collateral").

                                   (1) An absolute assignment to the Issuer of
                                       CRC-II's rights as Lessor under the
                                       CRC-II Lease;

                                   (2) A first priority deed of trust in favor
                                       of the Issuer on CRC-II's rights in the
                                       Construction Assets under the Estates
                                       For Years, as acquired; and

                                   (3) A first priority deed of trust in favor
                                       of the Issuer on Foodmaker's
                                       reversionary rights in the Construction
                                       Assets, as acquired.

                                   The CRC-II Note is cross-collateralized
                                   with the CRC-I Collateral.

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Payments of Principal and
Interest Prior to
Maturity; the Sinking
Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   The CRC Notes are interest-only through
                                   year nine with interest payments required
                                   semi-annually as described above.  In
                                   addition to the semi-annual interest
                                   payments, CRC-I and CRC-II must pay $25,000
                                   semi-annually through Maturity to fund
                                   certain administrative expenses.  Semi-
                                   annual sinking fund payments of $747,402
                                   through year nine, and earnings thereon,
                                   and a special sinking fund payment of
                                   $5,500,000 due the last business day of
                                   December 2002, will be collectively applied
                                   to pay a portion of the principal payment
                                   due at the beginning of year ten.  These
                                   sinking fund obligations will be reduced to
                                   the extent of an Early Termination.  See
                                   "Description of the Leases - Early
                                   Termination; Lease Modification."  All of
                                   these payments are expected to be covered
                                   by the Basic Rent and Special Rent payments
                                   to be made by Foodmaker under the CRC
                                   Leases.  See "Description of the Leases -
                                   Rental Rates."

                                   By the beginning of year ten, the
                                   outstanding balance of the Notes must be
                                   reduced to $35,000,000 or less.  The
                                   sinking fund will be applied at the
                                   beginning of year ten to reduce the
                                   outstanding debt, and CRC-I and CRC-II will
                                   be obligated to make an additional
                                   principal payment equal to the difference
                                   between $35,000,000 and the balance in the
                                   sinking fund.  This additional principal
                                   payment is required to be covered by the
                                   special rent payments and the purchase
                                   price payable under the rejectable offer
                                   required to be made by Foodmaker under the
                                   CRC Leases not less than 120 nor more than
                                   270 days prior to the first business day of
                                   January, 2003 (the "Year Nine Termination
                                   Date") (the "Year Nine Offer").  A failure
                                   to satisfy the Issuer's sinking fund
                                   obligations would constitute an Event of
                                   Default under the Indenture.  See
                                   "Description of the Leases - Rejectable
                                   Offer Requirements."

                                   After the payment due at the beginning of
                                   year ten, as described above, CRC-I and CRC-
                                   II are required to make one additional semi-
                                   annual payment on the first business day of
                                   July, 2003 of interest only and $25,000 to
                                   fund certain administrative expenses, and
                                   upon Maturity must pay the remaining
                                   principal balance plus accrued interest
                                   plus a final $25,000 payment for
                                   administrative expenses.  These payments
                                   are required to be covered by the Basic
                                   Rent payable by Foodmaker under the CRC
                                   Leases plus the rejectable offer required
                                   to be made by Foodmaker under the CRC
                                   Leases at Maturity (the "Termination Date
                                   Rejectable Offer").  See "Description of
                                   the Leases - Rejectable Offer
                                   Requirements."

Certain Covenants. . . . . . . .   The Indenture pursuant to which the New
                                   Notes will be issued restricts, among other
                                   things, the incurrence of additional
                                   indebtedness, the use of proceeds from the
                                   sale and issuance of the Old Notes, the
                                   creation of certain liens, transactions
                                   with affiliates, the engagement in any
                                   business or activity other than that
                                   expressly permitted by the Indenture, in
                                   each case by the Issuer, and the merger or
                                   consolidation of the Issuer or the transfer
                                   of any part of the Trust Estate, except as
                                   expressly permitted by the Indenture.  See
                                   "Description of New Notes - Certain
                                    Covenants."

                                   For more complete information regarding the
                                   New Notes, see "Description of New Notes."

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                         The Underlying Transactions

     The following is a summary description of the transactions underlying
the Exchange Offer.  On January 5, 1994, in a private placement transaction,
the Issuer issued and sold $70,000,000 aggregate principal amount of Old
Notes.  The Issuer used the proceeds from the sale of the Old Notes to
purchase the CRC Notes.  The proceeds from the purchase of the CRC Notes were
used by CRC-I and CRC-II to enable each of them to acquire from Foodmaker
estates for years to expire on November 30, 2028 (the "Estates For Years,"
individually, an "Estate For Years") in:  (1) in the case of CRC-I, 38
existing Jack In The Box restaurants (the "Existing Assets"), and (2) in the
case of CRC-II, four existing Jack In The Box restaurants and approximately
34 to-be-constructed Jack In The Box restaurants (collectively, the
"Construction Assets") subject to Foodmaker's right of substitution, as
described in "Description of the Leases - Right of Substitution."  The
locations of the Existing Assets, including those Existing Assets to which
Foodmaker has not yet acquired fee title (the "Potential Existing Asset")
and the locations of the Construction Assets, including those Construction
Assets to which Foodmaker has not yet acquired fee title (the "Potential
Construction Assets;" individually, a "Potential Construction Asset"), are
identified in "Description of the Underlying Transactions - Schedule of
Properties."

     Pursuant to a Note Purchase Agreement between the Issuer and CRC-I, a
portion of the proceeds from the sale of the Old Notes was used to purchase
the CRC-I Note, issued by CRC-I in the principal amount of $30,172,952, for a
purchase price equal to $28,633,100 (the "CRC-I Note Purchase Price").
Pursuant to a Note Purchase Agreement between the Issuer and CRC-II, a
portion of the proceeds from the sale of the Old Notes was used to purchase
the CRC-II Note, issued by CRC-II in the principal amount of $39,827,048, for
a purchase price equal to $37,794,505 (the "CRC-II Note Purchase Price").
The purchase price for each of the CRC Notes has been disbursed in full;
however, a portion of the purchase price for each such note has been held as
collateral security for the Notes by the Trustee acting on behalf of the
Holders of Notes, pursuant to the terms of the Indenture, to be released by
the Trustee to Foodmaker from time to time (a) in the case of the Potential
Existing Asset, as soon as Foodmaker has acquired fee title thereto and
conveyed an Estate For Years therein to CRC-I and all other conditions
contained in the Indenture to the release of the portion of the CRC-I Note
Purchase Price allocable thereto have been satisfied, and (b) in the case of
the Potential Construction Assets, as soon as Foodmaker has acquired fee
title thereto and conveyed an Estate for Years therein to CRC-II and all
other conditions contained in the Indenture to the release of the portion of
the CRC-II Note Purchase Price allocable thereto have been satisfied.

     Concurrently with the acquisition by CRC-I of the Estate For Years in
the Existing Assets (other than the Potential Existing Asset), CRC-I leased
such Existing Assets to Foodmaker pursuant to a long-term, triple-net master
lease (the "CRC-I Lease").  Similarly, concurrently with the acquisition by
CRC-II of the Estate For Years in the Construction Assets (other than the
Potential Construction Assets), CRC-II leased such Construction Assets to
Foodmaker pursuant to a long-term, triple-net master lease (the "CRC-II
Lease").  As CRC-I acquires the Estates For Years in the Potential Existing
Assets, upon the acquisition by Foodmaker of the fee interest in the
locations thereof (subject to Foodmaker's right of substitution as it relates
to the Potential Existing Asset, as described in "Description of the Leases
- - Right of Substitution"), the CRC-I Lease will be amended to subject such
Potential Existing Asset to the CRC-I Lease.  Likewise, as CRC-II acquires
the Estates For Years in the Potential Construction Assets, upon the
acquisition by Foodmaker of the fee interest in the locations thereof
(subject to Foodmaker's right of substitution as it relates to the Potential
Construction Assets, as described in "Description of the Leases - Right of
Substitution"), the CRC-II Lease will be amended to subject such Potential
Construction Assets to the CRC-II Lease.  Each of the CRC Leases will have an
initial term expiring on November 1, 2003 (the "Basic Term").

     Since January 5, 1994, Foodmaker has been responsible for rental
payments on all of the Existing Assets (including the Potential Existing
Asset) under the CRC-I Lease regardless of whether CRC-I has acquired the
Estate For Years therein or whether all other conditions to the release of
the portions of the CRC-I Note Purchase Price allocable thereto have been
satisfied.  Since January 5, 1994, Foodmaker has also been responsible for
rental payments on each Construction Asset (including the Potential
Construction Assets) under the CRC-II Lease regardless of whether each
Construction Asset has been acquired and/or construction has been completed
by Foodmaker and whether CRC-II has acquired an Estate For Years therein or
whether all other conditions to the release of the portion of the CRC-II Note
Purchase Price allocable thereto have been satisfied.  As more fully
described in the "Description of the Underlying

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Transactions," the aggregate payments required to be made by Foodmaker
under the CRC-I Lease and the CRC-II Lease should be sufficient to pay
interest and principal on the Notes by the end of the Basic Term.

     The CRC Leases require Foodmaker to make the Year Nine Offer not less
than 120 nor more than 270 days prior to the Year Nine Termination Date and
to purchase from CRC-I and CRC-II the Estates For Years in certain Properties
designated by Foodmaker in the Year Nine Offer in the minimum amount of $12
million (subject to Foodmaker's rights of Early Termination, see "Description
of the Leases - Early Termination; Lease Modification") which amount, when
added to the then existing balance in a sinking fund which Foodmaker is
required to fund on a semi-annual basis and at the end of year nine, pursuant
to the terms of the Leases, would be sufficient to liquidate 50% of the then
outstanding principal balance of the Notes.  The CRC Leases also require
Foodmaker to make the Termination Date Rejectable Offer not less than 120 nor
more than 270 days prior to the last day of the Basic Term and to purchase
CRC-I's and CRC-II's Estates For Years in the remaining Properties in an
amount at least equal to the then outstanding principal balance of the Notes.
Said Rejectable Offer amounts will be reduced to the extent there is an Early
Termination, or in the event Foodmaker exercises its option to purchase
CRC-I's or CRC-II's Estate For Years in any of the Properties, in each case
pursuant to the CRC Leases and as described in the "Description of the
Leases."  In order for CRC-I or CRC-II to reject either such Rejectable
Offer, CRC-I or CRC-II must deliver to the Trustee the principal balance of
the Notes allocable to the Properties as to which such Rejectable Offer has
been made, less the amount available in the sinking fund.  See "Description
of the Leases - Rejectable Offer Requirements."

     As collateral security for the CRC-I Note, CRC-I has granted to the
Issuer a security interest in and lien upon the CRC-I Collateral and CRC-II
has granted to the Issuer a security interest in and lien upon the CRC-II
Collateral.  Similarly, as collateral security for the CRC-II Note, CRC-II
has granted to the Issuer a security interest in and lien upon the CRC-II
Collateral and CRC-I has granted to the Issuer a security interest in and
lien upon the CRC-I Collateral.  The CRC-I Note and the CRC-II Note and the
CRC Collateral therefor has been pledged and assigned to the Trustee for the
benefit of Holders of Notes.  In addition, each of CRC-I and CRC-II has
executed and delivered to the Trustee a guaranty of the Notes (the "CRC-I
Guaranty" and the "CRC-II Guaranty," respectively), which guaranties are
nonrecourse to the general partners of each of CRC-I and CRC-II.

     Foodmaker owns, operates and franchises the Jack In The Box restaurant
concept.  Jack In The Box, with system-wide sales of approximately $1 billion
in fiscal 1993, has restaurants located principally in the Western and
Southwestern United States.  In addition, Foodmaker owns approximately 40% of
Family Restaurants, Inc., the operator of 357 full service family restaurants
located primarily in California and parts of the Southwest under the Carrow's
and Coco's formats and 307 full service Mexican restaurants nationwide
operated under the Chi-Chi's, El Torito and Casa Gallardo names at March 27,
1994.

                                Risk Factors

     Prospective purchasers of the New Notes offered hereby should consider
the information set forth under "Risk Factors," as well as the other
information set forth in this Prospectus.

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                             Transaction Schematic

Narrative of graphical information presented in the Prospectus.

A diagram is presented illustrating the following activities:

     Foodmaker, Inc.:
          Sale of Estate for Years on Ex. Assets to CRC-I
          Sale of Estate for Years on Con. Assets to CRC-II
          Semi-Annual Lease Payments to Indenture Trustee

     CRC-I Special-Purpose Entity (Ex. Assets) (1)(2):
          CRC-I Note sold to Issuer and CRC-I Collateral assigned to Issuer
          CRC-I Guaranty provided to Indenture Trustee
          10-Year Lease of Ex. Assets to Foodmaker

     CRC-II Special-Purpose Entity (Con. Assets) (1)(3):
          CRC-II Note sold to Issuer and CRC-II Collateral assigned to Issuer
          CRC-II Guaranty provided to Indenture Trustee
          10-Year Lease of Con. Assets to Foodmaker

     Issuer (1):
          Sell Notes to Noteholders
          Purchase of CRC-I Note from CRC-I
          Purchase of CRC-II Note from CRC-II
          Assignment of CRC-I Note, CRC-II Note and Collateral Therefor to
          Indendure Trustee

     Indenture Trustee:
          Semi-Annual Payments of Principal and Interest to Noteholders
          Makes Residual Payments to Issuer

     Noteholders:
          Notes Proceeds Remitted to Issuer


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(1)  The Designated Officer is the sole officer of each of these entities or
     its corporate general partner.  The Designated Officer and the
     Independent Director are the directors of each of these entities or its
     corporate general partner.  See "Description of the Underlying
     Transactions - Corporate Governance."

(2)  "Ex. Assets" refers to the Existing Assets (including the Potential
      Existing Asset).

(3)  "Con. Assets" refers to the Construction Assets (including the Potential
      Construction Assets).
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                                RISK FACTORS

     In addition to the other information set forth elsewhere in this
Prospectus, prospective investors should carefully consider the following
risk factors.

Consequences of a Foodmaker Bankruptcy

     In the event a bankruptcy case is instituted by or against Foodmaker
under Title 11 of the United States Code (the "Bankruptcy Code"), Foodmaker
(assuming that the CRC Leases are treated as true leases as discussed below),
as debtor-in-possession, or its trustee in bankruptcy, would have the right,
subject to bankruptcy court approval, to assume or reject the Leases.
Pending the assumption or rejection of the Leases, it is possible that some
or all of the payments under the Leases may be interrupted or delayed for a
significant period of time.  This would interrupt or delay payments on the
Notes.  Although the Leases have been entered into in composite form with
respect to each leased Construction Asset and/or leased Existing Asset (a
"Leased Property;" collectively, the "Leased Properties"), it is possible
that Foodmaker, as debtor-in-possession, or its trustee in bankruptcy, would
assert the right to assume the Leases with respect to certain of such Leased
Properties while rejecting the Leases with respect to other Leased
Properties.  Alternatively, Foodmaker, as debtor-in-possession, or its
trustee in bankruptcy, might assert a right to treat the obligations of
Foodmaker to make the Rejectable Offer during year nine and at the end of the
Basic Term of the Leases, as in the nature of a purchase obligation separate
from its lease obligations and which could be assumed or rejected in
bankruptcy separately from the lease obligations.

     If any Lease were rejected, payments thereunder would terminate, leaving
the applicable Lessor without cash flow to make payments on the Notes.  In
the event a Lease was rejected, the applicable Lessor (and by virtue of the
Indenture, the Trustee) would have an administrative priority claim for the
unpaid post-bankruptcy rental value of the Leased Properties used by the
Lessee and an unsecured non-priority claim for damages against Foodmaker's
bankruptcy estate but, under Section 502(b)(6) of the Bankruptcy Code, such
claim would be limited to an amount equal to the rent reserved under such
Lease, without acceleration, for the greater of one year or 15% (not to
exceed three years) of the remaining term of the Lease (plus pre-bankruptcy
rent already due but unpaid); if either Rejectable Offer obligation is not
treated as a separate obligation from the applicable Lease, such limitation
could also apply to the damages recoverable for a breach of such Rejectable
Offer obligation.  By contrast, this limitation under Section 502(b)(6) would
not apply to holders of debt securities issued by Foodmaker.  Therefore, if
Foodmaker were the subject of proceedings under the Bankruptcy Code and any
Lease were rejected, the damages that could be claimed for rejection, even
assuming full recovery on such claim (which may not occur), would not be
sufficient to repay the Notes.

     If Foodmaker assumes the Leases, it would be required to cure or provide
adequate assurances that it would promptly cure any defaults, compensate or
provide adequate assurances that it will promptly compensate for any actual
pecuniary loss caused by such default, and provide adequate assurances of
future performance.  Foodmaker also may have the right in a bankruptcy to
assume and assign the Leases without the applicable Lessor's consent, and be
relieved of liability therefor, but only if adequate assurance of future
performance by the assignee is provided.

     Moreover, it is possible that a bankruptcy court could treat the
transactions described herein including the Leases not as a leasing
transaction but instead as a secured loan to Foodmaker, in which case the
bankruptcy court could permit Foodmaker to use or dispose of the Leased
Properties, subject to providing "adequate protection" (such as a lien on,
substitute collateral) to the applicable Lessor without the applicable
Lessor's consent and/or the consent of the Trustee and/or the Holders of
Notes, and to modify and to adversely affect the rights of the applicable
Lessor and/or the Trustee and/or the Holders of Notes, including reduction of
the secured amount and modification of the timing of payments that would
otherwise have been payable by Foodmaker under the Leases (in such event,
however, the above-described limitation under Section 502(b)(6) of the
Bankruptcy Code would not be applicable) and limitations on damages
recoverable by a landlord for a tenant's breach of a lease.  The
characterization of the transaction as a secured loan to Foodmaker could also
arise under applicable non-bankruptcy law.  In case the transaction is viewed
as a secured loan, the remedies available to the Lessors would be those of a
secured creditor, not a landlord.  If the applicable Lessor is treated as a
secured creditor without a power of sale, the only remedy may be to foreclose
judicially even in states which permit non-judicial foreclosure.

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     In the event a bankruptcy case is instituted by or against Foodmaker
under the Bankruptcy Code, Foodmaker, as debtor-in-possession, or its trustee
in bankruptcy would also have the right, subject to bankruptcy court
approval, to reject the Estates For Years in the Leased Properties granted to
the applicable Lessor in which case the applicable Lessor would have an
election either to pursue an unsecured nonpriority claim for damages against
Foodmaker's bankruptcy estate or to remain in possession of the Leased
Properties for the balance of the term of the Estates For Years.  It is not
certain that the Leases would survive such a rejection, in which case
payments on the Notes could be discontinued.  In addition, it is possible
that Foodmaker, as debtor-in-possession, or its trustee in bankruptcy, would
assert ownership interests in the various accounts established pursuant to
the Indenture and that Foodmaker would have the right to use such accounts
subject to providing adequate protection to the Trustee and/or the Holders of
Notes.

     The occurrence of any of the foregoing events may have a material
adverse effect on the Holders of Notes.

Management of the Properties Following Termination of the Leases

     The transaction documents from the underlying transactions do not
include obligations on the part of Foodmaker to continue to operate the
Leased Properties on behalf of the Issuer, CRC-I or CRC-II as Jack In The Box
restaurants after any termination of the Leases, nor are the Trustee or the
Holders of Notes granted any special franchise, license or similar
arrangements to use the Jack In The Box name or other trademarks or to
receive any other services from Foodmaker in connection with the operation of
a restaurant chain.

New Locations

     At June 30, 1994, 20 of the Properties involved or expected to be
involved in the underlying transactions are Properties on which construction
of a Jack In The Box restaurant has not yet been completed or, in some cases,
started.  The terms of the Leases do not require Foodmaker to begin or to
complete construction on such Properties by any specified date.  In the event
a default was declared on the Notes and the Trustee was required to foreclose
on such Properties prior to the commencement or completion of the
contemplated construction, the value of the Properties held by the Trustee as
security for the Notes likely would be adversely affected by their incomplete
state.  Difficulties or delays related to the construction process with
respect to one or more of such Properties could extend the period during
which these Properties are subject to such risk.  In addition, the lack of
operating history of some of the restaurants could adversely affect the
market value of the related Properties.

Food Service Industry

     Food service businesses are often affected by changes in consumer
tastes, national, regional, and local economic conditions, demographic
trends, traffic patterns, and the type, number and location of competing
restaurants.  Multi-unit food service chains such as Foodmaker can also be
substantially adversely affected by publicity resulting from food quality,
illness, injury, or other health concerns or operating issues stemming from
one store or a limited number of stores.  Dependence on frequent deliveries
of fresh produce also subjects food service businesses such as Foodmaker to
the risk that shortages or interruptions in supply caused by adverse weather
or other conditions could adversely affect the availability, quality and cost
of ingredients.  In addition, factors such as inflation, increased food,
labor, and employee benefits costs, regional weather conditions, and the
unavailability of experienced management and hourly employees may also
adversely affect the food service industry in general and Foodmaker's results
of operations and financial condition in particular.

Lack of Public Market

     Although Old Notes are eligible for trading in the Private Offerings,
Resales and Trading through Automated Linkages Market ("PORTAL"), there is
currently no established trading market for New Notes, and the Issuer has
taken no steps and does not intend to take steps to facilitate any public
trading market for New Notes.  There can be no assurance that a market for
New Notes will develop.  If a market for New Notes should develop, no
assurance can be given as to the liquidity of any such market, and New Notes
could trade at a substantial discount from their initial issue price.

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                             THE EXCHANGE OFFER

Purpose of the Exchange Offer

     The Exchange Offer is designed to provide Holders of Old Notes with an
opportunity to acquire New Notes which, unlike the Old Notes, will be freely
tradable at all times, subject to any restrictions on transfer imposed by
state securities or "blue sky" laws; provided, however, that the Holder of
Old Notes is (i) not an affiliate or promoter of the Issuer within the
meaning of the Securities Act, (ii) represents that the New Notes are being
acquired in the ordinary course of business of such holder, and (iii) is not
engaged in, and does not intend to engage in, a distribution of the New
Notes.

     The outstanding Old Notes, in the aggregate principal amount of
$70 million, were originally issued and sold on January 5, 1994.  The
original sale to the Initial Purchasers was not registered under the
Securities Act in reliance upon the exemption provided by Section 4(2) of the
Securities Act.  The Old Notes may not be reoffered, resold, or transferred
other than pursuant to a registration statement filed pursuant to the
Securities Act or unless an exemption from the registration requirements of
the Securities Act is available.

     Pursuant to Rule 144 promulgated under the Securities Act, Old Notes may
generally be resold (a) commencing two years after the date of original
issuance, in an amount up to, for any three-month period, the greater of 1%
of the Old Notes then outstanding or the average weekly trading volume of the
Old Notes during the four calendar weeks immediately preceding the filing of
the required notice of sale with the Commission and (b) commencing three
years after the date of original issuance, in any amount and otherwise
without restriction by a Holder of Old Notes who is not, and has not been for
the preceding 90 days, an affiliate of the Issuer.  The Old Notes are
eligible for trading on PORTAL, and may be resold to certain Qualified
Institutional Buyers pursuant to Rule 144A promulgated under the Securities
Act.  Certain other exemptions may also be available under other provisions
of the federal securities laws for the resale of the Old Notes.

     In connection with the original sale of the Old Notes, the Issuer
entered into the Registration Rights Agreement, pursuant to which it agreed
to file with the Commission a registration statement covering the exchange by
the Issuer of New Notes for Old Notes in a transaction designed to provide
Holders of Old Notes with identical New Notes that, with certain limitations,
will be freely tradable.  The Registration Rights Agreement provides that the
Issuer, Foodmaker, CRC-I and CRC-II will (i) cause to be filed with the
Commission as soon as practicable after the date thereof, but in no event
later than May 4, 1994, a registration statement with respect to an offer by
the Issuer to each Holder of Old Notes of the opportunity to exchange their
Old Notes for New Notes, and (ii) use their best efforts to cause (A) such
registration statement to be declared effective, and (B) New Notes to be
delivered to the Registrar under the Indenture for delivery to all Holders of
Old Notes who have tendered Old Notes pursuant to an offer by the Issuer to
each Holder of Old Notes of the opportunity to exchange their Old Notes for
New Notes on or prior to September 4, 1994.  The Issuer, Foodmaker, CRC-I and
CRC-II are required to keep the registration statement relating to the
Exchange Offer continuously effective for a period of not less than the
period required under applicable federal and state securities laws; provided,
however, that (i) the Exchange Offer is required to remain open, and (ii) the
registration statement relating to the Exchange Offer is required to remain
continuously effective for a period of at least 20 consecutive business days.
In addition, under certain circumstances the Issuer may be required to file a
shelf registration statement covering the Old Notes and to use its best
efforts to cause such registration statement to be declared effective.

     In the event that:  (a) the Registration Statement or, if required, a
shelf registration statement is not filed on or prior to May 4, 1994 (the
"Filing Date"); (b) the Exchange Offer is not consummated on or prior to
September 4, 1994 (the "Consummation Date") or the shelf registration
statement, if required, is not declared effective on or prior to August 4,
1994 (the "Effective Date"); (c) in the case of a shelf registration
statement, if required, the Commission issues a stop order suspending the
effectiveness of such shelf registration statement prior to the date which is
one year from the date on which such shelf registration statement was
declared effective; or (d) any of the Issuer, Foodmaker, CRC-I or CRC-II, for
the third time, notifies or is required to give notice of the happening of
any event that makes any statement in the shelf registration statement, if
required, untrue in any material respect or that requires the making of any
changes in such shelf registration statement, if any, so that it will not
contain any untrue statement of material fact or omit to state any material
fact required to be stated therein, then the Lessee will be required to pay,
or cause to be paid, in addition to amounts otherwise due under the Indenture
and the Old Notes, as liquidated damages, and not as a penalty, to each
Holder

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of Notes, an additional amount equal to (a) for each weekly period
beginning on the Filing Date and until the Consummation Date or the Effective
Date, as applicable, $.05 per week per $1,000 principal amount of the Old
Notes held by such holder and (b) for each weekly period commencing on the
Consummation Date or the Effective Date, as applicable, or thereafter, an
additional amount equal to $.10 per week per $1,000 principal amount of Old
Notes held by such holder; provided, however, that such liquidated damages
will, in each case, cease to accrue on the date on which the Issuer's
obligations with respect to the Exchange Offer or the shelf registration
statement, as applicable, are satisfied.

     The staff of the Division of Corporation Finance of the Commission has
issued certain interpretive letters that concluded, in circumstances similar
to those contemplated by the Exchange Offer, that new debt securities issued
in a registered exchange for outstanding debt securities, which new
securities are intended to be substantially identical to the securities for
which they are exchanged, may be offered for resale, resold and otherwise
transferred by the holders thereof (other than any holder that is an
affiliate of the issuer or a broker-dealer) without compliance with the
registration and prospectus delivery provisions of the Securities Act,
provided that the new securities are acquired in the ordinary course of such
holders' business and such holders have no arrangement with any person to
participate in the distribution of the new securities.  See "- Resales of New
Notes."  The Issuer has not requested or obtained an interpretive letter from
the staff of the Division of Corporation Finance with respect to this
Exchange Offer.  By delivering the Letter of Transmittal, a Holder of Old
Notes tendering Old Notes for exchange will represent and warrant to the
Issuer that the Holder of Old Notes is acquiring the New Notes in the
ordinary course of its business and that the Holder of Old Notes is not
engaged in, and does not intend to engage in, a distribution of the New
Notes.  Any Holder of Old Notes using the Exchange Offer to participate in a
distribution of the New Notes to be acquired in the Exchange Offer must
comply with the registration and prospectus delivery requirements of the
Securities Act in connection with a secondary resale transaction.  Holders of
Old Notes who do not exchange their Old Notes pursuant to this Exchange Offer
will continue to hold Old Notes that are subject to restrictions on transfer.

     It is expected that the New Notes will be freely transferable by the
Holders of New Notes subject to the limitations described in the immediately
preceding paragraph and in "- Resales of New Notes."  Sales of New Notes
acquired in the Exchange Offer by Holders of New Notes who are "affiliates"
of the Issuer within the meaning of the Securities Act will be subject to
certain limitations on resale under Rule 144 of the Securities Act.  Such
persons will only be entitled to sell New Notes in compliance with the volume
limitations set forth in Rule 144, and sales of New Notes by affiliates will
be subject to certain Rule 144 requirements as to the manner of sale, notice
and the availability of current public information regarding the Issuer.  The
foregoing is a summary only of Rule 144 as it may apply to affiliates of the
Issuer.  Any such persons must consult their own legal counsel for advice as
to any restrictions that might apply to the resale of their New Notes.

     The New Notes otherwise will be identical in all respects (including
interest rate, maturity, security and restrictive covenants) to the Old Notes
for which they may be exchanged pursuant to this Exchange Offer.

Terms of the Exchange Offer

     Upon the terms and subject to the conditions set forth herein and in the
accompanying Letter of Transmittal, the Issuer will exchange $50,000
principal amount of New Notes for each $50,000 principal amount of its
outstanding Old Notes.  New Notes will be issued only in integral multiples
of $50,000 to each tendering Holder of Old Notes whose Old Notes are accepted
in the Exchange Offer.

     The New Notes will bear interest from and including July 1, 1994 (the
day after the last date for which interest will have been paid on the Old
Notes prior to the exchange).  Accordingly, Holders of Old Notes who receive
New Notes in exchange for Old Notes will forego accrued but unpaid interest
on their exchanged Old Notes for the period from and including July 1, 1994
to the date of exchange, but will be entitled to such interest under the New
Notes.

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     As of July 11, 1994, $70,000,000 aggregate principal amount of Old
Notes was outstanding.  This Prospectus and the Letter of Transmittal are
being sent to all registered Holders of Old Notes.  Tendering Holders of Old
Notes will not be required to pay brokerage commissions or fees or, subject
to the instructions in the Letter of Transmittal, transfer taxes with respect
to the exchange of Old Notes pursuant to the Exchange Offer.  Foodmaker will
pay all charges and expenses, other than certain transfer taxes which may be
imposed, in connection with the Exchange Offer.  See "- Payment of Expenses."

     Holders of Old Notes do not have any appraisal or dissenters' rights
under the Delaware General Corporation Law in connection with the Exchange
Offer.

Expiration Date; Extensions; Termination

     The Exchange Offer will expire at midnight, New York City time, on
______________, 1994 (the "Expiration Date"), subject to extension by the
Issuer by notice to the Exchange Agent as herein provided.  The Issuer
reserves the right to extend the Exchange Offer at its discretion, in which
event the term "Expiration Date" shall mean the time and date on which the
Exchange Offer as so extended shall expire. The Issuer shall notify the
Exchange Agent of any extension by oral or written notice prior to 9:00 A.M.,
New York City time, on the next business day after the previously scheduled
Expiration Date.  The rights reserved by the Issuer in this paragraph are in
addition to the Issuer's rights set forth below under the caption "-
Conditions to the Exchange Offer."

Procedures for Tendering

     The acceptance by Holders of Old Notes of the Exchange Offer pursuant to
one of the procedures set forth below will constitute an agreement between
such Holder of Old Notes and the Issuer in accordance with the terms and
subject to the conditions set forth herein and in the Letter of Transmittal.

     To be tendered effectively, the Old Notes, together with the properly
completed Letter of Transmittal (or facsimile thereof), executed by the
registered Holder of Old Notes, and any other documents required by the
Letter of Transmittal, must be received by the Exchange Agent at the address
set forth below prior to midnight, New York City time, on the Expiration
Date.  LETTERS OF TRANSMITTAL AND OLD NOTES SHOULD NOT BE SENT TO THE ISSUER.

     Signatures on a Letter of Transmittal must be guaranteed unless the Old
Notes tendered pursuant thereto are tendered (i) by a registered Holder of
Old Notes who has not completed the box entitled "Special Issuance and
Delivery Instructions" on the Letter of Transmittal or (ii) for the account
of any firm that is a member of a registered national securities exchange or
a member of the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. or a
commercial bank or trust company having an office in the United States (an
"Eligible Institution").  In the event that signatures on a Letter of
Transmittal are required to be guaranteed, such guarantee must be by an
Eligible Institution.

     If the Letter of Transmittal is signed by a person other than a
registered Holder of Old Notes, such Old Note must be endorsed or accompanied
by appropriate bond powers, in either case signed exactly as the name or
names of such registered holder or holders appear on the Old Notes.  If the
Letter of Transmittal or any Old Notes or bond powers are signed by trustees,
executors, administrators, guardians, attorneys-in-fact, officers of
corporations or others acting in a fiduciary or representative capacity, such
persons should so indicate when signing, and, unless waived by the Issuer,
proper evidence satisfactory to the Issuer of their authority to so act must
be submitted.

     All questions as to the validity, form, eligibility (including time of
receipt) and acceptance of tendered Old Notes will be resolved by the Issuer,
whose determination will be final and binding.  The Issuer reserves the
absolute right to reject any or all tenders that are not in proper form or
the acceptance of which would, in the opinion of counsel for the Issuer, be
unlawful.  The Issuer also reserves the right to waive any irregularities or
conditions of tender as to particular Old Notes.  The Issuer's interpretation
of the terms and conditions of the Exchange Offer (including the instructions
in the Letter of Transmittal) will be final and binding.  Unless waived, any
irregularities in connection with tenders must be cured within such time as
the Issuer shall determine.  Neither the Issuer nor the Exchange Agent shall
be under any duty to give notification of defects in such tenders or shall
incur liabilities for failure to give such notification.  Tenders of Old

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Notes will not be deemed to have been made until such irregularities
have been cured or waived.  Any Old Notes received by the Exchange Agent that
are not properly tendered and as to which the irregularities have not been
cured or waived will be returned by the Exchange Agent to the tendering
Holder of Old Notes, unless otherwise provided in the Letter of Transmittal,
as soon as practicable following the Expiration Date.  The Issuer's
acceptance for payment of Old Notes tendered pursuant to the Exchange Offer
will constitute a binding agreement between the tendering person and the
Issuer upon the terms and subject to the conditions of the Exchange Offer.

     THE METHOD OF DELIVERY OF OLD NOTES AND OTHER DOCUMENTS TO THE EXCHANGE
AGENT IS AT THE ELECTION AND RISK OF THE HOLDER OF OLD NOTES, BUT IF DELIVERY
IS BY MAIL IT IS SUGGESTED THAT THE MAILING BE MADE SUFFICIENTLY IN ADVANCE
OF THE EXPIRATION DATE TO PERMIT DELIVERY TO THE EXCHANGE AGENT BEFORE THE
EXPIRATION DATE.

Guaranteed Delivery Procedures

     Holders of Old Notes who wish to tender their Old Notes and (i) whose
Old Notes are not immediately available, or (ii) who cannot deliver their Old
Notes, the Letter of Transmittal or any other required documents to the
Exchange Agent prior to the Expiration Date, may effect a tender if:

     (a)  The tender is made through an Eligible Institution (as defined in
the Indenture);

     (b)  Prior to the Expiration Date, the Exchange Agent receives from such
Eligible Institution a properly completed and duly executed Notice of
Guaranteed Delivery (by facsimile transmission, mail or hand delivery)
setting forth the name and address of the Holder of Old Notes, the
certificate number or numbers of such Old Notes and the principal amount of
Old Notes tendered, stating that the tender is being made thereby and
guaranteeing that, within five New York Stock Exchange trading days after the
Expiration Date, the Letter of Transmittal (or facsimile thereof) together
with the certificate(s) representing the Old Notes and any other documents
required by the Letter of Transmittal will be deposited by the Eligible
Institution with the Exchange Agent; and

     (c)  Such properly completed and executed Letter of Transmittal (or
facsimile thereof), as well as the certificate(s) representing all tendered
Old Notes in proper form for transfer and all other documents required by the
Letter of Transmittal are received by the Exchange Agent within five New York
Stock Exchange trading days after execution of the Notice of Guaranteed
Delivery.

     Upon request of the Exchange Agent, a Notice of Guaranteed Delivery will
be sent to Holders of Old Notes who wish to tender their Old Notes according
to the guaranteed delivery procedures set forth above.

Conditions to the Exchange Offer

     If, prior to the consummation of the Exchange Offer, (i) any of the
Issuer, Foodmaker, CRC-I or CRC-II determines, based on a written opinion of
independent counsel provided to the Trustee, that (A) the New Notes would
not, upon receipt, be transferable by each Holder of New Notes without
restriction under the Securities Act and the Exchange Act and without
material restrictions under applicable "blue sky" or state securities laws
(provided that such Holder of New Notes is not an affiliate of any of the
Issuer, Foodmaker, CRC-I or CRC-II, that such New Notes are acquired in the
ordinary course of such Holder of New Notes and such Holder of New Notes has
no arrangement with any person to participate in the distribution of such New
Notes), (B) the interests of the Holders of Old Notes, taken as a whole,
would be materially adversely affected by the consummation of an exchange
offer, or (C) the Commission is unlikely to permit the consummation of an
exchange offer, or (ii) the holders of at least a majority of the then
outstanding aggregate principal amount of the Old Notes request that the
Issuer, Foodmaker, CRC-I and CRC-II abstain from consummating an exchange
offer based upon a written opinion of independent counsel provided to the
Issuer, Foodmaker, CRC-I and CRC-II to the effect that either (A) the
participation of such Holders of Old Notes in an exchange offer is not
legally permitted, or (B) a court decision or administrative action may be
reasonably expected to have a material adverse effect on such Holders of Old
Notes in the event such holders participate in an exchange offer, (iii) a
request is made by any Holder of Old Notes for, and the Lessee fails to
deliver by the later of (x) the fifteenth day following such request or
(y) the fifteenth day

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following the Filing Date, an opinion of counsel reasonably acceptable
to such Holder of Old Notes that the exchange of Old Notes for New Notes
pursuant to the Exchange Offer will be a tax-free transaction for the
tendering Holders of Old Notes, or (iv) an exchange offer is not consummated
prior to September 5, 1994, then the Issuer must promptly deliver to the
Holders of Old Notes and the Trustee notice thereof (the "Exchange Offer
Termination Notice") and must thereafter, pursuant to the Registration Rights
Agreement, file with the Commission, and obtain the effectiveness of, a shelf
registration statement pursuant to which the Old Notes may be resold by the
holders thereof under the Securities Act.  If such shelf registration
statement is not filed on or prior to the Filing Date or is not declared
effective by the Commission on or prior to the Effective Date, then the
Issuer will be obligated to pay to Holders of Old Notes the liquidated
damages described above under "- Purpose of the Exchange Offer."

Acceptance of Old Notes for Exchange; Delivery of New Notes

     Upon the terms and subject to the conditions of the Exchange Offer, the
Issuer will accept all Old Notes validly tendered prior to midnight, New York
City time, on the Expiration Date.  The Issuer will deliver New Notes in
exchange for Old Notes promptly following the Expiration Date.

     For purposes of the Exchange Offer, the Issuer shall be deemed to have
accepted validly tendered Old Notes when, as and if the Issuer has given oral
or written notice thereof to the Exchange Agent.  The Exchange Agent will act
as agent for the tendering Holders of Old Notes for the purpose of receiving
the New Notes.  Under no circumstances will interest be paid by the Issuer or
the Exchange Agent by reason of any delay in making such payment or delivery.

     In all cases, delivery of New Notes in exchange for Old Notes tendered
and accepted for exchange pursuant to the Exchange Offer will be made only
after timely receipt by the Exchange Agent of (i) certificates for such Old
Notes or timely confirmation (a "Book-Entry Confirmation") of the book-entry
transfer of the Old Notes into the Exchange Agent's account at The Depositary
Trust Company (the "Book-Entry Transfer Facility"), pursuant to the
procedures set forth in "Procedures for Tendering" above, (ii) the Letter of
Transmittal (or facsimile thereof), properly completed and duly executed,
with any required signature guarantees, or an Agent's Message in connection
with a book-entry transfer, and (iii) any other documents required by the
Letter of Transmittal.

     If any tendered Old Notes are not accepted for exchange because of an
invalid tender, the occurrence of certain other events set forth herein or
otherwise, any such unaccepted Old Notes will be returned, at the Issuer's
expense, to the tendering Holder of Old Notes thereof as promptly as
practicable after the expiration or termination of the Exchange Offer.

Withdrawal Rights

     Tenders of Old Notes made pursuant to the Exchange Offer are irrevocable
and may not be withdrawn.

Exchange Agent

     State Street Bank and Trust Company (telephone (617) 664-5608) has been
appointed as Exchange Agent for the Exchange Offer.  All correspondence in
connection with the Exchange Offer and the Letter of Transmittal should be
addressed to the Exchange Agent as follows:

     By Hand:            By Mail:          By Overnight     By Facsimile
State Street Bank   State Street Bank        Express:
       and                 and          State Street Bank   (617) 664-5376
  Trust Company       Trust Company            and
 Corporate Trust     Corporate Trust      Trust Company
Window, 4th Floor       Department       Corporate Trust
Two International      P.O. Box 778         Department
      Place              Boston,        Two International
     Boston,          Massachusetts           Place
  Massachusetts           02102              Boston,
      02110           Attn:  Andrew       Massachusetts
  Attn:  Andrew          Sinasky              02110
     Sinasky                              Attn:  Andrew
                                             Sinasky

     Requests for additional copies of the Prospectus or the Letter of
Transmittal should be directed to the Exchange Agent or the Issuer.

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Payment of Expenses

     Foodmaker will reimburse the Exchange Agent for its reasonable
out-of-pocket expenses in connection with the Exchange Offer.  Foodmaker will
also pay all transfer taxes, if any, applicable to the exchange of Old Notes
pursuant to the Exchange Offer.  If, however, New Notes, or substitute Old
Notes for principal amounts not exchanged, are to be delivered to, or are to
be registered or issued in the name of, any person other than the registered
Holder of Old Notes tendered hereby, or if tendered Old Notes are registered
in the name of any person other than the person signing the Letter of
Transmittal, or if a transfer tax is imposed for any reason other than the
exchange of Old Notes pursuant to the Exchange Offer, the amount of any such
transfer taxes (whether imposed on the registered Holder of Old Notes or any
other person) will be payable by the tendering Holder of Old Notes.  If
satisfactory evidence of payment of such taxes or exemption therefrom is not
submitted herewith, the amount of such transfer taxes will be billed directly
to such tendering Holder of Old Notes.

     Foodmaker has not retained any dealer-manager or similar agent in
connection with the Exchange Offer and will not make any payments to brokers,
dealers or others for soliciting acceptances of the Exchange Offer.

Accounting Treatment

     The New Notes will be recorded at the same carrying value as the Old
Notes, which is the principal amount, as reflected in the Issuer's accounting
records on the date of the exchange.  Accordingly, no gain or loss for
accounting purposes will be recognized.  The expenses of the Exchange Offer
will be capitalized by Foodmaker for accounting purposes.

Resales of New Notes

     With respect to resales of New Notes, based on interpretive letters
previously issued by the staff of the Division of Corporation Finance of the
Commission to third parties, the Issuer believes that the New Notes issued
pursuant to the Exchange Offer may be offered for resale, resold and
otherwise transferred by any Holder of New Notes, without complying with the
registration and prospectus delivery provisions of the Securities Act,
provided that such holder (i) is not an "affiliate" or "promoter" (as such
terms are defined in Rule 405 under the Securities Act) of the Issuer,
(ii) is not participating in a distribution of the New Notes to be received
in the Exchange Offer, (iii) is not, except as noted below, a broker-dealer
and (iv) is acquiring the New Notes in the ordinary course of such holder's
business.  Based on the prior interpretive letters, no broker-dealer may
resell or otherwise transfer New Notes issued pursuant to the Exchange Offer
without complying with the registration requirements of the Securities Act,
unless (a) such broker-dealer is holding Old Notes only as nominee, or
(b)(i) such broker-dealer acquired the Old Notes for its own account as a
result of market-making or other trading activities and undertakes to satisfy
certain conditions consistent with the requirements of the Securities Act,
including the delivery of a prospectus which contains a plan of distribution
with respect to such resale transactions (such plan of distribution need not
name the broker-dealer or disclose the amount of New Notes held by the broker-
dealer), and (ii) such broker-dealer has not entered into any arrangement or
understanding with the Issuer or an affiliate of the Issuer to distribute the
New Notes received pursuant to the Exchange Offer.  If any Holder of Old
Notes does not satisfy any of the foregoing conditions, such holder may not
be entitled to rely on the previously issued interpretive letters.  If any
other Holder of Old Notes is deemed to be an "underwriter" within the meaning
of the Securities Act or acquires New Notes in the Exchange Offer for the
purpose of distributing or participating in a distribution of the New Notes,
such holder must comply with the registration and prospectus delivery
requirements of the Securities Act in connection with a secondary resale
transaction, unless an exemption from registration is otherwise available.
By tendering Old Notes into the Exchange Offer, registered Holders of Old
Notes represent to the Issuer, among other things, that (a) they are not
"affiliates" or "promoters" of the Issuer (as those terms are defined in
Rule 405 under the Securities Act), (b) they are not engaged in, do not
intend to engage in, and have no arrangement or understanding with any person
to participate in, a distribution of the New Notes to be issued in the
Exchange Offer, and (c) are acquiring the New Notes in the ordinary course of
business.

     Each broker-dealer that receives New Notes for its own account in
exchange for Old Notes must acknowledge that it will deliver a prospectus in
connection with any resale of such New Notes.

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                        USE OF PROCEEDS BY FOODMAKER


     Net proceeds received by Foodmaker from the sale of the Estates for
Years in the Existing Assets and Construction Assets were $66,427,605
($70,000,000 face amount less $1,092,000 in bond discount and fees and
expenses paid at closing totaling $2,480,395).  The net proceeds will be
utilized for the acquisition and construction of Jack In The Box restaurants
and related legal and other expenses.


                 SELECTED UNAUDITED PRO FORMA FINANCIAL DATA

     The following selected unaudited pro forma estimate of operations of the
Issuer for the twelve-month period commencing on the date of and giving
effect to the following transactions and events:  (i) the sale on January 5,
1994 of $70 million aggregate principal amount of Notes for approximately
$68.9 million; (ii) the concurrent purchase of CRC Notes with an aggregate
principal amount of $70 million for approximately $66.4 million; (iii) the
incurrence of approximately $2.5 million of deferred finance charges; and
(iv) the recordation of interest income on the CRC Notes and interest expense
on the Notes of approximately $7.2 million each, including net amortization
of the original issue discount and deferred finance charges, as applicable,
of approximately $.4 million.

     The pro forma financial data presented herein do not purport to
represent what the Issuer's results of operations would have been had such
transactions in fact occurred at the beginning of the periods or to project
the Issuer's results of operations in any future period.  The Selected
Unaudited Pro Forma Financial Data should be read in conjunction with the
Financial Statements, including the notes thereto, included herein.

                 UNAUDITED PRO FORMA ESTIMATE OF OPERATIONS
                     For the Initial Twelve Month Period

Estimated Revenues:

   Interest income . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   $7,158,000

Estimated Expenses:

   Interest expense. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    7,158,000
                                                            ---------
Pro forma estimated net earnings . . . . . . . . . . . .   $       --
                                                            =========

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       MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL CONDITION AND
                            RESULTS OF OPERATIONS
Results of Operations

     The Issuer is a special purpose corporation, incorporated in the State
of Delaware in December 1993 for the benefit of Foodmaker in connection with
the transactions described herein.  CRC-I and CRC-II are limited
partnerships, organized in December 1993 under the laws of the State of the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts for the benefit of Foodmaker in connection with
the underlying transactions.  See "Description of the Underlying
Transactions."  Operations commenced on January 5, 1994 with the issuance and
sale, in a private placement transaction, of $70 million aggregate principal
amount of Old Notes.  The net sales proceeds from the sale of the Old Notes
were approximately $68.9 million, which proceeds were used to purchase the
CRC-I Note, issued in the principal amount of approximately $30.2 million,
and the CRC-II Note, issued in the principal amount of approximately
$39.8 million, for approximately $66.4 million (the total acquisition cost of
the Estates For Years purchased by CRC-I and CRC-II).  The closing costs paid
by the Issuer were approximately $2.5 million.  The Notes are due November 1,
2003, payable interest only at the rate of 9.75% per annum semi-annually on
the first business day of each January and July and continuing through the
first business day of July 2003.  A mandatory prepayment of 50% of the
original balance of the Notes is due on the first business day of January
2002.  The CRC Notes' payment and interest terms are equivalent to and
structured to coincide with the Notes such that funds will be available to
make payments on the Notes.  In addition, the CRC Notes require semi-annual
sinking fund payments to a trustee of approximately $.7 million, which will
be utilized to partially fund the 50% prepayment due in January 2002.  The
proceeds of the CRC Notes (of which approximately 43% relates to CRC-I and
57% to CRC-II) have been and will be used by CRC-I and CRC-II to purchase
Estates For Years in various Foodmaker restaurant properties and, in a
transaction accounted for as a financing, CRC-I and CRC-II will lease back
such properties to Foodmaker on terms which will provide the funds required
to make the necessary payments on CRC Notes.  The Notes are secured by, among
other things, the CRC Notes, the CRC leases to Foodmaker, first priority
liens on the Leased Properties and any sinking fund or other amounts held in
trust.

     Since the Issuer has equivalent notes receivable (the CRC Notes) and
notes payable (the Notes), including face amounts, net proceeds and stated
interest rates, interest income and expense should equate to approximately
$6.8 million annually, plus amortization of approximately $.4 million of
original issue discount and, as applicable, deferred finance charges on the
respective notes.  For the first quarter, slightly less than one-fourth of
the annual amounts are reflected as interest income and expense, since the
Notes were issued a few days after the beginning of the quarter.  The Issuer
has elected to be taxed as a Sub-chapter S Corporation under the Code and, as
a result, has no federal income tax liability.

     CRC-I and CRC-II reflect the financing lease obligations of Foodmaker
(the CRC Leases) as 9.75% notes receivable and have equivalent notes payable
to the Issuer (the CRC Notes), with face amounts and net proceeds,
respectively, of approximately $30.2 million and approximately $28.7 million
for CRC-I and approximately $39.8 million and approximately $37.8 million for
CRC-II.  As a result, interest income and expense, inclusive of amortization
of approximately $.2 million of original issue discount, will each be
approximately $2.9 million for CRC-I and approximately $3.9 million for
CRC-II, respectively.  For the first quarter, slightly less than one-fourth
of the annual amounts are reflected as interest income and expense, since the
Old Notes were issued a few days after the beginning of the quarter.

Liquidity and Capital Resources

     The Issuer's only source of liquidity is collection of scheduled
payments on the CRC Notes, which, in turn, are dependent upon Foodmaker's
payment on the CRC Leases.  The basic amounts payable on the CRC Notes are
equal to, and timed to coincide with, the payments required to be made on the
Notes.  The CRC Notes also require sinking fund payments to the Trustee,
which, in addition to the value of the Leased Properties, should provide an
increasing amount of security through year nine of the Notes.  If Foodmaker
were to fail to make payments to CRC-I and CRC-II on the financing Leases,
CRC-I and CRC-II would be unable to make payments on the CRC Notes.  The
Issuer would then be required to initiate proceedings to gain possession of,
liquidate or obtain tenants for the Leased Properties.  Although the Issuer
believes that the value of the Leased Properties and other collateral will be
adequate to secure the Notes, there can be no assurance that such collateral
will continue to maintain its value or that it can be liquidated in
sufficient amounts or at the times required to satisfy all scheduled
principal and interest payments.

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                                  BUSINESS
The Issuer

     General

     The Issuer is a special purpose corporation, incorporated in the State
of Delaware on December 22, 1993 for the benefit of Foodmaker in connection
with the transactions described herein.  See "Description of the Underlying
Trans-actions."  The purposes of the Issuer are limited to:  (i) issuing and
selling the Notes, as principal and as agent for CRC-I and CRC-II, and
entering into the Indenture in connection therewith (the "Financing");
(ii) acquiring, owning and holding obligations of CRC-I and CRC-II, accounts,
investments and other property to be pledged as collateral for the Notes and
pledging such property as collateral for the Notes; and (iii) engaging in any
other activities that are necessary, suitable, or convenient to accomplish
the matters set forth in the foregoing clauses (i) and (ii).  In furtherance
of such limited purposes, the Issuer may not create, incur or assume any
indebtedness other than pursuant to or in connection with the Financing and
the transactions contemplated thereby, or incur, assume, or guarantee the
indebtedness of any person or entity, including, without limitation, pursuant
to any purchase or repurchase agreement, capital lease, indemnity, or any
keep-well, take-or-pay, through-put, or other arrangement having the effect
of assuring or holding harmless any third person or entity against loss with
respect to any obligation of such other person or entity, unless such
indebtedness is an invoice, statement of account, check, work request,
purchase order or other similar document representing expenses relating to
the permitted activities of the Issuer described above.  Nor does the Issuer
propose to (i) make loans to other persons, (ii) invest in the securities of
other issuers for the purpose of exercising control, (iii) underwrite the
securities of other issuers, (iv) engage in the purchase and sale of
investments, (v) offer securities in exchange for property, (vi) repurchase
or otherwise reacquire its shares or other securities.  The principal
executive offices of the Issuer are located at 9330 Balboa Avenue, San Diego,
California 92123, and the Issuer's telephone number is (619) 571-2470.

     Employees

     Pursuant to the terms of the Indenture, the Issuer does not employ any
employees.

CRC-I

     General

     CRC-I is a Massachusetts special purpose limited partnership which was
organized solely for the purpose of participating in this Exchange Offer and
the underlying transactions.  The original Certificate of Limited Partnership
of CRC-I was filed with the Secretary of State of the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts on December 8, 1993.  The latest date upon which CRC-I is to
dissolve is December 31, 2043.  The charter documents of CRC-I do not require
it to, nor does it intend to, hold annual meetings.  The purposes of CRC-I
are limited to (i) acquiring, owning, holding and selling or otherwise
transferring (subject to the provisions of Section 1.06 of those certain
Deeds of Trust and Mortgages that have been (with respect to the Existing
Assets) or will be (with respect to the Potential Existing Asset) entered
into by CRC-I in connection with the transactions specified in (ii) below)
Estates For Years in the Existing Assets; (ii) the sale of mortgage notes to
the Issuer and encumbering, hypothecating, mortgaging and pledging its
interest in the Existing Assets owned by it as security for or in partial
satisfaction of such mortgage notes and certain other mortgage notes issued
by CRC-II; (iii) leasing the Existing Assets to Foodmaker pursuant to the
terms of a master lease; and (iv) engaging in any other activities which are
necessary to accomplish the foregoing purposes or are incidental thereto or
connected therewith.  In furtherance of such limited purposes, CRC-I is not
permitted to create, incur or assume any indebtedness other than pursuant to
or in connection with the transactions specified in (ii) above and the
transactions contemplated thereby, or incur, assume, or guarantee the
indebtedness of any person or entity other than pursuant to or in connection
with the transactions specified in (ii) above or pursuant to a guaranty of
the obligations of the Issuer in connection with the Notes including, without
limitation, pursuant to any purchase or repurchase agreement, capital lease,
indemnity, or any keep-well, take-or-pay, through-put, or other arrangement
having the effect of assuring or holding harmless any third person or entity
against loss with respect to any obligation of such other person or entity,
unless such indebtedness is an invoice, statement of account, check, work
request, purchase order or other similar document representing expenses
relating to the permitted activities of CRC-I described above.  Nor does
CRC-I propose to (i) make loans to other persons, (ii) invest in the
securities of other issuers, (iii) underwrite the securities of other
issuers, (iv) engage in the purchase and sale of

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investments, (v) offer securities in exchange for property, (vi) repurchase
or otherwise reacquire its shares or other securities.  The General Partner
of CRC-I is CRC-I Corp. (the "CRC-I General Partner"), incorporated in the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts on December 8, 1993.  The CRC-I General Partner
is responsible for the management of CRC-I, transacts all business for CRC-I
and has complete discretion in its management of all aspects of CRC-I's
affairs.  The principal executive offices of CRC-I are located at 9330 Balboa
Avenue, San Diego, California 92123 and CRC-I's telephone number is (619)
571-2470.

     Employees

     CRC-I has no operations and does not employ any employees.

CRC-II

     General

     CRC-II is a Massachusetts special purpose limited partnership which was
organized solely for the purpose of effecting this Exchange Offer and the
underlying transactions.  The original Certificate of Limited Partnership of
CRC-II was filed with the Secretary of State of the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts on December 1, 1993.  The latest date upon which CRC-II is to
dissolve is December 31, 2043.  The charter documents of CRC-II do not
require it to, nor does it intend to, hold annual meetings.  The purposes of
CRC-II are limited to (i) acquiring, owning, holding and selling or otherwise
transferring (subject to the provisions of Section 1.06 of those certain
Deeds of Trust and Mortgages entered into by CRC-II in connection with the
transactions specified in (ii) below) Estates For Years in the Construction
Assets; (ii) selling mortgage notes to the Issuer and encumbering,
hypothecating, mortgaging and pledging its interest in the Construction
Assets owned by it as security for or in partial satisfaction of such
mortgage notes and certain other mortgage notes issued by CRC-I;
(iii) leasing the Construction Assets to Foodmaker pursuant to the terms of a
master lease; and (iv) engaging in any other activities which are necessary
to accomplish the foregoing purposes or are incidental thereto or connected
therewith.  In furtherance of such limited purposes, CRC-II is not permitted
to create, incur or assume any indebtedness other than pursuant to or in
connection with the transactions specified in (ii) above and the transactions
contemplated thereby, or incur, assume, or guarantee the indebtedness of any
person or entity other than pursuant to or in connection with the
transactions specified in (ii) above or pursuant to a guaranty of the
obligations of the Issuer in connection with the Notes including, without
limitation, pursuant to any purchase or repurchase agreement, capital lease,
indemnity, or any keep-well, take-or-pay, through-put, or other arrangement
having the effect of assuring or holding harmless any third person or entity
against loss with respect to any obligation of such other person or entity,
unless such indebtedness is an invoice, statement of account, check, work
request, purchase order or other similar document representing expenses
relating to the permitted activities of CRC-II described above.  Nor does
CRC-II propose to (i) make loans to other persons, (ii) invest in the
securities of other issuers, (iii) underwrite the securities of other
issuers, (iv) engage in the purchase and sale of investments, (v) offer
securities in exchange for property, (vi) repurchase or otherwise reacquire
its shares or other securities.  The General Partner of CRC-II is CRC-II
Corp. (the "CRC-II General Partner"), incorporated in the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts on November 30, 1993.  The CRC-II General Partner is
responsible for the management of CRC-II, transacts all business for CRC-II
and has complete discretion in its management of all aspects of CRC-II's
affairs.  The principal executive offices of CRC-II are located at
9330 Balboa Avenue, San Diego, California 92123 and CRC-II's telephone number
is (619) 571-2470.

     Employees

     CRC-II has no operations and does not employ any employees.


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                                 MANAGEMENT

The Issuer

     Directors and Executive Officers

     The following table sets forth the name, age and position with the
Issuer of each of the persons designated to serve as directors and executive
officers of the Issuer.  Additional information with respect to each such
individual is contained below under "Background of Directors and Executive
Officers." Each Director of the Issuer will hold office until the next annual
meeting of stockholders of the Issuer or until his successor has been elected
and qualified.  Officers of the Issuer are elected by the Board of Directors
of the Issuer and serve at the discretion of the Board.  Robert H. Key owns
all of the outstanding shares of Common Stock of the Issuer, and has sole
voting power with respect to the election of directors.  See, however,
"Description of Underlying Transactions - Corporate Governance Agreement."

          Name            Age              Position(s)
          ----            ---              -----------
   Charles W. Duddles     53      President, Treasurer, Secretary and Director

   Charles F. MacGill     71      Director

     Background of Directors and Executive Officers

     Mr. Duddles has been a director and President, Treasurer and Secretary
of the Issuer since December 1993.  Mr. Duddles is also a director, Executive
Vice President and Chief Financial and Administrative Officer of Foodmaker
and has been since at least 1988.

     Mr. MacGill is a director of the Issuer and has been since May 1994.
Mr. MacGill is also President and Chairman of the Board of Chartwell
Properties Corporation, a real estate investment company, and has been since
1987.

     Executive Compensation

     None of the directors or officers of the Issuer receive any compensation
from the Issuer or for their services in these capacities.

                       OWNERSHIP OF EQUITY SECURITIES

The Issuer

     The following table sets forth, as of the date of this Prospectus, the
beneficial ownership of the Issuer's Common Stock.

                                Shares of
        Name of Beneficial       Common             Percent
              Owner               Stock
        ------------------      ---------           -------
          Robert H. Key            100               100%

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                 DESCRIPTION OF THE UNDERLYING TRANSACTIONS


Net Note Sales Proceeds; Closing Costs; Costs of the Estates For Years

     On January 5, 1994, in a private placement transaction, the Issuer
issued and sold $70,000,000 aggregate principal amount of Old Notes.  The net
sales proceeds from the sale of the Old Notes were $68,908,000, which
proceeds were used to purchase the CRC Notes and pay closing costs of
$2,480,395.  The total acquisition cost of the Estates For Years purchased by
CRC-I and CRC-II was $66,427,605.

Existing Assets

     The CRC-I Note Purchase Price was in the amount of approximately $28.6
million.  The proceeds from the sale of the CRC-I Note have been and will be
used by CRC-I to purchase Estates For Years from Foodmaker for terms ending
November 30, 2028 in 38 existing Jack In The Box restaurants consisting of an
aggregate of approximately 101,000 rentable square feet of space and situated
on an aggregate of approximately 19.6 acres of land.  The locations of all of
the Existing Assets, including the Potential Existing Asset, are identified
in the Schedule of Properties below.

     The full purchase price for the CRC-I Note was paid on January 5, 1994;
however, a portion of such funds has been deposited in the Additional Unit
Acquisition Account (a subaccount of the Construction Account) maintained by
the Trustee pursuant to the Indenture to be disbursed therefrom from time to
time to enable CRC-I to purchase Estates For Years in the Potential Existing
Asset from Foodmaker, as title to the fee interest therein is acquired by
Foodmaker, at which time such Properties will be subjected to the CRC-I
Lease.  As of July 11, 1994, Estates For Years in the Existing Assets, other
than the Potential Existing Asset, had been acquired by CRC-I from the
proceeds of the CRC-I Note Purchase Price and were leased to Foodmaker
pursuant to the CRC-I Lease.  At July 11, 1994, approximately $38,354,150 had
been disbursed for the acquisition of such Existing Assets.  See "-
Construction Account."  Pursuant to the terms of the CRC-I Lease, Foodmaker
has been and will be liable for the payment of rent from January 5, 1994 on
all of the Existing Assets, including the Potential Existing Asset,
regardless of the status of the acquisition by CRC-I of an Estate for Years
therein.

Construction Assets

     The CRC-II Note Purchase Price was in the amount of approximately $37.8
million.  The proceeds from the purchase of the CRC-II Note have been and
will be used by CRC-II to purchase Estates For Years from Foodmaker for terms
ending November 30, 2028 in four existing Jack In The Box restaurants and
approximately 34 to-be-constructed Jack In The Box restaurant locations
consisting of an aggregate of approximately 101,000 rentable square feet of
space and situated on an aggregate of approximately 19.6 acres of land.  The
locations of all of the Construction Assets, including the Potential
Construction Assets, are identified in the Schedule of Properties below.

     The full purchase price for the CRC-II Note was paid on January 5, 1994;
however, a portion of such funds has been deposited in the Construction
Account maintained by the Trustee pursuant to the Indenture to be disbursed
therefrom from time to time to enable CRC-II to purchase the Estates For
Years in the Potential Construction Assets from Foodmaker, as title to the
fee interest therein is acquired by Foodmaker (at which time such Properties
will be subjected to the CRC-II Lease), and to enable Foodmaker to build Jack
In The Box restaurants thereon.  See "- Construction Account."  As of
July 11, 1994, Estates For Years in the Construction Assets, other than the
Potential Construction Assets, had been acquired by CRC-II from the proceeds
of the CRC-II Note Purchase Price and were leased to Foodmaker pursuant to
the CRC-II Lease; at such date all of the Potential Construction Assets were
owned by Foodmaker.  At July 11, 1994, approximately $23,946,170 had been
disbursed for the acquisition of such Construction Assets.  Estates For Years
in the Potential Construction Assets will be acquired from time to time and
will be subjected to the CRC-II Lease as Foodmaker acquires the fee interest
and CRC-II acquires the Estate For Years therein.  Pursuant to the terms of
the CRC-II Lease, Foodmaker has been and will be liable for the payment of
rent from January 5, 1994 on all of the Construction Assets acquired by
Foodmaker (including the Potential Construction Assets), regardless of the
status of the acquisition by CRC-II of an Estate For Years therein and/or the
completion of construction thereof.

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The Properties

     The usable area of a typical building constructed on a Property consists
of approximately 50% kitchen space and 50% dining space and includes
approximately 20-30 uncovered outdoor parking places.  The Properties
initially have been and are expected to be operated as Jack In The Box
restaurants.  Although no assurances can be given that problems will not
occur with respect to particular Properties, management does not believe that
the selection criteria for Properties (or Substitute Properties) has been or
will be adverse to the interests of the Holders of Notes.

Schedule Of Properties

     Existing Assets (as of July 11,1994)(1)
Allocated Opening Rent Allocated Purchase No. JIB Location City State Date Amount Percentage Price (FMV) - -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 0293 465 South Fairfax Los Angeles CA 08/67 48,510 1.1591566% 770,000 2 0624 5801 Bellaire Boulevard Houston TX 12/66 41,265 0.9860359% 655,000 3 0633 1395 Federal Road Houston TX 02/69 34,020 0.8129151% 540,000 4 0635 2101 9th Avenue North Texas City TX 04/69 41,895 1.0010898% 665,000 5 0640 4400 West Fuqua Houston TX 05/69 26,460 0.6322673% 420,000 6 0641 7447 Spencer Highway Pasadena TX 06/69 44,415 1.0613058% 705,000 7 0662 3333 Red Bluff Pasadena TX 04/73 33,075 0.7903341% 525,000 8 0672 8767 South Main Houston TX 09/84 48,826 1.1666836% 775,000 9 0678 916 S. Sam Houston Dr. Huntsville TX 10/74 39,690 0.9484009% 630,000 10 0685 839 East Mulberry St. Angleton TX 06/77 39,375 0.9408739% 625,000 11 0691 419 South Washington Cleveland TX 10/78 39,375 0.9408739% 625,000 12 1112 901 East Curry Road Tempe AZ 09/90 63,629 1.5204522% 1,010,000 13 1160 1402 East Ash Globe AZ 10/75 45,675 1.0914137% 725,000 14 1403 41 E. Edwardsville Road Woodriver IL 10/69 33,075 0.7903341% 525,000 15 1405 1649 Washington Alton IL 03/70 42,210 1.0086168% 670,000 16 1410 1800 North Illinois Swansea IL 04/88 69,299 1.6559381% 1,100,000 17 1412 1360 Highway 50 O'Fallon IL 10/89 61,109 1.4602363% 970,000 18 1413 830 Edwardsville Road Troy IL 05/90 62,054 1.4828173% 985,000 19 3174 13369 Firestone Blvd. Norwalk CA 03/86 77,804 1.8591668% 1,235,000 20 3251 315 South Brea Brea CA 10/91 69,299 1.6559381% 1,100,000 21 3306 57930 Twenty Nine Palms Yucca Valley CA 04/93 68,512 1.6371206% 1,087,500 22 3605 11080 Scarsdale Blvd. Houston TX 07/86 43,470 1.0387248% 690,000 23 3641 3317 First Street Rosenberg TX 08/92 55,950 1.3369442% 888,100 24 3642 15919 JFK Houston TX 09/92 54,180 1.2946425% 860,000 25 3648 5107 I-10 Baytown TX 04/93 60,322 1.4414188% 957,500 26 4007 15354 Manchester Road Ellisville MO 10/69 46,935 1.1215217% 745,000 27 4031 7520 Manchester Maplewood MO 04/70 28,350 0.6774292% 450,000 28 4052 322 Taylor Hazelwood MO 09/90 59,534 1.4226013% 945,000 29 8409 479 Ranier Avenue South Renton WA 10/69 50,715 1.2118456% 805,000 30 0021 4751 El Cajon Blvd. San Diego CA 05/61 37,800 0.9032389% 600,000 31 0250 2701 Brooklyn Avenue Los Angeles CA 02/65 40,950 0.9785089% 650,000 32 0273 23813 South Avalon Carson CA 05/66 37,170 0.8881850% 590,000 33 0654 2210 North Alexander Baytown TX 04/70 29,925 0.7150642% 475,000 34 1116 1001 North 24th Street Phoenix AZ 09/90 55,440 1.3247505% 880,000
27 Existing Assets (as of July 11,1994)(Cont.)(1)
Allocated Opening Rent Allocated Purchase No. JIB Location City State Date Amount Percentage Price (FMV) - -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 35 1121 1180 Highway 20 Cottonwood AZ 09/90 63,550 1.2795885% 850,000 36 1402 1180 Nameoki Road Granite IL 07/69 28,350 0.6774292% 450,000 37 1414 300 South Buchanan Edwardsville IL 09/90 55,440 1.3247505% 880,000 (1) The Existing Assets also include the Potential Existing Asset, set forth separately below.
Potential Existing Asset (as of July 11,1994)
Allocated Opening Rent Allocated Purchase No. JIB Location City State Date Amount Percentage Price (FMV) - -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 38 0676 1010 Richmond Wharton TX 08/74 36,225 0.8656040% 575,000
Construction Assets (as of July 11,1994)(2)
Allocated Opening Rent Allocated Purchase No. JIB Location City State Date* Amount Percentage Price (FMV) - -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 3254 Slauson & Greenwood City of Commerce CA 04/94 76,355 1.8245427% 1,212,000 2 3304 3830 W. Sierra Way Acton CA 05/94 79,379 1.8968018% 1,260,000 3 3409 Hwy. 99 & Lander Turlock CA 03/94 69,929 1.6709921% 1,110,000 4 3647 College @ Lindbergh Beaumont TX 04/94 54,211 1.2953952% 860,500 5 3649 NEC Hwy. 290 @ Senate Houston TX 04/94 61,676 1.4737849% 979,000 6 3651 I-10 At Hwy. 62 Orange TX 06/94 57,140 1.3653962% 907,000 7 3653 Sunshine & Tyler Harlingen TX 06/94 54,432 1.3006641% 864,000 8 3654 I-10 At FM 359 Brookshire TX 3rd Qtr 53,550 1.2795885% 850,000 9 3655 U.S. 83 & Bryan Road Mission TX 05/94 52,164 1.2464697% 828,000 10 3659 Tyler @ South M Harlingen TX 04/94 57,730 1.3794717% 916,350 11 3665 Airline & I-610 Houston TX 06/94 65,519 1.5656142% 1,040,000 12 3737 Hwy. 360 & Green Oaks Grand Prairie TX 05/94 69,929 1.6709921% 1,110,000 13 8451 1467 Olney Avenue Port WA 11/88 51,660 1.2344266% 820,000 14 8455 610 So. Burlington Blvd Burlington WA 05/90 53,550 1.2795885% 850,000 15 8470 4717 Evergreen Everett WA 09/92 68,115 1.6276366% 1,081,200 16 8474 20746 108th Ave. Kent WA 11/92 61,928 1.4798065% 983,000 17 1123 I-10 & Fortuna Yuma AZ 07/94 54,148 1.2938898% 859,500 18 3646 Washington @ Spur Beaumont TX 07/94 55,755 1.3322774% 885,000 19 3666 FM 518 & 270 League City TX 07/94 53,865 1.2871155% 855,000 20 3668 State Hwy. 146 & IH10 Mont Belvieu TX 07/94 50,715 1.2118456% 805,000 21 3669 Westheimer & Hwy. 6 Houston TX 07/94 60,164 1.4376553% 955,000 22 3670 Hwy. 518 & Hwy. 582 Friendswood TX 07/94 58,589 1.4000204% 930,000 23 3019 Santa Fe & Bobier Vista CA 4th Qtr 71,819 1.7161540% 1,140,000 24 3296 Pico Canyon & Lyons Santa Clarita CA 06/94 83,506 1.9954054% 1,325,500 25 3657 Woodlands Dr. @ I-45 The Woodlands TX 06/94 66,401 1.5866898% 1,054,000 26 3660 N. 10th & Pecan McAllen TX 3rd Qtr 72,219 1.7257133% 1,146,350
28 Construction Assets (as of July 11,1994)(cont.)(2)
Allocated Opening Rent Allocated Purchase No. JIB Location City State Date* Amount Percentage Price (FMV) - -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 27 3661 Nolana Loop & N. 2nd McAllen TX 05/94 51,187 1.2231361% 812,500 28 3739 Mockingbird & Stammons Dallas TX 4th Qtr 78,214 1.8689519% 1,241,500 *Unopened Construction Assets are expected to be completed by the 3rd or 4th quarter of calendar year 1994, as noted. (2) The Construction Assets also include the Potential Construction Assets, set forth separately below.
Potential Construction Assets (as of July 11,1994)
Allocated Opening Rent Allocated Purchase No. JIB Location City State Date Amount Percentage Price (FMV) - -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 29 3427 Main St. & Mission Ridge Manteca CA 07/94 74,203 1.7731122% 1,177,836 30 3314 China Lake @ College Ridgecrest CA 4th Qtr 54,495 1.3021695% 865,000 31 3316 Stockdale Hwy. @ 15 Kern County CA 4th Qtr 64,787 1.5450941% 1,026,369 32 3318 Hwy. 14 @ Hwy. 58 Mojave CA 4th Qtr 67,724 1.6183031% 1,075,000 33 3672 FM 1960 & Lee Road Houston TX 3rd Qtr 61,109 1.4602363% 970,000 34 8477 NWC Pacific Ave. & Military Spanaway WA 3rd Qtr 69,860 1.6693361% 1,108,900 35 3675 Silber & I-10 Houston TX 3rd Qtr 61,109 1.4602363% 970,000 36 3742 St. Hwy. 121 & Harwood Bedford TX 3rd Qtr 62,369 1.4903443% 990,000 37 3745 377 @ Loop 820 Haltom TX 4th Qtr 51,660 1.2344266% 820,000 38 4066 Dorset & I-270 St. Louis MO 4th Qtr 69,866 1.6694867% 1,109,000 *Unopened Construction Assets are expected to be completed by the 3rd or 4th quarter of calendar year 1994, as noted.
The CRC Leases The terms of the CRC Leases are summarized under "Description of the Leases" below. Use of Properties The Properties have been and are expected to be initially operated as Jack In The Box restaurants, and will be subject to a use limitation requiring that they be used for restaurant purposes or other business uses within Foodmaker's principal lines of business for the three years after January 5, 1994. Thereafter there are no use limitations on the Properties other than those imposed by law or regulations. Right of Substitution Foodmaker may effect a substitution (a "Substitution") of any Property listed on the Schedule of Properties above with a Substitute Property in any of the following circumstances: (a) a casualty or condemnation which Foodmaker determines has rendered the Property permanently unsuitable for continuation of the then existing business use, (b) Foodmaker determines any Property to be uneconomic for continuation of the then existing business use, or (c) in the case of Potential Construction Assets or Potential Existing Asset, prior to being subjected to the applicable Lease. Although no assurances can be given that problems will not occur with respect to certain locations, management does not believe that the selection criteria for Properties or Substitute Properties has been or is intended to be adverse to 29 the interests of Holders of Notes. The Substitute Property must have a fair market value not less than the then current fair market value of the Property being substituted at the time of such substitution, as confirmed by an independent appraisal (or as certified by Foodmaker in the case of a Substitute Property substituted for a Potential Construction Asset or Potential Existing Asset prior to being subjected to the applicable CRC Lease). Foodmaker must (1) convey to CRC-I or CRC-II, as applicable, an Estate For Years of a duration equal to the then remaining Estate For Years of the substituted Property, and lease from CRC-I or CRC-II, as applicable, the Substitute Property and (2) pay all charges incident to such conveyance of the Substitute Property. Such Substitute Property must also be encumbered as collateral for the CRC Notes pursuant to a deed of trust which would, in turn, be pledged as collateral for the Notes. Foodmaker shall receive a release from the lien of the Indenture, applicable deed of trust and Lease as it relates to the Property so substituted. Optional Prepayment The Issuer may not prepay the Notes at any time, in whole or in part, during the first five years after the date of issuance of the Old Notes, January 5, 1994. Thereafter, the Notes may be prepaid in connection with an Early Termination under the Leases, at par plus a premium (the "Prepayment Premium") equal to the following percentage of the principal amount of the Notes to be prepaid: year six - 5.00%, year seven - 3.75%, year eight - 2.50%, year nine - 1.25%, and year ten - 0.00%. (See "Description of the Leases - Early Termination; Lease Modification.") Mandatory Prepayment By the beginning of year ten, the outstanding balance of the Notes must be reduced to $35,000,000 or less. The sinking fund will be applied at the beginning of year ten to reduce the outstanding debt, and CRC-I and CRC-II will be obligated to make an additional principal payment equal to the difference between $35,000,000 and the balance in the sinking fund. This additional principal payment is required to be covered by the special rent payments and the purchase price payable under the Year Nine Offer required to be made by Foodmaker under the Leases prior to the Year Nine Termination Date. See "Description of the Leases - Rejectable Offer Requirements." Indenture Defaults The following constitute Events of Default under the Indenture: (a) failure to pay principal of or interest on the Notes when due; (b) a material misrepresentation which remains uncured 30 days after notice thereof, with a reasonable and necessary extension during diligent pursuit of a cure for those misrepresentations which by their nature cannot be cured within 30 days; (c) bankruptcy events with respect to the Issuer, CRC-I, CRC-II or Foodmaker which are not dismissed within the applicable cure periods; and (d) other customary defaults. See "Description of New Notes - Events of Default and Remedies." Acceleration of Senior Secured Notes Upon the occurrence of an Indenture Default which is not cured by the Issuer, CRC-I, CRC-II or Foodmaker, the Trustee will be entitled to accelerate the principal of the Notes and premium, if any. The Issuer may not foreclose upon the deeds of trust on Foodmaker's reversionary rights on the Existing Assets or the Construction Assets unless a default under the CRC Leases (a "Lease Default") or under the Foodmaker Mortgages has occurred and is continuing. Limited Recourse The recourse for repayment of the Notes is limited to the Note Collateral, the CRC-I Guaranty and the CRC-II Guaranty (which guaranties are nonrecourse to the general partners of each of CRC-I and CRC-II). The Issuer will not have any personal liability with respect to the Notes except for certain customary nonrecourse exclusions, principally costs incurred by the Trustee or any Holder of Notes because of the Issuer's fraud, willful misrepresentations, waste, misappropriation or intentional damage of or to any of the Trust Estates. Additionally, the limitations on recourse against the Issuer would not apply if the Issuer attempted to materially delay any foreclosure by the Trustee against the Trust Estate or if the Issuer claimed that any Note, or the Indenture, or the underlying mortgage documents, were invalid or unenforceable to the extent that it would preclude foreclosure. Similarly, the recourse for repayment of the CRC Notes is limited to the CRC Collateral. 30 Construction Account On January 5, 1994, approximately $28.1 million was placed in the Construction Account established pursuant to the Indenture. At July 11, 1994, approximately $10.6 million of such funds were held in the Construction Account (including the Additional Unit Acquisition Account) for the purpose of (a) funding the acquisition by CRC-I of an Estate For Years in the Potential Existing Asset (unless Foodmaker exercises its right of Substitution and thereby substitutes another asset for a Potential Existing Asset), and (b) funding the acquisition by CRC-II of an Estate For Years in, and the construction by Foodmaker, pursuant to the CRC-II Lease, of a Jack In The Box restaurant on, each of the Potential Construction Assets (unless Foodmaker exercises its right of Substitution and thereby substitutes another asset for a Potential Construction Asset). The funds from the Construction Account (including the Additional Unit Acquisition Account) are required to be remitted promptly and in full to Foodmaker as (i) CRC-I acquires an Estate For Years in each Potential Existing Asset, or (ii) Foodmaker acquires a fee interest and CRC-II acquires an Estate For Years in each Potential Construction Asset, in an amount which reflects the land acquisition cost of such asset plus, in the case of Potential Construction Assets, the estimated cost to construct the improvements thereon (subject to satisfaction of certain conditions set forth in the Indenture). Whether or not the funds disbursed from the Construction Account are sufficient to acquire or complete the Potential Construction Assets, Foodmaker must complete the improvements on the Construction Assets once they are acquired. In the event that Foodmaker is able to complete and deliver the Construction Assets for a total amount less than that amount set aside in the Construction Account, such excess amount shall be released to Foodmaker. If an unremedied Lease Default (as described in "Description of the Leases - Defaults and Remedies") occurs, the Trustee may, in addition to exercising its remedies under the Indenture, apply the funds available in the Construction Account to pay the principal, premium, if any, and accrued interest on the Notes. Collection, Administrative Expenses, Sinking Fund and Equity Collection Accounts All amounts paid by Foodmaker under the Leases are remitted directly to the Trustee for deposit in the Collection, Administrative Expenses, Sinking Fund, and the Equity Collection Accounts established pursuant to the Indenture. The rent payments are made available for application to payment of interest on the Notes on each semi-annual Interest Payment Date, for payment or deposit into the Administrative Expenses Account of $25,000 on each semi-annual Interest Payment Date under the Indenture for projected Indenture expenses, and to fund $747,402 semi-annually through year nine into the Sinking Fund Account to create a source for payment of a portion of the principal payment due at the end of year nine. All proceeds of any hazard insurance or condemnation (in excess of $500,000 for any one Property or $3 million in the aggregate at any time), are required to be deposited in a separate Proceeds Account held by the Trustee, and disbursed, as required, to fund the restoration of the damaged or condemned Property (unless Foodmaker elects to substitute or consummate an Early Termination of the Property, as herein described, in which case the insurance or condemnation proceeds shall be released to Foodmaker upon consummation thereof) except in the event of a Lease Default, in which case such proceeds will be available to pay principal of and accrued interest on the Notes. See "Description of the Leases - Defaults and Remedies." Amounts owed to the applicable Lessor by Foodmaker under the CRC Leases in connection with any Early Termination, the Rejectable Offer requirements or the exercise of any option by Foodmaker (as described in "Description of the Leases"), in excess of the sums payable on the Notes, are required to be deposited in a separate Equity Collection Account and are required to be held by the Trustee until all sums owing under the Notes have been paid in full. If an unremedied Lease Default occurs, the Trustee may, in addition to exercising its remedies under the Indenture, apply the funds in the Collection Account, the Sinking Fund Account and the Equity Collection Account to pay principal of and accrued interest on the Notes. In the absence of an Event of Default under the Indenture, all excess monies in the Collection Account not required to pay the principal, premium, if any, and interest on the Notes on a Payment Date will be free of the lien of the Indenture and may be distributed to the Lessee and/or the Issuer. 31 No Other Indebtedness or Activities Neither the Issuer, CRC-I nor CRC-II is permitted to incur additional indebtedness or to own other assets or engage in other business activities. Corporate Governance Each of the Issuer, CRC-I Corp. and CRC-II Corp., and their shareholders (the "Shareholders"), Foodmaker, a designated individual who is both an officer and director of Foodmaker (the "Designated Officer") and an individual unaffiliated with the Issuer, CRC-I Corp or CRC-II Corp. (the "Independent Director") have entered into the Agreement Regarding Corporate Governance, amended and restated as of May 4, 1994 (the "Corporate Governance Agreement"), which sets forth the respective rights and responsibilities of the parties with respect to specific corporate governance issues relating to the Issuer, CRC-I Corp. and CRC-II Corp. Pursuant to the terms of the Corporate Governance Agreement, the Shareholders are obligated to elect the Designated Officer (or his successor) and the Independent Director (or his successor) as the two directors of each of the Issuer, CRC-I Corp. and CRC-II Corp. The Independent Director and the Designated Officer have agreed, in their capacities as directors of the Issuer, CRC-I Corp. and CRC-II Corp., to elect the Designated Officer to all officer positions of each of the Issuer, CRC-I Corp. and CRC-II Corp. Foodmaker and the Designated Officer have agreed that the Designated Officer (or his successor), in the capacity of Designated Officer of the Issuer, CRC-I Corp. and CRC-II Corp., will not take any of the following actions without the prior written consent of (i) the holders of 51% or more of the limited partnership interests in CRC-I or CRC-II, in the case of an action proposed to be taken by either of CRC-I or CRC-II, (ii) the holders of 51% or more of the limited partnership interests of each of CRC-I and CRC-II, in the case of an action proposed to be taken by the Issuer: (a) any waiver, amendment or consent to a deviation by Foodmaker relating to any of the Transaction Documents to which Foodmaker is a party; (b) any action to accept or reject the Year Nine Offer or the Termination Date Rejectable Offer by Foodmaker; or (c) any action which would constitute or result in a breach by the Issuer, CRC-I Corp. or CRC-II Corp. of any of the Transaction Documents. The Designated Officer (or his successor) is also obligated to take any other action on behalf of the Issuer, CRC-I Corp. and CRC-II Corp. upon receipt of the same written consent requirements noted above, provided that such action is not in violation of the organizational documents of the Issuer, CRC-I Corp. or CRC-II Corp. Foodmaker also agreed to take, and agrees to cause the Designated Officer (or his successor) to take (at Foodmaker's expense), all necessary action to ensure that the Issuer, CRC-I Corp. and CRC-II Corp. remain at all times in compliance with the Transaction Documents, and to effectuate transfers of the limited partnership interests in either CRC-I or CRC-II upon the request of at least 51% of the holders of the limited partnership interest of the affected entity. The Issuer's Certificate of Incorporation provides that its directors shall not be personally liable to the Issuer or its stockholders for monetary damages arising as a result of a director's breach of his or her fiduciary duty. In addition, the Indenture provides that subject to certain exceptions set forth therein, neither the Trustee nor the Holders of Notes may seek or obtain judgment against the Issuer or any of the Issuer's officers, directors, shareholders or employees for payment of principal or interest under the Notes, or any sums payable under the Indenture, and the sole recourse of the Trustee and the Holders of Notes against the Issuer for any default in the payment of such principal or interest or other sums shall be limited to the Trust Estate. Trustee State Street Bank and Trust Company serves as Trustee. The Trustee's fees will be paid with the funds deposited in the Administrative Expenses Account, excess funds available in the Collection Account, or through additional rent payments due under the Leases. Tax Opinion In connection with the offering of the Old Notes, a legal opinion was delivered that the Old Notes would be classified as debt of CRC-I and CRC-II for federal income tax purposes; this opinion did not address any other federal income tax consequences or other tax consequences related to the acquisition, ownership or disposition of the Old Notes. 32 The legal opinion was delivered in reliance upon a Certificate of Representations delivered by Foodmaker including certain certifications relating to the current value and projected future value of the Existing Assets and the Construction Assets, among other things. If the certifications provided by Foodmaker in the Certificate of Representations were incorrect, then the legal opinion as to the classification of the Old Notes for federal income tax purposes would be adversely affected. Purchasers of the Old Notes have been advised that Foodmaker was not an independent third party to the offering of the Old Notes, and was not relying on an independent third party, for the purposes of its Certificate of Representations as to value. The legal opinion was based on laws, regulations, rulings and decisions in effect at the time, all of which are subject to change by legislative, administrative or judicial action, which change may be retroactive. Said legal opinion is not binding upon the Internal Revenue Service or any court, and no ruling has been obtained from the Internal Revenue Service as to the classification of the Old Notes for federal income tax purposes in the transaction. Investors should consult with their own tax advisors in determining the federal, state, local and other tax consequences to them of the purchase, ownership and disposition of the New Notes. See "Certain Federal Income Tax Consequences." 33 DESCRIPTION OF NEW NOTES The following is a summary of important terms of the New Notes. Copies of the New Notes and the Indenture may be obtained upon request from the Issuer. Capitalized terms used herein and not otherwise defined in this Prospectus have the meanings ascribed to them in the Indenture. To the extent that Holders of Old Notes do not participate in the Exchange Offer and Old Notes remain outstanding after the consummation of the Exchange Offer, Old Notes and New Notes will be repurchased and/or redeemed pro rata pursuant to the repurchase and redemption provisions contained therein and in the Indenture. In addition, Holders of New Notes and Holders of Old Notes, together, will have the voting rights, rights to comply with notice provisions and other rights specified in the Indenture. General The New Notes will be senior secured obligations of the Issuer, limited in aggregate principal amount to $70,000,000, secured by certain property and assets as described below and sometimes referred to herein as the "Collateral." References herein to the "Collateral Documents" include all documents entered into to create or perfect the security interests in the Collateral. The New Notes will bear interest at the rate of 9.75% per annum, payable in cash semi-annually on the first business day of January and July of each year, commencing on the first business day of January, 1995, to Holders of Notes at the close of business on the previous business day. Interest will be computed on the basis of a 360-day year of twelve 30-day months and the actual number of days elapsed (with respect to partial months). The New Notes will rank pari passu with any Old Notes that remain outstanding. The New Notes will be issued only in fully registered form, without coupons, in denominations of $50,000 and integral multiples thereof. Security for the New Notes; Guaranties The New Notes will be secured primarily by the Note Collateral, which consists of the following: (1) the pledge by the Issuer to the Trustee of the CRC-I Note and the CRC-II Note and the CRC Collateral; and (2) a pledge of the Issuer's rights in and to the Collection Account, the Construction Account, the Sinking Fund Account and the Equity Collection Account (see "Description of the Underlying Transactions - Construction Account - Collection, Administrative Expenses, Sinking Fund and Equity Collection Accounts") as well as certain other accounts to be maintained by the Trustee pursuant to the Indenture, and all funds held therein. If an unremedied Lease Default occurs, the Trustee may, in addition to exercising its remedies under the Indenture, apply the funds in the Construction Account, the Collection Account, the Sinking Fund Account and the Equity Collection Account to pay principal of and accrued interest on the Notes. In the absence of an Event of Default under the Indenture, all excess monies in the Collection Account not required to pay the principal, premium, if any, and interest on the Notes on a Payment Date will be free of the lien of the Indenture and may be distributed to the Lessee and/or the Issuer. The New Notes will also be fully and unconditionally guaranteed by each of CRC-I and CRC-II on a joint and several basis. These guaranties will be nonrecourse to the general partners of each of CRC-I and CRC-II. One or both guarantors may be unable to satisfy their obligations under the guaranties if the guaranties are ever called upon, which would result in a less than full recovery under those circumstances. The Issuer is required, at its expense, to maintain insurance policies providing for title insurance for each property that is subject to the CRC Mortgages and the Foodmaker Mortgages, collectively and severally. Optional Prepayment The Issuer may not prepay the Notes at any time, in whole or in part, during the first five years after the date of issuance of the Old Notes, January 5, 1994. Thereafter, the Notes may be prepaid in connection with an Early 34 Termination under the Leases, at par plus a premium (the "Prepayment Premium") equal to the following percentage of the principal amount of the Notes to be prepaid: year six - 5.00%, year seven - 3.75%, year eight - 2.50%, year nine - 1.25%, and year ten - 0.00%. Any principal amounts prepaid are required to be credited against the payment due at the beginning of the tenth year. (See "Description of the Leases - Early Termination; Lease Modification"). Mandatory Prepayment By the beginning of year ten, the outstanding balance of the Notes must be reduced to $35,000,000 or less. The sinking fund will be applied at the beginning of year ten to reduce the outstanding debt, and CRC-I and CRC-II will be obligated to make an additional principal payment equal to the difference between $35,000,000 and the balance in the sinking fund. This additional principal payment is required to be covered by the special rent payments and the purchase price payable under the Year Nine Offer required to be made by Foodmaker under the Leases prior to the Year Nine Termination Date. See "Description of the Leases - Rejectable Offer Requirements." Certain Covenants The Indenture contains certain covenants with respect to the Issuer. The covenants include, but are not limited to, the following: Limitation on Use of Proceeds The Indenture provides that the Issuer will use the proceeds from the sale of the Old Notes solely for the purposes set forth therein and not for the purchase of any security that constitutes "margin stock" or "margin securities" within the meaning of Regulations G, T, U or X of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (or any successor regulations thereto). See "- Limitations on Lines of Business" and "Business - The Issuer." Limitations on Additional Indebtedness The Indenture provides that the Issuer will not incur or have outstanding any indebtedness, or incur, assume, or guarantee the indebtedness of any Person (including, without limitation, pursuant to any purchase or repurchase agreement, any indemnity, or any keep-well, take-or-pay, through- put, or other arrangement having the effect of assuring or holding harmless any third Person against loss with respect to any obligation of such other Person) other than pursuant to the Indenture, unless such indebtedness is an invoice, statement of account, check, work request, purchase order or other similar document representing expenses relating to permitted activities of the Issuer in accordance with the terms of the Indenture. Change of Control The Indenture provides that the Issuer will not cause, permit or acquiesce in any sale, transfer, assignment or other disposition of the interests of the shareholders in the Issuer which would result in a transfer, cumulatively, of 49% or more of the shareholder interests in the Issuer. Limitation on Liens The Indenture provides that the Issuer will not (a) permit the validity or effectiveness of the Indenture or any Grant thereunder to be impaired, or permit the lien of the Indenture to be amended, hypothecated, subordinated, terminated or discharged, or permit any Person to be released from any covenants or obligations with respect to the Indenture or the Notes or any document executed pursuant thereto, except as may be expressly permitted thereby; (b) permit any lien, charge, adverse claim, security interest, mortgage or other encumbrance (other than the lien of the Indenture and any lien for taxes not yet due and payable) to be created on or extend to or otherwise arise upon or burden the Trust Estate or any part thereof, any interest therein or the proceeds thereof, or (c) take any action that would permit the lien of the Indenture not to constitute a valid first priority perfected security interest in the Trust Estate. 35 Existence of Issuer The Indenture provides that the Issuer will maintain in full force and effect its existence, rights and franchises as a corporation, organized under the laws of the State of Delaware, separate and apart from any of its Affiliates, and will obtain and preserve its qualification to do business as a foreign corporation, in each jurisdiction in which such qualification is or shall be necessary to protect the validity and enforceability of the Indenture, the Notes or the Trust Estate. The Issuer may not amend its Certificate of Incorporation or by-laws without the written consent of the Majority Noteholders. The Issuer at all times will be operated in accordance with the provisions of its Certificate of Incorporation, by-laws and any laws or regulations applicable to it, and shall observe all corporate formalities, including keeping its own separate books and records, having its own bank accounts and keeping its funds separate from the funds of its shareholders, holding periodic meetings of its directors and shareholders, and having officers that (when acting in their capacity as officers of the Issuer) act in such corporation's best interests, and is able to fund from its own assets all of its activities and expenses. The charter and by-laws of the Issuer provide that a unanimous vote of all directors of the Issuer is necessary for (a) any merger or consolidation, (b) any voluntary bankruptcy filing and any declaration of insolvency for any purpose for the Issuer, or (c) any amendment of the Issuer's charter, or of its by-laws if such amendment pertains to certain matters, including, but not limited to, limitations on lines of business and certain negative covenants, as set forth in the Indenture. Limitation on Transactions with Affiliates The Indenture provides that the Issuer will not enter into or permit to exist, directly or indirectly, any transaction (including, without limitation, the purchase, sale, lease or exchange of any property or the rendering of any service) with any Affiliate of the Issuer, except for transactions in the ordinary course of the business of the Issuer and upon fair and commercially reasonable terms which are no less favorable to the Issuer than would be obtained in a comparable arm's-length transaction with a Person that is not such an Affiliate. Protection of Trust Estate The Indenture provides that the Issuer will from time to time execute and deliver all such supplements and amendments thereto and all such financing statements, continuation statements, instruments of further assurance and other instruments, and will take such other action as may be necessary or, upon request of the Trustee or the Majority Noteholders, advisable to: (a) grant more effectively all or any portion of the Trust Estate; (b) maintain or preserve the lien (and the priority thereof) of the Indenture or to carry out more effectively the purposes thereof; (c) perfect, publish notice of, or protect the validity of any Grant made or intended to be made by the Indenture; (d) enforce any of the Mortgage Note Documents, Eligible Investments, or other instruments included in the Trust Estate, or the CRC Leases; (e) preserve and defend title to the Trust Estate and the rights therein of the Trustee and the Holders of Notes in such Trust Estate against the claims of all Persons and parties; and (f) pay any and all taxes levied or assessed upon all or any part of the Trust Estate. The Indenture further provides that the Trustee will not (a) remove any portion of the Trust Estate that consists of money or is evidenced by an instrument, certificate, or other writing including, without limitation, the CRC Notes, (i) from the jurisdiction in which it was held at the date the most recent Opinion of Independent Counsel was delivered pursuant to the Indenture (or from the jurisdiction in which it was held as described in the Opinion of Independent Counsel, delivered on January 5, 1994), if no Opinion of Independent Counsel has yet been delivered pursuant to the Indenture or (ii) from the possession of the Person who held it on such date or (b) cause or permit ownership or the pledge of any portion of the Trust Estate to be recorded on the books of a Person (i) located in a different jurisdiction from the jurisdiction in which such ownership or pledge was recorded at such date or (ii) other than the Person on whose books such ownership or pledge was recorded at such date, unless the Trustee shall have first received an Opinion of Independent Counsel to the effect that the lien and perfected first priority security interest created by the Indenture with respect to such property will continue to be maintained after giving effect to such action or actions. Pursuant to the Indenture, the Issuer will pay or cause to be paid any taxes levied on the Issuer on account of the Issuer's ownership of the Trust Estate. 36 Opinions as to Trust Estate The Indenture provides that on or before December 31 in the third calendar year following January 5, 1994 and on December 31 in each third year thereafter, the Issuer will furnish to the Trustee an Opinion of Independent Counsel either (a) stating that, in the opinion of such counsel, such action has been taken with respect to the recording, filing, re-recording and refiling of the Indenture, any indentures supplemental thereto and any other requisite documents as is necessary to maintain the lien and perfected first priority security interest created by the Indenture with respect to the Trust Estate and reciting the details of such action, or (b) stating that, in the opinion of such counsel, no such action is necessary to maintain such lien and perfected first priority security interest. Such Opinion of Independent Counsel will also describe the recording, filing, re-recording, and refiling of the Indenture, any indentures supplemental thereto and any other requisite documents that will, in the opinion of such counsel, be required to maintain the lien and perfected first priority security interest of the Indenture with respect to the Trust Estate. The fees and expenses incurred in connection with each such Opinion of Independent Counsel will be Administrative Expenses payable in accordance with the terms of the Indenture, and any such fees and expenses not so paid will be paid by the Trustee, to the extent funds are available from the Trust Estate or are otherwise provided to the Trustee, on behalf of the Issuer subject to the Trustee's right of reimbursement therefor. In addition, the Issuer will furnish to the Trustee the Opinions of Counsel required pursuant to TIA Section 314(b). Performance of Obligations The Indenture provides that the Issuer shall not take any action, and will use its best efforts not to permit any action to be taken by others, that would release any Person from any of such Person's covenants or obligations under the Mortgage Note Documents or the CRC Leases or under any instrument included in the Trust Estate or which would result in the amendment, hypothecation, subordination, termination, or discharge of, or impair the validity or effectiveness of, any of the Mortgage Note Documents, the CRC Leases or any such instrument, except as provided in the Indenture or such Mortgage Note Document, the CRC Leases or other instrument. Limitation on Mergers or Consolidations The Indenture provides that the Issuer generally may not consolidate or merge with or into any other Person or convey or transfer its properties and assets to any Person. Limitation on Lines of Business The Indenture provides that the Issuer shall not engage in any business or activity other than: (a) issuing and selling the Notes pursuant to the Indenture and acquiring, owning, and pledging the Trust Estate in accordance with the terms of the Indenture; (b) issuing or incurring indebtedness permitted by the terms of the Indenture (see "- Certain Covenants - Limitations on Additional Indebtedness"); and (c) engaging in any other activities which are necessary, suitable, or convenient to accomplish the matters set forth above or are incidental thereto or connected therewith. The organizational documents of the Issuer provide that the Issuer is restricted to engaging only in such business or activities. Limitations on Transfer and Encumbrance of Trust Estate The Indenture provides that the Issuer will not sell, transfer, exchange, or otherwise dispose of, or pledge, mortgage, hypothecate, or otherwise encumber (or permit such to occur or suffer such to exist), any part of the Trust Estate, except as expressly permitted by the Indenture. Limitation on Payment of Taxes The Indenture provides that the Issuer will not claim any credit on, or make any deduction from, the principal or interest payable with respect to the Notes (other than the amounts required to be withheld in accordance with the Code) or assert any claim against any present or future Holders of Notes, by reason of the payment of any taxes levied or assessed upon any part of the Trust Estate. 37 Restrictions on Issuer's Exercise of Lessor's Rights Under Leases The Indenture provides that the Issuer shall not exercise any right of the Lessor under either of the CRC Leases (including, without limitation, any right to make any election or determination or give any consent, direction, or waiver under such CRC Lease) without the prior written approval of the Trustee, all of which rights are assigned to the Trustee by virtue of the CRC Lease Assignments, including the collateral assignments thereof by the Issuer to the Trustee. To the extent any such consent may not be unreasonably withheld by CRC-I or CRC-II under the applicable CRC Lease, the Trustee and the Holders of Notes shall be bound by such reasonableness standard. Limitation on Status as Investment Company The Indenture provides that the Issuer shall at all times while the Notes are outstanding take all actions necessary to ensure that the Issuer is at all times exempt from and need not register as an "investment company" under the Investment Company Act, and shall at no time allow itself to be controlled by an "investment company" as defined in the Investment Company Act. Restriction on Purchase of Notes The Indenture provides that the Issuer may not acquire any Notes. Reports and Other Information Reports The Issuer is required to deliver to the Trustee, to be provided to the Holders of Notes, copies of the annual reports and of the information, documents, and other reports (or copies of such portions of any of the foregoing as the Commission may by rules and regulations prescribe) that the Issuer is required to file with the Commission pursuant to Section 13 or 15(d) of the Exchange Act. To the extent that the Issuer is not subject to the reporting requirements of Section 13 or 15(d) of the Exchange Act, the Issuer is required to file with the Commission and provide to the Trustee, to be provided to the Holders of Notes, such annual and quarterly reports and such information, documents and other reports (or copies of such portions of any of the foregoing as the Commission may by rules and regulations prescribe) as are specified in Sections 13 and 15(d) of the Exchange Act. The Issuer is also required to make such reports available to prospective purchasers of the Old Notes upon the request of any beneficial holder or Holder of Old Notes. The Issuer shall also provide any other information required by TIA Section 314(a). Provision of Rule 144A Information During the period beginning on the original issuance date of the Old Notes and ending on the date that is three years from such date, the Issuer will, during any period in which the Lessee or the Issuer is not subject to Section 13 or 15(d) under the Exchange Act, make available to any beneficial holder or Holder of Old Notes in connection with the sale thereof, and to any prospective purchaser of Old Notes from such beneficial holder or holder, the information required to be delivered pursuant to Rule 144A(d)(4) under the Securities Act upon the request of such beneficial holder or Holder of Old Notes. Statement as to Compliance Promptly upon request by the Trustee or any Holder of Notes, the Issuer will deliver to the Trustee an Officer's Certificate stating, as to each signer thereof, that: (a) a review of the activities of the Issuer during the preceding six-month period and of the Issuer's performance under the Indenture has been made under his or her supervision; and (b) to the best of his or her knowledge, based on such review, the Issuer has fulfilled all of its obligations under the Indenture and the Mortgage Note Documents throughout such six-month period, has 38 complied fully with the terms and provisions hereof and no Default exists thereunder, or, if there has or had been a Default during such quarter, specifying each such Default known to him and the nature and status thereof. In addition, the Issuer is required to furnish to the Trustee, not less often than annually, an Officer's Certificate as to such officer's knowledge of the Issuer's compliance with all conditions and covenants under the Indenture. Payment Date Statement The Issuer is required under the Indenture to prepare a statement (the "Payment Date Statement") not later than the second business day preceding each Payment Date. Upon request by the Trustee, the Issuer shall provide or cause the Lessee to provide the Trustee with all information not in the Trustee's possession and necessary to prepare each Payment Date Statement in a timely manner. The Trustee shall forward copies of the Payment Date Statement to each Holder of Notes on each Payment Date and the Trustee shall not be liable for any error made in calculating or otherwise determining the information required to be set forth in the Payment Date Statement as set forth in the Indenture, except for any error resulting from negligence, willful misconduct, or bad faith on the part of the Trustee or its employees. Pursuant to the terms of the Indenture, the Issuer is required to indemnify the Trustee for any loss, liability or expense incurred without negligence, willful misconduct or bad faith on the part of the Trustee or its employees arising out of the Trustee's preparation and delivery of the Payment Date Statement and disbursements made pursuant thereto. Events of Default and Remedies The Indenture defines an "Event of Default" as one of the following events: (a) the occurrence and continuance of any CRC Lease Event of Default or Mortgage Event of Default (see "Description of the Leases - Defaults and Remedies"); (b) the failure by the Issuer to pay any interest, premium or principal on any Note or to make any deposit required under the Notes to be made to the Sinking Fund Account or the Administrative Expenses Account, when due and payable; (c) the failure by the Issuer to perform or observe any other term, provision, covenant, obligation, or agreement of the Indenture and, subject to certain exceptions, the continuance of such failure for a period of 30 days from the earlier of actual knowledge thereof by any Responsible Issuer Officer or written notice thereof to the Issuer by the Trustee or to the Issuer and the Trustee by any Holder of Notes; (d) if any representation, warranty or certification made by or on behalf of the Issuer in or pursuant to the Indenture or by the Issuer in or pursuant to any other document entered into by the Issuer or in connection with any of the transactions contemplated by the Indenture or any other document entered into by the Issuer in connection with any of the transactions contemplated by the Indenture shall prove to have been false or incorrect on the date as of which made and such breach remains uncured 30 days after notice thereof has been given to the Issuer or after the expiration of any reasonable and necessary extension (which shall not be for more than 90 days) given by the Trustee for those misrepresentations which by their nature cannot be cured in 30 days and which Issuer is diligently proceeding to cure; (e) certain events of bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization or similar proceedings in respect of the Issuer, CRC-I, CRC-II, Foodmaker or any General Partner; or (f) default by any party under the Registration Rights Agreement. If an Event of Default occurs and is continuing, the Majority Noteholders may declare the principal of all the Notes to be immediately due and payable by written notice to the Issuer and the Trustee, and upon any such declaration such principal, together with interest accrued thereon and any premium payable in connection therewith, shall become immediately due and payable; provided, however, that if an Event of Default specified in clause (e), above, occurs, then such principal, together with interest accrued thereon and any premium payable in connection therewith shall become immediately due and payable without any such declaration, demand, presentment or notice or any other action (all of which are waived) and references herein to "declaration of acceleration" shall include such automatic acceleration. At any time after such a declaration of acceleration of Maturity has been made and before a judgment or decree for payment of the money due has been obtained by the Trustee, the Majority Noteholders, by written notice to the Issuer and the Trustee, may rescind and annul such declaration and the consequences thereof if: (a) the Issuer has paid or irrevocably deposited with the Trustee on behalf of the Holders of Notes a sum sufficient to pay: (i) all overdue installments of interest, premium, if any, and principal on all Notes; (ii) all sums paid or advanced by the Trustee hereunder and the reasonable compensation, expenses, disbursements, and advances, if any, of the Trustee and its agents and counsel; and (iii) all sums payable to the Holders of Notes pursuant to the terms of the Indenture and the reasonable 39 compensation, expenses, disbursements, and advances of their counsel; and (b) all Events of Default, other than the non-payment of the interest on or principal of Notes that have become due solely by such acceleration, have been cured or waived as provided in the Indenture. Subject to certain provisions of the Indenture regarding the impairment or waiver of specified rights of a Holder of Notes, (including, but not limited to, the right to receive payment of the principal, premium, if any, or interest on or after the Payment Dates expressed in such Notes), no Holder of Notes shall have any right to institute any Proceedings, judicial or otherwise, with respect to the Indenture, or for the appointment of a receiver or trustee, or for any other remedy thereunder, unless, among other things: (a) the holders of not less than 25% in Aggregate Outstanding Amount of Notes shall have made written request to the Trustee to institute Proceedings in respect of such Event of Default in its own name as Trustee hereunder; (b) such Holder(s) of Notes have offered to the Trustee reasonable indemnity; (c) the Trustee has failed to institute any such Proceeding within 30 days after its receipt of such notice, request and offer of indemnity; and (d) no direction inconsistent with such written request has been given to the Trustee during such 30-day period by the Majority Noteholders. In the event the Trustee receives conflicting or inconsistent requests and indemnity from two or more groups of Holders of Notes, neither group constituting the Majority Noteholders, the Trustee in its sole discretion may determine what action, if any, will be taken. Modification of the Indenture The Indenture provides that the Trustee and the Issuer may enter into an indenture or indentures supplemental to the Indenture for the purpose of adding any provisions to, or changing or eliminating any of the provisions of the Indenture or of modifying the rights of the Holders of Notes under the Indenture, except in certain circumstances that will require unanimous consent, including without limitation (i) changes with respect to payment of principal, premium and interest (upon redemption, maturity or otherwise), (ii) the creation of any lien ranking prior to or on a parity with the lien of the Indenture with respect to any part of the Trust Estate, and (iii) termination of the lien of the Indenture. The Indenture also provides that the Issuer and the Trustee may amend or supplement the Indenture or the Notes without the consent of or notice to the Holders of Notes to, among other things, (i) provide for the issuance of the New Notes to be exchanged for Old Notes pursuant to a Registered Exchange Offer (as defined in the Registration Rights Agreement), (ii) cure any ambiguity, defect or inconsistency, (iii) make any change that does not materially and adversely affect the legal or other rights of any Holder of Notes, (iv) evidence and provide for the acceptance of appointment thereunder by a successor Trustee, or (v) comply with any requirements of the Commission in connection with the qualification of the Indenture under the TIA. The Indenture further provides that the provision regarding the withdrawal of funds from the Sinking Fund Account shall not be amended or supplemented without the prior written consent of Foodmaker. Satisfaction and Discharge of the Indenture The Indenture will be discharged and the liens Granted thereunder will cease and the Issuer will be relieved of all obligations thereunder, provided no Default (as defined in the Indenture) or Event of Default has occurred and is continuing, except as to (i) rights of registration of transfer and exchange, (ii) substitution of mutilated, destroyed, lost or stolen Notes, (iii) the rights of Holders of Notes to receive payments of principal and interest, (iv) the rights, obligations and immunities of the Trustee thereunder, and (v) the rights of Holders of Notes as beneficiaries with respect to the property deposited with the Trustee and payable to all or any of them; and the Trustee, on demand of and at the expense of 40 the Issuer, shall execute proper instruments acknowledging satisfaction and discharge of the Indenture (except as limited above), when: (1) all Notes theretofore authenticated and delivered (subject to certain exceptions set forth in the Indenture) have been paid in full; (2) the Issuer has paid or caused to be paid in full all other sums payable under the Indenture; and (3) the Issuer has delivered to the Trustee an Officer's Certificate and Opinion of Counsel stating that all conditions precedent to the satisfaction and discharge of the Indenture with respect to the Notes have been complied with. Concerning the Trustee The Indenture provides that, except during the continuance of an Event of Default, the Trustee will perform only such duties as are specifically set forth in the Indenture. The Majority Noteholders will have the right to direct the time, method and place of conducting any Proceeding for any remedy available to the Trustee or any right, remedy, trust or power conferred on the Trustee, subject to certain exceptions. The Indenture provides that following an Event of Default and acceleration of the indebtedness incurred under the Indenture, the Trustee will be required, in the exercise of its power, to use the same degree of care and skill as a prudent person would exercise or use under similar circumstances in the conduct of such person's own affairs. Subject to certain provisions of the Indenture, the Trustee will be under no duty to exercise any of its rights or powers under the Indenture at the request of any Holder of Notes, unless such holder shall have offered to the Trustee reasonable indemnity against the costs, expenses and liabilities to be incurred in compliance with such request. The Indenture and the TIA contain certain limitations on the rights of the Trustee, should it become a creditor of the Issuer, to obtain payment of claims in certain cases or to realize on certain property received in respect of any such claim as security or otherwise. Subject to the TIA, the Trustee will be permitted to engage in other transactions, provided that if the Trustee acquires any conflicting interest as described in the TIA it must eliminate such conflict or resign. 41 DESCRIPTION OF THE LEASES Concurrently with the acquisition by CRC-I of the Estate For Years in the Existing Assets (other than the Potential Existing Asset), CRC-I leased such Existing Assets to Foodmaker pursuant to the CRC-I Lease. Similarly, concurrently with the acquisition by CRC-II of the Estate For Years in the Construction Assets (other than the Potential Construction Assets), CRC-II leased such Construction Assets to Foodmaker pursuant to the CRC-II Lease. As CRC-I acquires the Estates For Years in the Potential Existing Asset, upon the acquisition by Foodmaker of the fee interest in the locations thereof (subject to Foodmaker's right of Substitution as it relates to the Potential Existing Asset, as described in "- Right of Substitution"), the CRC-I Lease will be amended to subject such Potential Existing Asset to the CRC-I Lease. Likewise, as CRC-II acquires the Estate For Years in the Potential Construction Assets, upon the acquisition by Foodmaker of the fee interest in the locations thereof (subject to Foodmaker's right of Substitution as it relates to the Potential Construction Assets, as described in "- Right of Substitution"), the CRC-II Lease will be amended to subject such Potential Construction Assets to the CRC-II Lease. Properties and Aggregate Net Rentable Building Area The Properties are located in six states: Arizona, California, Illinois, Missouri, Texas and Washington. These assets have been and are expected to initially be operated as Jack In The Box restaurants and have been and will be subject to use limitations requiring that they be used for restaurant purposes, or other business uses within Foodmaker's principal lines of business, for three years commencing on January 5, 1994. There are approximately 202,000 square feet of net rentable retail space (which includes kitchen, dining and food storage space). Basic Term and Renewal Options The CRC Leases became effective on January 5, 1994 and extend for an initial period expiring on November 1, 2003 (the "Basic Term"). Provided that the Notes are repaid and the Note Collateral is released from the lien of the Indenture, Lessee may exercise, separately and independently with respect to each Leased Property, four successive renewal terms ("Renewal Terms") of five years each (except that the Renewal Term will be six years with regard to those Properties in which the Estates For Years have been purchased by Lessee pursuant to the Year Nine Offer), plus a fifth renewal term ending November 30, 2028, exercisable by written notice to Lessor no later than 30 days after the date Lessor delivers to Lessee a valid Year Nine Rejection Notice or Rejection Notice pursuant to the terms of the CRC Leases and no later than 180 days prior to the expiration of each Renewal Term thereafter. Rental Rates The CRC Leases require Foodmaker to pay the amount of $6,875,000 per year in the aggregate for all of the Properties, payable in arrears in two equal semi-annual installments through the end of year nine of the Basic Term, each of which is due on or before the last business day of June and December in every year of the Basic Term commencing on the last business day of June, 1994 ("Basic Rent"). This payment will adjust in the case of an Early Termination of a Property to reflect the principal reduction under the terms of the CRC Notes. Foodmaker is liable for the full Basic Rent payment relating to the Existing Assets and the Construction Assets commencing on January 5, 1994 regardless of the status of acquisition of the Potential Existing Asset or the Potential Construction Assets or construction of the Construction Assets. With each semi-annual payment of Basic Rent, the Lessee will also be obligated to make a special rent payment in arrears in the amount of $747,402 through year nine, which payment will be paid directly to Trustee on behalf of CRC-I or CRC-II (as applicable) and will be deposited in the Sinking Fund Account (the "Special Rent"). In addition, at the beginning of year ten (i.e., the first business day of January, 2003) the Lessee will be obligated to make a special rent payment in an amount equal to the difference between $23,000,000 and the balance on deposit in the Sinking Fund Account. The foregoing semi-annual special rent payments of $747,402 and the special rent payment equal to the difference between $23,000,000 and the balance in the Sinking Fund Account at the beginning of year ten will adjust in the case of the Early Termination of any Property. 42 All amounts which Lessee is required to pay or discharge pursuant to the Lease in addition to Basic Rent and Special Rent (including every fee, charge, overdue interest and cost which may be added for nonpayment or late payment thereof) will constitute additional rent ("Additional Rent"). Rents payable pursuant to the Leases may not be decreased without the consent of the Majority Noteholders. Maintenance, Repairs and Alterations At its own expense, Lessee is required to keep the Leased Properties in good order, condition and repair, ordinary wear and tear or loss by fire or other casualty excepted, and in compliance with all Legal Requirements and Environmental Laws, subject to certain rights to contest set forth in the Leases. Lessee, at its sole cost and expense, may make alterations and improvements to the Leased Properties without Lessor's prior consent, free and clear of liens, provided that the alterations or improvements do not diminish the value of such properties. Title to alterations and improvements vests in Lessor subject to the term of the Estates For Years. Title to Trade Fixtures (as defined in the Leases) and other personal property and operating equipment of Lessee remains with Lessee and Lessee may remove its Trade Fixtures and other personal property and operating equipment at any time during the term of the Leases, provided that Lessee repairs any damage to the Leased Properties resulting from such removal. It is anticipated that all of the Properties will require some capital improvements over the next ten years. Generally, Foodmaker expects that its restaurants will require interior improvements approximately every five years and exterior improvements approximately every ten years. Utilities and Taxes During the term of the Leases, Lessee must pay for all utility, communication and other services furnished to the Leased Properties to the extent rendered or used on or about such properties. Lessee must also pay all real property taxes and any general and special assessments subject to certain rights to contest set forth in the Leases. Lessee is not obligated to pay taxes levied against Lessor unless those taxes are in lieu of any tax or assessment that would be payable by the Lessee under the Leases. Lessee must pay all taxes, assessments, license fees and other charges that are levied or assessed against its personal property and Trade Fixtures. Insurance The Leases obligate Lessee to maintain standard fire and extended coverage insurance, including endorsements for vandalism, malicious mischief, business interruption and sprinkler leakage (herein "All Risks Insurance"), on the Leased Properties covering all replacements and additions thereto and all building materials and other property which constitute part of such properties in a manner consistent with insurance maintained by Lessee on properties similar to such properties and in any event in amounts not less than the actual replacement cost of such properties, excluding land cost and other uninsurable items and with deductibles customarily maintained by Lessee. Lessee is also required to maintain comprehensive general liability insurance, including blanket contractual liability in the minimum amount of $5,000,000 per occurrence for bodily injury and/or property damage. Lessee is required to obtain insurance from insurance companies with a General Policy Rating of "A:VIII" or better in Best's Key Rating Guide and a Standard and Poor's Corporation rating of "B+" or better or a Moody's Investors Service, Inc. rating of Ba3 or better. Lessor's insurance policy rights will be assigned to the Trustee and the Trustee will be named as an additional insured with respect to such policies. The minimum limits of the required insurance will in no way limit the liability of Lessee under the Leases. Indemnification Lessee must indemnify and hold the Indemnified Parties harmless from any and all claims resulting from Lessee's use of the Leased Properties or otherwise relating to such properties during the term of the Leases. Furthermore, Lessee must provide indemnification to each Indemnified Party for any and all environmental contamination or damage which 43 occurs prior to the expiration of the Leases. Lessee is required to remediate any environmental contamination in accordance with applicable laws. While no assurances can be given as to the absence of material environmental contamination relating to any of the Properties, Lessee is not aware of any such material contamination. Neither Lessee nor any of its affiliates has been named as a Potentially Responsible Party with respect to any of the Properties. Damage, Destruction or Condemnation If a Leased Property is totally or partially destroyed by fire or other casualty, or is subject to a taking by a governmental authority pursuant to condemnation or other like action, Lessee must restore the Leased Property to substantially its previous condition, whether or not the insurance or condemnation proceeds are sufficient to cover the cost of restoration, unless Lessee elects to effect a Substitution or an Early Termination. Lessee may not terminate the Leases and is not entitled to an abatement of rent (except for rental adjustments resulting from an Early Termination) in the event of such damage, destruction or condemnation. Insurance or condemnation proceeds in excess of $500,000 for any one Leased Property or $3,000,000 in the aggregate at any time will be held by the Trustee and disbursed in progress payments as the work of restoration progresses, or, if Lessee elects a Substitution or Early Termination, upon consummation of such Substitution or Early Termination. Right of Substitution Lessee may effect a Substitution of any Property with a Substitute Property in any of the following circumstances: (i) a casualty or condemnation which, upon the sole determination of Lessee, renders the Leased Property permanently unsuitable for continuation of the then existing business use, (ii) Lessee determines any Leased Property to be economically infeasible for continuation of the then existing business, or (iii) in the case of the Potential Construction Assets or Potential Existing Asset, prior to being subjected to the applicable Lease. The Substitute Property must have a fair market value not less than the then current fair market value of the Property subject to the applicable Lease as confirmed by an independent appraisal (or as certified by Foodmaker in the case of a Substitute Property substituted for a Potential Construction Asset or Potential Existing Asset prior to being subjected to the applicable Lease) at the time of such Substitution. Foodmaker must (i) convey to the applicable Lessor an Estate For Years of a duration equal to the then remaining Estate For Years of the substituted Property and lease-back from Lessor the Substitute Property in accordance with the terms of and for the remaining term of the applicable Lease, and (ii) pay all charges incident to such conveyance of the Substitute Property. Such Substitute Property must also be encumbered as collateral for the CRC Notes pursuant to a deed of trust which would, in turn, be pledged as collateral for the Notes. Foodmaker will receive a release from the lien of the Indenture, the applicable deed of trust and Lease as it relates to the Property for which another Property has been substituted. Early Termination; Lease Modification At any time after the first business day of January, 1999, Lessee will have the right to effect an Early Termination with respect to any Property from the applicable Lease. In order to do so, the Lessee must initially make a "Special Sinker Rent" payment of 23/35ths of the Termination Value for the Property. The Lessee must then make an offer to purchase the Property for a price which is no less than the Termination Value of such Property plus the Termination Premium thereon (equivalent to the Prepayment Premium applicable to the CRC Notes) minus the "Special Sinker Rent" payment. These payments will be made directly to the Trustee and applied as prepayments under the CRC Notes. The applicable Lessor may reject this offer only if it counteroffers with a higher price and only if it has prepaid the applicable portion of the applicable CRC Note plus the prepayment premium. (See "Terms of the Transaction - Payments at Option of the Issuer.") No further "Special Sinker Rent" is due once payments of "Special Sinker Rent" in the aggregate amount of 23/70ths of the Termination Values of all Properties have been made.) Upon any Early Termination, the Basic Rent and Special Rent payments due under the applicable Lease will be adjusted to reflect the reduction in the principal balance of the applicable CRC Note. Foodmaker will receive a release from the lien of the Indenture, the applicable deed of trust and Lease as it relates to the Property so terminated. 44 Foodmaker will also be entitled to apply a portion of the Sinking Fund Account balance to the "Special Sinker Rent" payment due under the CRC Leases. Under the terms of the Indenture, the Lessors may neither alter nor terminate the Leases before the expiration of the Basic Term under the Leases. Assignment/Subletting; Surrender Lessee may sublease all or any part of the Leased Properties to subtenants. The term of the sublease may not extend beyond the then current term of the Leases. Any subletting by Lessee will not relieve Lessee of any of its obligations under the Leases. Lessee may assign its rights and obligations under either Lease provided there is no default and such an assignment shall not operate to release Lessee from its obligations under the Leases. The Leases provide that all of their provisions will bind the parties and their respective permitted successors and assigns. Surrender or mutual cancellation of the Leases will, at Lessor's option, operate as an assignment to it of any or all approved subleases or subtenancies. Defaults and Remedies Lease Defaults by Lessee are defined in the Leases to include: (i) failure to pay rent for all of the Properties under each of the CRC-I Lease and the CRC-II Lease when due; (ii) failure to observe or perform any covenants or provisions of the Leases, where such failure is not cured within thirty (30) days after written notice from Lessor of such failure (or such additional period of time as may be reasonable to cure the same with reasonable diligence); (iii) the making by Lessee of any general assignment for the benefit of creditors, filing by Lessee of any bankruptcy petition or a filing against Lessee of any bankruptcy petition which is not dismissed within sixty (60) days, the appointment of a trustee or receiver to take possession of Lessee, Lessee's interest in any Property or all or a substantial part of Lessee's other assets or the attachment or levy upon Lessee's interest in any Property which is not discharged within sixty (60) days; (iv) a final judgment for payment in excess of $1,000,000 is rendered against but not remitted by Lessee within sixty (60) days of such judgment (subject to Lessee's right to appeal such judgment and post a stay bond); (vi) an acceleration of Lessee's obligations under any single indebtedness or capital lease in excess of $25,000,000 or under more than one indebtedness or capital lease in the aggregate amount of $50,000,000 has occurred. Upon a Lease Default, subject to applicable state laws, Lessor has the following rights: (i) to accelerate Lessee's obligation to make the Rejectable Offers described below, in which case the purchase price payable shall be not less than the Termination Values of all Properties covered thereby, plus the Termination Premium applicable thereto (See "Description of the Underlying Transactions - Optional Prepayment "), (ii) to terminate Leases and recover damages for default; and (iii) to continue the Leases in effect and recover rent and all other payments as they become due. The transaction documents include certain limitations on the ability of the Lessor to terminate the Leases and recover payments due from Lessee in an amount in excess of the difference between (A) the Termination Values of all Properties covered thereon, plus the Termination Premium applicable thereto and (B) the fair market value of the Estates For Years for the Properties covered by the applicable Lease for the remaining term of such Estates For Years. Rejectable Offer Requirements By the beginning of year ten, the outstanding balance of the Notes must be reduced to $35,000,000 or less. The balance on deposit in the Sinking Fund Account plus Special Rent payments due during year nine is expected to be sufficient to discharge $23,000,000 of that obligation. The funds required to pay the remaining $12,000,000 are expected to come from the Year Nine Offer, in which the Lessee is required to make an irrevocable offer to purchase for at least $12,000,000, CRC-I's and CRC-II's Estates for Years in various Properties (the Termination Values of which, when added together, total $35,000,000). To the extent that the Lessee has elected Early Termination or has exercised its Year Nine Option, the amount required to be funded by the Year Nine Offer will be reduced. The purpose of the Year Nine Offer (taking into account any Early Termination election or exercise of the Year Nine Option by Lessee), together with the application of funds in the Sinking Fund Account and Special Rent payments, is to reduce the original balance of the Notes by 50% and to reduce the total Termination Values of the Properties by approximately 50%. 45 Under the Leases, Lessee must also, prior to the end of the Basic Term, make the Termination Date Rejectable Offer to purchase the Estate For Years in the remaining Properties covered thereby for a purchase price at least equal to the Termination Values of such Properties. This payment shall be sufficient to pay the remaining principal balance due under the CRC Notes on November 1, 2003. The amounts due under the Rejectable Offers will be reduced to the extent Foodmaker exercises its option to purchase (described below) some or all of the Estates For Years or elects Early Termination. If Lessor accepts the Rejectable Offers, the applicable Estates For Years must be conveyed to Lessee in accordance with the provisions in the Leases and the purchase price under the Rejectable Offers shall be delivered to the Trustee for payment of the principal and interest then due under the Notes. Pursuant to the terms of the Leases, the applicable Lessor has the right to reject each Rejectable Offer. However, pursuant to the terms of the Indenture, the applicable Lessor may only reject each Rejectable Offer provided Lessor shall deposit with Trustee cash in the amount necessary to pay the principal and interest then due under the Notes, less the amount available in the sinking fund. Should Lessor reject any Rejectable Offer, Lessee may elect to exercise any one of the following options on a Property- by-Property basis: (1) Terminate the Lease as of the last day of the Basic Term. (2) Extend and renew the Lease pursuant to the Renewal Options. (3) Elect to merge its reversionary interest with the Estate For Years in such Property, in which event either the Lessee will purchase the applicable Lessor's Estate For Years or the applicable Lessor will purchase the Lessee's reversionary interest in such Property at the prices designated in the Lease. Right of First Refusal and Option Right Lessee shall have the right and option, exercisable within 15 business days, to elect to purchase one or more of the applicable Lessor's Estate For Years in the Leased Properties if the applicable Lessor receives a bona fide written offer to purchase one or more Leased Properties and if Lessor intends to accept such an offer. Exercise of such right and option shall not affect the deed of trust encumbering such Leased Property as security for the CRC Notes, nor shall such right apply to a foreclosure sale; but provided no Lease Default is continuing such right shall remain exercisable after a foreclosure sale. There shall be no merger of the lessee's leasehold estate and the Estate For Years on account of any such acquisition of an Estate For Years. Lessee shall have an option to purchase, at the beginning of year ten, the applicable Lessor's Estate For Years in one or more Leased Properties having Termination Values not in excess of 50% of the Termination Values of all the Leased Properties. The option price will equal the fair market value of the relevant Estate For Years provided that it must be not less than 12/35 of the Termination Values of such Leased Properties. CRC-I and CRC-II will be obligated to make an additional principal payment equal to the difference between $35,000,000 and the balance in the sinking fund which will be covered by the Special Rent payment payable on the last business day of December 2002. Lessee shall also have an option to purchase the applicable Lessors' Estate For Years in one or more of the Leased Properties on the last day of the Basic Term or the last day of any Renewal Term or Extended Term. The option price will equal the Fair Market Value of the relevant Estate For Years, provided that if the option is exercised on or about the last day of the Basic Term, the option price shall not be less than the Termination Values of the Remaining Properties. Exercise of either such option shall not affect the deed of trust encumbering such Leased Property as security for the CRC Notes, but provided no Lease Default is continuing, such options shall remain exercisable after a foreclosure sale. 46 CERTAIN LEGAL ASPECTS OF REAL PROPERTY LEASES Concurrently with the acquisition by CRC-I of the Estate for Years in the Existing Assets (other than the Potential Existing Asset), and concurrently with the acquisition by CRC-II of the Estate for Years in the Construction Assets (other than the Potential Construction Assets), CRC-I leased the Existing Assets back to Foodmaker pursuant to the CRC-I Lease, and CRC-II leased the Construction Assets back to Foodmaker pursuant to the CRC- II Lease. The CRC-I Lease is to be periodically amended to include the Potential Existing Asset as CRC-I acquires an Estate for Years with respect to such Properties, and the CRC-II Lease is similarly to be amended to include the Potential Construction Assets as CRC-II acquires an Estate for Years with respect to such Properties. Certain issues can arise following lessee's breach of its obligations or following lessee's violation of the various restrictions set forth in the lease. Generally, a lease will not automatically terminate upon such a default by the lessee, nor will the lessor automatically be entitled to regain possession of the leased premises. Rather, the lessee's default entitles the lessor to enforce certain rights and proceed with certain remedies, which rights and remedies might include monetary damages, specific performance and/or the right to terminate the lease and regain possession of the leased premises. However, as explained below, a lessor is generally not entitled to use self help in enforcing the terms of the lease, but rather, the lessor must follow certain procedures dictated by applicable law, particularly where the desired remedy is eviction of the lessee and termination of the lease. A lessor is also generally entitled to waive its rights upon such a default, and may allow the lessee to remain in possession and continue the lease notwithstanding lessee's default. A lessor's rights and remedies with respect to a lessee's default under a lease, as well as the requisite methods for enforcing those rights, vary significantly from state to state, and are usually dictated by specific applicable law. In most instances the applicable law will be the law of the state where the leased premises are located, although the parties may attempt to direct that another jurisdiction's laws apply to the provisions of the lease. Such choice of law provisions, however, are not always automatically applied by the courts. Generally, the specific statutory law of the appropriate jurisdiction covering landlord/tenant rights and remedies will apply, and the lessor is generally required to strictly comply with these statutory provisions in order to enforce its rights under the lease. Mandatory compliance with many of these statutory provisions and requirements may be required regardless of the parties desires to the contrary, and regardless of the express language of the lease. As a result, a lessor facing a breach by its lessee of the obligations set forth in the lease may discover that it is not able to avail itself of all of the rights specified in the lease, at least without strictly complying with the applicable statutes. Such compliance may involve actions or procedures not described in or otherwise implied by the language of the lease and may delay or otherwise impede the enforcement of the written provisions of the lease. With specific respect to the CRC-I Lease and the CRC-II Lease, the governing law is stated to be the law of the state of California, however, specific provisions concerning the law of the various other States where the Properties in question are located have also been included. These provisions, as well as any other statutorily mandated requirements in the jurisdictions where the Properties are located, will apply in the event of Foodmaker's default of its obligations under the CRC Leases. While there are a variety of restrictions and obligations under the CRC Leases which Foodmaker might breach, Foodmaker's breach of its obligation to pay rent under the CRC Leases as and when due may be the most potentially damaging to the Holders of Notes. Moreover, the statutory requirements of a lessor discussed above will apply to such a default by Foodmaker, requiring that CRC- I and CRC-II (or the Trustee) follow certain procedures in response thereto. Again, these requirements vary from state to state and the paragraphs below summarize the existing statutory procedure in the States of California and Texas, where a majority of the Properties are located. Lessor's Rights Upon Lessee's Default Under California Law Under California law, if a lessee has defaulted on its obligation to pay rent, the lessor is entitled to recover possession of the leased premises from the lessee, in addition to monetary damages and other remedies. However, recovery of possession cannot occur automatically, even if the lease itself contains an express self operative forfeiture provision. Rather, the lessor would be obligated to follow the statutory procedures specifically set forth in the California statutes, which procedure is typically referred to as an action in unlawful detainer. The unlawful detainer action is intended to provide a lessor with an expeditious means of recovering possession of the leased premises following lessee's breach of the lease; however, it has certain limitations, and as a rule, strict compliance with all aspects of the statutory 47 procedure is required. Although other possible remedies exist in California such as an action to quiet title and an action for ejectment, unlawful detainer is by far the most prevalent and is generally the most advantageous for the lessor. California's unlawful detainer procedure requires the lessor to provide lessee with a three (3) day written notice to either pay the rent or quit possession of the leased premises. Such notice is only required if the lessor seeks to evict the lessee and recover possession of the leased premises, it is not necessarily required where alternative remedies such as monetary damages are being sought. The notice must be served upon lessee in strict accordance with the statute, must include a statement as to the specific covenant breached, and if the same be the payment of rent, must set forth the amount of rent then owing but unpaid. The lessor must also demand in its notice lessee's payment of the rent or performance of the breached obligation, and it must also state that if payment is not made or performance is not had within three (3) days following service thereof, lessee must relinquish possession of the leased premises. The lessor is obligated by statute to accept the lessee's payment of the delinquent rent made within the three (3) day period, and in such case the lease will not terminate but will continue pursuant to its terms. The lessor is not obligated to accept the lessee's payment of delinquent rent beyond the three (3) day period. If the lessee's default is of a non-monetary nature, the lessor will not be entitled to terminate the lease unless the lessee's non-monetary default or breach is of a "material" or "substantial" nature, which determination is an issue of fact to be decided by a court of law. Regardless of any express language in the lease to the contrary, under California law, absent a voluntary abandonment or surrender of the leased premises by lessee, a lessor may not retake possession of the leased premises following lessee's default without complying with the aforesaid statutory requirements, and doing otherwise may result in lessor waiving its rights to so terminate, and in a breach of lessor's obligation to provide lessee with quiet enjoyment of the leased premises under the lease. Because the primary purpose of an unlawful detainer action is to provide a summary procedure for the recovery of possession of real property, the scope of the proceedings are limited to issues regarding possession. As a result, the lessee's response, which must be provided within five (5) days, is required to be very limited in scope. With the exception of certain claims specifically set forth in the statute, the lessee is not permitted to cross-complain or otherwise raise affirmative defenses unrelated to the issue of possession. It is possible, however, for the court to inquire into the equitable considerations affecting lessee's right to possession, such as whether the lessee's relationship with its lessor is something beyond a landlord/tenant relationship. Similarly, the lessor's right to recover additional monetary damages under the unlawful detainer action are restricted. The additional monetary damages obtainable by the lessor are specifically described by California statutes, and must be sought in a separate civil action apart from the unlawful detainer action. Because the primary purpose of the unlawful detainer action is to regain possession, the lessee will only be entitled under such action to recover the amount of the unpaid rent owing up to the date of termination, and the amount accruing after termination through the unlawful detainer judgment (plus reasonable costs associated with the action and attorney fees if so provided in the lease). The additional monetary damages available in a separate action apart from the unlawful detainer action include not only the unpaid rent or other charges due and owing as of the date of termination (together with interest thereon), but also the amount of rent which lessor could have earned but for lessee's breach and the corresponding termination of the lease, minus the amount which lessee demonstrates could be reasonably avoided by lessor, and any other damages necessary to compensate lessor for the detriment which lessee proximately caused by its failure to perform. In a California unlawful detainer action, the lessor must first file a complaint with the court of proper jurisdiction, and as stated above, the lessee has five (5) days within which to respond. The lessor will generally simultaneously file a request with the court asking for a trial date. The lessee is generally entitled to a jury trial with full rights of discovery, and the trial date will generally be designated within thirty (30) days of the request (depending upon the jurisdiction); however, this period may be significantly extended depending upon the complexities of the case. If the lessor is successful at trial, the court will issue a judgment entitling lessor to a writ of possession, which writ of possession the lessor is entitled to take to the county sheriff for enforcement. The county sheriff will thereafter instruct the lessee to vacate the leased premises, and will further physically remove the lessee if compliance is not had generally within five (5) additional days. Upon such vacation, lessor is entitled to relet the leased premises without regard to the prior lease. Lessor's Rights Upon Lessee's Default Under Texas Law Upon a lessee's failure to pay rent in Texas, a lessor may choose to sue immediately for anticipatory breach of the contract and recover damages for such breach or may continue to enforce the lease and sue for rentals as they become due. The lessor is not required to mitigate his damages by locating another lessee to occupy the leased premises and replace the 48 lost rental stream. However, if another tenant is found and takes possession of the leased premises on behalf of the original lessee, the landlord may recover from his original lessee only the difference between the rent contracted for with that lessee and the rent to be paid by the substituted tenant. If the lessee does not voluntarily vacate the leased premises, the lessor may recover possession of the leased premises through a statutory remedy known as forcible detainer. Exercise of this remedy does not preclude actions for rent or other damages. However, the forcible detainer action must be filed in a justice court, where very low monetary limits on claims allowed typically preclude the joinder of an action for rent in the same proceeding. Thus, a separate action must be brought for recovery of rent. Texas statutes require that a landlord provide at least three (3) days' written notice prior to filing a forcible detainer suit. Unlike the California statute, a shorter or longer notice period is allowed if so specified in a written lease. If the landlord wishes to be eligible to recover attorney's fees and the lease does not specify the landlord's right to such fees, the landlord must additionally give the lessee a written demand stating that the lessee must vacate the premises within eleven (11) days or that lessee will be subject to a suit including the potential award of attorney's fees to the landlord. This demand must be sent to the lessee ten (10) days prior to the filing of the forcible detainer suit. At the time a complaint is filed, the landlord may also file a possession bond. The lessee may then remain in possession only by filing a counterbond and, within six (6) days following receipt of notice of the landlord's action, demanding trial on the issue of possession. If the lessee fails to take such action, the lessor may be put in possession promptly after expiration of the six-day period. Should the lessee properly contest possession, the landlord cannot gain possession until five (5) days following completion of the court proceeding and judgment in favor of the landlord. An appeal of the justice court's ruling may be made by a trial de novo in a county court. A substantial period of time may thus be consumed by a contested forcible detainer action. 49 CERTAIN FEDERAL INCOME TAX CONSEQUENCES An exchange of an Old Note for a New Note pursuant to the Exchange Offer will not be treated as a material change in the terms of the Old Notes. As a result, each New Note will be treated as a continuation of the corresponding Old Note. An exchanging Holder of Old Notes' holding period for a New Note will include its holding period for the Old Note. In addition, such holder will not recognize any gain or loss, and its basis and other tax attributes with respect to the New Note will be the same as its basis and other tax attributes with respect to the Old Note. The Exchange Offer will result in no federal income tax consequences to a nonexchanging Holder of Old Notes. The preceding discussion summarizing certain federal income tax consequences of the Exchange Offer reflects the opinion of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, counsel to the Issuer, as to material federal income tax consequences expected to result from the Exchange Offer. An opinion of counsel is not binding on the Internal Revenue Service ("IRS") or the courts, and there can be no assurances that the IRS will not take, and that a court would not sustain, a position contrary to that described above. Moreover, the foregoing discussion is for general information only and does not constitute comprehensive tax advice to any particular Holder of Old Notes. The summary is based on the current provisions of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, and applicable Treasury regulations, judicial authority and administrative pronouncements. Those consequences could be modified by future changes in the relevant law, which could have retroactive effect. Each Holder of Old Notes should consult its own tax adviser as to these and any other federal income tax consequences of the Exchange Offer as well as any tax consequences to it under state, local or other law. LEGAL MATTERS The validity of the New Notes offered hereby will be passed upon for the Issuer by Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, San Diego, California ("Counsel"). Such firm also has rendered an opinion as to the federal income tax consequences of the Exchange Offer. See "Certain Federal Income Tax Consequences." The validity of the CRC-I Guaranty and the CRC-II Guaranty as to the New Notes will be passed upon for CRC-I and CRC-II by Hinckley, Allen & Snyder, Providence, Rhode Island. EXPERTS The financial statements of the Issuer, CRC-I and CRC-II, as of March 31, 1994 and December 31, 1993, and for the three months ended March 31, 1994 included in the Prospectus and Registration Statement have been included herein in reliance on the reports of KPMG Peat Marwick, independent certified public accountants, appearing elsewhere herein, and upon the authority of said firm as experts in accounting and auditing. The consolidated financial statements of Foodmaker and related schedules as of October 3, 1993 and September 27, 1992 and for the fifty-three weeks ended October 3, 1993 and fifty-two weeks ended September 27, 1992 and September 29, 1991, incorporated by reference herein, have been incorporated by reference herein in reliance upon the reports of KPMG Peat Marwick, independent certified public accountants, incorporated by reference herein and upon the authority of said firm as experts in accounting and auditing. The consolidated financial statements of Family Restaurants, Inc. (formerly The Restaurant Enterprises Group, Inc.) incorporated by reference from Foodmaker's Current Report on Form 8-K/A dated January 27, 1994 have been audited by Deloitte & Touche, independent auditors, as stated in their report which includes an explanatory paragraph relating to Family Restaurants, Inc. entering into bankruptcy on November 23, 1993, which is incorporated herein by reference, and have been so incorporated in reliance upon the report of such firm given upon their authority as experts in accounting and auditing. 50 GLOSSARY Additional Rent - All amounts which Lessee is required to pay or discharge pursuant to the Lease in addition to Basic Rent and Special Rent (including every fee, charge, overdue interest and cost which may be added for nonpayment or late payment thereof). Administrative Expenses - Without duplication, the sum of: (a) certain amounts due to and expenses incurred by the Trustee relating to the administration and maintenance of the Trust Estate as set forth in the Indenture; (b) any fees and expenses, other than fees and expenses paid in connection with the issuance of the Notes, due to the respective counsel of the Holders of Notes and the Trustee; (c) certain amounts due to Holders of Notes; and (d) any fees and expenses payable to the Rating Agencies other than in connection with the issuance of the Notes. Affiliate - of any specified Person: (a) Any other Person controlling or controlled by or under common control with such specified Person; and (b) any partner of such Person if such Person is a partnership, or any shareholder of such Person if such Person is a corporation. For the purposes of this definition, "control," when used with respect to any specified Person, means the power to direct the management and policies of such Person, directly or indirectly, whether through the ownership of voting securities, by contract, or otherwise; and the terms "controlling" and "controlled" have meanings correlative to the foregoing. Agent's Message - A message, transmitted by the Book-Entry Transfer Facility to, and received by, the Exchange Agent and forming a part of a Book- Entry Confirmation, which states that such Book-Entry Transfer Facility has received an express acknowledgment from the participant in such Book-Entry Transfer Facility tendering the Old Notes which are the subject of such Book- Entry Confirmation, that such participant has received and agrees to be bound by the terms of the Letter of Transmittal, and that the Issuer may enforce such agreement against such participant. Aggregate Outstanding Amount - The aggregate principal amount of all Outstanding Notes. All Risks Insurance - Standard fire and extended coverage insurance, including endorsements for vandalism, malicious mischief, business interruption and sprinkler leakage, maintained by the Lessee pursuant to the Leases on the Leased Properties covering all replacements and additions thereto and all building materials and other property which constitute part of such properties in a manner consistent with insurance maintained by Lessee on properties similar to such properties and, in any event, in amounts not less than the actual replacement cost of such properties, excluding land cost and other uninsurable items and with deductibles customarily maintained by Lessee. Authorized Officer - With respect to the Issuer, any Person whose name and specimen signature appears on a list of Authorized Officers furnished to the Trustee as certified by the Secretary of the Issuer. With respect to the Trustee or any other bank or trust company acting as trustee of an express trust or as custodian, a Responsible Officer. With respect to the Lessee, any Person whose name and specimen signature appears on a list of Authorized Officers furnished to the Trustee as certified by the Secretary of the Lessee. Bankruptcy Code - Title 11 of the United States Code. Basic Rent - $6,875,000 per year in the aggregate for all of the Properties, payable by Foodmaker pursuant to the CRC Leases. Basic Term - The initial term of each of the CRC Leases expiring on November 1, 2003. Book-Entry Confirmation - Confirmation of the book-entry transfer of the Old Notes into the Exchange Agent's account at the Book-Entry Transfer Facility pursuant to the "Procedures for Tendering." Code - The Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, or any successor statute(s). Collateral Documents - All documents entered into to create or perfect the security interests in the Collateral. 51 Commission - The Securities and Exchange Commission. Construction Assets - Four existing Jack In The Box restaurants and approximately thirty-four to-be-constructed Jack In The Box restaurants in which Estates For Years have been or will be acquired by CRC-II. See "Description of the Underlying Transactions - Schedule of Properties." Consummation Date - September 4, 1994 (the date by which the Exchange Offer is required to be consummated pursuant to the terms of the Registration Rights Agreement). Corporate Governance Agreement - The Agreement Regarding Corporate Governance, amended and restated as of May 4, 1994. CRC-I - CRC-I Limited Partnership, a Massachusetts limited partnership. CRC-I Collateral - Primarily: (1) an absolute assignment to the Issuer of CRC-I's rights as Lessor under the CRC-I Lease; (2) a first priority deed of trust in favor of the Issuer on CRC-I's rights in the Existing Assets under the Estates For Years, as acquired; and (3) a first priority deed of trust in favor of the Issuer on Foodmaker's reversionary rights in the Existing Assets, as acquired. CRC-I Guaranty - A full and unconditional guaranty of the Notes, executed and delivered to the Trustee by CRC-I, which is nonrecourse to the general partners of CRC-I. CRC-I Lease - The master lease dated December 15, 1993, pursuant to which CRC-I, as Lessor, will lease the Existing Assets to Foodmaker, as Lessee. CRC-I Note - The secured promissory note issued by CRC-I in the principal amount of $30,172,952 and purchased by the Issuer with the proceeds of the Old Notes. CRC-I Note Purchase Price - The purchase price of the CRC-I Note, $28,633,100. CRC-II - CRC-II Limited Partnership, a Massachusetts limited partnership. CRC-II Collateral - Primarily: (1) an absolute assignment to the Issuer of CRC-II's rights as Lessor under the CRC-II Lease; (2) a first priority deed of trust in favor of the Issuer on CRC-II's rights in the Construction Assets under the Estates For Years, as acquired; and (3) a first priority deed of trust in favor of the Issuer on Foodmaker's reversionary rights in the Construction Assets, as acquired. CRC-II Guaranty - A full and unconditional guaranty of the Notes, executed and delivered to the Trustee by CRC-II, which is nonrecourse as to the general partners of CRC-II. CRC-II Lease - The master lease dated December 15, 1993, pursuant to which CRC-II, as Lessor, will lease the Construction Assets to Foodmaker, as Lessee. CRC-II Note - The secured promissory note issued by CRC-II in the principal amount of $39,827,048 and purchased by the Issuer with the proceeds of the Old Notes. CRC-II Note Purchase Price - The purchase price of the CRC-II Note, $37,794,505. CRC Collateral - Collectively, the CRC-I Collateral and the CRC-II Collateral. CRC Leases - Collectively, the CRC-I Lease and the CRC-II Lease. CRC Notes - Collectively, the CRC-I Note and the CRC-II Note. 52 declaration of acceleration - A declaration by the Majority Noteholders, made if an Event of Default occurs and is continuing, that the principal of all the Notes is immediately due and payable, or an automatic acceleration that occurs upon certain Events of Default. Designated Officer - A designated individual who is both an officer and director of Foodmaker and whom the Shareholders are obligated to elect as a director of, and the Independent Director is obligated to elect to all officer positions of, the Issuer, CRC-I and CRC-II, pursuant to the Corporate Governence Agreement. Early Termination - A termination that may be effected by Foodmaker, as Lessee, pursuant to the applicable Lease on any Property at any time after the first business day of January, 1999 and prior to the termination of that Lease. Effective Date - August 4, 1994 (the date by which the shelf registration is required to be declared effective pursuant to the terms of the Registration Rights Agreement). Eligible Institution - Any firm that is a member of a registered national securities exchange or a member of the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. or a commercial bank or trust company having an office in the United States. Environmental Laws - The Resource Conservation and Recovery Art (42 U.S.C. Section 6901 et seq.), as amended by the Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments of 1984, the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (42 U.S.C. Section 9601 et seq.), as amended by the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986, the Hazardous Materials Transportation Act (49 U.S.C. Section 1801 et seq.), the Toxic Substances Control Act (15 U.S.C. Section 2601 et seq.), the Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C. Section 9402 et seq.), the Clean Water Act (33 U.S.C. Section 1251 et seq.), the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (7 U.S.C. Section 136 et seq.), the Occupational Safety and Health Act (29 U.S.C. Section 651 et seq.) and all applicable federal, state and local environmental laws, including obligations under the common law, ordinances, rules, regulations, private agreements (such as covenants, conditions and restrictions), orders, consent decrees, judgments, permits, licenses, authorizations, codes and publications, as any of the foregoing may have been or may be from time to time amended, supplemented or supplanted, and any other federal, state or local laws, including obligations under the common law, ordinances, rules, regulations, private agreements (such as covenants, conditions and restrictions) and publications, now or hereafter existing relating to regulation or control of Hazardous Substances or environmental health and safety. Estates For Years - With respect to CRC-I, the Estates For Years to expire on November 30, 2028 in the Existing Assets, and with respect to CRC-II, the Estates For Years to expire on November 30, 2028 in the Construction Assets. An estate for years in real property, wherein the individual or entity being granted such an estate acquires a certain interest in the subject real property that includes the right of exclusive possession, is expressly stated to exist for some fixed and determinate period such that the estate has a definite beginning and a definite ending. The grantor of such an estate for years retains a reversionary interest in the subject real property which is realized upon expiration of the stated term. Event Of Default - Certain events the occurrence of which trigger the default of a party under the Indenture. See "Description of New Notes -- Events of Defaults and Remedies." Exchange Act - The Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. Exchange Offer - The offer by the Issuer to exchange up to $70 million aggregate principal amount of New Notes for a like amount of Old Notes. Exchange Offer Termination Notice - Notice of termination of the Exchange Offer. Existing Assets - Thirty-eight existing Jack In The Box restaurants in which Estates For Years have been or will be acquired by CRC-I. See "Description of the Underlying Transactions - Schedule of Properties." 53 Expiration Date - The last date upon which the Issuer will accept for exchange validly tendered Old Notes, ____________, 1994, or such later date to which the Exchange Offer is extended by the Issuer. Filing Date - May 4, 1994 (the date by which the Registration Statement, of which this Prospectus is a part, or, if required, a shelf registration statement was to be filed by the Issuer). Financing - The Issuer's issuing and selling of the Notes, as principal and as agent for CRC-I and CRC-II, and entering into the Indenture in connection therewith. Foodmaker - Foodmaker, Inc., a Delaware corporation. Foodmaker Mortgages - With respect to each Property, the mortgage, deed of trust, deed to secure debt or other security document now or hereafter executed by Foodmaker creating a first priority, perfected lien on and security interest in, among other things, Foodmaker's reversionary interest in such Property, in favor of the Issuer, as collateral for the CRC Notes, with a collateral assignment thereof by the Issuer to the Trustee as security for the payment of the Notes, or all of such mortgages, collectively. General Partner - With respect to CRC-I, CRC-I Corp., a Massachusetts corporation, and with respect to CRC-II, CRC-II Corp., a Massachusetts corporation. Grant - To grant, bargain, sell, warrant, alienate, demise, release, convey, assign, transfer, mortgage, charge, pledge, create and grant a security interest in and right of set-off against, deposit, set over, and confirm. A Grant of the CRC Notes and the other Mortgage Note Documents, or of any other instrument or agreement Granted hereunder, shall include all rights, powers, privileges, remedies, options and other benefits (but none of the obligations) of the Granting party thereunder, including without limitation the immediate and continuing right to claim for, to collect, to receive and to give any receipt for principal, premium, if any, and interest payments in respect of the CRC Notes and all other monies and other property payable thereunder or in respect thereof, to give and to receive notices and other communications, to make waivers or other agreements, to exercise all rights, powers, privileges, remedies, options and other benefits, to bring Proceedings in the name of the Granting party or otherwise, and generally to do and to receive anything that the Granting party is or may be entitled to do or to receive thereunder or with respect thereto. Holders Of New Notes - The holders of record of the New Notes. Holders Of Notes - Holders of Old Notes and Holders of New Notes, collectively. Holders Of Old Notes - The holders of record of the Old Notes. Indemnified Party - Each of Lessor, Lessor's Mortgagee, the Indenture Trustee, each Holder of Notes and their respective Affiliates, directors, officers, employees, successors and assigns. Indenture - The indenture pursuant to which the Notes have been or will be issued dated as of December 15, 1993, between the Issuer, as principal and agent for CRC-I and CRC-II, and the Trustee, as amended by an amendment dated as of July 15, 1994, among the Issuer, CRC-I, CRC-II and the Trustee. Independent - When used with respect to any specified Person, means such a Person who (a) is in fact independent of the Issuer, the Lessee, CRC-I, CRC-II and of any Affiliate of any thereof, (b) does not have any direct financial interest or any material indirect financial interest in the Issuer, the Lessee, CRC-I, CRC-II or in any Affiliate of any thereof, and (c) is not connected with the Issuer, the Lessee, CRC-I, CRC-II or any Affiliate of any thereof as an officer, employee, promoter, underwriter, trustee, partner (whether general or limited), director, shareholder, beneficiary or Person performing similar functions or having similar ownership interests. Whenever it is provided herein that any Independent Person's opinion or certificate shall be furnished to the Trustee, such Person shall be appointed by Issuer Order and such opinion or certificate shall state that the signer has read this definition and that the signer is Independent within the meaning hereof. "Independent" when used with respect to any accountant shall include an accountant who audits the books of any Person referred to in clause (a) above if, in addition to satisfying the criteria set forth above, the 54 accountant is independent with respect to such Person within the meaning of Rule 101 of the Code of Ethics of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Independent Director - An individual unaffiliated with the Issuer, CRC-I Corp. or CRC-II Corp. who meets the requirements set forth in the Issuer's Certificate of Incorporation. Initial Purchasers - The purchasers of the Old Notes who are signatories to the Registration Rights Agreement. Installment Payment Date - The first business day of each January and July, from and including July, 1994 through and including July, 2003. Issuer - FM 1993A Corp., a Delaware corporation. Lease Default - Any event of default as defined under the Leases. See "Description of the Leases - Defaults and Remedies." Leased Properties - The Existing Assets, other than the Potential Existing Asset, and the Construction Assets, other than the Potential Construction Assets. Leases - The CRC-I Lease and the CRC-II Lease, together. Legal Requirements - All laws, rules, orders, ordinances, regulations and requirements now or hereafter enacted or promulgated, of every government and municipality having jurisdiction over Lessee or the Leased Properties and of any agency thereof, relating to Lessee or the Leased Properties, or the improvements, or the facilities or equipment thereon or therein, or the streets, sidewalks, curbs and gutters adjoining the Leased Properties, or the appurtenances to such Properties, or the franchises and privileges connected therewith, including without limitation the Americans with Disabilities Act and Environmental Laws, all rules, orders and regulations of the National Board of Fire Underwriters or other body exercising similar functions in connection with the prevention of fire or the correction of hazardous conditions which apply to the Leased Properties, and all private covenants, conditions and restrictions affecting such properties. Lessee - Foodmaker, Inc. Majority Noteholders - The holders of more than 50% of the Aggregate Outstanding Amount of the Notes. Maturity - With respect to any Note, the date on which the entire unpaid principal of and interest on such Note becomes due and payable as provided therein or in the Indenture, whether at the Stated Maturity or by declaration of acceleration pursuant to the terms of the Indenture. Mortgage Note Documents - The meaning specified in the Mortgages. New Notes - The Issuer's Series B 9.75% Senior Secured Notes due November 1, 2003. Note Collateral - The pledge by the Issuer to the Trustee of the CRC Notes and the CRC Collateral, and a pledge of the Issuer's rights in and to certain accounts to be maintained by the Trustee pursuant to the Indenture, and all funds held therein. Notes - The Old Notes and the New Notes, collectively. Officer's Certificate - A certificate signed on behalf of any Person by the principal executive officer, principal financial officer or principal accounting officer of such Person. Old Notes - The Issuer's privately placed 9.75% Senior Secured Notes due November 1, 2003. 55 Opinion Of Independent Counsel - A written opinion, in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to the Trustee, addressed to the Trustee and the Holders of Notes, of a law firm which shall be Independent and which shall be reasonably satisfactory to the Trustee. Opinion Of Counsel - A written opinion of counsel in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to the recipient of such opinion, which opinion may be subject to any necessary or customary qualifications, exceptions, or limitations. The counsel may be an employee of or counsel to the Issuer, CRC-I, CRC-II or the Trustee. Outstanding - With respect to the Notes, as of the date of determination, all Notes theretofore authenticated and delivered under the Indenture except: (a) Notes theretofore cancelled by the Note Registrar; (b) Notes or portions thereof for whose payment money in the necessary amount has been theretofore irrevocably deposited with the Trustee in trust for the Holders of Notes pursuant to the provisions of the Indenture; (c) Notes in exchange for or in lieu of which other Notes have been authenticated and delivered pursuant to the Indenture; and (d) Notes alleged to have been mutilated, destroyed, lost, or stolen for which replacement Notes have been issued as provided in the Indenture; provided that, in determining whether the holders of the requisite Aggregate Outstanding Amount of the Notes have given any request, demand, authorizations, direction, notice, consent, or waiver under the Indenture, any Notes owned by or pledged to the Issuer, CRC-I or CRC-II, any limited partner of CRC-I or CRC-II, or any general partner of CRC-I or CRC-II or any Affiliate of any thereof shall be disregarded and deemed not to be Outstanding, except that, in determining whether the Trustee shall be protected in relying upon any such request, demand, authorization, direction, notice, consent, or waiver, only Notes that the Trustee knows to be so owned or so pledged shall be disregarded. Notes owned by a Person described in the immediately preceding sentence that have been pledged in good faith may be regarded as Outstanding if the pledgee certifies to the Trustee the pledgee's right so to act with respect to such Notes and that the pledgee is not any of the Persons described in the immediately preceding sentence. Payment Date - With respect to each semi-annual installment or deposit payable under the Notes, each Installment Payment Date, and with respect to the final payment or deposit at Maturity, the Stated Maturity specified in the Notes. Payment Date Statement - A statement to be prepared by the Issuer not later than the second business day preceding each payment date containing certain information pertaining to the interest, premium, and principal, if any, to be paid; the amount of cash held in certain accounts; the amount of certain investments held in certain accounts; the amount to be withdrawn from certain accounts; the balance remaining in certain accounts; the amount due to the Trustee; the amount of certain administrative expenses; the amount of rent received; the amount of rent credited to certain interest and principal payments; the amounts deposited in certain accounts; and the amount of certain income payable to Foodmaker. Person - Any individual, corporation, partnership, joint venture, association, joint stock company, trust, unincorporated organization, or government or any agency or political subdivision thereof. PORTAL - Private Offerings, Resales and Trading through Automated Linkages Market. Potential Construction Assets - Those Construction Assets which Foodmaker has not yet acquired fee title to. For a complete listing see "Description of the Underlying Transactions -- Schedule of Properties." Potential Existing Asset - The Existing Asset which Foodmaker has not yet acquired fee title to. For a complete listing see "Description of the Underlying Transactions -- Schedule of Properties." Prepayment Premium - The premium above par the Issuer must pay if the Notes are prepaid in connection with an Early Termination under the Leases, equal to the following percentages of the principal amount of the Notes to be prepaid: year six-5.00%, year seven-3.75%, year eight-2.50%, year nine-1.25%, and year ten-0.00%. Proceeding - Any suit in equity, action at law, or other judicial or administrative proceeding. Properties - The Construction Assets and the Existing Assets, collectively. 56 Property - A Construction Asset or an Existing Asset. Registered Exchange Offer - An offer by the Issuer to each Holder of the Old Notes of the opportunity to exchange all outstanding Old Notes for the New Notes in an aggregate principal amount equal to the aggregate principal amount of the Old Notes. Registration Rights Agreement - An agreement dated as of December 15, 1993, among the Issuer, Foodmaker, CRC-I, CRC-II, and the Initial Purchasers pursuant to which the Holders of Old Notes were granted certain registration rights. Registration Statement - The registration statement relating to the New Notes, together with all amendments and exhibits filed with the Commission under the Securities Act. Rejectable Offer - Each of the Year Nine Offer and the Termination Date Rejectable Offer. Rejection Notice - Written notice of Lessor's rejection of the Termination Date Rejectable Offer. Renewal Terms - Four successive renewal terms of five years each (except that the Renewal Term will be six years with regard to those Properties in which the Estates For Years have been purchased by Lessee pursuant to the Year Nine Offer), plus a fifth renewal term ending November 30, 2028, that Lessee may exercise when certain terms of the Notes are satisfied. Responsible Issuer Officer - Any officer of the Issuer, including any president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, assistant vice president, assistant secretary, assistant treasurer or any other officer of the Issuer customarily performing functions similar to those performed by the persons who at the time shall be such officers, respectively or to whom any matter is referred because of his or her knowledge of, or familiarity with, this Indenture or the transactions contemplated hereby. Responsible Officer - When used with respect to the Trustee, any officer within the Corporate Trust Office of the Trustee (or any successor group of the Trustee) including any vice president, assistant vice president, assistant secretary, or any other officer of the Trustee customarily performing functions similar to those performed by the persons who at the time shall be such officers, and to whom any corporate trust matter relating to the transactions contemplated by the provisions of this Indenture is referred because of his or her knowledge of, or familiarity with, the particular subject. Securities Act - The Securities Act of 1933, as amended. Shareholders - The original shareholders of the Issuer, CRC-I Corp. and CRC-II Corp. Sinking Fund Account - The sinking fund account established and maintained by the Trustee pursuant to the Indenture. Special Rent - A semi-annual rent payment in arrears, in the amount of $747,402 through year nine, and payment in an amount equal to the difference between $23,000,000 and the balance on deposit in the Sinking Fund Account, payable on the last business day of December 2002, which payment will be paid directly to Trustee by the Lessee on behalf of CRC-I or CRC-II (as applicable) to be deposited in the Sinking Fund Account. Special Sinker Rent - A payment of 23/35ths of the Termination Value for the Property made by the Lessee in order to effectuate an Early Termination pursuant to the Leases. Substitute Property - A property used to replace a Property listed on the "Schedule of Properties" in the event of a Substitution. Substitution - A substitution effected by Foodmaker of any Property listed on the "Schedule of Properties" with a Substitute Property. 57 Termination Date Rejectable Offer - An irrevocable offer required to be made by the Lessee at the end of the Leases' Basic Term to purchase the Estate for Years in the remaining Properties for a purchase price at least equal to the Termination Values of such Properties. Termination Value - A Property's initial allocated portion of the applicable CRC-I or CRC-II original note balance. TIA - The Trust Indenture Act of 1939 (15 U.S. Code Sections 77aaa- 77bbbb) as in effect on the date of execution of this Indenture. Trade Fixtures - Certain items specified in the Leases plus all other items of machinery, equipment or personal property which Lessee utilizes to conduct its business on the Leased Property. Transaction Documents - All documents relating to the offer and sale of the Notes and the CRC Leases to which the Issuer, CRC-I Corp. and/or CRC-II Corp. is a party, as set forth in the Corporate Governance Agreement. Trust Estate - All of the Issuer's right, title and interest now owned or hereafter acquired in, to and under all of (but none of its obligations with respect to any of) its assets, whether now existing or hereafter coming into existence, including, without limitation, (a) the CRC Notes, the CRC-I Lease Assignment, the CRC-II Lease Assignment, the CRC-I Mortgages, the CRC-II Mortgages, the Foodmaker Mortgages, the Deposit Accounts Security Agreements, and the Financing Statements, and all other Mortgage Note Documents, including, without limitation, any collateral that may be acquired by foreclosure or deed in lieu of foreclosure and all proceeds of or to which the Issuer is entitled under any of the foregoing, including without limitation, Insurance and Condemnation Proceeds, Liquidation Proceeds and all income from REO Properties; (b) all funds from time to time held in the Collection Account, including Reinvestment Income (if any) thereon; (c) all funds from time to time held in the Construction Account, including Reinvestment Income thereon; (d) all funds from time to time held in the Proceeds Account, including Reinvestment Income (if any) thereon; (e) all funds from time to time held in any REO Account, including Reinvestment Income thereon; (f) all funds from time to time held in the Administrative Expenses Account, including Reinvestment Income (if any) thereon; (g) all funds from time to time held in the Closing Costs Account, including Reinvestment Income (if any) thereon; (h) all funds from time to time held in the Sinking Fund Account, including Reinvestment Income thereon; (i) all funds from time to time held in the Equity Collection Account, including Reinvestment Income thereon; (j) all funds from time to time held in the Additional Unit Acquisition Account, including Reinvestment Income thereon; (k) the Insurance Policies; (l) other contracts or agreements of the Issuer; (m) all other property, real or personal, tangible or intangible; and (n) all proceeds of any of the foregoing of every kind and nature whatsoever, including without limitation, proceeds of proceeds, and the conversion, voluntary or involuntary, of any of the foregoing into cash or other property (including, but not limited to, any Eligible Investments). Trustee - State Street Bank and Trust Company, and its successors in interest and any corporation resulting from or surviving any consolidation or merger to which it or its successors may be a party or any successor trustee at the time serving as successor trustee as permitted hereunder. Year Nine Offer - The irrevocable offer that Lessee is required to make under the terms of the Leases to purchase CRC-I's and CRC-II's Estates For Years in Properties having an aggregate Termination Value of at least 50% of the Termination Values of all Properties initially covered by the CRC Leases during year nine of the Leases. Year Nine Rejection Notice - Written notice of Lessor's rejection of the Year Nine Offer. Year Nine Termination Date - The first business day of January, 2003. 58 ==================================== ================================= No dealer, salesman or other person has been authorized to give any information or to make any representation in connection with this Exchange Offer other than FOODMAKER, INC. those contained in this Prospectus, and if given or made, such information or representation must not be relied upon as having been authorized by the Issuer. This Prospectus does not $70,000,000 constitute an offer to sell, or a Series B solicitation of an offer to buy, 9.75% Senior Secured Notes any securities other than the due November 1, 2003 securities to which it relates an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy such securities in any circumstances in which such offer or solicitation is unlawful. Neither the delivery of this Prospectus nor any sale made hereunder shall, under any circumstances, create any implication that there has been no _____________ change in the affairs of the Issuer since the date hereof or PROSPECTUS that the information contained herein is correct as of any time _____________ subsequent to its date. ___________ TABLE OF CONTENTS Page ---- Incorporation Of Certain Foodmaker Documents By Reference. . . . . . . . . . 2 Available Information . . . . 2 Prospectus Summary. . . . . . 5 _____________, 1994 Transaction Schematic . . . . 12 Risk Factors. . . . . . . . . 13 The Exchange Offer. . . . . . 15 Use of Proceeds by Foodmaker. 21 Selected Unaudited Pro Forma Financial Data . . . . . . . 21 Management's Discussion And Analysis Of Financial Condition And Results Of Operations . . . . . . . . . 22 Business. . . . . . . . . . . 23 Management. . . . . . . . . . 25 Ownership Of Equity Securities . . . . . . . . . 25 Description Of The Underlying Transactions . . . . . . . . 26 Description Of New Notes. . . 34 Description Of The Leases . . 42 Certain Legal Aspects of Real Property Leases . . . . 47 Certain Federal Income Tax Consequences . . . . . . . . 50 Legal Matters . . . . . . . . 50 Experts . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Glossary. . . . . . . . . . . 51 Index To Financial Statements . . . . . . . . . F-1 ==================================== ================================= INDEX TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Page FM 1993A CORP. ---- - -------------- For the Periods ended March 31, 1994 and December 31, 1993: Independent Auditors' Report F-2 Balance Sheets F-3 Statements of Operations F-4 Statements of Stockholder's Equity F-5 Statements of Cash Flows F-6 Notes to Financial Statements F-7 CRC-I LIMITED PARTNERSHIP - ------------------------- For the Periods ended March 31, 1994 and December 31, 1993: Independent Auditors' Report F-8 Balance Sheets F-9 Statements of Operations F-10 Statements of Partners' Capital F-11 Statements of Cash Flows F-12 Notes to Financial Statements F-13 CRC-II LIMITED PARTNERSHIP - -------------------------- For the Periods ended March 31, 1994 and December 31, 1993: Independent Auditors' Report F-14 Balance Sheets F-15 Statements of Operations F-16 Statements of Partners' Capital F-17 Statements of Cash Flows F-18 Notes to Financial Statements F-19 INDEPENDENT AUDITORS' REPORT The Board of Directors FM 1993A Corp.: We have audited the accompanying balance sheets of FM 1993A Corp. as of March 31, 1994 and December 31, 1993, and the related statements of operations, stockholder's equity, and cash flows for the three months ended March 31, 1994 and for the period from December 22, 1993 (inception) through December 31, 1993. These financial statements are the responsibility of the Company's management. Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audits. We conducted our audits in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards. Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statemsnts are free of material misstatement. An audit includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. An audit also includes assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall financial statement presentation. We believe that our audits provide a reasonable basis for our opinion. In our opinion, the financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of FM 1993A Corp. as of March 31, 1994 and December 31, 1993, and the results of its operations and its cash flows for the three months ended March 31, 1994 and for the period from December 22, 1993 (inception) through December 31, 1993 in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles. KPMG PEAT MARWICK San Diego, California July 11, 1994 F-2 FM 1993A CORP. BALANCE SHEETS ASSETS March 31, December 31, 1994 1993 ----------- ----------- Cash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 100 $ 100 Accrued interest receivable. . . . . . . . . 1,668,333 -- Long-term notes receivable . . . . . . . . . 66,520,246 -- Deferred finance charges . . . . . . . . . . 2,416,542 -- ----------- ----------- TOTAL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $70,605,221 $ 100 =========== =========== LIABILITIES AND STOCKHOLDER'S EQUITY Accrued interest payable . . . . . . . . . . $ 1,668,333 $ -- Long-term notes payable. . . . . . . . . . . 68,936,788 -- Stockholder's equity: Common stock, no par value, 1,000 shares authorized, 100 shares issued and outstanding. . . . 100 100 ----------- ----------- TOTAL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $70,605,221 $ 100 =========== =========== See accompanying notes to financial statements. F-3 FM 1993A CORP. STATEMENTS OF OPERATIONS Three months Inception ended through March 31, 1994 December 31, 1993 -------------- ----------------- Revenues: Interest income. . . . . . . . . . . . $ 1,760,974 $ -- Administrative fee income. . . . . . . 12,500 -- ----------- ----------- 1,773,474 -- ----------- ----------- Expenses: Interest expense . . . . . . . . . . . 1,760,974 -- Administrative fee expense . . . . . . 12,500 -- ----------- ----------- 1,773,474 -- ----------- ----------- Net earnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ -- $ -- =========== =========== See accompanying notes to financial statements. F-4 FM 1993A CORP. STATEMENTS OF STOCKHOLDER'S EQUITY Three months Inception ended through March 31, 1994 December 31, 1993 -------------- ----------------- Balance at beginning of period . . . . . $ 100 $ -- Issuance of common stock . . . . . . . . -- 100 Net earnings for the period. . . . . . . -- -- ---------- ---------- Balance at end of period . . . . . . . . $ 100 $ 100 ========== ========== See accompanying notes to financial statements. F-5 FM 1993A CORP. STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS Three months Inception ended through March 31, 1994 December 31, 1993 -------------- ----------------- Cash flows from operations: Net earnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ -- $ -- Increase in accrued interest receivable. . (1,668,333) -- Increase in accrued interest payable . . . 1,668,333 -- ----------- ----------- Cash flows provided by operations. . . . -- -- ----------- ----------- Cash flows from investing activities: Long-term notes receivable purchased . . . (66,427,605) -- ----------- ----------- Cash flows used in investing activities. (66,427,605) -- ----------- ----------- Cash flows from financing activities: Proceeds from issuance of long-term notes payable. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68,908,000 -- Deferred finance charges incurred in issuance of long-term notes payable. . . (2,480,395) -- Issuance of common stock . . . . . . . . . -- 100 ----------- ----------- Cash flows provided by financing activities. . . . . . . . . 66,427,605 100 ----------- ----------- Net increase in cash . . . . . . . . . . . . -- 100 Cash at beginning of period. . . . . . . . . 100 -- ----------- ----------- Cash at end of period. . . . . . . . . . . . $ 100 $ 100 =========== =========== See accompanying notes to financial statements. F-6 FM 1993A CORP. NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 1. ORGANIZATION FM 1993A Corp. (the "Company") was incorporated in the State of Delaware on December 22, 1993 for the purpose of: (i) issuing and selling debt obligations ("Notes"), as principal and as agent for CRC-I Limited Partnership ("CRC-I") and CRC-II Limited Partnership ("CRC-II), Massachusetts limited partnerships, and (ii) acquiring, owning and holding obligations of CRC-I and CRC-II as well as accounts, investments and other property to be pledged as collateral for the Notes. The Company may not engage in any other activities other than those required to accomplish the foregoing. CRC-I and CRC-II (collectively, "CRC") are special purpose limited partnerships organized to (i) acquire, own, hold and sell or transfer estates for years in various existing and to-be-constructed Foodmaker, Inc. restaurant properties, (ii) sell mortgage notes to the Company accompanied by a pledge of the foregoing estates for years, and (iii) lease the restaurant properties to Foodmaker. CRC-I and CRC-II may not engage in any other activities other than those required to accomplish the foregoing. 2. SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES Cash Equivalents, for the purposes of statements of cash flows, are considered to be all highly liquid investments with a maturity of three months or less when purchased. Amortization - Original issue discount and deferred finance charges are amortized using the effective interest method over the life of the related notes and have been included as a component of interest income and interest expense. Income taxes - The Company has elected to be taxed as a Sub-chapter S Corporation under the Internal Revenue Code and, as a result, has no federal income tax liability. 3. SIGNIFICANT TRANSACTIONS On January 5, 1994, in a private placement transaction, FM 1993A Corp. issued and sold $70 million aggregate principal amount of Notes (the "Notes") for $68.9 million, less offering expenses of $2.5 million, which proceeds were used to purchase for $66.4 million, notes receivable from CRC-I and CRC-II with an aggregate principal amount of $70 million (collectively, the "CRC Notes"). The Notes are due November 1, 2003, payable interest only at the rate of 9.75% per annum semi-annually on July 1 and January 1 each year, with a mandatory prepayment of 50% of the original principal on the first business day of January 2003. The CRC Notes' payment and interest terms are equivalent to and structured to coincide with the Notes such that funds will be available to make payments on the Notes. In addition, the CRC Notes require semi-annual sinking fund payments to a trustee of $747 thousand, which will be utilized to partially fund the 50% prepayment in January 2003. CRC-I and CRC-II used the proceeds of the CRC Notes (of which approximately 43% relates to CRC-I and 57% to CRC-II) to purchase estates for years in various Foodmaker restaurant properties and, in a transaction accounted for as a financing, will lease back such properties to Foodmaker on terms which will provide the funds necessary to make the CRC Notes' payments. The Notes are secured by, among other things, the CRC Notes, the CRC leases to Foodmaker, first priority liens on the underlying properties and any sinking fund or other amounts held in trust. The Company's only source of liquidity is collection of scheduled payments on the CRC Notes, which, in turn, are dependent upon Foodmaker's payments on the CRC leases. If Foodmaker were to fail to make payments to CRC-I and CRC-II on the financing leases, CRC-I and CRC-II would be unable to make payments on the CRC Notes. The Company would then be required to initiate proceedings to gain possession of, liquidate or obtain tenants for the restaurant properties. Although the Company believes the value of the restaurant properties and other collateral will be adequate to secure the Notes, there can be no assurance that, if necessary, such collateral will continue to maintain its value or that it can be liquidated in sufficient amounts or at times required to satisfy all scheduled principal and interest payments. F-7 INDEPENDENT AUDITORS' REPORT The Partners CRC-I Limited Partnership.: We have audited the accompanying balance sheets of CRC-I Limited Partnership, a limited partnership, as of March 31, 1994 and December 31, 1993, and the related statements of operations, partners' capital, and cash flows for the three months ended March 31, 1994 and for the period from December 8, 1993 (inception) through December 31, 1993. These financial statements are the responsibility of the Partnership's management. Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audits. We conducted our audits in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards. Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statemsnts are free of material misstatement. An audit includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. An audit also includes assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall financial statement presentation. We believe that our audits provide a reasonable basis for our opinion. In our opinion, the financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of CRC-I Limited Partnership as of March 31, 1994 and December 31, 1993, and the results of its operations and its cash flows for the three months ended March 31, 1994 and for the period from December 8, 1993 (inception) through December 31, 1993 in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles. KPMG PEAT MARWICK San Diego, California July 11, 1994 F-8 CRC-I LIMITED PARTNERSHIP BALANCE SHEETS ASSETS March 31, December 31, 1994 1993 ----------- ----------- Cash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 100 $ 100 Accrued interest receivable. . . . . . . . . 719,122 -- Long-term notes receivable . . . . . . . . . 28,673,032 -- ----------- ----------- TOTAL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $29,392,254 $ 100 =========== =========== LIABILITIES AND PARTNERS' CAPITAL Accrued interest payable . . . . . . . . . . $ 719,122 $ -- Long-term notes payable. . . . . . . . . . . 28,673,032 -- Partners' Capital: General Partner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 Limited Partner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 99 ----------- ----------- Total Partners' Capital. . . . . . . . . 100 100 ----------- ----------- TOTAL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $29,392,254 $ 100 =========== =========== See accompanying notes to financial statements. F-9 CRC-I LIMITED PARTNERSHIP STATEMENTS OF OPERATIONS Three months Inception ended through March 31, 1994 December 31, 1993 -------------- ----------------- Revenues: Interest income. . . . . . . . . . . . $ 759,054 $ -- Administrative fee income. . . . . . . 6,250 -- ---------- ---------- 765,304 -- ---------- ---------- Expenses: Interest expense . . . . . . . . . . . 759,054 -- Administrative fee expense . . . . . . 6,250 -- ---------- ---------- 765,304 -- ---------- ---------- Net earnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ -- $ -- ========== ========== See accompanying notes to financial statements. F-10 CRC-I LIMITED PARTNERSHIP STATEMENTS OF PARTNERS' CAPITAL General Limited Partner Partner Total ------- ------- ----- Initial capital contributions. . . . . . . . $ 1 $ 99 $ 100 ----- ----- ----- Balance at December 31, 1993 . . . . . . . . 1 99 100 Net earnings for the period. . . . . . . . . -- -- -- ----- ----- ----- Balance at March 31, 1994. . . . . . . . . . $ 1 $ 99 $ 100 ===== ===== ===== See accompanying notes to financial statements. F-11 CRC-I LIMITED PARTNERSHIP STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS Three months Inception ended through March 31, 1994 December 31, 1993 -------------- ----------------- Cash flows from operations: Net earnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ -- $ -- Increase in accrued interest receivable. . (719,122) -- Increase in accrued interest payable . . . 719,122 -- ----------- ----------- Cash flows provided by operations. . . . -- -- ----------- ----------- Cash flows from investing activities: Long-term notes receivable purchased . . . (28,633,100) -- ----------- ----------- Cash flows used in investing activities. (28,633,100) -- ----------- ----------- Cash flows from financing activities: Proceeds from issuance of long-term notes payable. . . . . . . . . 28,633,100 -- Initial capital contributions. . . . . . . -- 100 ----------- ----------- Cash flows provided by financing activities . . . . . . . . . 28,633,100 100 ----------- ----------- Net increase in cash . . . . . . . . . . . . -- 100 Cash at beginning of period. . . . . . . . . 100 -- ----------- ----------- Cash at end of period. . . . . . . . . . . . $ 100 $ 100 =========== =========== See accompanying notes to financial statements. F-12 CRC-I LIMITED PARTNERSHIP NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 1. ORGANIZATION CRC-I Limited Partnership ("CRC-I") and another similar special purpose limited partnership, CRC-II Limited Partnership ("CRC-II"), (collectively, "CRC") were organized December 8, 1993 to (i) acquire, own, hold and sell or transfer estates for years in various existing and to-be- constructed Foodmaker, Inc. restaurant properties, (ii) sell mortgage notes to the FM 1993A Corp. accompanied by a pledge of the foregoing estates for years, and (iii) lease the restaurant properties to Foodmaker. CRC-I and CRC-II may not engage in any other activities other than those required to accomplish the foregoing. FM 1993A Corp. was incorporated in the State of Delaware on December 22, 1993 for the purpose of: (i) issuing and selling debt obligations ("Notes"), as principal and as agent for CRC-I and CRC-II, Massachusetts limited partnerships, and (ii) acquiring, owning and holding obligations of CRC-I and CRC-II as well as accounts, investments and other property to be pledged as collateral for the Notes. FM 1993A Corp. may not engage in any other activities other than those required to accomplish the foregoing. 2. SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES Cash Equivalents, for the purposes of statements of cash flows, are considered to be all highly liquid investments with a maturity of three months or less when purchased. Amortization - Original issue discount is amortized using the effective interest method over the life of the related notes and has been included as a component of interest income and interest expense. Income taxes - No provision for income taxes has been made as the liability for such taxes is that of the partners rather than the partnership. 3. SIGNIFICANT TRANSACTIONS On January 5, 1994, in a private placement transaction, FM 1993A Corp. issued and sold $70 million aggregate principal amount of Notes (the "Notes") for $68.9 million, less offering expenses of $2.5 million, which proceeds were used to purchase for $66.4 million, notes receivable from CRC-I and CRC-II with an aggregate principal amount of $70 million (collectively, the "CRC Notes"). The Notes are due November 1, 2003, payable interest only at the rate of 9.75% per annum semi-annually on July 1 and January 1 each year, with a mandatory prepayment of 50% of the original principal on the first business day of January 2003. The CRC Notes' payment and interest terms are equivalent to and structured to coincide with the Notes such that funds will be available to make payments on the Notes. In addition, the CRC Notes require semi-annual sinking fund payments to a trustee of $747 thousand, which will be utilized to partially fund the 50% prepayment in January 2003. CRC-I and CRC-II used the proceeds of the CRC Notes (of which approximately 43% relates to CRC-I and 57% to CRC-II) to purchase estates for years in various Foodmaker restaurant properties and, in a transaction accounted for as a financing, will lease back such properties to Foodmaker on terms which will provide the funds necessary to make the CRC Notes' payments. The Notes are secured by, among other things, the CRC Notes, the CRC leases to Foodmaker, first priority liens on the underlying properties and any sinking fund or other amounts held in trust. CRC's only source of liquidity is collection of Foodmaker's payments on the CRC leases. If Foodmaker were to fail to make payments to CRC on the financing leases, CRC would be unable to make payments on the CRC Notes. CRC would then be required to initiate proceedings to gain possession of, liquidate or obtain tenants for the restaurant properties. Although CRC believes the value of the restaurant properties and other collateral will be adequate to secure the CRC leases, there can be no assurance that, if necessary, such collateral will continue to maintain its value or that it can be liquidated in sufficient amounts or at times required to satisfy all scheduled principal and interest payments. F-13 INDEPENDENT AUDITORS' REPORT The Partners CRC-II Limited Partnership.: We have audited the accompanying balance sheets of CRC-II Limited Partnership, a limited partnership, as of March 31, 1994 and December 31, 1993, and the related statements of operations, partners' capital, and cash flows for the three months ended March 31, 1994 and for the period from December 8, 1993 (inception) through December 31, 1993. These financial statements are the responsibility of the Partnership's management. Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audits. We conducted our audits in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards. Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statemsnts are free of material misstatement. An audit includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. An audit also includes assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall financial statement presentation. We believe that our audits provide a reasonable basis for our opinion. In our opinion, the financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of CRC-II Limited Partnership as of March 31, 1994 and December 31, 1993, and the results of its operations and its cash flows for the three months ended March 31, 1994 and for the period from December 8, 1993 (inception) through December 31, 1993 in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles. KPMG PEAT MARWICK San Diego, California July 11, 1994 F-14 CRC-II LIMITED PARTNERSHIP BALANCE SHEETS ASSETS March 31, December 31, 1994 1993 ----------- ----------- Cash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 100 $ 100 Accrued interest receivable. . . . . . . . . 949,211 -- Long-term notes receivable . . . . . . . . . 37,847,214 -- ----------- ----------- TOTAL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $38,796,525 $ 100 =========== =========== LIABILITIES AND PARTNERS' CAPITAL Accrued interest payable . . . . . . . . . . $ 949,211 $ -- Long-term notes payable. . . . . . . . . . . 37,847,214 -- Partners' Capital: General Partner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 Limited Partner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 99 ----------- ----------- Total Partners' Capital. . . . . . . . . 100 100 ----------- ----------- TOTAL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $38,796,525 $ 100 =========== =========== See accompanying notes to financial statements. F-15 CRC-II LIMITED PARTNERSHIP STATEMENTS OF OPERATIONS Three months Inception ended through March 31, 1994 December 31, 1993 -------------- ----------------- Revenues: Interest income. . . . . . . . . . . . $1,001,920 $ -- Administrative fee income. . . . . . . 6,250 -- ---------- ---------- 1,008,170 -- ---------- ---------- Expenses: Interest expense . . . . . . . . . . . 1,001,920 -- Administrative fee expense . . . . . . 6,250 -- ---------- ---------- 1,008,170 -- ---------- ---------- Net earnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ -- $ -- ========== ========== See accompanying notes to financial statements. F-16 CRC-II LIMITED PARTNERSHIP General Limited Partner Partner Total ------- ------- ----- Initial capital contributions. . . . . . . . $ 1 $ 99 $ 100 ----- ----- ----- Balance at December 31, 1993 . . . . . . . . 1 99 100 Net earnings for the period. . . . . . . . . -- -- -- ----- ----- ----- Balance at March 31, 1994. . . . . . . . . . $ 1 $ 99 $ 100 ===== ===== ===== See accompanying notes to financial statements. F-17 CRC-II LIMITED PARTNERSHIP STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS Three months Inception ended through March 31, 1994 December 31, 1993 -------------- ----------------- Cash flows from operations: Net earnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ -- $ -- Increase in accrued interest receivable. . (949,211) -- Increase in accrued interest payable . . . 949,211 -- ----------- ----------- Cash flows provided by operations. . . . -- -- ----------- ----------- Cash flows from investing activities: Long-term notes receivable purchased . . . (37,794,505) -- ----------- ----------- Cash flows used in investing activities. (37,794,505) -- ----------- ----------- Cash flows from financing activities: Proceeds from issuance of long-term notes payable. . . . . . . . . 37,794,505 -- Initial capital contributions. . . . . . . -- 100 ----------- ----------- Cash flows provided by financing activities . . . . . . . . . 37,794,505 100 ----------- ----------- Net increase in cash . . . . . . . . . . . . -- 100 Cash at beginning of period. . . . . . . . . 100 -- ----------- ----------- Cash at end of period. . . . . . . . . . . . $ 100 $ 100 =========== =========== See accompanying notes to financial statements. F-18 CRC-II LIMITED PARTNERSHIP NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 1. ORGANIZATION CRC-II Limited Partnership ("CRC-II") and another similar special purpose limited partnership, CRC-I Limited Partnership ("CRC-I"), (collectively, "CRC") were organized December 8, 1993 to (i) acquire, own, hold and sell or transfer estates for years in various existing and to-be-constructed Foodmaker, Inc. restaurant properties, (ii) sell mortgage notes to the FM 1993A Corp. accompanied by a pledge of the foregoing estates for years, and (iii) lease the restaurant properties to Foodmaker. CRC-I and CRC-II may not engage in any other activities other than those required to accomplish the foregoing. FM 1993A Corp. was incorporated in the State of Delaware on December 22, 1993 for the purpose of: (i) issuing and selling debt obligations ("Notes"), as principal and as agent for CRC-I and CRC-II, Massachusetts limited partnerships, and (ii) acquiring, owning and holding obligations of CRC-I and CRC-II as well as accounts, investments and other property to be pledged as collateral for the Notes. FM 1993A Corp. may not engage in any other activities other than those required to accomplish the foregoing. 2. SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES Cash Equivalents, for the purposes of statements of cash flows, are considered to be all highly liquid investments with a maturity of three months or less when purchased. Amortization - Original issue discount is amortized using the effective interest method over the life of the related notes and has been included as a component of interest income and interest expense. Income taxes - No provision for income taxes has been made as the liability for such taxes is that of the partners rather than the partnership. 3. SIGNIFICANT TRANSACTIONS On January 5, 1994, in a private placement transaction, FM 1993A Corp. issued and sold $70 million aggregate principal amount of Notes (the "Notes") for $68.9 million, less offering expenses of $2.5 million, which proceeds were used to purchase for $66.4 million, notes receivable from CRC-I and CRC-II with an aggregate principal amount of $70 million (collectively, the "CRC Notes"). The Notes are due November 1, 2003, payable interest only at the rate of 9.75% per annum semi-annually on July 1 and January 1 each year, with a mandatory prepayment of 50% of the original principal on the first business day of January 2003. The CRC Notes' payment and interest terms are equivalent to and structured to coincide with the Notes such that funds will be available to make payments on the Notes. In addition, the CRC Notes require semi-annual sinking fund payments to a trustee of $747 thousand, which will be utilized to partially fund the 50% prepayment in January 2003. CRC-I and CRC-II used the proceeds of the CRC Notes (of which approximately 43% relates to CRC-I and 57% to CRC-II) to purchase estates for years in various Foodmaker restaurant properties and, in a transaction accounted for as a financing, will lease back such properties to Foodmaker on terms which will provide the funds necessary to make the CRC Notes' payments. The Notes are secured by, among other things, the CRC Notes, the CRC leases to Foodmaker, first priority liens on the underlying properties and any sinking fund or other amounts held in trust. CRC's only source of liquidity is collection of Foodmaker's payments on the CRC leases. If Foodmaker were to fail to make payments to CRC on the financing leases, CRC would be unable to make payments on the CRC Notes. CRC would then be required to initiate proceedings to gain possession of, liquidate or obtain tenants for the restaurant properties. Although CRC believes the value of the restaurant properties and other collateral will be adequate to secure the CRC leases, there can be no assurance that, if necessary, such collateral will continue to maintain its value or that it can be liquidated in sufficient amounts or at times required to satisfy all scheduled principal and interest payments. F-19 PART II INFORMATION NOT REQUIRED IN PROSPECTUS Item 20. Indemnification of Directors and Officers. Section 145 of the Delaware General Corporation Law makes provision for the indemnification of officers and directors in terms sufficiently broad to indemnify officers and directors of the Company under certain circumstances from liabilities (including reimbursement for expenses incurred) arising under the Securities Act of 1933. The Certificate of Incorporation and Bylaws of Issuer and Foodmaker provide for indemnification of officers and directors against costs and expenses incurred in connection with any action or suit to which such person is a party to the full extent permitted by the Delaware General Corporation Law. Item 21. Exhibits (a) Exhibits Number Description ------ ----------- 3.1 Certificate of Incorporation of FM 1993A Corp.* 3.2 Bylaws of FM 1993A Corp.* 4.1 Indenture Agreement dated as of December 15, 1993, by and between the FM 1993A Corp., as principal and agent for CRC-I Limited Partnership and CRC-II Limited Partnership, and State Street Bank and Trust Company * ** 4.1.1 Form of Amendment dated as of July 15, 1994 to Indenture Agreement (including Form of Series B 9.75% Senior Secured Notes) 4.2 CRC-I Limited Partnership Guarantee dated as of December 15, 1993* 4.3 CRC-II Limited Partnership Guarantee dated as of December 15, 1993 4.4 Form of Assignment of Lessor's Interest in Leases, dated as of December 15, 1993, by CRC-I Limited Partnership (with schedule regarding substantially identical assignment by CRC-II Limited Partnership) 5.1 Opinion of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher as to the New Notes 5.2 Opinion of Hinckley, Allen & Snyder as to the CRC-I Guaranty and the CRC-II Guaranty 8 Tax Opinion of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher 10.1 Master Leases (incorporated by reference from Foodmaker's Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ended January 23, 1994)* 10.2 Amended and Restated Agreement Regarding Corporate Governance dated as of May 4, 1994 23.1 Consent of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher (included in Exhibits 5 and 8) II-1 23.2 Consent of KPMG Peat Marwick 23.3 Consent of KPMG Peat Marwick 23.4 Consent of Deloitte & Touche 24 Powers of Attorney* 25 Statement of Eligibility of Trustee 99 Form of Letter of Transmittal - ------------------- * Previously filed. ** Schedules (or similar attachments) to this exhibit do not contain information which is material to an investment decision and not otherwise disclosed in the Registration Statement or the exhibits thereto. A copy of any omitted schedule will be furnished to the Commission upon request. Item 22. Undertakings. The undersigned registrants hereby undertake that, for purposes of determining any liability under the Securities Act of 1933, each filing of the registrants' annual reports pursuant to Section 13(a) or Section 15(d) of the Exchange Act that is incorporated by reference in this Registration Statement shall be deemed to be a new registration statement relating to the securities offered therein, and the offering of such securities at that time shall be deemed to be the initial bona fide offering thereof. Insofar as indemnification for liabilities arising under the Securities Act may be permitted to directors, officers and controlling persons of the registrants pursuant to the foregoing provisions, or otherwise, the registrants have been advised that in the opinion of the Commission such indemnification is against public policy as expressed in the Securities Act and is, therefore, unenforceable. In the event that a claim for indemnification against such liabilities (other than the payment by the registrants of expenses incurred or paid by a director, officer or controlling person of the registrants in the successful defense of any action, suit or proceeding) is asserted by such director, officer or controlling person in connection with the offering of the securities being registered, the registrants will, unless in the opinion of their counsel the matter has been settled by controlling precedent, submit to a court of appropriate jurisdiction the question whether such indemnification by them is against public policy as expressed in the Securities Act and will be governed by the final adjudication of such issue. The undersigned registrants hereby undertake to respond to requests for information that is incorporated by reference into the prospectus pursuant to Items 4, 10(b), 11, or 13 of this Form, within one business day of receipt of such request, and to send the incorporated documents by first class mail or other equally prompt means. This includes information contained in documents filed subsequent to the effective date of the registration statement through the date of responding to the request. The undersigned registrants hereby undertake to supply by means of a post-effective amendment all information concerning a transaction, and the company being acquired involved therein, that was not the subject of and included in the registration statement when it became effective. The undersigned registrants hereby undertake: (1) To file, during any period in which offers or sales are being made, a post-effective amendment to this registration statement: II-2 (i) To include any prospectus required by section 10(a)(3) of the Securities Act of 1933; (ii) To reflect in the prospectus any facts or events arising after the effective date of the registration statement (or the most recent post-effective amendment thereof) which, individually or in the aggregate, represent a fundamental change in the information set forth in the registration statement; (iii) To include any material information with respect to the plan of distribution not previously disclosed in the registration statement or any material change to such information in the registration statement; Provided, however, that paragraphs (a)(1)(i) and (a)(1)(ii) do not apply if the registration statement is on Form S-3 or Form S-8, and the information required to be included in a post-effective amendment by those paragraphs is contained in periodic reports filed by the registrant pursuant to section 13 or section 15(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 that are incorporated by reference in the registration statement. (2) That, for the purpose of determining any liability under the Securities Act of 1933, each such post-effective amendment shall be deemed to be a new registration statement relating to the securities offered therein, and the offering of such securities at that time shall be deemed to be the initial bona fide offering thereof. (3) To remove from registration by means of a post-effective amendment any of the securities being registered which remain unsold at the termination of the offering. (4) If the registrant is a foreign private issuer, to file a post- effective amendment to the registration statement to include any financial statements required by [Rule] 3-19 of Regulation S-X at the start of any delayed offering or throughout a continuous offering. II-3 SIGNATURES Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "Securities Act"), Foodmaker, Inc. has duly caused this Registration Statement to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned, thereunto duly authorized, in the City of San Diego, State of California, on the 11th day of July, 1994. FOODMAKER, INC. By: CHARLES W. DUDDLES --------------------------- Charles W. Duddles, Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer and Chief Financial Officer Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Act, this registration statement has been signed below by the following persons in the capacities and on the dates indicated: Signature Title Date --------- ----- ---- JACK W.GOODALL* Chairman of the July 11, 1994 - ----------------------- Board, Chief Jack W. Goodall Executive Officer and President (Principal Executive Officer) CHARLES W. DUDDLES Executive Vice July 11, 1994 - ----------------------- President, Chief Charles W. Duddles Administrative Officer, Chief Financial Officer and Director (Principal Financial Officer) ROBERT L. SUTTIE Vice President, July 11, 1994 - ----------------------- Controller and Robert L. Suttie Chief Accounting Officer (Principal Accounting Officer) ROBERT J. NUGENT* Executive Vice July 11, 1994 - ----------------------- President, Robert J. Nugent President of Jack In The Box Division and Director ____________________ Director ________, 1994 Leonard I. Green ____________________ Director ________, 1994 Edward Gibbons L. ROBERT PAYNE * Director July 11, 1994 - ----------------------- L. Robert Payne II-4 ____________________ Director ________, 1994 Christopher V. Walker PAUL T. CARTER * Director July 11, 1994 - ----------------------- Paul T. Carter MICHAEL E. ALPERT* Director July 11, 1994 - ------------------------ Michael E. Alpert *By CHARLES W. DUDDLES --------------------- Charles W. Duddles Attorney-in-Fact II-5 SIGNATURES Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "Securities Act"), FM 1993A Corp. has duly caused this Registration Statement to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned, thereunto duly authorized, in the City of San Diego, State of California, on the 11th day of July, 1994. FM 1993A CORP. By: CHARLES W. DUDDLES ------------------------- Charles W. Duddles, President, Treasurer and Secretary Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Act, this registration statement has been signed below by the following persons in the capacities and on the dates indicated: Signature Title Date --------- ----- ---- CHARLES W. DUDDLES Director, President July 11, 1994 - ------------------------ Treasurer and Charles W. Duddles Secretary (Principal Financial and Accounting Officer) CHARLES F. MacGILL* Director July 11, 1994 - ----------------------- Charles F. MacGill *By CHARLES W. DUDDLES ---------------------- Charles W. Duddles Attorney-in-Fact II-6 SIGNATURES Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "Securities Act"), CRC-I Limited Partnership has duly caused this Registration Statement to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned, thereunto duly authorized, in the City of San Diego, State of California, on the 11th day of July, 1994. CRC-I LIMITED PARTNERSHIP By: CRC-I Corp., General Partner By: CHARLES W. DUDDLES -------------------------- Charles W. Duddles, President, Treasurer and Clerk Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Act, this registration statement has been signed below by the following persons in the capacities and on the dates indicated: Signature Title Date --------- ----- ---- CHARLES W. DUDDLES Director of CRC-I July 11, 1994 - ----------------------- Corp. Charles W. Duddles CHARLES F. MacGILL* Director of CRC-I July 11, 1994 - ----------------------- Corp. Charles F. MacGill *By CHARLES W. DUDDLES ---------------------- Charles W. Duddles Attorney-in-Fact II-7 SIGNATURES Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "Securities Act"), CRC-II Limited Partnership has duly caused this Registration Statement to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned, thereunto duly authorized, in the City of San Diego, State of California, on the 11th day of July, 1994. CRC-II LIMITED PARTNERSHIP By: CRC-II Corp., General Partner By: CHARLES W. DUDDLES --------------------------- Charles W. Duddles, President, Treasurer and Clerk Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Act, this registration statement has been signed below by the following persons in the capacities and on the dates indicated: Signature Title Date --------- ----- ---- CHARLES W. DUDDLES Director of CRC-II July 11, 1994 - ----------------------- Corp. Charles W. Duddles CHARLES F. MacGILL* Director of CRC-II July 11, 1994 - ----------------------- Corp. Charles F. MacGill *By CHARLES W. DUDDLES ---------------------- Charles W. Duddles Attorney-in-Fact II-8

                                                          Exhibit 4.1.1

                        FIRST AMENDMENT TO INDENTURE
                        ----------------------------

     THIS AMENDMENT (the "Amendment"), dated as of July 15, 1994, is entered
into by and among FM 1993A Corp. (the "Issuer"), State Street Bank and Trust
Company, as Trustee (the "Trustee"), CRC-I Limited Partnership, a
Massachusetts limited partnership and CRC-II Limited Partnership, a
Massachusetts limited partnership (the "Borrowers").

     WHEREAS, the Issuer, as principal and agent for the Borrowers, and the
Trustee entered into that certain Indenture dated as of December 15, 1993
(the "Indenture");

     WHEREAS, the Issuer, the Trustee and the Borrowers have agreed to amend
the Indenture to comply with the Trust Indenture Act of 1939, as amended, and
the rules and regulations promulgated thereunder, to provide for the issuance
of notes pursuant to a Registered Exchange Offer, and to cure certain
ambiguities or defects in the Indenture;

     NOW, THEREFORE, pursuant to Article 8 of the Indenture and in
consideration of the agreements of the Issuer, the Trustee and the Borrowers
contained or recited in this Amendment and other good and valuable
consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged,
the parties hereby agree as follows:

1.   Except as amended, the Indenture shall remain in full force and effect
     according to its terms.  All terms and definitions in this Amendment
     shall have the meanings ascribed to such terms and definitions by the
     Indenture unless expressly specified otherwise in this Amendment.

2.   That Section 1.1 be amended by inserting the following defined terms
     therein in the appropriate alphabetical order:

          "Commission":  The Securities and Exchange Commission.

          "New Notes":  The Issuer's Series B 9.75% Senior Secured Notes
          due November 1, 2003.

          "Old Notes":  The Issuer's privately placed 9.75% Senior
          Secured Notes due November 1, 2003.

          "Opinion of Counsel":  A written opinion of counsel in form
          and substance reasonably satisfactory to the recipient of such
          opinion, which opinion may be subject to any necessary or
          customary qualifications, exceptions, or limitations.  The
          counsel may be an employee of


           or counsel to the Issuer, the Borrowers or the Trustee.

          "TIA":  The Trust Indenture Act of 1939 (15 U.S. Code  77aaa-
          77bbbb) as in effect on the date of execution of this
          Indenture.

3.   That the definition of "Aggregate Outstanding Amount" contained in
     Section 1.1 be deleted and the following definition of "Aggregate
     Outstanding Amount" be substituted therefor:

          "Aggregate Outstanding Amount":  The aggregate principal
          amount of all Outstanding Notes.

4.   That the definition of "Closing Date" contained in Section 1.1 be
     deleted and that the following definition of "Closing Date" be
     substituted therefor:

          "Closing Date":  The date of the initial issuance of the Old
          Notes.

5.   That the definition of "Interest Accrual Period" contained in
     Section 1.1 be deleted and the following definition of "Interest
     Accrual Period" be substituted therefor:

          "Interest Accrual Period":  (a) As to any Old Note, with
          respect to (i) the initial Interest Accrual Period, the period
          from the Closing Date through and including June 30, 1994,
          (ii) thereafter, commencing July 1, 1994 and until June 30,
          2003, the six (6) month period commencing on the first day of
          each January or July to and including the last day of June or
          December, respectively, and (iii) a final Interest Accrual
          Period from July 1, 2003 through, but not including
          November 1, 2003.  (b) As to any New Note, with respect to
          (i) the period commencing July 1, 1994 and until June 30,
          2003, the six (6) month period commencing on the first day of
          each January or July to and including the last day of June or
          December, respectively, and (ii) a final Interest Accrual
          Period from July 1, 2003 through, but not including
          November 1, 2003.

6.   That the definition of "Private Placement Memorandum" contained in
     Section 1.1 be deleted and the following definition of "Private
     Placement Memorandum" be substituted therefor:

          "Private Placement Memorandum":  With respect to the Old
          Notes, the final Private Placement
                                       2


          Memorandum dated as of December 15, 1993 relating to the offer
          and sale of the Old Notes by the Issuer.

7.   That the definition of "Notes" contained in Section 1.1 be deleted and
     that the following definition of "Notes" be substituted therefor:

          "Notes":  The Old Notes and the New Notes, collectively,
          except that all references to Notes issued on the Closing Date
          shall refer to Old Notes.

8.   That the definition of "Officer's Certificate" contained in
     Section 1.1 be deleted and the following definition of "Officer's
     Certificate" be substituted therefor:

          "Officer's Certificate":  A certificate signed on behalf of
          any Person by the principal executive officer, principal
          financial officer or principal accounting officer of such
          Person.

9.   That the definition of "Registration Rights Agreement" contained in
     Section 1.1 be deleted and the following definition of "Registration
     Rights Agreement" be substituted therefor:

          "Registration Rights Agreement":  The Registration Rights
          Agreement, dated as of December 15, 1993, among the Issuer,
          the Lessee, CRC-I, CRC-II and the Purchasers of Old Notes who
          are signatories to such agreement.

10.  That the definition of "Restricted Notes" contained in Section 1.1 be
     deleted and the following definition of "Restricted Notes" be
     substituted therefor:

          "Restricted Notes":  The term "Restricted Notes" means any Old
          Note that bears or is required to bear the legend set forth in
          Section 2.6(d) of the Indenture.

11.  That the first sentence of Section 2.2 be deleted and the following
     sentence be substituted therefor:

          The Notes shall be issuable in fully registered form without
          coupons, in substantially the forms attached hereto as
          Exhibits A-1, A-2, A-3 and A-4, as applicable, and the form of
          the Trustee's certificate of authentication shall be in the
          form provided in such Exhibits.

12.  That Section 2.3 be deleted and the following Section 2.3 be
     substituted therefor:
                                       3


          Section 2.3.  Authorized Amount; Stated Maturity; Note
          Interest Rate.

               The Old Notes shall be designated generally as the 9.75%
          Senior Secured Notes Due November 1, 2003.  The New Notes
          shall be designated generally as the Series B 9.75% Senior
          Secured Notes due November 1, 2003.  The aggregate principal
          amount of Notes that may be authenticated and delivered under
          this Indenture is limited to $70,000,000 except for Notes
          authenticated and delivered upon registration of transfer of,
          or in exchange for, or in lieu of, other Notes pursuant to
          Sections 2.6 or 2.7.

               The Notes shall have a Stated Maturity of November 1,
          2003.  The Note Interest Rate shall be 9.75%, from and
          including the Closing Date with respect to the Old Notes, and
          from and including July 1, 1994 with respect to the New Notes,
          to but excluding November 1, 2003.

13.  That the first sentence of Section 2.4 be deleted and the following
     sentence be substituted therefor:

               The Notes shall be issuable only in minimum denominations
          of $50,000 and integral multiples of $50,000.

14.  That the first sentence of the third paragraph of Section 2.6 be
     amended by inserting the word "like" between the words "other" and
     "Notes" in the first line thereof.

15.  That the second line of the first paragraph of subsection (d) of
     Section 2.6 be amended by inserting the word "Old" between the words
     "any" and "Note" and between the words "such" and "Note."

16.  That the second line of the last paragraph of subsection (d) of
     Section 2.6 be amended by inserting the word "Old" between the words
     "any" and "Note" where such words appear.

17.  That subsection (ii) of Section 2.7 be amended by deleting the second,
     third and fourth lines thereof.

18.  That subsection (a)(i) of Section 2.8 be amended by deleting "and A-2"
     in the last line thereof and substituting the following therefor:

          , A-2, A-3 and A-4, as applicable.
                                       4


19.  That Section 5.6 be amended by deleting the first paragraph thereof
     and substituting the following paragraph therefor:

               The Trustee shall be authorized:

20.  That Section 5.16 be amended by inserting the following sentence after
     the last sentence thereof:

          The foregoing is in lieu of the provisions of TIA Section 315(e),
          which are hereby expressly excluded from this Indenture, as
          permitted by the TIA.

21.  That Section 6.1 subsection (a)(i) be amended by deleting the first
     word of such subsection and by substituting the following language
     therefor:

               Except during the continuance of an Event of Default, the

22.  That Section 6.1 subsection (a)(ii) be amended by inserting the
     following language before the first word of such subsection:

               Except during the continuance of an Event of Default, and

23.  That Section 6.2 be amended by adding the following sentence after the
     last sentence thereof:

          The proviso to TIA Section 315(b) is hereby expressly excluded from
          this Indenture, as permitted by the TIA.

24.  That Section 6.8 be deleted and the following Section 6.8 be
     substituted therefor:

          Section 6.8.  Eligibility, Disqualification.

               This Indenture shall always have a Trustee who satisfies
          the requirements of TIA  310(a)(1).  No obligor upon the
          Notes or person directly or indirectly controlling, controlled
          by, or under common control with such obligor shall serve as
          Trustee upon such Notes.  The Trustee shall always have, or
          shall be a subsidiary of a bank or bank holding company which
          has, a combined capital and surplus of at least $100 million
          as set forth in its most recent published annual report of
          condition.  The Trustee is subject to TIA  310(b) regarding
          the disqualification of a trustee upon acquiring a conflicting
          interest.  If, at any time, the Trustee shall cease to be
          eligible in accordance
                                       5


          with the provisions of this Section, it shall resign immediately
          in the manner and with the effect specified in this Article.

25.  That Article 6 be amended by adding the following Section:

          Section 6.14.  Reports by the Trustee to Noteholders.

               Within 60 days after May 15, 1995 and each year
          thereafter until Maturity, the Trustee shall mail to the
          Noteholders a brief report dated as of such reporting date
          that complies with TIA Section 313(a) (but if no event described in
          TIA Section 313(a) has occurred within twelve months preceding the
          reporting date, no report need be transmitted).  The Trustee
          also shall comply with TIA Section 313(b).  The Trustee shall also
          transmit by mail all reports as required by TIA Section 313(c).

               A copy of each report at the time of its mailing to the
          Noteholders shall be filed, at the expense of the Issuer, by
          the Trustee with the Commission and each stock exchange, if
          any, on which the Notes are listed.

26.  That Article 6 be amended by adding the following Section:

          Section 6.15.  Preferential Collection of Claims Against
          Issuer.

               The Trustee shall comply with TIA Section 311(a), excluding any
          creditor relationship set forth in TIA Section 311(b).  A Trustee
          who has resigned or been removed shall be subject to TIA Section
          311(a) to the extent indicated therein.

27.  That Section 7.6 be amended by inserting the following paragraph after
     the last sentence thereof:

               In addition, the Issuer shall furnish to the Trustee the
          Opinions of Counsel required pursuant to TIA Section 314(b).

28.  That Section 7.9 be amended by inserting the following paragraph after
     the last sentence thereof:

               In addition, the Issuer shall furnish to the Trustee, not
          less often than annually, an Officer's Certificate as to such
          officer's knowledge of the Issuer's compliance with all
          conditions and covenants under the Indenture,


                                       6

          such compliance to be determined without regard to any period
          of grace or requirement of notice provided for under the Indenture.

29.  That Section 7.23 be deleted, and the following Section 7.23 be
     substituted therefor:

          Section 7.23.  SEC Reports and Provision of Rule 144A
          Information.

               (a)  The Issuer shall deliver to the Trustee, to be
          provided to the Noteholders, copies of the annual reports and
          of the information, documents, and other reports (or copies of
          such portions of any of the foregoing as the Commission may by
          rules and regulations prescribe) that the Issuer is required
          to file with the Commission pursuant to Section 13 or 15(d) of
          the Exchange Act, provided that the Issuer shall not be
          required to deliver to the Trustee more than one set of any
          exhibits to any of the foregoing and the Trustee shall not be
          required to deliver copies of any such exhibits to the
          Noteholders.

               (b)  To the extent that the Issuer is not subject to the
          reporting requirements of Section 13 or 15(d) of the Exchange
          Act, the Issuer shall file with the Commission and provide to
          the Trustee, to be provided to the Noteholders, such annual
          and quarterly reports and such information, documents and
          other reports (or copies of such portions of any of the
          foregoing as the Commission may by rules and regulations
          prescribe) as are specified in Sections 13 and 15(d) of the
          Exchange Act, provided that the Issuer shall not be required
          to deliver to the Trustee more than one set of any exhibits to
          any of the foregoing and the Trustee shall not be required to
          deliver copies of any such exhibits to the Noteholders.  The
          Issuer shall also make such reports available to prospective
          purchasers of the Old Notes upon the request of any Noteholder
          or beneficial holder of Old Notes which continue to be
          Restricted Notes.

               In addition, during the period beginning on the original
          issuance date of the Old Notes and ending on the date that is
          three years from such date, the Issuer covenants and agrees
          that it shall, during any period in which the Lessee or the
          Issuer is not subject to Section 13 or 15(d) under the
          Exchange Act, make available to the Noteholders or beneficial
          holders of Old Notes


                                       7

          which continue to be Restricted Notes in
          connection with the sale thereof, and make available to
          prospective purchasers of Old Notes from such Noteholder or
          beneficial holder, the information required to be delivered
          pursuant to Rule 144A(d)(4) under the Securities Act upon the
          request of such Noteholder or beneficial holder of Old Notes.

               (c)  The Issuer also shall comply with the other
          provisions of TIA Section 314(a).

30.  That Section 7.24 be deleted and the following Section 7.24 be
     substituted therefor:

          Section 7.24.  Maintenance of Office.

               The Issuer shall maintain its chief executive office and
          principal place of business at 9330 Balboa Avenue, San Diego,
          California, or at such other place in the United States of
          America as the Issuer shall designate upon 60 days prior
          notice to the Trustee and the Noteholders as provided in
          Section 12.5 hereof.

31.  That Article 7 be amended by adding the following Section:

          Section 7.27.  Certificates of Fair Value.

               The Issuer shall furnish to the Trustee certificates or
          opinions of fair value with regard to released Property
          pursuant to TIA Section 314(d)(1) and (3), which certificates or
          opinions shall be made by an independent engineer, appraiser
          or other expert to the extent required by TIA Section 314(d).

32.  That Article 7 be amended by adding the following Section:

          Section 7.28.  Statements Required in Certificate Opinion.

               Each certificate or opinion with respect to compliance
          with a condition or covenant provided for in this Indenture
          (other than a certificate provided pursuant to TIA Section
          314(a)(4)) shall include:

               (a)  a statement that the person making such certificate
          or opinion has read such covenant or condition;


                                       8

               (b)  a brief statement as to the nature and scope of the
          examination or investigation upon which the statements or
          opinions contained in such certificate or opinion are based;

               (c)  a statement that, in the opinion of such person, he
          or she has made such examination or investigation as is
          necessary to enable him or her to express an informed opinion
          as to whether or not such covenant or condition has been
          complied with; and

               (d)  a statement as to whether or not, in the opinion of
          such person, such condition or covenant has been complied
          with.

               Any Officer's Certificate may be based, insofar as it
          relates to legal matters, upon an Opinion of Counsel, unless
          such officer knows that the opinion with respect to the
          matters upon which his certificate may be based as aforesaid
          is erroneous.  Any Opinion of Counsel may be based, insofar as
          it relates to factual matters, upon certificates, statements
          or opinions of, or representations by, an officer or officers
          of the Issuer or other persons or firms deemed appropriate by
          such counsel, unless such counsel knows that the certificates,
          statements, opinions or representations with respect to the
          matters upon which his certificate, statement or opinion may
          be based as aforesaid are erroneous.

               Any Officer's Certificate, statement or Opinion of
          Counsel may be based, insofar as it relates to accounting
          matters, upon a certificate or opinion of or representation by
          an accountant (who may be an employee of the Issuer), or firm
          of accountants, unless such officer or counsel, as the case
          may be, knows that the certificate, opinion or representation
          with respect to the accounting matters upon which his
          certificate, statement or opinion may be based as aforesaid is
          erroneous.

33.  That subdivision 8.1(b) be amended by deleting the words "Holders of
     the" from the first line thereof.

34.  That subdivision (a)(iii) of Section 9.3 be deleted and the following
     be substituted therefor:

               (iii)  The aggregate principal amount of all Notes
          outstanding at the date of determination before giving effect
          to any payment to be made on such Payment Date;


                                       9

35.  That Section 12.1 be deleted, and the following Section 12.1 be
     substituted therefor:

          Section 12.1.  Noteholder Lists.

               The Trustee shall preserve in as current a form as is
          reasonably practicable the most recent list available to it of
          the names and addresses of Noteholders.  If the Trustee is not
          the Registrar, the Issuer shall furnish to the Trustee at
          least seven days before each interest payment date and at such
          other times as the Trustee may request in writing a list in
          such form and as of such date as the Trustee may reasonably
          require of the names and addresses of Noteholders.

36.  That Section 12.4 be amended by deleting subsection (ii) and that the
     following subsection (ii) be substituted therefor:

               (ii)  the Issuer by the Trustee or by any Noteholder
          shall be sufficient for every purpose hereunder if in writing
          and mailed by first-class mail, postage prepaid, sent by
          facsimile or telecopier, or sent by overnight courier to the
          Issuer addressed to it:

          Via Overnight Courier
          ---------------------
          c/o Charles F. MacGill
          Lane Gate Road, RR 3
          Cold Spring, New York 10516

          Via First-Class Mail
          --------------------
          c/o Charles F. MacGill
          P.O. Box 131, Moffat Road
          Cold Spring, New York 10516

          Via Facsimile
          -------------
          (914) 265-3653

          or to such other Independent Director of the Issuer (as
          defined in the Certificate of Incorporation of the Issuer) at
          such other address or facsimile number as may be provided in
          writing to the Trustee from time to time, with a copy to
          Mr. Charles W. Duddles, c/o Foodmaker, Inc., 9330 Balboa
          Avenue, San Diego, California 92123, or to such other address
          as may be specified by Lessee from time to time.


                                      10

37.  That Article 12 be amended by adding the following Section:

          Section 12.17.  Communication by Noteholders With Other
          Noteholders.

               Pursuant to TIA Section 312(b), Noteholders may communicate
          with other Noteholders with respect to their rights under this
          Indenture or the Notes.  The Issuer, the Trustee, the
          Registrar and anyone else shall have the protection of TIA
          Section 312(c).

38.  That Article 12 be amended by adding the following Section:

          Section 12.18.  Trust Indenture Act Controls.

               This Indenture, whether or not qualified under the TIA,
          shall be subject to the terms and provisions of the TIA as if
          so qualified.

               If any provision of this Indenture limits, qualifies, or
          conflicts with another provision that is required to be
          included in this Indenture by the TIA as in effect at the date
          hereof or, to the extent required by law, as amended after the
          date hereof, the required provision shall control.

39.  That Article 12 be amended by adding the following Section:

          Section 12.19.  Certificate and Opinion as to Conditions
          Precedent.

               Upon any request or application by the Issuer to the
          Trustee to take any action under this Indenture, the Issuer
          shall furnish to the Trustee evidence of compliance with
          conditions precedent which evidence shall consist of the
          applicable certificates or opinions set forth in TIA Section
          314(c).

40.  That the New Notes constitute "Issuer Notes" as such term is used in the 
     Guaranty dated as of December 15, 1993 by CRC-I and the Guaranty dated   
     as of December 15, 1993 by CRC-II.

                                      11

     IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Amendment to be
executed, as of the day and year first above written.

                         ISSUER:
                         ------
                         FM 1993A CORP., a Delaware corporation, as principal
                         and agent for the Borrowers


                         By: Charles W. Duddles
                             --------------------------
                         Name:  Charles W. Duddles
                         Title:  President

                         TRUSTEE:
                         -------
                         STATE STREET BANK AND TRUST COMPANY,
                         as Trustee


                         By:__________________________
                         Name:________________________
                         Title:_______________________

                         BORROWERS:
                         ---------
                         CRC-I Limited Partnership,
                         a Massachusetts limited partnership
                         By:  CRC-I Corp., General Partner


                         By: Charles W. Duddles
                             --------------------------
                         Name:  Charles W. Duddles
                         Title:  President

                         CRC-II Limited Partnership,
                         a Massachusetts limited partnership
                         By:  CRC-II Corp., General Partner


                         By: Charles W. Duddles
                             --------------------------
                         Name:  Charles W. Duddles
                         Title:  President


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                           CROSS-REFERENCE TABLE*


Trust Indenture Act Section     Indenture (as amended) Section

310(a)(1)                       6.8

310(a)(2)                       6.8

310(a)(3)                       6.12

310(a)(4)                       Not Applicable

310(a)(5)                       6.8

310(b)                          6.8, 6.9, 12.5

310(c)                          Not Applicable

311(a)                          6.15

311(b)                          6.15

311(c)                          Not Applicable

312(a)                          12.1

312(b)                          12.17

312(c)                          12.17

313(a)                          6.14

313(b)                          6.14

313(c)                          6.14, 12.5

313(d)                          Not Applicable

314(a)(1)                       7.23, 12.4, 12.5

314(a)(2)                       7.23, 12.4, 12.5

314(a)(3)                       7.23, 12.4, 12.5

314(a)(4)                       7.9, 12.4, 12.5

314(b)                          7.6

314(c)                          12.19




Trust Indenture Act Section     Indenture (as amended) Section
314(d)(1)                       7.27

314(d)(2)                       Not Applicable

314(d)(3)                       7.27

314(e)                          7.28

314(f)                          Not Applicable

315(a)                          6.1(a)(i) and (ii)

315(b)                          6.2

315(c)                          6.1(a)(iii)

315(d)                          6.1(b)

315(e)                          5.16

316(a) (last sentence)          1.1 (definition of "Outstanding")

316(a)(1)(A)                    5.14(a)

316(a)(1)(B)                    5.15

316(a)(2)                       5.10

316(b)                          5.10

316(c)                          Not Applicable

317(a)(1)                       2.12, 5.3

317(a)(2)                       5.6

317(b)                          9.1

318(a)                          12.18

- ----------------------

          *This Cross-Reference Table is not part of the Indenture.



                                 Exhibit A-1

                      FORM OF AMENDED DEFINITIVE NOTE

                               FM 1993A CORP.

               9.75% SENIOR SECURED NOTES DUE NOVEMBER 1, 2003


No. _________________   PPN: 344841AB7

$____________________


          THE NOTE EVIDENCED HEREBY HAS NOT BEEN AND WILL NOT BE REGISTERED
UNDER THE U.S. SECURITIES ACT OF 1933, AS AMENDED (THE "SECURITIES ACT"),
AND, ACCORDINGLY, MAY NOT BE OFFERED OR SOLD WITHIN THE UNITED STATES OR TO,
OR FOR THE ACCOUNT OR BENEFIT OF, U.S. PERSONS EXCEPT AS SET FORTH IN THE
FOLLOWING SENTENCE.  BY ITS ACQUISITION HEREOF, THE HOLDER (1) REPRESENTS
THAT (A) IT IS A "QUALIFIED INSTITUTIONAL BUYER" (AS DEFINED IN RULE 144A
UNDER THE SECURITIES ACT) OR (B) IT IS AN "ACCREDITED INVESTOR" (AS DEFINED
IN RULE 501(a) UNDER THE SECURITIES ACT) OR (C) IT IS NOT A U.S. PERSON AND
IS ACQUIRING THE NOTE EVIDENCED HEREBY IN AN OFFSHORE TRANSACTION, (2) AGREES
THAT IT WILL NOT WITHIN THREE YEARS AFTER THE ORIGINAL ISSUANCE OF THE NOTE
EVIDENCED HEREBY RESELL OR OTHERWISE TRANSFER THE NOTE EVIDENCED HEREBY
EXCEPT (A) TO FM 1993A CORP. (THE   "ISSUER"), (B) INSIDE THE UNITED STATES
TO A QUALIFIED INSTITUTIONAL BUYER IN COMPLIANCE WITH RULE 144A UNDER THE
SECURITIES ACT, (C) INSIDE THE UNITED STATES TO AN ACCREDITED INVESTOR THAT,
PRIOR TO SUCH TRANSFER, FURNISHES TO THE ISSUER AND STATE STREET BANK AND
TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE (THE "TRUSTEE"), A SIGNED LETTER CONTAINING CERTAIN
REPRESENTATIONS AND AGREEMENTS RELATING TO THE RESTRICTIONS ON TRANSFER OF
THE NOTE EVIDENCED HEREBY (SUBSTANTIALLY IN THE FORM ATTACHED AS EXHIBIT B TO
THE NOTE PURCHASE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE ISSUER AND THE ORIGINAL HOLDER, A
COPY OF WHICH MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE TRUSTEE), (D) OUTSIDE THE UNITED
STATES IN COMPLIANCE WITH RULE 904 UNDER THE SECURITIES ACT OR (E) PURSUANT
TO THE EXEMPTION FROM REGISTRATION PROVIDED BY RULE 144 UNDER THE SECURITIES
ACT (IF AVAILABLE).  IN CONNECTION WITH ANY TRANSFER OF THE NOTE EVIDENCED
HEREBY WITHIN THREE YEARS AFTER THE ORIGINAL ISSUANCE OF SUCH NOTE, THE
HOLDER MUST CHECK THE APPROPRIATE BOX SET FORTH ON THE ATTACHED TRANSFER
CERTIFICATE RELATING TO THE MANNER OF SUCH TRANSFER AND SUBMIT SUCH
CERTIFICATE TO THE TRUSTEE.  IF THE PROPOSED TRANSFEREE IS AN ACCREDITED
INVESTOR OR A PURCHASER WHO IS NOT A U.S. PERSON, THE HOLDER MUST, PRIOR TO
SUCH TRANSFER, FURNISH TO THE TRUSTEE, SUCH CERTIFICATIONS, LEGAL OPINIONS OR
OTHER INFORMATION AS REQUIRED PURSUANT TO THE ATTACHED TRANSFER CERTIFICATE
OR PURSUANT TO THE INDENTURE, DATED AS OF DECEMBER 15, 1993, BETWEEN SUCH
TRUSTEE AND THE ISSUER, TO CONFIRM THAT SUCH TRANSFER IS BEING MADE PURSUANT
TO AN EXEMPTION FROM, OR IN A TRANSACTION NOT SUBJECT



Exhibit A-1
FORM OF AMENDED DEFINITIVE NOTE

TO, THE REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS OF THE SECURITIES ACT.  THIS LEGEND WILL BE
VOID AFTER THE

          EXPIRATION OF THREE YEARS FROM THE ORIGINAL ISSUANCE OF THE NOTE
EVIDENCED HEREBY.  AS USED HEREIN, THE TERMS "OFFSHORE TRANSACTION," "UNITED
STATES" AND "U.S. PERSON" HAVE THE MEANINGS GIVEN TO THEM BY REGULATION S
UNDER THE SECURITIES ACT.

          PRINCIPAL OF THIS NOTE IS PAYABLE AS SET FORTH IN THE INDENTURE AND
HEREIN.  THE OUTSTANDING PRINCIPAL OF THIS NOTE AT ANY TIME MAY BE LESS THAN
THE AMOUNT SHOWN ON THE FACE HEREOF. ANY PERSON ACQUIRING THIS NOTE MAY
ASCERTAIN ITS CURRENT PRINCIPAL AMOUNT BY INQUIRY TO THE TRUSTEE.

          THE HOLDER AGREES THAT IT WILL DELIVER TO EACH PERSON TO WHOM THE
NOTE EVIDENCED HEREBY IS PROPOSED TO BE TRANSFERRED A NOTICE SUBSTANTIALLY TO
THE EFFECT OF THE FOREGOING LEGENDS.

          FM 1993A Corp., a Delaware corporation (together with its permitted
successors and assigns, the "Issuer"), for value received, hereby promises to
pay to ______________________ or registered assigns, the principal sum of
_________________ DOLLARS ($_____________), with interest thereon at the rate
of Nine and 75/100th percent (9.75%) per annum (the "Interest Rate") unless
otherwise specified below, in lawful money of the United States of America,
on the terms provided below.

          1.   Payments and Deposits.

          (a)  Payments Due under this Note.  Payments under this promissory
note (this "Note") shall be made as follows:

              (i)   Commencing on the first Business Day (as defined below)
     of July, 1994, and on the first Business Day of each and every January
     and July thereafter, to and including, the first Business Day of July,
     2003 (each such date is referred to herein as an "Installment Payment
     Date"), there shall be due and payable semi-annual installment payments
     (each, an "Installment Payment") consisting of all accrued interest on
     the outstanding principal balance of this Note for the Interest Accrual
     Period (as defined below) immediately preceding such Installment Payment
     Date;

             (ii)   On the first Business Day of January, 2003, in addition
     to the Installment Payment due on such date under subsection (i) above,
     there shall be due and payable an amount (the "Initial Bullet Payment")
     sufficient to reduce the outstanding principal balance of this Note,
     after application of any prepayments of principal on account of Early
     Terminations (as defined below) theretofor consummated pursuant to
     Section 5 below, to an amount equal to fifty percent (50%) of the
     original principal balance of this Note; and


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            (iii)   On November 1, 2003 (the "Maturity Date"), there shall be
     due and payable (A) the entire unpaid principal balance under this Note;
     plus (B) all accrued and unpaid interest on this Note for the Interest
     Accrual Period immediately preceding the Maturity Date (collectively,
     the sums described in clauses (A) and (B) hereof are referred to as the
     "Final Bullet Payment"); plus (C) all other sums evidenced by this Note.

          (b)  Deposits Due under the Notes.  In addition to the payments due
under Section 1(a), Issuer shall make the following deposits with respect to
all the Notes (as hereinafter defined):

              (i)   On each Installment Payment Date up to and including the
     first Business Day of January, 2003, a deposit (each, a "Sinking Fund
     Payment") in an amount equal to the aggregate Unit Sinking Fund Payments
     as described on Schedule 1 attached hereto for all Units (as defined
     below) minus two (2) times the Unit Sinking Fund Payments for those
     Units as to which an Early Termination shall have been consummated prior
     to such Installment Payment Date; each Sinking Fund Payment shall be
     deposited into the Sinking Fund Account established pursuant to
     Section 9.2(b) of the Indenture (as defined below); and

             (ii)   On each and every Installment Payment Date and on the
     Maturity Date, a deposit (the "Indenture Expense Deposit") in an amount
     equal to TWENTY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($25,000.00) to be deposited into
     the Administrative Expenses Account pursuant to Section 9.6(b) of the
     Indenture; and

            (iii)   On the first Business Day of January, 2003, a deposit
     (each such deposit and any deposit made pursuant to Section 5(a)(ii)
     below being referred to herein as a "Equity Collection Account Deposit")
     into the Equity Collection Account (as defined in the Indenture) in
     accordance with the Indenture and the Deposit Accounts Security
     Agreements (as defined below) in an amount equal to the difference
     between (A) the sum of the Special Sinker Rent and the Purchase Price
     (each as defined in the Leases described below) payable to either CRC-I
     or CRC-II (each as defined below) for all Units as to which Foodmaker
     (as defined below) has exercised the Year Nine Option (as defined in the
     Leases) and for all Year Nine Units (as so defined) and (B) the amount
     of the aggregated Initial Bullet Payments made on the Notes.

          (c)  Interest Method.  Interest shall be calculated on the basis of
a three hundred sixty (360) day year consisting of twelve (12) thirty (30)
day months, and the actual number of days elapsed.


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          (d)  Time for Payments.  All payments due hereunder must be paid by
10:00 a.m. New York Time.

          (e)  Business Day.  As used herein, "Business Day" shall mean a day
other than a Saturday, Sunday, or a day on which Banks in New York, New York
or the city where the Corporate Trust Office of the Trustee is located, are
authorized or obligated to close their regular banking business.

          (f)  Interest Accrual Period.  As used herein, "Interest Accrual
Period" shall mean (i) with respect to the initial Interest Accrual Period,
the period from the Closing Date (as defined in the Indenture) to and
including June 30, 1994, (ii) for the period from July 1, 1994 through June
30, 2003, the six (6) month period commencing on the first day of each
January and July to and including the last day of the following June and
December, respectively, and (iii) a final period from July 1, 2003, through
but not including the Maturity Date.

          (g)  No Credits for Deposits.  Issuer shall receive no credit
against any sums of interest and principal due under this Note for any
Sinking Fund Payment or Indenture Expense Deposit paid pursuant to this
Section 1 and Section 5 below (except to the extent Sinking Fund Payments are
applied to the Initial Bullet Payment in accordance with the provisions of
Section 9.2(b) of the Indenture) or for any sums deposited in the Equity
Collection Account pursuant to this Section 1 and Section 5 below unless and
until such sums are applied to the obligations due hereunder in accordance
with the terms of the Deposit Accounts Security Agreements and the Indenture.
Payments received by the Trustee (as hereinafter defined) from Foodmaker,
Inc., a Delaware corporation ("Foodmaker") under the Master Lease, dated as
of December 15, 1993 between Foodmaker and CRC-I Limited Partnership, a
Massachusetts limited partnership ("CRC-I") or under the Master Lease, dated
as of December 15, 1993, between Foodmaker and CRC-II Limited Partnership, a
Massachusetts limited partnership ("CRC-II;" CRC-I and CRC-II, together, the
"Borrowers") (such Master Leases being collectively referred to herein as the
"Leases") on account of Basic Rent, Special Rent, Special Sinker Rent and
Purchase Price (as those terms are defined in the Leases) and/or received
from CRC-I and CRC-II pursuant to the CRC Notes (as defined in the Indenture)
shall be applied to this Note in accordance with the terms of the Indenture
and shall satisfy Issuer's payment obligations under this Note to the extent
of such payments so applied.

          2.   This Note Issued Under the Indenture.  This Note is one of a
duly authorized issue of Notes of the Issuer designated as its 9.75% Senior
Secured Notes due November 1, 2003 (herein called the "Notes"), issued and to
be issued under that certain Indenture, dated as of December 15, 1993
(herein, together with all amendments and supplements thereto, called the
"Indenture"), between the Issuer, CRC-I, CRC-II and State Street Bank and
Trust Company, in its capacity as trustee (the


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FORM OF AMENDED DEFINITIVE NOTE

"Trustee," which term includes any successor trustee under the Indenture), to
which Indenture reference is hereby made for a statement of the respective
rights thereunder of the Issuer, CRC-I, CRC-II, the Trustee and the Holders
of the Notes and the terms upon which the Notes are, and are to be,
authenticated and delivered and this reference incorporates the Indenture
herein, and by acceptance hereof, the Holder of this Note assents to all of
the terms and conditions of the Indenture.  The Notes are obligations of the
Issuer, guaranteed by the Borrowers, limited to, together with all other
9.75% Senior Secured Notes issued under the Indenture, $70,000,000 in
aggregate principal amount. Capitalized terms used in this Note that are not
defined herein shall have the meanings assigned to them in the Indenture.

          All payments of principal and interest and other sums due on the
Notes shall be allocated on a pro rata basis among such Notes, without
preference or priority of any kind, and shall be made in accordance with the
priority of distributions set forth in the Indenture.

          The principal of and premium (if any) and interest on this Note
(except defaulted interest) are payable to the Person in whose name this Note
(or one or more predecessor Notes) is registered at the close of business on
the last day (whether or not a Business Day) of the month preceding the month
in which the applicable Payment Date occurs (with respect to such Payment
Date, the "Regular Record Date"), notwithstanding any subsequent transfers
between such Regular Record Date and such Payment Date.  Payment of principal
of and premium (if any) and interest on this Note shall be made in accordance
with the Indenture.

          3.   Interest Upon Default.  Notwithstanding anything to the
contrary set forth herein, Issuer shall pay to the Holder of this Note as of
a special record date, interest at a rate per annum (the "Overdue Rate")
equal to the Interest Rate plus three percent (3%) per annum, but in no event
greater than the maximum rate of interest permitted to be contracted for
under the laws of the State of New York, with respect to (A) all overdue
Installment Payments, Sinking Fund Payments, Indenture Expense Deposits, the
Initial Bullet Payment and all Equity Collection Account Deposits, each from
the due date thereof until paid in full, (B) the Final Bullet Payment and the
final Indenture Expense Deposit due on the Maturity Date, from the Maturity
Date until paid in full, (C) the entire outstanding principal balance of the
Note and all accrued and unpaid interest upon acceleration of this Note under
Section 7 below, from the date of such acceleration until paid in full,
(D) all unpaid Prepayment Premiums (as defined below) payable due to an Early
Termination hereunder, from the date of such Early Termination until paid in
full, and (E) all other overdue amounts payable hereunder, from the date such
amounts became due until paid in full.  The Issuer shall fix any such special
record date and payment date.  At least 15 days before any such special
record date, the Issuer shall mail to Holders of the Notes a notice that
states the


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FORM OF AMENDED DEFINITIVE NOTE

record date, payment date and amount of such interest to be paid. The Overdue
Rate shall be in lieu of any other interest rate otherwise applicable and
shall commence without notice and shall be payable upon demand.

          4.   Limitation on Interest.  Anything herein to the contrary
notwithstanding, the amount of interest payable or paid on this Note shall be
limited to an amount that shall not exceed the maximum nonusurious rate of
interest allowed by the applicable laws of the United States and the State of
New York, that could lawfully be contracted for, charged, or received.  In
the event any payment of interest is made in violation of this provision, the
parties hereto stipulate, that such excess amount shall be deemed to have
been paid as a result of an error on the part of Issuer, and if the Trustee
receives such excess payment on behalf of the Holders of the Notes, the
Trustee shall promptly, upon discovery of such error or upon notice thereof
from Issuer, apply the excess to the payment of principal of this Note, if
any, remaining unpaid.  In addition, all sums, which must be treated as
interest, paid or agreed to be paid to Trustee on behalf of the Holders of
the Notes for the use, forbearance or detention of money shall, to the extent
permitted by applicable law, be amortized, prorated, allocated, and spread
throughout the full term of the Note.

          5.   Early Termination.

          (a)  Terminated Units.  In the event that Foodmaker shall, pursuant
to the terms of Article 37 of the Leases, elect to effect an Early
Termination (as defined in the Leases) of any Unit (as defined in the CRC
Note) at any time on or after the first Business Day of January, 1999, or
exercises its Year Nine Option or makes the Year Nine Offer (as defined in
the Leases) as to one or more Units  (any such Unit being referred to herein
as a "Terminated Unit"), Issuer shall notify the Trustee immediately upon
receipt of notice of such Early Termination election, exercise of the Year
Nine Option or making of the Year Nine Offer, from CRC-I, CRC-II or Foodmaker
and shall prepay the Notes on the applicable Eligible Termination Date (as
defined in the CRC Notes) by (i) paying to the Holders of the Notes an Early
Termination Payment, as defined below, for such Terminated Unit and
(ii) depositing into the Equity Collection Account in accordance with the
Deposit Accounts Security Agreements and the Indenture the difference between
(A) the sum of the Special Sinker Rent, if any, and the Purchase Price (as
defined in the Leases) for such Terminated Unit, and (B) the Early
Termination Payment paid for such Terminated Unit.

          (b)  Early Termination Payment.  For each such Terminated Unit, the
"Early Termination Payment" shall be equal to (i) the Allocated Principal
Balance (as defined below) for such Terminated Unit, plus (ii) a premium (the
"Prepayment Premium") equal to such Allocated Principal Balance multiplied by
the percentage set forth in the table below for the applicable


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FORM OF AMENDED DEFINITIVE NOTE

period during which such Early Termination or Purchase pursuant to
the Year Nine Option or Year Nine Offer occurs:

             Prepayment Date

            (Dates Inclusive)                Percentage:

January 1, 1999 through December 31, 1999       5.00%
January 1, 2000 through December 31, 2000       3.75%
January 1, 2001 through December 31, 2001       2.50%
January 1, 2002 through December 31, 2002       1.25%
January 1, 2003 through November 1, 2003          0%

          (c)  Allocated Principal Balance.  For purposes of this Section 5,
the "Allocated Principal Balance" of a Terminated Unit shall be equal to the
amount so allocated to such Terminated Unit on Schedule 1 attached hereto.

          (d)  Application to Principal Balance.  Any prepayment resulting
from an Early Termination made by Issuer pursuant to this Section 5 shall
reduce the outstanding principal balance of this Note by an amount equal to
the Allocated Principal Balance.

          (e)  Costs Incurred in Reliance Upon Early Termination Notice.
Issuer understands that Holder may incur costs, expenses and commitments,
suffer losses, and/or make payments in reliance upon Holder's receipt of a
written notice of an Early Termination.  If all conditions for such Early
Termination as specified in the applicable CRC Lease, the CRC Notes and the
Indenture are not satisfied on or prior to the date as specified in such
notice and as required hereunder, then, upon demand by Holder, Issuer shall
pay or reimburse Holder for all such costs, expenses, losses and payments.

          6.   Default Prepayment; Concerning the Prepayment Premium.

          (a)  Prohibited Prepayments.  Issuer further agrees that should:
(i) any Event of Default occur, and (ii) the maturity hereof be accelerated,
then a tender of payment by Issuer, or by any entity related to, or
affiliated with, Issuer or by anyone on behalf of Issuer, of the amount
necessary to satisfy all or any sums due under the Mortgage Note Documents
(including, without limitation, any sums due on any judgment rendered in any
foreclosure action) made at any time prior to, during, or after, a judicial
foreclosure or a sale pursuant to the exercise of a power of sale of the
Trust Estate (as defined in the Indenture), shall constitute an evasion of
the payment terms hereof and shall be deemed to be a prohibited prepayment
hereunder.

          (b)  Prepayment Premium.  Issuer acknowledges that the Holder of
this Note has relied upon the anticipated investment return under this Note
in entering into transactions with, and in


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FORM OF AMENDED DEFINITIVE NOTE

making commitments to, third parties; therefore, the tender of any prohibited
prepayment, shall, to the extent not prohibited by law, include a prepayment
premium equal to (i) an amount equal to ten percent (10%) of the outstanding
principal balance hereof immediately prior to such prohibited prepayment if
such prohibited prepayment occurs prior to January 1, 1999, or (ii) an amount
equal to such outstanding principal balance multiplied by the percentage
specified in the table set forth below if such prohibited prepayment occurs
during the periods specified below:

             Prepayment Date

            (Dates Inclusive)                Percentage:

January 1, 1999 through December 31, 1999       5.00%
January 1, 2000 through December 31, 2000       3.75%
January 1, 2001 through December 31, 2001       2.50%
January 1, 2002 through December 31, 2002       1.25%
January 1, 2003 through November 1, 2003          0%

          Nothing herein contained shall constitute an agreement on the part
of the Holder of this Note to accept any prepayment, other than as expressly
provided in Section 5 of this Note.

          (c)  Reasonable Compensation.  Issuer agrees that such prepayment
premium represents the reasonable estimate of the Holder of this Note and
Issuer of a fair average compensation for the loss that may be sustained by
the Holder of this Note due to the prepayment of the indebtedness evidenced
by this Note.  Such prepayment premium shall be paid without prejudice to the
right of the Holder of this Note to collect any other amounts provided to be
paid under the Indenture.  The Trustee shall be entitled to bid all or a
portion of such prepayment premium payable hereunder at any foreclosure sale
of the Trust Estate.

          (d)  Adequate Consideration.  Issuer acknowledges that its
agreement to the prepayment provisions provided for herein is a material
inducement to the agreement of the Holder of this Note to purchase this Note,
that its agreement is supported by adequate consideration, and that Holder
would not agree to purchase this Note without Issuer's agreement to pay the
prepayment premiums provided herein.  Issuer and the Holder of this Note
intend that the terms of Sections 5 and 6 be held enforceable to the extent
not prohibited by law.  Without limiting the generality hereof, in the event
that a court of competent jurisdiction should determine that one or more of
the terms of Sections 5 or 6 are overbroad, and in consequence thereof, void,
then Issuer and the Holder of this Note intend that the terms of such
Sections be construed so that the void provisions herein be read to the
broadest extent possible without being construed as void.

Name of person initialing:  Charles Duddles, Initials:___
                            President


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FORM OF AMENDED DEFINITIVE NOTE

          7.   Event of Default; Acceleration.  The following constitute, in
summary form, Events of Default under the Indenture:  (a) failure to pay
principal of or interest on the Notes or to make any deposit required to be
made to the Sinking Fund Account or the Administrative Expenses Account, when
due; (b) a material misrepresentation which remains uncured 30 days after
notice thereof, with a reasonable and necessary extension during diligent
pursuit of a cure for those misrepresentations which by their nature cannot
be cured within 30 days; (c) bankruptcy events with respect to the Issuer,
CRC-I, CRC-II, Foodmaker or any General Partner which are not dismissed
within the applicable cure periods; (d) the occurrence and continuance of any
CRC Lease Event of Default or Mortgage Event of Default; and (e) other
customary defaults.  If an Event of Default shall occur and be continuing,
this Note may become or be declared due and payable in the manner and with
the effect provided in the Indenture.

          If an Event of Default occurs and is continuing, the Majority
Noteholders may declare an acceleration of maturity of the Notes or, in some
circumstances described in the Indenture, the Notes shall be accelerated
without any action on the part of the Majority Noteholders, and the Majority
Noteholders may direct the Trustee to exercise any remedies available under
the Indenture with respect thereto including, without limitation, the sale of
all or any portion of the Trust Estate.  So long as an Event of Default has
occurred and is continuing and no declaration of acceleration has occurred,
the Trustee shall retain the Trust Estate intact and permit payments of
principal of and premium (if any) and interest on the Notes to be made in
accordance with the terms of the Indenture.  Any such election may be
rescinded by the Majority Noteholders in accordance with the terms of the
Indenture.

          The remedies of the Holder hereof or of the Trustee as provided
herein, or in the Indenture, shall be cumulative and concurrent.  No failure
on the part of Holder or of the Trustee in exercising any right or remedy
hereunder shall operate as a waiver or release thereof, nor shall any single
or partial exercise of any such right or remedy preclude any other further
exercise thereof or the exercise of any other right or remedy hereunder.
Noteholders may not enforce the Indenture on the Notes except as provided in
the Indenture.  The Trustee may require reasonable indemnity before it
enforces the Indenture or the Notes.

          8.   Transfer of this Note.  This Note may not be sold or
transferred (including, without limitation, by pledge or hypothecation)
unless, prior to any sale or other transfer of this Note, (i) the Noteholder
delivers to the Note Registrar and the Issuer a Transfer Certificate, in the
form attached hereto, together with such other certifications, legal opinions
or other information required thereby, by the Indenture, or pursuant to the
terms of this Note, and (ii) the Noteholder's prospective


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transferee delivers to the Note Registrar and the Issuer such letters as may
be required by the legends appearing on this Note.

          Subject to the preceding paragraph and subject to certain further
limitations set forth in the Indenture, the transfer of this Note may be
registered on the Note Register, upon surrender of this Note for registration
of transfer or exchange, and any documents required to be presented in
connection with such registration or exchange as provided in Section 2.6 of
the Indenture, at the agency designated by the Issuer pursuant to the
Indenture, duly endorsed by, or accompanied by a written instrument of
transfer, in form satisfactory to the Issuer and Trustee, duly executed by
the Holder hereof or its attorney, duly authorized in writing.  Thereupon,
the Issuer shall execute and the Trustee shall authenticate and deliver one
or more new Notes in any authorized denominations and in the same aggregate
initial principal amount to the designated transferee or transferees.

          Prior to the due presentment for registration of transfer of this
Note, the Issuer, the Trustee and any agent of the Issuer or the Trustee may
treat the person in whose name this Note is registered (i) on any Regular
Record Date, for purposes of making payments, and (ii) on any other date for
any other purpose, whether or not this Note be overdue, as the owner hereof,
and neither the Issuer, the Trustee nor any such agent shall be affected by
notice to the contrary.

          The Notes are issuable only in registered form in minimum
denominations of $50,000 and integral multiples of $50,000.  Subject to the
restrictions on transfer set forth in the Indenture, the Notes are
exchangeable for a like aggregate initial principal amount of notes of
different authorized denominations, as requested by the Noteholder
surrendering the same.

          No service charge shall be made for any registration of transfer or
exchange of Notes, but the Issuer may require payment of a sum sufficient to
cover any tax or other governmental charge that may be imposed in connection
with any registration of transfer or exchange of Notes.

          The Note Registrar shall not be required to register any transfer
or effect any exchange of any Note fifteen (15) days prior to a Payment Date.

          9.   Modifications; Consents; Waivers.  The Indenture permits, with
certain exceptions as therein provided, the amendment thereof and the
modification of the rights and obligations of the Issuer and the rights of
the Holders of the Notes under the Indenture at any time by the Issuer and
the Trustee with the consent of the Majority Noteholders.  The Indenture also
contains provisions permitting the Majority Noteholders to waive compliance
by the Issuer with certain


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provisions of the Indenture and certain past Events of Default under the
Indenture and their consequences.  Any such consent or waiver shall be
conclusive and binding upon the Holder of this Note and upon all future
Holders of this Note and of any Note issued upon the registration of transfer
hereof or in exchange herefor, whether or not notation of such consent or
waiver is made upon this Note.  Without the consent of all the Holders of
each Outstanding Note no supplemental indenture may, among other things, (i)
change the Stated Maturity of the principal of, or any installment of
principal of or interest on, any Note, reduce or increase the principal
amount thereof or the rate of interest thereon or the rights of the
Noteholders to the benefit of any provisions relating to the redemption of
the Notes, change the provisions of the Indenture relating to the application
of proceeds of the Trust Estate to the payment of principal or interest on
the Notes, or change any place where, or the coin or currency in which, any
Note or the interest thereon is payable, or impair the right to institute
suit for the enforcement of any such payment on or after the Maturity
thereof, (ii) change the percentage in Aggregate Outstanding Amount of Notes,
the consent of the Holders of which is required for the execution of any
supplemental indenture, or the consent of the Holders of which is required
for any waiver of compliance with certain provisions of the Indenture or
certain defaults thereunder or their consequences provided in the Indenture,
(iii) impair or adversely affect or release any part of the Trust Estate
except as otherwise permitted in the Indenture, (iv) permit the creation of
any lien ranking prior to or on a parity with the lien of the Indenture with
respect to any part of the trust estate or terminate the lien of the
Indenture on any property at any time subject thereto or deprive any
Noteholder of any security afforded by the lien of the Indenture, (v) change
the percentage of the Aggregate Outstanding Amount, the consent of the
Holders of Notes of which is required to direct the Trustee to sell or
liquidate the Trust Estate pursuant to Article Five of the Indenture, (vi)
modify any of the provisions of the Indenture with respect to Sections 5.15,
7.18, 8.1 or 11.14 thereof, (vii) modify the proviso to the definition of the
term "Outstanding" in the Indenture or modify the terms "Holder" and
"Noteholder," (viii) modify any of the provisions of the Indenture in such a
manner as to affect the calculation of the amount of any payment of interest
or principal due on any Note, on any Payment Date (including the calculation
of any of the individual components of such calculation), or (ix) cause the
rating of the Notes to be downgraded by the Rating Agencies.

          The Indenture also provides that the Issuer and the Trustee may
amend or supplement the Indenture or the Notes without the consent of or
notice to the Holders of Notes to, among other things, (i) provide for the
issuance of the New Notes to be exchanged for Old Notes pursuant to a
Registered Exchange Offer (as defined in the Registration Rights Agreement,
(ii) cure any ambiguity, defect or inconsistency, (iii) make any change that
does not materially and adversely affect the legal or other


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rights of any Holder of Notes, (iv) evidence and provide for the acceptance
of appointment thereunder by a successor Trustee, or (v) comply with any
requirements of the Commission in connection with the qualification of the
Indenture under the Trust Indenture Act of 1939, and the rules and
regulations promulgated thereunder.  The Indenture further provides that the
provision regarding the withdrawal of funds from the Sinking Fund Account
shall not be amended or supplemented without the prior written consent of
Foodmaker.

          10.  Waiver by Maker.  Issuer, and all endorsers, guarantors and
sureties of this Note, and each of them, hereby waive diligence, demand,
presentment for payment, notice of non-payment, protest, notice of dishonor
and notice of protest, notice of intent to accelerate and notice of
acceleration (except to the extent otherwise required by applicable law or
expressly required by any Mortgage Note Document) and specifically consent
to, and waive notice of, any renewals or extensions of this Note, whether
made to or in favor of Issuer or any other person or persons, and hereby
waive any defense by reason of extension of time for payment or other
indulgence granted by the Holder of this Note.

          11.  Governing Law.  This Note is to be construed and enforced in
all respects in accordance with the laws of the State of New York without
regard to principles of conflicts of laws.  Any legal action or proceeding
with respect to this Note may be instituted in the courts of the State of New
York, the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York,
or elsewhere, as the Majority Noteholders or Trustee may elect, and by
execution and delivery of this Note, Issuer irrevocably and unconditionally
submits to the jurisdiction of each such court, and irrevocably and
unconditionally waives (i) any objection it may now or hereafter have to the
laying of venue in any of such courts, (ii) any claim that any action or
proceeding brought in any of such courts has been brought in an inconvenient
forum, and (iii) any right, entitlement or privilege which Issuer or its
property might otherwise have not to be subject to such actions or
proceedings by reason of sovereign immunity or otherwise.  Issuer agrees that
so long as Issuer shall be obligated to the Holder of this Note or the
Trustee under any mortgage note document, Issuer shall maintain duly
appointed agents satisfactory to the Majority Noteholders and the trustee for
the service of process in New York and shall keep the Holder of this Note and
the Trustee advised in writing of the identification and location of such
agents.  The failure of such agents to give notice to issuer of any such
service shall not impair or affect the validity of such service or of any
judgment rendered in any action or proceeding based thereon.

          12.  Non-recourse.

          (a)  Subject to the provisions of this Section 12, the Holder of
this Note shall neither seek nor obtain judgment


                             Exhibit A-1, Page 12

Exhibit A-1
FORM OF AMENDED DEFINITIVE NOTE

against Issuer or its officers, directors, shareholders or employees for
payment of principal or interest or other sums under this Note, and the sole
recourse of the Holder of this Note against Issuer for any default in the
payment of such principal or interest or other sums shall be limited to the
Trust Estate.

          (b)  The limitation on recourse set forth in this Section 12 shall
be deemed void as against the Issuer and shall have no force or effect as
against the Issuer if Issuer should attempt to materially delay any
foreclosure by the Trustee against the Trust Estate or if Issuer should claim
that any Note or the Indenture is invalid or unenforceable to an extent that
would preclude any such foreclosure.

          (c)  The limitation on recourse set forth in this Section 12 shall
not prejudice the rights of the Holder of this Note to:

              (i)   name Issuer as a party defendant in any action or
     proceeding subject to the limitations of this Section 12;

             (ii)   exercise remedies such as foreclosure against or sale of
     any of the Trust Estate, or obtaining the appointment of a receiver, or
     enforcement of the Assignment of Leases (as defined in the CRC
     Mortgages);

            (iii)   collect or recover all Rents, Profits and Proceeds and
     all Insurance and Condemnation Proceeds (in each case as defined in the
     CRC Mortgages).

          (d)  The limitation on recourse set forth in this Section 12 does
not affect the rights of the Trustee or any Noteholder to recover any
expenses, damages or costs, including attorneys' fees (including the
allocated costs for services of in-house counsel), which the Trustee or any
Noteholder may incur because of Issuer's fraud, willful misrepresentation,
waste, misappropriation of Rents, Profits and Proceeds or intentional damage
of or to any of the Trust Estate.

          (e)  Nothing contained in this Section 12 shall limit in any way
any liability or obligations of Foodmaker under the Leases or of CRC-I or CRC-
II under the Guaranties of even date herewith executed by CRC-I and CRC-II
guarantying Issuer's obligations under the Notes.

          (f)  Nothing contained in this Section 12 shall limit in any way
any liability or obligations of CRC-I, CRC-II or Foodmaker under Section 1.09
or 1.18 of the Mortgages; provided, however, that no partner in CRC-I or CRC-
II shall have personal liability for the repayment of the indebtedness
evidenced by the CRC Notes.


                             Exhibit A-1, Page 13

Exhibit A-1
FORM OF AMENDED DEFINITIVE NOTE

          (g)  Nothing contained in this Section 12 shall impair the validity
of any Note or the Indenture or any lien or security interest which it may
create or perfect.

          13.  Absolute and Unconditional Obligation.  No reference herein to
the Indenture and no provision of this Note or of the Indenture shall alter
or impair the obligation of the Issuer, which is absolute and unconditional,
to pay the principal of, and interest on, this Note at the times, place and
rate, and manner prescribed herein and in the Indenture.

          14.  Certificate of Authentication Required.  Unless the
certificate of authentication of this instrument has been manually executed
by the Trustee under the Indenture, this Note shall not be entitled to any
benefit under such Indenture, or be valid or obligatory for any purpose.

          15.  Payments from Accounts.  Payments made from the Collection
Account, the Sinking Fund Account and the Equity Collection Account
established pursuant to the Indenture shall be applied to the Notes in
accordance with the Indenture.

          16.  Abbreviations.  Customary abbreviations may be used in the
name of a Noteholder or an assignee, such as:  TEN CO = tenant in common, TEN
ENT = tenants by the entireties, JT TEN = joint tenants with right of
survivorship and not as tenants in common, CUST = Custodian, and U/G/M/A =
Uniform Gifts to Minors Act.

          Foodmaker shall furnish without charge to any Noteholder, upon the
written or oral request of such person, a copy of the Indenture.  Requests
may be made to:

               Foodmaker, Inc.
               Attn:  Corporate Communications
               9330 Balboa Avenue
               San Diego, California 92123
               (619) 571-2121

          IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Issuer has caused this instrument to be
duly executed.


                            FM 1993A CORP.,
                            a Delaware corporation,



                            By:_______________________________
                               Name:   Charles W. Duddles
                               Title:  President


                             Exhibit A-1, Page 14

Exhibit A-1
FORM OF AMENDED DEFINITIVE NOTE

                            CRC-I LIMITED PARTNERSHIP,
                            a Massachusetts limited partnership,

                            By:  CRC-I Corp., General Partner



                                 By:______________________________
                                    Name:   Charles W. Duddles
                                    Title:  President



                            CRC-II LIMITED PARTNERSHIP,
                            a Massachusetts limited partnership,

                            By:  CRC-II Corp., General Partner



                                 By:_____________________________
                                    Name:   Charles W. Duddles
                                    Title:  President



                             Exhibit A-1, Page 15

Exhibit A-1
FORM OF AMENDED DEFINITIVE NOTE

                   TRUSTEE'S CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICATION


          This is one of the Notes described in the within-mentioned
Indenture.

                            STATE STREET BANK AND TRUST COMPANY,
                            as Trustee



                            By:_____________________________
                               Authorized Signatory



DATED:  ____________, 199__


                             Exhibit A-1, Page 16

Exhibit A-1
FORM OF AMENDED DEFINITIVE NOTE

                               ASSIGNMENT FORM


          FOR VALUE RECEIVED, the undersigned hereby assign(s) and
transfer(s) unto


               _______________________________________
               (PLEASE INSERT SOCIAL SECURITY OR OTHER
               IDENTIFYING NUMBER OF ASSIGNEE)

___________________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________
(Print or typewrite name and address including postal zip code of assignee)


the within Note and all rights thereunder, and hereby irrevocably appoints
__________________________ attorney-in-fact, with full power of substitution,
to transfer said Note on the books of the Issuer.


Dated: ___________


                     Signature:____________________________________________
                               NOTICE: The name on this assignment must
                                        correspond with the name as written
                                        upon the first page of the written
                                        instrument in every particular,
                                        without alteration or enlargement, or
                                        any change whatever.



Signature Guarantee:_______________________


                             Exhibit A-1, Page 17

Exhibit A-1
FORM OF AMENDED DEFINITIVE NOTE

                            TRANSFER CERTIFICATE


          The undersigned, ________________________, hereby certifies, in
connection with a proposed transfer of all or a portion of the privately
placed 9.75% Senior Secured Note due November 1, 2003 (the "Note") of FM
1993A Corp. (the "Issuer") owned of record by the undersigned to
________________________ (the "Prospective Transferee"), the following
(please check the appropriate item):

            __(a)   The Note is being sold to the Issuer or any subsidiary
thereof.

            __(b)   The Note is being sold to a qualified institutional buyer
in compliance with Rule 144A under the Securities Act (as defined in the
Note).

            __(c)   The Note is being sold to an accredited investor, as
defined in Rule 501(a)(1), (2), (3) or (7) under the Securities Act (in which
case, prior to such transfer we will furnish to the Trustee a letter signed
by the Prospective Transferee containing certain representations and
agreements relating to the restrictions on transfer of the Note,
substantially in the form attached as Exhibit B to the Note Purchase
Agreement between the Issuer and the original Holder of the Note, the form of
which letter can be obtained from the Trustee).

            __(d)   The Note is being sold outside the United States in
compliance with Rule 903 or Rule 904 under the Securities Act.

            __(e)   The Note is being sold by us pursuant to Rule 144 under
the Securities Act.

            __(f)   The Note is being sold pursuant to an effective
registration statement under the Securities Act.

            __(g)   The Note is being sold in accordance with another
exemption from the registration requirements of the Securities Act.

          If item (c) or (g) has been checked, or if the proposed transferee
is not a U.S. person (as defined in Regulation S under the Securities Act)
the undersigned further agrees that it will, prior to such transfer, furnish
to the Issuer and the Trustee such certifications, legal opinions or other
information as required by the Issuer and the Trustee to confirm that the
proposed transfer is being made pursuant to an exemption from, or that such
transfer is not subject to, the registration requirements of the Securities
Act.


                             Exhibit A-1, Page 18

Exhibit A-1
FORM OF AMENDED DEFINITIVE NOTE

          IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned has executed this certificate
on ____________________.


          [NAME OF HOLDER]



          By:______________________



                             Exhibit A-1, Page 19


                                  Exhibit A-2

                          FORM OF AMENDED GLOBAL NOTE

                                 FM 1993A CORP.

               9.75% SENIOR SECURED NOTES DUE NOVEMBER 1, 2003


No. _________________   PPN: 344841AB7

$____________________


          UNLESS AND UNTIL IT IS EXCHANGED IN WHOLE OR IN PART FOR NOTES IN
DEFINITIVE FORM, THIS NOTE MAY NOT BE TRANSFERRED EXCEPT AS A WHOLE BY THE
DEPOSITARY TO A NOMINEE OF THE DEPOSITARY OR BY A NOMINEE OF THE DEPOSITARY
TO THE DEPOSITARY OR ANOTHER NOMINEE OF THE DEPOSITARY OR BY THE DEPOSITARY
OR ANY SUCH NOMINEE TO A SUCCESSOR DEPOSITARY OR A NOMINEE OF SUCH SUCCESSOR
DEPOSITARY.  UNLESS THIS CERTIFICATE IS PRESENTED BY AN AUTHORIZED
REPRESENTATIVE OF THE DEPOSITORY TRUST COMPANY, A NEW YORK CORPORATION
("DTC"), TO THE ISSUER OR ITS AGENT FOR REGISTRATION OF TRANSFER, EXCHANGE,
OR PAYMENT, AND ANY CERTIFICATE ISSUED IS REGISTERED IN THE NAME OF CEDE &
CO. OR SUCH OTHER NAME AS IS REQUESTED BY AN AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OF DTC
(AND ANY PAYMENT IS MADE TO CEDE & CO. OR SUCH OTHER ENTITY AS IS REQUESTED
BY AN AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OF DTC), ANY TRANSFER, PLEDGE, OR OTHER USE
HEREOF FOR VALUE OR OTHERWISE BY OR TO ANY PERSON IS WRONGFUL INASMUCH AS THE
REGISTERED OWNER HEREOF, CEDE & CO., HAS AN INTEREST HEREIN.

          THE NOTE EVIDENCED HEREBY HAS NOT BEEN AND WILL NOT BE REGISTERED
UNDER THE U.S. SECURITIES ACT OF 1933, AS AMENDED (THE "SECURITIES ACT"),
AND, ACCORDINGLY, MAY NOT BE OFFERED OR SOLD WITHIN THE UNITED STATES OR TO,
OR FOR THE ACCOUNT OR BENEFIT OF, U.S. PERSONS EXCEPT AS SET FORTH IN THE
FOLLOWING SENTENCE.  BY ITS ACQUISITION HEREOF, THE HOLDER (1) REPRESENTS
THAT (A) IT IS A "QUALIFIED INSTITUTIONAL BUYER" (AS DEFINED IN RULE 144A
UNDER THE SECURITIES ACT) OR (B) IT IS AN "ACCREDITED INVESTOR" (AS DEFINED
IN RULE 501(a) UNDER THE SECURITIES ACT) OR (C) IT IS NOT A U.S. PERSON AND
IS ACQUIRING THE NOTE EVIDENCED HEREBY IN AN OFFSHORE TRANSACTION, (2) AGREES
THAT IT WILL NOT WITHIN THREE YEARS AFTER THE ORIGINAL ISSUANCE OF THE NOTE
EVIDENCED HEREBY RESELL OR OTHERWISE TRANSFER THE NOTE EVIDENCED HEREBY
EXCEPT (A) TO FM 1993A CORP. (THE   "ISSUER"), (B) INSIDE THE UNITED STATES
TO A QUALIFIED INSTITUTIONAL BUYER IN COMPLIANCE WITH RULE 144A UNDER THE
SECURITIES ACT, (C) INSIDE THE UNITED STATES TO AN ACCREDITED INVESTOR THAT,
PRIOR TO SUCH TRANSFER, FURNISHES TO THE ISSUER AND STATE STREET BANK AND
TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE (THE "TRUSTEE"), A SIGNED LETTER CONTAINING CERTAIN
REPRESENTATIONS AND AGREEMENTS RELATING TO THE RESTRICTIONS ON TRANSFER OF
THE NOTE EVIDENCED HEREBY (SUBSTANTIALLY IN THE FORM ATTACHED AS EXHIBIT B TO
THE NOTE PURCHASE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE



Exhibit A-2
FORM OF AMENDED GLOBAL NOTE

ISSUER AND THE ORIGINAL HOLDER, A COPY OF WHICH MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE
TRUSTEE), (D) OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES IN COMPLIANCE WITH RULE 904 UNDER THE
SECURITIES ACT OR (E) PURSUANT TO THE EXEMPTION FROM REGISTRATION PROVIDED BY
RULE 144 UNDER THE SECURITIES ACT (IF AVAILABLE).  IN CONNECTION WITH ANY
TRANSFER OF THE NOTE EVIDENCED HEREBY WITHIN THREE YEARS AFTER THE ORIGINAL
ISSUANCE OF SUCH NOTE, THE HOLDER MUST CHECK THE APPROPRIATE BOX SET FORTH ON
THE ATTACHED TRANSFER CERTIFICATE RELATING TO THE MANNER OF SUCH TRANSFER AND
SUBMIT SUCH CERTIFICATE TO THE TRUSTEE.  IF THE PROPOSED TRANSFEREE IS AN
ACCREDITED INVESTOR OR A PURCHASER WHO IS NOT A U.S. PERSON, THE HOLDER MUST,
PRIOR TO SUCH TRANSFER, FURNISH TO THE TRUSTEE, SUCH CERTIFICATIONS, LEGAL
OPINIONS OR OTHER INFORMATION AS REQUIRED PURSUANT TO THE ATTACHED TRANSFER
CERTIFICATE OR PURSUANT TO THE INDENTURE, DATED AS OF DECEMBER 15, 1993,
BETWEEN SUCH TRUSTEE AND THE ISSUER, TO CONFIRM THAT SUCH TRANSFER IS BEING
MADE PURSUANT TO AN EXEMPTION FROM, OR IN A TRANSACTION NOT SUBJECT TO, THE
REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS OF THE SECURITIES ACT.  THIS LEGEND WILL BE VOID
AFTER THE

          EXPIRATION OF THREE YEARS FROM THE ORIGINAL ISSUANCE OF THE NOTE
EVIDENCED HEREBY.  AS USED HEREIN, THE TERMS "OFFSHORE TRANSACTION," "UNITED
STATES" AND "U.S. PERSON" HAVE THE MEANINGS GIVEN TO THEM BY REGULATION S
UNDER THE SECURITIES ACT.

          PRINCIPAL OF THIS NOTE IS PAYABLE AS SET FORTH IN THE INDENTURE AND
HEREIN.  THE OUTSTANDING PRINCIPAL OF THIS NOTE AT ANY TIME MAY BE LESS THAN
THE AMOUNT SHOWN ON THE FACE HEREOF. ANY PERSON ACQUIRING THIS NOTE MAY
ASCERTAIN ITS CURRENT PRINCIPAL AMOUNT BY INQUIRY TO THE TRUSTEE.

          THE HOLDER AGREES THAT IT WILL DELIVER TO EACH PERSON TO WHOM THE
NOTE EVIDENCED HEREBY IS PROPOSED TO BE TRANSFERRED A NOTICE SUBSTANTIALLY TO
THE EFFECT OF THE FOREGOING LEGENDS.

          FM 1993A Corp., a Delaware corporation (together with its permitted
successors and assigns, the "Issuer"), for value received, hereby promises to
pay to CEDE & CO. or registered assigns, the principal sum of
_________________ DOLLARS ($_____________), with interest thereon at the rate
of Nine and 75/100th percent (9.75%) per annum (the "Interest Rate") unless
otherwise specified below, in lawful money of the United States of America,
on the terms provided below.

          1.   Payments and Deposits.

          (a)  Payments Due under this Note.  Payments under this promissory
note (this "Note") shall be made as follows:

              (i)   Commencing on the first Business Day (as defined below)
     of July, 1994, and on the first Business Day of each and every January
     and July thereafter, to and including, the first Business Day of July,
     2003 (each such date is referred to herein as an "Installment Payment



                              Exhibit A-2, Page 2

Exhibit A-2
FORM OF AMENDED GLOBAL NOTE

     Date"), there shall be due and payable semi-annual installment payments
     (each, an "Installment Payment") consisting of all accrued interest on
     the outstanding principal balance of this Note for the Interest Accrual
     Period (as defined below) immediately preceding such Installment Payment
     Date;

             (ii)   On the first Business Day of January, 2003, in addition
     to the Installment Payment due on such date under subsection (i) above,
     there shall be due and payable an amount (the "Initial Bullet Payment")
     sufficient to reduce the outstanding principal balance of this Note,
     after application of any prepayments of principal on account of Early
     Terminations (as defined below) theretofor consummated pursuant to
     Section 5 below, to an amount equal to fifty percent (50%) of the
     original principal balance of this Note; and

            (iii)   On November 1, 2003 (the "Maturity Date"), there shall be
     due and payable (A) the entire unpaid principal balance under this Note;
     plus (B) all accrued and unpaid interest on this Note for the Interest
     Accrual Period immediately preceding the Maturity Date (collectively,
     the sums described in clauses (A) and (B) hereof are referred to as the
     "Final Bullet Payment"); plus (C) all other sums evidenced by this Note.

          (b)  Deposits Due under the Notes.  In addition to the payments due
under Section 1(a), Issuer shall make the following deposits with respect to
all the Notes (as hereinafter defined):

              (i)   On each Installment Payment Date up to and including the
     first Business Day of January, 2003, a deposit (each, a "Sinking Fund
     Payment") in an amount equal to the aggregate Unit Sinking Fund Payments
     as described on Schedule 1 attached hereto for all Units (as defined
     below) minus two (2) times the Unit Sinking Fund Payments for those
     Units as to which an Early Termination shall have been consummated prior
     to such Installment Payment Date; each Sinking Fund Payment shall be
     deposited into the Sinking Fund Account established pursuant to
     Section 9.2(b) of the Indenture (as defined below); and

             (ii)   On each and every Installment Payment Date and on the
     Maturity Date, a deposit (the "Indenture Expense Deposit") in an amount
     equal to TWENTY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($25,000.00) to be deposited into
     the Administrative Expenses Account pursuant to Section 9.6(b) of the
     Indenture; and

            (iii)   On the first Business Day of January, 2003, a deposit
     (each such deposit and any deposit made pursuant to Section 5(a)(ii)
     below being referred to herein as a "Equity Collection


                              Exhibit A-2, Page 3

Exhibit A-2
FORM OF AMENDED GLOBAL NOTE

     Account Deposit") into the Equity Collection Account (as defined in
     the Indenture) in accordance with the Indenture and the Deposit Accounts
     Security Agreements (as defined below) in an amount equal to the
     difference between (A) the sum of the Special Sinker Rent and the
     Purchase Price (each as defined in the Leases described below) payable
     to either CRC-I or CRC-II (each as defined below) for all Units as to
     which Foodmaker (as defined below) has exercised the Year Nine Option
     (as defined in the Leases) and for all Year Nine Units (as so defined)
     and (B) the amount of the aggregated Initial Bullet Payments made on
     the Notes.

          (c)  Interest Method.  Interest shall be calculated on the basis of
a three hundred sixty (360) day year consisting of twelve (12) thirty (30)
day months, and the actual number of days elapsed.

          (d)  Time for Payments.  All payments due hereunder must be paid by
10:00 a.m. New York Time.

          (e)  Business Day.  As used herein, "Business Day" shall mean a day
other than a Saturday, Sunday, or a day on which Banks in New York, New York
or the city where the Corporate Trust Office of the Trustee is located, are
authorized or obligated to close their regular banking business.

          (f)  Interest Accrual Period.  As used herein, "Interest Accrual
Period" shall mean (i) with respect to the initial Interest Accrual Period,
the period from the Closing Date (as defined in the Indenture) to and
including June 30, 1994, (ii) for the period from July 1, 1994 through June
30, 2003, the six (6) month period commencing on the first day of each
January and July to and including the last day of the following June and
December, respectively, and (iii) a final period from July 1, 2003, through
but not including the Maturity Date.

          (g)  No Credits for Deposits.  Issuer shall receive no credit
against any sums of interest and principal due under this Note for any
Sinking Fund Payment or Indenture Expense Deposit paid pursuant to this
Section 1 and Section 5 below (except to the extent Sinking Fund Payments are
applied to the Initial Bullet Payment in accordance with the provisions of
Section 9.2(b) of the Indenture) or for any sums deposited in the Equity
Collection Account pursuant to this Section 1 and Section 5 below unless and
until such sums are applied to the obligations due hereunder in accordance
with the terms of the Deposit Accounts Security Agreements and the Indenture.
Payments received by the Trustee (as hereinafter defined) from Foodmaker,
Inc., a Delaware corporation ("Foodmaker") under the Master Lease, dated as
of December 15, 1993 between Foodmaker and CRC-I Limited Partnership, a
Massachusetts limited partnership ("CRC-I") or under the Master Lease, dated
as of December 15, 1993, between Foodmaker and CRC-II Limited Partnership, a
Massachusetts limited partnership ("CRC-II;" CRC-I and CRC-II, together, the



                              Exhibit A-2, Page 4

Exhibit A-2
FORM OF AMENDED GLOBAL NOTE

"Borrowers") (such Master Leases being collectively referred to herein as the
"Leases") on account of Basic Rent, Special Rent, Special Sinker Rent and
Purchase Price (as those terms are defined in the Leases) and/or received
from CRC-I and CRC-II pursuant to the CRC Notes (as defined in the Indenture)
shall be applied to this Note in accordance with the terms of the Indenture
and shall satisfy Issuer's payment obligations under this Note to the extent
of such payments so applied.

          2.   Global Form; This Note Issued Under Indenture.  This Note is
one of a duly authorized issue of Notes of the Issuer designated as its 9.75%
Senior Secured Notes due November 1, 2003 (herein called the "Notes"), issued
and to be issued under that certain indenture, dated as of December 15, 1993
(herein, together with all amendments and supplements thereto, called the
"Indenture"), between the Issuer CRC-I, CRC-II and State Street Bank and
Trust Company, in its capacity as trustee (the "Trustee," which term includes
any successor trustee under the Indenture), to which Indenture reference is
hereby made for a statement of the respective rights thereunder of the
Issuer, the Trustee, CRC-I, CRC-II and the Holders of the Notes and the terms
upon which the Notes are, and are to be, authenticated and delivered and this
reference incorporates the Indenture herein, and by acceptance hereof, the
Holder of this Note assents to all of the terms and conditions of the
Indenture.  The Notes are obligations of the Issuer, guaranteed by the
Borrowers, limited to, together with all other 9.75% Senior Secured Notes
issued under the Indenture, $70,000,000 in aggregate principal amount.
Capitalized terms used in this Note that are not defined herein shall have
the meanings assigned to them in the Indenture.

          All payments of principal and interest and other sums due on the
Notes shall be allocated on a pro rata basis among such Notes, without
preference or priority of any kind, and shall be made in accordance with the
priority of distributions set forth in the Indenture.

          The aggregate amount of Outstanding Notes represented by this note
in global form may from time to time be reduced or increased to reflect
exchanges for Definitive Notes, transfers of interests herein, prepayments
hereof on the Schedule of Changes to Principal Amount attached hereto.

          The principal of and premium (if any) and interest on this Note
(except defaulted interest) are payable to the Person in whose name this Note
(or one or more predecessor Notes) is registered at the close of business on
the last day (whether or not a Business Day) of the month preceding the month
in which the applicable Payment Date occurs (with respect to such Payment
Date, the "Regular Record Date"), notwithstanding any subsequent transfers
between such Regular Record Date and such Payment Date.  Payment of principal
of and premium (if any) and interest on this Note shall be made in accordance
with the Indenture.


                              Exhibit A-2, Page 5

Exhibit A-2
FORM OF AMENDED GLOBAL NOTE

          3.   Interest Upon Default.  Notwithstanding anything to the
contrary set forth herein, Issuer shall pay to the Holder of this Note as of
a special record date, interest at a rate per annum (the "Overdue Rate")
equal to the Interest Rate plus three percent (3%) per annum, but in no event
greater than the maximum rate of interest permitted to be contracted for
under the laws of the State of New York, with respect to (A) all overdue
Installment Payments, Sinking Fund Payments, Indenture Expense Deposits, the
Initial Bullet Payment and all Equity Collection Account Deposits, each from
the due date thereof until paid in full, (B) the Final Bullet Payment and the
final Indenture Expense Deposit due on the Maturity Date, from the Maturity
Date until paid in full, (C) the entire outstanding principal balance of the
Note and all accrued and unpaid interest upon acceleration of this Note under
Section 7 below, from the date of such acceleration until paid in full,
(D) all unpaid Prepayment Premiums (as defined below) payable due to an Early
Termination hereunder, from the date of such Early Termination until paid in
full, and (E) all other overdue amounts payable hereunder, from the date such
amounts became due until paid in full.  The Issuer shall fix any such special
record date and payment date.  At least 15 days before any such special
record date, the Issuer shall mail to Holders of the Notes a notice that
states the record date, payment date and amount of such interest to be paid.
The Overdue Rate shall be in lieu of any other interest rate otherwise
applicable and shall commence without notice and shall be payable upon
demand.

          4.   Limitation on Interest.  Anything herein to the contrary
notwithstanding, the amount of interest payable or paid on this Note shall be
limited to an amount that shall not exceed the maximum nonusurious rate of
interest allowed by the applicable laws of the United States and the State of
New York, that could lawfully be contracted for, charged, or received.  In
the event any payment of interest is made in violation of this provision, the
parties hereto stipulate, that such excess amount shall be deemed to have
been paid as a result of an error on the part of Issuer, and if the Trustee
receives such excess payment on behalf of the Holders of the Notes, the
Trustee shall promptly, upon discovery of such error or upon notice thereof
from Issuer, apply the excess to the payment of principal of this Note, if
any, remaining unpaid.  In addition, all sums, which must be treated as
interest, paid or agreed to be paid to Trustee on behalf of the Holders of
the Notes for the use, forbearance or detention of money shall, to the extent
permitted by applicable law, be amortized, prorated, allocated, and spread
throughout the full term of the Note.

          5.   Early Termination.

          (a)  Terminated Units.  In the event that Foodmaker shall, pursuant
to the terms of Article 37 of the Leases, elect to effect an Early
Termination (as defined in the Leases) of any Unit (as defined in the CRC
Note) at any time on or after the


                              Exhibit A-2, Page 6

Exhibit A-2
FORM OF AMENDED GLOBAL NOTE

first Business Day of January, 1999, or exercises its Year Nine Option or
makes the Year Nine Offer (as defined in the Leases) as to one or more Units 
(any such Unit being referred to herein as a "Terminated Unit"), Issuer shall
notify the Trustee immediately upon receipt of notice of such Early
Termination election, exercise of the Year Nine Option or making of the Year
Nine Offer, from CRC-I, CRC-II or Foodmaker and shall prepay the Notes on the
applicable Eligible Termination Date (as defined in the CRC Notes) by (i)
paying to the Holders of the Notes an Early Termination Payment, as defined
below, for such Terminated Unit and (ii) depositing into the Equity
Collection Account in accordance with the Deposit Accounts Security
Agreements and the Indenture the difference between (A) the sum of the
Special Sinker Rent, if any, and the Purchase Price (as defined in the
Leases) for such Terminated Unit, and (B) the Early Termination Payment paid
for such Terminated Unit.

          (b)  Early Termination Payment.  For each such Terminated Unit, the
"Early Termination Payment" shall be equal to (i) the Allocated Principal
Balance (as defined below) for such Terminated Unit, plus (ii) a premium (the
"Prepayment Premium") equal to such Allocated Principal Balance multiplied by
the percentage set forth in the table below for the applicable period during
which such Early Termination or Purchase pursuant to the Year Nine Option or
Year Nine Offer occurs:

             Prepayment Date

            (Dates Inclusive)                Percentage:

January 1, 1999 through December 31, 1999       5.00%
January 1, 2000 through December 31, 2000       3.75%
January 1, 2001 through December 31, 2001       2.50%
January 1, 2002 through December 31, 2002       1.25%
January 1, 2003 through November 1, 2003          0%

          (c)  Allocated Principal Balance.  For purposes of this Section 5,
the "Allocated Principal Balance" of a Terminated Unit shall be equal to the
amount so allocated to such Terminated Unit on Schedule 1 attached hereto.

          (d)  Application to Principal Balance.  Any prepayment resulting
from an Early Termination made by Issuer pursuant to this Section 5 shall
reduce the outstanding principal balance of this Note by an amount equal to
the Allocated Principal Balance.

          (e)  Costs Incurred in Reliance Upon Early Termination Notice.
Issuer understands that Holder may incur costs, expenses and commitments,
suffer losses, and/or make payments in reliance upon Holder's receipt of a
written notice of an Early Termination.  If all conditions for such Early
Termination as specified in the applicable CRC Lease, the CRC Notes and the
Indenture are not satisfied on or prior to the date as specified in such
notice and as required hereunder, then, upon demand by


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Exhibit A-2
FORM OF AMENDED GLOBAL NOTE

Holder, Issuer shall pay or reimburse Holder for all such costs, expenses,
losses and payments.

          6.   Default Prepayment; Concerning the Prepayment Premium.

          (a)  Prohibited Prepayments.  Issuer further agrees that should:
(i) any Event of Default occur, and (ii) the maturity hereof be accelerated,
then a tender of payment by Issuer, or by any entity related to, or
affiliated with, Issuer or by anyone on behalf of Issuer, of the amount
necessary to satisfy all or any sums due under the Mortgage Note Documents
(including, without limitation, any sums due on any judgment rendered in any
foreclosure action) made at any time prior to, during, or after, a judicial
foreclosure or a sale pursuant to the exercise of a power of sale of the
Trust Estate (as defined in the Indenture), shall constitute an evasion of
the payment terms hereof and shall be deemed to be a prohibited prepayment
hereunder.

          (b)  Prepayment Premium.  Issuer acknowledges that the Holder of
this Note has relied upon the anticipated investment return under this Note
in entering into transactions with, and in making commitments to, third
parties; therefore, the tender of any prohibited prepayment, shall, to the
extent not prohibited by law, include a prepayment premium equal to (i) an
amount equal to ten percent (10%) of the outstanding principal balance hereof
immediately prior to such prohibited prepayment if such prohibited prepayment
occurs prior to January 1, 1999, or (ii) an amount equal to such outstanding
principal balance multiplied by the percentage specified in the table set
forth below if such prohibited prepayment occurs during the periods specified
below:

             Prepayment Date

            (Dates Inclusive)                Percentage:

January 1, 1999 through December 31, 1999       5.00%
January 1, 2000 through December 31, 2000       3.75%
January 1, 2001 through December 31, 2001       2.50%
January 1, 2002 through December 31, 2002       1.25%
January 1, 2003 through November 1, 2003          0%

          Nothing herein contained shall constitute an agreement on the part
of the Holder of this Note to accept any prepayment, other than as expressly
provided in Section 5 of this Note.

          (c)  Reasonable Compensation.  Issuer agrees that such prepayment
premium represents the reasonable estimate of the Holder of this Note and
Issuer of a fair average compensation for the loss that may be sustained by
the Holder of this Note due to the prepayment of the indebtedness evidenced
by this Note.  Such prepayment premium shall be paid without prejudice to the
right of the Holder of this Note to collect any other amounts provided


                              Exhibit A-2, Page 8

Exhibit A-2
FORM OF AMENDED GLOBAL NOTE

to be paid under the Indenture.  The Trustee shall be entitled to bid all or
a portion of such prepayment premium payable hereunder at any foreclosure
sale of the Trust Estate.

          (d)  Adequate Consideration.  Issuer acknowledges that its
agreement to the prepayment provisions provided for herein is a material
inducement to the agreement of the Holder of this Note to purchase this Note,
that its agreement is supported by adequate consideration, and that Holder
would not agree to purchase this Note without Issuer's agreement to pay the
prepayment premiums provided herein.  Issuer and the Holder of this Note
intend that the terms of Sections 5 and 6 be held enforceable to the extent
not prohibited by law.  Without limiting the generality hereof, in the event
that a court of competent jurisdiction should determine that one or more of
the terms of Sections 5 or 6 are overbroad, and in consequence thereof, void,
then Issuer and the Holder of this Note intend that the terms of such
Sections be construed so that the void provisions herein be read to the
broadest extent possible without being construed as void.

Name of person initialing:  Charles Duddles, Initials:___
                            President

          7.   Event of Default; Acceleration.  The following constitute, in
summary form, Events of Default under the Indenture:  (a) failure to pay
principal of or interest on the Notes or to make any deposit required to be
made to the Sinking Fund Account or the Administrative Expenses Account, when
due; (b) a material misrepresentation which remains uncured 30 days after
notice thereof, with a reasonable and necessary extension during diligent
pursuit of a cure for those misrepresentations which by their nature cannot
be cured within 30 days; (c) bankruptcy events with respect to the Issuer,
CRC-I, CRC-II, Foodmaker or any General Partner which are not dismissed
within the applicable cure periods; (d) the occurrence and continuance of any
CRC Lease Event of Default or Mortgage Event of Default; and (e) other
customary defaults.  If an Event of Default shall occur and be continuing,
this Note may become or be declared due and payable in the manner and with
the effect provided in the Indenture.

          If an Event of Default occurs and is continuing, the Majority
Noteholders may declare an acceleration of maturity of the Notes or, in some
circumstances described in the Indenture, the Notes shall be accelerated
without any action on the part of the Majority Noteholders, and the Majority
Noteholders may direct the Trustee to exercise any remedies available under
the Indenture with respect thereto including, without limitation, the sale of
all or any portion of the Trust Estate.  So long as an Event of Default has
occurred and is continuing and no declaration of acceleration has occurred,
the Trustee shall retain the Trust Estate intact and permit payments of
principal of and premium (if any) and interest on the Notes to be made in



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Exhibit A-2
FORM OF AMENDED GLOBAL NOTE

accordance with the terms of the Indenture.  Any such election may be
rescinded by the Majority Noteholders in accordance with the terms of the
Indenture.

          The remedies of the Holder hereof or of the Trustee as provided
herein, or in the Indenture, shall be cumulative and concurrent.  No failure
on the part of Holder or of the Trustee in exercising any right or remedy
hereunder shall operate as a waiver or release thereof, nor shall any single
or partial exercise of any such right or remedy preclude any other further
exercise thereof or the exercise of any other right or remedy hereunder.
Noteholders may not enforce the Indenture on the Notes except as provided in
the Indenture.  The Trustee may require reasonable indemnity before it
enforces the Indenture or the Notes.

          8.   Transfer of this Note.  This Note may not be sold or
transferred (including, without limitation, by pledge or hypothecation)
unless, prior to any sale or other transfer of this Note, (i) the Noteholder
delivers to the Note Registrar and the Issuer a Transfer Certificate, in the
form attached hereto, together with such other certifications, legal opinions
or other information required thereby, by the Indenture, or pursuant to the
terms of this Note, and (ii) the Noteholder's prospective transferee delivers
to the Note Registrar and the Issuer such letters as may be required by the
legends appearing on this Note.

          Subject to the preceding paragraph and subject to certain further
limitations set forth in the Indenture, the transfer of this Note may be
registered on the Note Register, upon surrender of this Note for registration
of transfer or exchange, and any documents required to be presented in
connection with such registration or exchange as provided in Section 2.6 of
the Indenture, at the agency designated by the Issuer pursuant to the
Indenture, duly endorsed by, or accompanied by a written instrument of
transfer, in form satisfactory to the Issuer and Trustee, duly executed by
the Holder hereof or its attorney, duly authorized in writing.  Thereupon,
the Issuer shall execute and the Trustee shall authenticate and deliver one
or more new Notes in any authorized denominations and in the same aggregate
initial principal amount to the designated transferee or transferees.

          Prior to the due presentment for registration of transfer of this
Note, the Issuer, the Trustee and any agent of the Issuer or the Trustee may
treat the person in whose name this Note is registered (i) on any Regular
Record Date, for purposes of making payments, and (ii) on any other date for
any other purpose, whether or not this Note be overdue, as the owner hereof,
and neither the Issuer, the Trustee nor any such agent shall be affected by
notice to the contrary.

          The Notes are issuable only in registered form in minimum
denominations of $50,000 and integral multiples of


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Exhibit A-2
FORM OF AMENDED GLOBAL NOTE

$50,000.  Subject to the restrictions on transfer set forth in the Indenture,
the Notes are exchangeable for a like aggregate initial principal amount of
notes of different authorized denominations, as requested by the Noteholder
surrendering the same.

          No service charge shall be made for any registration of transfer or
exchange of Notes, but the Issuer may require payment of a sum sufficient to
cover any tax or other governmental charge that may be imposed in connection
with any registration of transfer or exchange of Notes.

          The Note Registrar shall not be required to register any transfer
or effect any exchange of any Note fifteen (15) days prior to a Payment Date.

          9.   Modifications; Consents; Waivers.  The Indenture permits, with
certain exceptions as therein provided, the amendment thereof and the
modification of the rights and obligations of the Issuer and the rights of
the Holders of the Notes under the Indenture at any time by the Issuer and
the Trustee with the consent of the Majority Noteholders.  The Indenture also
contains provisions permitting the Majority Noteholders to waive compliance
by the Issuer with certain provisions of the Indenture and certain past
Events of Default under the Indenture and their consequences.  Any such
consent or waiver shall be conclusive and binding upon the Holder of this
Note and upon all future Holders of this Note and of any Note issued upon the
registration of transfer hereof or in exchange herefor, whether or not
notation of such consent or waiver is made upon this Note.  Without the
consent of all the Holders of each Outstanding Note no supplemental indenture
may, among other things, (i) change the Stated Maturity of the principal of,
or any installment of principal of or interest on, any Note, reduce or
increase the principal amount thereof or the rate of interest thereon or the
rights of the Noteholders to the benefit of any provisions relating to the
redemption of the Notes, change the provisions of the Indenture relating to
the application of proceeds of the Trust Estate to the payment of principal
or interest on the Notes, or change any place where, or the coin or currency
in which, any Note or the interest thereon is payable, or impair the right to
institute suit for the enforcement of any such payment on or after the
Maturity thereof, (ii) change the percentage in Aggregate Outstanding Amount
of Notes, the consent of the Holders of which is required for the execution
of any supplemental indenture, or the consent of the Holders of which is
required for any waiver of compliance with certain provisions of the
Indenture or certain defaults thereunder or their consequences provided in
the Indenture, (iii) impair or adversely affect or release any part of the
Trust Estate except as otherwise permitted in the Indenture, (iv) permit the
creation of any lien ranking prior to or on a parity with the lien of the
Indenture with respect to any part of the trust estate or terminate the lien
of the Indenture on any property at any time


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Exhibit A-2
FORM OF AMENDED GLOBAL NOTE

subject thereto or deprive any Noteholder of any security afforded by the
lien of the Indenture, (v) change the percentage of the Aggregate Outstanding
Amount, the consent of the Holders of Notes of which is required to direct
the Trustee to sell or liquidate the Trust Estate pursuant to Article Five of
the Indenture, (vi) modify any of the provisions of the Indenture with
respect to Sections 5.15, 7.18, 8.1 or 11.14 thereof, (vii) modify the
proviso to the definition of the term "Outstanding" in the Indenture or
modify the terms "Holder" and "Noteholder," (viii) modify any of the
provisions of the Indenture in such a manner as to affect the calculation of
the amount of any payment of interest or principal due on any Note, on any
Payment Date (including the calculation of any of the individual components
of such calculation), or (ix) cause the rating of the Notes to be downgraded
by the Rating Agencies.

          The Indenture also provides that the Issuer and the Trustee may
amend or supplement the Indenture or the Notes without the consent of or
notice to the Holders of Notes to, among other things, (i) provide for the
issuance of the New Notes to be exchanged for Old Notes pursuant to a
Registered Exchange Offer (as defined in the Registration Rights Agreement,
(ii) cure any ambiguity, defect or inconsistency, (iii) make any change that
does not materially and adversely affect the legal or other rights of any
Holder of Notes, (iv) evidence and provide for the acceptance of appointment
thereunder by a successor Trustee, or (v) comply with any requirements of the
Commission in connection with the qualification of the Indenture under the
Trust Indenture Act of 1939, and the rules and regulations promulgated
thereunder.  The Indenture further provides that the provision regarding the
withdrawal of funds from the Sinking Fund Account shall not be amended or
supplemented without the prior written consent of Foodmaker.

          10.  Waiver by Maker.  Issuer, and all endorsers, guarantors and
sureties of this Note, and each of them, hereby waive diligence, demand,
presentment for payment, notice of non-payment, protest, notice of dishonor
and notice of protest, notice of intent to accelerate and notice of
acceleration (except to the extent otherwise required by applicable law or
expressly required by any Mortgage Note Document) and specifically consent
to, and waive notice of, any renewals or extensions of this Note, whether
made to or in favor of Issuer or any other person or persons, and hereby
waive any defense by reason of extension of time for payment or other
indulgence granted by the Holder of this Note.

          11.  Governing Law.  This Note is to be construed and enforced in
all respects in accordance with the laws of the State of New York without
regard to principles of conflicts of laws.  Any legal action or proceeding
with respect to this Note may be instituted in the courts of the State of New
York, the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York,
or elsewhere, as the Majority Noteholders or Trustee may elect, and


                             Exhibit A-2, Page 12

Exhibit A-2
FORM OF AMENDED GLOBAL NOTE

by execution and delivery of this Note, Issuer irrevocably and
unconditionally submits to the jurisdiction of each such court, and
irrevocably and unconditionally waives (i) any objection it may now or
hereafter have to the laying of venue in any of such courts, (ii) any claim
that any action or proceeding brought in any of such courts has been brought
in an inconvenient forum, and (iii) any right, entitlement or privilege which
Issuer or its property might otherwise have not to be subject to such actions
or proceedings by reason of sovereign immunity or otherwise.  Issuer agrees
that so long as Issuer shall be obligated to the Holder of this Note or the
Trustee under any mortgage note document, Issuer shall maintain duly
appointed agents satisfactory to the Majority Noteholders and the trustee for
the service of process in New York and shall keep the Holder of this Note and
the Trustee advised in writing of the identification and location of such
agents.  The failure of such agents to give notice to issuer of any such
service shall not impair or affect the validity of such service or of any
judgment rendered in any action or proceeding based thereon.

          12.  Non-recourse.

          (a)  Subject to the provisions of this Section 12, the Holder of
this Note shall neither seek nor obtain judgment against Issuer or its
officers, directors, shareholders or employees for payment of principal or
interest or other sums under this Note, and the sole recourse of the Holder
of this Note against Issuer for any default in the payment of such principal
or interest or other sums shall be limited to the Trust Estate.

          (b)  The limitation on recourse set forth in this Section 12 shall
be deemed void as against the Issuer and shall have no force or effect as
against the Issuer if Issuer should attempt to materially delay any
foreclosure by the Trustee against the Trust Estate or if Issuer should claim
that any Note or the Indenture is invalid or unenforceable to an extent that
would preclude any such foreclosure.

          (c)  The limitation on recourse set forth in this Section 12 shall
not prejudice the rights of the Holder of this Note to:

              (i)   name Issuer as a party defendant in any action or
     proceeding subject to the limitations of this Section 12;

             (ii)   exercise remedies such as foreclosure against or sale of
     any of the Trust Estate, or obtaining the appointment of a receiver, or
     enforcement of the Assignment of Leases (as defined in the CRC
     Mortgages);

            (iii)   collect or recover all Rents, Profits and Proceeds and
     all Insurance and Condemnation Proceeds (in each case as defined in the
     CRC Mortgages).


                             Exhibit A-2, Page 13

Exhibit A-2
FORM OF AMENDED GLOBAL NOTE

          (d)  The limitation on recourse set forth in this Section 12 does
not affect the rights of the Trustee or any Noteholder to recover any
expenses, damages or costs, including attorneys' fees (including the
allocated costs for services of in-house counsel), which the Trustee or any
Noteholder may incur because of Issuer's fraud, willful misrepresentation,
waste, misappropriation of Rents, Profits and Proceeds or intentional damage
of or to any of the Trust Estate.

          (e)  Nothing contained in this Section 12 shall limit in any way
any liability or obligations of Foodmaker under the Leases or of CRC-I or CRC-
II under the Guaranties of even date herewith executed by CRC-I and CRC-II
guarantying Issuer's obligations under the Notes.

          (f)  Nothing contained in this Section 12 shall limit in any way
any liability or obligations of CRC-I, CRC-II or Foodmaker under Section 1.09
or 1.18 of the Mortgages; provided, however, that no partner in CRC-I or CRC-
II shall have personal liability for the repayment of the indebtedness
evidenced by the CRC Notes.

          (g)  Nothing contained in this Section 12 shall impair the validity
of any Note or the Indenture or any lien or security interest which it may
create or perfect.

          13.  Absolute and Unconditional Obligation.  No reference herein to
the Indenture and no provision of this Note or of the Indenture shall alter
or impair the obligation of the Issuer, which is absolute and unconditional,
to pay the principal of, and interest on, this Note at the times, place and
rate, and manner prescribed herein and in the Indenture.

          14.  Certificate of Authentication Required.  Unless the
certificate of authentication of this instrument has been manually executed
by the Trustee under the Indenture, this Note shall not be entitled to any
benefit under such Indenture, or be valid or obligatory for any purpose.

          15.  Payments from Accounts.  Payments made from the Collection
Account, the Sinking Fund Account and the Equity Collection Account
established pursuant to the Indenture shall be applied to the Notes in
accordance with the Indenture.

          16.  Abbreviations.  Customary abbreviations may be used in the
name of a Noteholder or an assignee, such as:  TEN CO = tenant in common, TEN
ENT = tenants by the entireties, JT TEN = joint tenants with right of
survivorship and not as tenants in common, CUST = Custodian, and U/G/M/A =
Uniform Gifts to Minors Act.


                             Exhibit A-2, Page 14

Exhibit A-2
FORM OF AMENDED GLOBAL NOTE

          Foodmaker shall furnish without charge to any Noteholder, upon the
written or oral request of such person, a copy of the Indenture.  Requests
may be made to:

               Foodmaker, Inc.
               Attn:  Corporate Communications
               9330 Balboa Avenue
               San Diego, California 92123
               (619) 571-2121

          IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Issuer has caused this instrument to be
duly executed.


                            FM 1993A CORP.,
                            a Delaware corporation,



                            By:__________________________________
                               Name:   Charles W. Duddles
                               Title:  President



                            CRC-I LIMITED PARTNERSHIP,
                            a Massachusetts limited partnership,

                            By:  CRC-I Corp., General Partner



                                By:______________________________
                                   Name:   Charles W. Duddles
                                    Title:  President



                            CRC-II LIMITED PARTNERSHIP,
                            a Massachusetts limited partnership,

                            By:  CRC-II Corp., General Partner



                                 By:_____________________________
                                    Name:   Charles W. Duddles
                                    Title:  President



                             Exhibit A-2, Page 15

Exhibit A-2
FORM OF AMENDED GLOBAL NOTE

                   TRUSTEE'S CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICATION


          This is one of the Notes described in the within-mentioned
Indenture.

                            STATE STREET BANK AND TRUST COMPANY,
                            as Trustee



                            By:__________________________________
                               Authorized Signatory



DATED:  ____________, 199__



                             Exhibit A-2, Page 16

Exhibit A-2
FORM OF AMENDED GLOBAL NOTE

                               ASSIGNMENT FORM


          FOR VALUE RECEIVED, the undersigned hereby assign(s) and
transfer(s) unto


               _______________________________________
               (PLEASE INSERT SOCIAL SECURITY OR OTHER
               IDENTIFYING NUMBER OF ASSIGNEE)

___________________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________
(Print or typewrite name and address including postal zip code of assignee)


the within Note and all rights thereunder, and hereby irrevocably appoints
__________________________ attorney-in-fact, with full power of substitution,
to transfer said Note on the books of the Issuer.


Dated: ___________


                     Signature:_____________________________________________
                               NOTICE:  The name on this assignment must
                                        correspond with the name as written
                                        upon the first page of the written
                                        instrument in every particular,
                                        without alteration or enlargement, or
                                        any change whatever.



Signature Guarantee:_______________________


                             Exhibit A-2, Page 17

Exhibit A-2
FORM OF AMENDED GLOBAL NOTE

                            TRANSFER CERTIFICATE


          The undersigned, ________________________, hereby certifies, in
connection with a proposed transfer of all or a portion of the privately
placed 9.75% Senior Secured Note due November 1, 2003 (the "Note") of FM
1993A Corp. (the "Issuer") owned of record by the undersigned to
________________________ (the "Prospective Transferee"), the following
(please check the appropriate item):

            __(a)   The Note is being sold to the Issuer or any subsidiary
thereof.

            __(b)   The Note is being sold to a qualified institutional buyer
in compliance with Rule 144A under the Securities Act (as defined in the
Note).

            __(c)   The Note is being sold to an accredited investor, as
defined in Rule 501(a)(1), (2), (3) or (7) under the Securities Act (in which
case, prior to such transfer we will furnish to the Trustee a letter signed
by the Prospective Transferee containing certain representations and
agreements relating to the restrictions on transfer of the Note,
substantially in the form attached as Exhibit B to the Note Purchase
Agreement between the Issuer and the original Holder of the Note, the form of
which letter can be obtained from the Trustee).

            __(d)   The Note is being sold outside the United States in
compliance with Rule 903 or Rule 904 under the Securities Act.

            __(e)   The Note is being sold by us pursuant to Rule 144 under
the Securities Act.

            __(f)   The Note is being sold pursuant to an effective
registration statement under the Securities Act.

            __(g)   The Note is being sold in accordance with another
exemption from the registration requirements of the Securities Act.

          If item (c) or (g) has been checked, or if the proposed transferee
is not a U.S. person (as defined in Regulation S under the Securities Act)
the undersigned further agrees that it will, prior to such transfer, furnish
to the Issuer and the Trustee such certifications, legal opinions or other
information as required by the Issuer and the Trustee to confirm that the
proposed transfer is being made pursuant to an exemption from, or that such
transfer is not subject to, the registration requirements of the Securities
Act.


                             Exhibit A-2, Page 18

Exhibit A-2
FORM OF AMENDED GLOBAL NOTE

          IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned has executed this certificate
on ____________________.


          [NAME OF HOLDER]



          By:______________________



                             Exhibit A-2, Page 19

Exhibit A-2
FORM OF AMENDED GLOBAL NOTE

                   SCHEDULE OF CHANGES TO PRINCIPAL AMOUNT













                             Exhibit A-2, Page 20



                                  Exhibit A-3

                            FORM OF DEFINITIVE NOTE

                                FM 1993A CORP.

                      SERIES B 9.75% SENIOR SECURED NOTES

                            DUE NOVEMBER 1, 2003


No. _________________   CUSIP:  302506 AC 4

$____________________

          FM 1993A Corp., a Delaware corporation (together with its permitted
successors and assigns, the "Issuer"), for value received, hereby promises to
pay to ______________________ or registered assigns, the principal sum of
_________________ DOLLARS ($_____________), with interest thereon at the rate
of Nine and 75/100th percent (9.75%) per annum (the "Interest Rate") unless
otherwise specified below, in lawful money of the United States of America,
on the terms provided below.

          1.   Payments and Deposits.

          (a)  Payments Due under this Note.  Payments under this promissory
note (this "Note") shall be made as follows:

              (i)   Commencing on the first Business Day (as defined below)
     of January, 1995, and on the first Business Day of each and every
     January and July thereafter, to and including, the first Business Day of
     July, 2003 (each such date is referred to herein as an "Installment
     Payment Date"), there shall be due and payable semi-annual installment
     payments (each, an "Installment Payment") consisting of all accrued
     interest on the outstanding principal balance of this Note for the
     Interest Accrual Period (as defined below) immediately preceding such
     Installment Payment Date;

             (ii)   On the first Business Day of January, 2003, in addition
     to the Installment Payment due on such date under subsection (i) above,
     there shall be due and payable an amount (the "Initial Bullet Payment")
     sufficient to reduce the outstanding principal balance of this Note,
     after application of any prepayments of principal on account of Early
     Terminations (as defined below) theretofor consummated pursuant to
     Section 5 below, to an amount equal to fifty percent (50%) of the
     original principal balance of this Note; and

            (iii)   On November 1, 2003 (the "Maturity Date"), there shall be
     due and payable (A) the entire unpaid




Exhibit A-3
FORM OF DEFINITIVE NOTE

     principal balance under this Note; plus (B) all accrued and unpaid
     interest on this Note for the Interest Accrual Period immediately
     preceding the Maturity Date (collectively, the sums described in
     clauses (A) and (B) hereof are referred to as the "Final Bullet Payment");
     plus (C) all other sums evidenced by this Note.

          (b)  Deposits Due under the Notes.  In addition to the payments due
under Section 1(a), Issuer shall make the following deposits with respect to
all the Notes (as hereinafter defined):

              (i)   On each Installment Payment Date up to and including the
     first Business Day of January, 2003, a deposit (each, a "Sinking Fund
     Payment") in an amount equal to the aggregate Unit Sinking Fund Payments
     as described on Schedule 1 attached hereto for all Units (as defined
     below) minus two (2) times the Unit Sinking Fund Payments for those
     Units as to which an Early Termination shall have been consummated prior
     to such Installment Payment Date; each Sinking Fund Payment shall be
     deposited into the Sinking Fund Account established pursuant to
     Section 9.2(b) of the Indenture (as defined below);

             (ii)   On each and every Installment Payment Date and on the
     Maturity Date, a deposit (the "Indenture Expense Deposit") in an amount
     equal to TWENTY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($25,000.00) to be deposited into
     the Administrative Expenses Account pursuant to Section 9.6(b) of the
     Indenture; and

            (iii)   On the first Business Day of January, 2003, a deposit
     (each such deposit and any deposit made pursuant to Section 5(a)(ii)
     below being referred to herein as a "Equity Collection Account Deposit")
     into the Equity Collection Account (as defined in the Indenture) in
     accordance with the Indenture and the Deposit Accounts Security
     Agreements (as defined below) in an amount equal to the difference
     between (A) the sum of the Special Sinker Rent and the Purchase Price
     (each as defined in the Leases described below) payable to either CRC-I
     or CRC-II (each as defined below) for all Units as to which Foodmaker
     (as defined below) has exercised the Year Nine Option (as defined in the
     Leases) and for all Year Nine Units (as so defined) and (B) the amount
     of the aggregated Initial Bullet Payments made on the Notes.

          (c)  Interest Method.  Interest shall be calculated on the basis of
a three hundred sixty (360) day year consisting of twelve (12) thirty (30)
day months, and the actual number of days elapsed.

          (d)  Time for Payments.  All payments due hereunder must be paid by
10:00 a.m. New York Time.


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          (e)  Business Day.  As used herein, "Business Day" shall mean a day
other than a Saturday, Sunday, or a day on which Banks in New York, New York
or the city where the Corporate Trust Office of the Trustee is located, are
authorized or obligated to close their regular banking business.

          (f)  Interest Accrual Period.  As used herein, "Interest Accrual
Period" shall mean (i) for the period from July 1, 1994 through June 30,
2003, the six (6) month period commencing on the first day of each January
and July to and including the last day of the following June and December,
respectively, and (ii) a final period from July 1, 2003, through but not
including the Maturity Date.

          (g)  No Credits for Deposits.  Issuer shall receive no credit
against any sums of interest and principal due under this Note for any
Sinking Fund Payment or Indenture Expense Deposit paid pursuant to this
Section 1 and Section 5 below (except to the extent Sinking Fund Payments are
applied to the Initial Bullet Payment in accordance with the provisions of
Section 9.2(b) of the Indenture) or for any sums deposited in the Equity
Collection Account pursuant to this Section 1 and Section 5 below unless and
until such sums are applied to the obligations due hereunder in accordance
with the terms of the Deposit Accounts Security Agreements and the Indenture.
Payments received by the Trustee (as hereinafter defined) from Foodmaker,
Inc., a Delaware corporation ("Foodmaker") under the Master Lease, dated as
of December 15, 1993 between Foodmaker and CRC-I Limited Partnership, a
Massachusetts limited partnership ("CRC-I") or under the Master Lease, dated
as of December 15, 1993, between Foodmaker and CRC-II Limited Partnership, a
Massachusetts limited partnership ("CRC-II;" CRC-I and CRC-II, together, the
"Borrowers") (such Master Leases being collectively referred to herein as the
"Leases") on account of Basic Rent, Special Rent, Special Sinker Rent and
Purchase Price (as those terms are defined in the Leases) and/or received
from CRC-I and CRC-II pursuant to the CRC Notes (as defined in the Indenture)
shall be applied to this Note in accordance with the terms of the Indenture
and shall satisfy Issuer's payment obligations under this Note to the extent
of such payments so applied.

          2.   This Note Issued under the Indenture.  This Note is one of a
duly authorized issue of Notes of the Issuer designated as its Series B 9.75%
Senior Secured Notes due November 1, 2003 (herein called the "Notes"), issued
and to be issued under that certain Indenture, dated as of December 15, 1993
(herein, together with all amendments and supplements thereto, called the
"Indenture"), between the Issuer, CRC-I, CRC-II and State Street Bank and
Trust Company, in its capacity as trustee (the "Trustee," which term includes
any successor trustee under the Indenture), to which Indenture reference is
hereby made for a statement of the respective rights thereunder of the
Issuer, CRC-I, CRC-II, the Trustee and the Holders of the Notes and the terms
upon which the Notes are, and are to be,


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authenticated and delivered and this reference incorporates the Indenture
herein, and by acceptance hereof, the Holder of this Note assents to all of
the terms and conditions of the Indenture and those made part of the
Indenture by reference to the Trust Indenture Act of 1939 (15 U.S. Code 
77aaa-77bbbb) as in effect on the date of the Indenture.  The Notes are
obligations of the Issuer, guaranteed by the Borrowers, limited to, together
with all other 9.75% Senior Secured Notes issued under the Indenture,
$70,000,000 in aggregate principal amount. Capitalized terms used in this
Note that are not defined herein shall have the meanings assigned to them in
the Indenture.

          All payments of principal and interest and other sums due on the
Notes shall be allocated on a pro rata basis among such Notes, without
preference or priority of any kind, and shall be made in accordance with the
priority of distributions set forth in the Indenture.

          The principal of and premium (if any) and interest on this Note
(except defaulted interest) are payable to the Person in whose name this Note
(or one or more predecessor Notes) is registered at the close of business on
the last day (whether or not a Business Day) of the month preceding the month
in which the applicable Payment Date occurs (with respect to such Payment
Date, the "Regular Record Date"), notwithstanding any subsequent transfers
between such Regular Record Date and such Payment Date.  Payment of principal
of and premium (if any) and interest on this Note shall be made in accordance
with the Indenture.

          3.   Interest Upon Default.  Notwithstanding anything to the
contrary set forth herein, Issuer shall pay to the Holder of this Note as of
a special record date, interest at a rate per annum (the "Overdue Rate")
equal to the Interest Rate plus three percent (3%) per annum, but in no event
greater than the maximum rate of interest permitted to be contracted for
under the laws of the State of New York, with respect to (A) all overdue
Installment Payments, Sinking Fund Payments, Indenture Expense Deposits, the
Initial Bullet Payment and all Equity Collection Account Deposits, each from
the due date thereof until paid in full, (B) the Final Bullet Payment and the
final Indenture Expense Deposit due on the Maturity Date, from the Maturity
Date until paid in full, (C) the entire outstanding principal balance of the
Note and all accrued and unpaid interest upon acceleration of this Note under
Section 7 below, from the date of such acceleration until paid in full,
(D) all unpaid Prepayment Premiums (as defined below) payable due to an Early
Termination hereunder, from the date of such Early Termination until paid in
full, and (E) all other overdue amounts payable hereunder, from the date such
amounts became due until paid in full.  The Issuer shall fix any such special
record date and payment date.  At least 15 days before any such special
record date, the Issuer shall mail to Holders of the Notes a notice that
states the record date, payment date and amount of such interest to be paid.
The Overdue Rate shall be in lieu of any other interest rate


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otherwise applicable and shall commence without notice and shall be payable
upon demand.

          4.   Limitation on Interest.  Anything herein to the contrary
notwithstanding, the amount of interest payable or paid on this Note shall be
limited to an amount that shall not exceed the maximum nonusurious rate of
interest allowed by the applicable laws of the United States and the State of
New York, that could lawfully be contracted for, charged, or received.  In
the event any payment of interest is made in violation of this provision, the
parties hereto stipulate, that such excess amount shall be deemed to have
been paid as a result of an error on the part of Issuer, and if the Trustee
receives such excess payment on behalf of the Holders of the Notes, the
Trustee shall promptly, upon discovery of such error or upon notice thereof
from Issuer, apply the excess to the payment of principal of this Note, if
any, remaining unpaid.  In addition, all sums, which must be treated as
interest, paid or agreed to be paid to Trustee on behalf of the Holders of
the Notes for the use, forbearance or detention of money shall, to the extent
permitted by applicable law, be amortized, prorated, allocated, and spread
throughout the full term of the Note.

          5.   Early Termination.

          (a)  Terminated Units.  In the event that Foodmaker shall, pursuant
to the terms of Article 37 of the Leases, elect to effect an Early
Termination (as defined in the Leases) of any Unit (as defined in the CRC
Note) at any time on or after the first Business Day of January, 1999, or
exercises its Year Nine Option or makes the Year Nine Offer (as defined in
the Leases) as to one or more Units (any such Unit being referred to herein
as a "Terminated Unit"), Issuer shall notify the Trustee immediately upon
receipt of notice of such Early Termination election, exercise of the Year
Nine Option or making of the Year Nine Offer, from CRC-I, CRC-II or Foodmaker
and shall prepay the Notes on the applicable Eligible Termination Date (as
defined in the CRC Notes) by (i) paying to the Holders of the Notes an Early
Termination Payment, as defined below, for such Terminated Unit, and
(ii) depositing into the Equity Collection Account in accordance with the
Deposit Accounts Security Agreements and the Indenture the difference between
(A) the sum of the Special Sinker Rent, if any, and the Purchase Price (as
defined in the Leases) for such Terminated Unit, and (B) the Early
Termination Payment paid for such Terminated Unit.

          (b)  Early Termination Payment.  For each such Terminated Unit, the
"Early Termination Payment" shall be equal to (i) the Allocated Principal
Balance (as defined below) for such Terminated Unit, plus (ii) a premium (the
"Prepayment Premium") equal to such Allocated Principal Balance multiplied by
the percentage set forth in the table below for the applicable period during
which such Early Termination or Purchase pursuant to the Year Nine Option or
Year Nine Offer occurs:


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            Prepayment Date

           (Dates Inclusive)                         Percentage:

January 1, 1999 through December 31, 1999               5.00%

January 1, 2000 through December 31, 2000               3.75%

January 1, 2001 through December 31, 2001               2.50%

January 1, 2002 through December 31, 2002               1.25%

January 1, 2003 through November 1, 2003                  0%


          (c)  Allocated Principal Balance.  For purposes of this Section 5,
the "Allocated Principal Balance" of a Terminated Unit shall be equal to the
amount so allocated to such Terminated Unit on Schedule 1 attached hereto.

          (d)  Application to Principal Balance.  Any prepayment resulting
from an Early Termination made by Issuer pursuant to this Section 5 shall
reduce the outstanding principal balance of this Note by an amount equal to
the Allocated Principal Balance.

          (e)  Costs Incurred in Reliance Upon Early Termination Notice.
Issuer understands that Holder may incur costs, expenses and commitments,
suffer losses, and/or make payments in reliance upon Holder's receipt of a
written notice of an Early Termination.  If all conditions for such Early
Termination as specified in the applicable CRC Lease, the CRC Notes and the
Indenture are not satisfied on or prior to the date as specified in such
notice and as required hereunder, then, upon demand by Holder, Issuer shall
pay or reimburse Holder for all such costs, expenses, losses and payments.

          6.   Default Prepayment; Concerning the Prepayment Premium.

          (a)  Prohibited Prepayments.  Issuer further agrees that should:
(i) any Event of Default occur, and (ii) the maturity hereof be accelerated,
then a tender of payment by Issuer, or by any entity related to, or
affiliated with, Issuer or by anyone on behalf of Issuer, of the amount
necessary to satisfy all or any sums due under the Mortgage Note Documents
(including, without limitation, any sums due on any judgment rendered in any
foreclosure action) made at any time prior to, during, or after, a judicial
foreclosure or a sale pursuant to the exercise of a power of sale of the
Trust Estate (as defined in the Indenture), shall constitute an evasion of
the payment terms hereof and shall be deemed to be a prohibited prepayment
hereunder.


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          (b)  Prepayment Premium.  Issuer acknowledges that the Holder of
this Note has relied upon the anticipated investment return under this Note
in entering into transactions with, and in making commitments to, third
parties; therefore, the tender of any prohibited prepayment, shall, to the
extent not prohibited by law, include a prepayment premium equal to (i) an
amount equal to ten percent (10%) of the outstanding principal balance hereof
immediately prior to such prohibited prepayment if such prohibited prepayment
occurs prior to January 1, 1999, or (ii) an amount equal to such outstanding
principal balance multiplied by the percentage specified in the table set
forth below if such prohibited prepayment occurs during the periods specified
below:

            Prepayment Date

           (Dates Inclusive)                         Percentage:

January 1, 1999 through December 31, 1999               5.00%

January 1, 2000 through December 31, 2000               3.75%

January 1, 2001 through December 31, 2001               2.50%

January 1, 2002 through December 31, 2002               1.25%

January 1, 2003 through November 1, 2003                  0%


          Nothing herein contained shall constitute an agreement on the part
of the Holder of this Note to accept any prepayment, other than as expressly
provided in Section 5 of this Note.

          (c)  Reasonable Compensation.  Issuer agrees that such prepayment
premium represents the reasonable estimate of the Holder of this Note and
Issuer of a fair average compensation for the loss that may be sustained by
the Holder of this Note due to the prepayment of the indebtedness evidenced
by this Note.  Such prepayment premium shall be paid without prejudice to the
right of the Holder of this Note to collect any other amounts provided to be
paid under the Indenture.  The Trustee shall be entitled to bid all or a
portion of such prepayment premium payable hereunder at any foreclosure sale
of the Trust Estate.

          (d)  Adequate Consideration.  Issuer acknowledges that its
agreement to the prepayment provisions provided for herein is a material
inducement to the agreement of the Holder of this Note to purchase this Note,
that its agreement is supported by adequate consideration, and that Holder
would not agree to purchase this Note without Issuer's agreement to pay the
prepayment premiums provided herein.  Issuer and the Holder of this Note
intend that the terms of Sections 5 and 6 be held enforceable to the extent
not prohibited by law.  Without limiting the generality hereof, in the event
that a court of


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FORM OF DEFINITIVE NOTE

competent jurisdiction should determine that one or more of the terms of
Sections 5 or 6 are overbroad, and in consequence thereof, void, then Issuer
and the Holder of this Note intend that the terms of such Sections be
construed so that the void provisions herein be read to the broadest extent
possible without being construed as void.

Name of person initialing:  Charles Duddles, Initials:___
                            President

          7.   Event of Default; Acceleration.  The following constitute, in
summary form, Events of Default under the Indenture:  (a) failure to pay
principal of or interest on the Notes or to make any deposit required to be
made to the Sinking Fund Account or the Administrative Expenses Account, when
due; (b) a material misrepresentation which remains uncured 30 days after
notice thereof, with a reasonable and necessary extension during diligent
pursuit of a cure for those misrepresentations which by their nature cannot
be cured within 30 days; (c) bankruptcy events with respect to the Issuer,
CRC-I, CRC-II, Foodmaker or any General Partner which are not dismissed
within the applicable cure periods; (d) the occurrence and continuance of any
CRC Lease Event of Default or Mortgage Event of Default; and (e) other
customary defaults.  If an Event of Default shall occur and be continuing,
this Note may become or be declared due and payable in the manner and with
the effect provided in the Indenture.

          If an Event of Default occurs and is continuing, the Majority
Noteholders may declare an acceleration of maturity of the Notes or, in some
circumstances described in the Indenture, the Notes shall be accelerated
without any action on the part of the Majority Noteholders, and the Majority
Noteholders may direct the Trustee to exercise any remedies available under
the Indenture with respect thereto including, without limitation, the sale of
all or any portion of the Trust Estate.  So long as an Event of Default has
occurred and is continuing and no declaration of acceleration has occurred,
the Trustee shall retain the Trust Estate intact and permit payments of
principal of and premium (if any) and interest on the Notes to be made in
accordance with the terms of the Indenture.  Any such election may be
rescinded by the Majority Noteholders in accordance with the terms of the
Indenture.

          The remedies of the Holder hereof or of the Trustee as provided
herein, or in the Indenture, shall be cumulative and concurrent.  No failure
on the part of Holder or of the Trustee in exercising any right or remedy
hereunder shall operate as a waiver or release thereof, nor shall any single
or partial exercise of any such right or remedy preclude any other further
exercise thereof or the exercise of any other right or remedy hereunder.
Noteholders may not enforce the Indenture on the Notes except as provided in
the Indenture.  The Trustee may


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require reasonable indemnity before it enforces the Indenture or the Notes.

          8.   Transfer of this Note.  This Note may not be sold or
transferred (including, without limitation, by pledge or hypothecation)
unless, prior to any sale or other transfer of this Note the Noteholder
delivers to the Note Registrar and the Issuer such certifications, legal
opinions or other information required thereby, by the Indenture, or pursuant
to the terms of this Note.

          Subject to the preceding paragraph and subject to certain further
limitations set forth in the Indenture, the transfer of this Note may be
registered on the Note Register, upon surrender of this Note for registration
of transfer or exchange, and any documents required to be presented in
connection with such registration or exchange as provided in Section 2.6 of
the Indenture, at the agency designated by the Issuer pursuant to the
Indenture, duly endorsed by, or accompanied by a written instrument of
transfer, in form satisfactory to the Issuer and Trustee, duly executed by
the Holder hereof or its attorney, duly authorized in writing.  Thereupon,
the Issuer shall execute and the Trustee shall authenticate and deliver one
or more new Notes in any authorized denominations and in the same aggregate
initial principal amount to the designated transferee or transferees.

          Prior to the due presentment for registration of transfer of this
Note, the Issuer, the Trustee and any agent of the Issuer or the Trustee may
treat the person in whose name this Note is registered (i) on any Regular
Record Date, for purposes of making payments, and (ii) on any other date for
any other purpose, whether or not this Note be overdue, as the owner hereof,
and neither the Issuer, the Trustee nor any such agent shall be affected by
notice to the contrary.

          The Notes are issuable only in registered form in minimum
denominations of $50,000 and integral multiples of $50,000.  Subject to the
restrictions on transfer set forth in the Indenture, the Notes are
exchangeable for a like aggregate initial principal amount of notes of
different authorized denominations, as requested by the Noteholder
surrendering the same.

          No service charge shall be made for any registration of transfer or
exchange of Notes, but the Issuer may require payment of a sum sufficient to
cover any tax or other governmental charge that may be imposed in connection
with any registration of transfer or exchange of Notes.

          The Note Registrar shall not be required to register any transfer
or effect any exchange of any Note fifteen (15) days prior to a Payment Date.



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          9.   Modifications; Consents; Waivers.  The Indenture permits, with
certain exceptions as therein provided, the amendment thereof and the
modification of the rights and obligations of the Issuer and the rights of
the Holders of the Notes under the Indenture at any time by the Issuer and
the Trustee with the consent of the Majority Noteholders.  The Indenture also
contains provisions permitting the Majority Noteholders to waive compliance
by the Issuer with certain provisions of the Indenture and certain past
Events of Default under the Indenture and their consequences.  Any such
consent or waiver shall be conclusive and binding upon the Holder of this
Note and upon all future Holders of this Note and of any Note issued upon the
registration of transfer hereof or in exchange herefor, whether or not
notation of such consent or waiver is made upon this Note.  Without the
consent of all the Holders of each Outstanding Note no supplemental indenture
may, among other things, (i) change the Stated Maturity of the principal of,
or any installment of principal of or interest on, any Note, reduce or
increase the principal amount thereof or the rate of interest thereon or the
rights of the Noteholders to the benefit of any provisions relating to the
redemption of the Notes, change the provisions of the Indenture relating to
the application of proceeds of the Trust Estate to the payment of principal
or interest on the Notes, or change any place where, or the coin or currency
in which, any Note or the interest thereon is payable, or impair the right to
institute suit for the enforcement of any such payment on or after the
Maturity thereof, (ii) change the percentage in Aggregate Outstanding Amount
of Notes, the consent of the Holders of which is required for the execution
of any supplemental indenture, or the consent of the Holders of which is
required for any waiver of compliance with certain provisions of the
Indenture or certain defaults thereunder or their consequences provided in
the Indenture, (iii) impair or adversely affect or release any part of the
Trust Estate except as otherwise permitted in the Indenture, (iv) permit the
creation of any lien ranking prior to or on a parity with the lien of the
Indenture with respect to any part of the trust estate or terminate the lien
of the Indenture on any property at any time subject thereto or deprive any
Noteholder of any security afforded by the lien of the Indenture, (v) change
the percentage of the Aggregate Outstanding Amount, the consent of the
Holders of Notes of which is required to direct the Trustee to sell or
liquidate the Trust Estate pursuant to Article Five of the Indenture,
(vi) modify any of the provisions of the Indenture with respect to
Sections 5.15, 7.18, 8.1 or 11.14 thereof, (vii) modify the proviso to the
definition of the term "Outstanding" in the Indenture or modify the terms
"Holder" and "Noteholder," (viii) modify any of the provisions of the
Indenture in such a manner as to affect the calculation of the amount of any
payment of interest or principal due on any Note, on any Payment Date
(including the calculation of any of the individual components of such
calculation), or (ix) cause the rating of the Notes to be downgraded by the
Rating Agencies.


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          The Indenture also provides that the Issuer and the Trustee may
amend or supplement the Indenture or the Notes without the consent of or
notice to the Holders of Notes to, among other things, (i) provide for the
issuance of the New Notes to be exchanged for Old Notes pursuant to a
Registered Exchange Offer (as defined in the Registration Rights Agreement,
(ii) cure any ambiguity, defect or inconsistency, (iii) make any change that
does not materially and adversely affect the legal or other rights of any
Holder of Notes, (iv) evidence and provide for the acceptance of appointment
thereunder by a successor Trustee, or (v) comply with any requirements of the
Commission in connection with the qualification of the Indenture under the
Trust Indenture Act of 1939, and the rules and regulations promulgated
thereunder.  The Indenture further provides that the provision regarding the
withdrawal of funds from the Sinking Fund Account shall not be amended or
supplemented without the prior written consent of Foodmaker.

          10.  Waiver by Maker.  Issuer, and all endorsers, guarantors and
sureties of this Note, and each of them, hereby waive diligence, demand,
presentment for payment, notice of non-payment, protest, notice of dishonor
and notice of protest, notice of intent to accelerate and notice of
acceleration (except to the extent otherwise required by applicable law or
expressly required by any Mortgage Note Document) and specifically consent
to, and waive notice of, any renewals or extensions of this Note, whether
made to or in favor of Issuer or any other person or persons, and hereby
waive any defense by reason of extension of time for payment or other
indulgence granted by the Holder of this Note.

          11.  Governing Law.  This Note is to be construed and enforced in
all respects in accordance with the laws of the State of New York without
regard to principles of conflicts of laws.  Any legal action or proceeding
with respect to this Note may be instituted in the courts of the State of New
York, the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York,
or elsewhere, as the Majority Noteholders or Trustee may elect, and by
execution and delivery of this Note, Issuer irrevocably and unconditionally
submits to the jurisdiction of each such court, and irrevocably and
unconditionally waives (i) any objection it may now or hereafter have to the
laying of venue in any of such courts, (ii) any claim that any action or
proceeding brought in any of such courts has been brought in an inconvenient
forum, and (iii) any right, entitlement or privilege which Issuer or its
property might otherwise have not to be subject to such actions or
proceedings by reason of sovereign immunity or otherwise.  Issuer agrees that
so long as Issuer shall be obligated to the Holder of this Note or the
Trustee under any mortgage note document, Issuer shall maintain duly
appointed agents satisfactory to the Majority Noteholders and the trustee for
the service of process in New York and shall keep the Holder of this Note and
the Trustee advised in writing of the identification and location of such
agents.  The failure of such agents to give


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notice to issuer of any such service shall not impair or affect the validity
of such service or of any judgment rendered in any action or proceeding based
thereon.

          12.  Non-recourse.

          (a)  Subject to the provisions of this Section 12, the Holder of
this Note shall neither seek nor obtain judgment against Issuer or its
officers, directors, shareholders or employees for payment of principal or
interest or other sums under this Note, and the sole recourse of the Holder
of this Note against Issuer for any default in the payment of such principal
or interest or other sums shall be limited to the Trust Estate.

          (b)  The limitation on recourse set forth in this Section 12 shall
be deemed void as against the Issuer and shall have no force or effect as
against the Issuer if Issuer should attempt to materially delay any
foreclosure by the Trustee against the Trust Estate or if Issuer should claim
that any Note or the Indenture is invalid or unenforceable to an extent that
would preclude any such foreclosure.

          (c)  The limitation on recourse set forth in this Section 12 shall
not prejudice the rights of the Holder of this Note to:

              (i)   Name Issuer as a party defendant in any action or
     proceeding subject to the limitations of this Section 12;

             (ii)   Exercise remedies such as foreclosure against or sale of
     any of the Trust Estate, or obtaining the appointment of a receiver, or
     enforcement of the Assignment of Leases (as defined in the CRC
     Mortgages); and

            (iii)   Collect or recover all Rents, Profits and Proceeds and
     all Insurance and Condemnation Proceeds (in each case as defined in the
     CRC Mortgages).

          (d)  The limitation on recourse set forth in this Section 12 does
not affect the rights of the Trustee or any Noteholder to recover any
expenses, damages or costs, including attorneys' fees (including the
allocated costs for services of in-house counsel), which the Trustee or any
Noteholder may incur because of Issuer's fraud, willful misrepresentation,
waste, misappropriation of Rents, Profits and Proceeds or intentional damage
of or to any of the Trust Estate.

          (e)  Nothing contained in this Section 12 shall limit in any way
any liability or obligations of Foodmaker under the Leases or of CRC-I or
CRC-II under the Guaranties dated as of December 15, 1993, executed by CRC-I
and CRC-II guarantying Issuer's obligations under the Notes.


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          (f)  Nothing contained in this Section 12 shall limit in any way
any liability or obligations of CRC-I, CRC-II or Foodmaker under Section 1.09
or 1.18 of the Mortgages; provided, however, that no partner in CRC-I or
CRC-II shall have personal liability for the repayment of the indebtedness
evidenced by the CRC Notes.

          (g)  Nothing contained in this Section 12 shall impair the validity
of any Note or the Indenture or any lien or security interest which it may
create or perfect.

          13.  Absolute and Unconditional Obligation.  No reference herein to
the Indenture and no provision of this Note or of the Indenture shall alter
or impair the obligation of the Issuer, which is absolute and unconditional,
to pay the principal of, and interest on, this Note at the times, place and
rate, and manner prescribed herein and in the Indenture.

          14.  Certificate of Authentication Required.  Unless the
certificate of authentication of this instrument has been manually executed
by the Trustee under the Indenture, this Note shall not be entitled to any
benefit under such Indenture, or be valid or obligatory for any purpose.

          15.  Payments from Accounts.  Payments made from the Collection
Account, the Sinking Fund Account and the Equity Collection Account
established pursuant to the Indenture shall be applied to the Notes in
accordance with the Indenture.

          16.  Abbreviations.  Customary abbreviations may be used in the
name of a Noteholder or an assignee, such as:  TEN CO = tenant in common, TEN
ENT = tenants by the entireties, JT TEN = joint tenants with right of
survivorship and not as tenants in common, CUST = Custodian, and U/G/M/A =
Uniform Gifts to Minors Act.

          Foodmaker shall furnish without charge to any Noteholder, upon the
written or oral request of such person, a copy of the Indenture.  Requests
may be made to:

               Foodmaker, Inc.
               Attn:  Corporate Communications
               9330 Balboa Avenue
               San Diego, California 92123
               (619) 571-2121


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          IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Issuer has caused this instrument to be
duly executed.


                            FM 1993A CORP.,
                            a Delaware corporation,



                            By:__________________________________
                               Name:   Charles W. Duddles
                               Title:  President



                            CRC-I LIMITED PARTNERSHIP,
                            a Massachusetts limited partnership,

                            By:  CRC-I Corp., General Partner



                            By:__________________________________
                               Name:   Charles W. Duddles
                               Title:  President



                            CRC-II LIMITED PARTNERSHIP,
                            a Massachusetts limited partnership,

                            By:  CRC-II Corp., General Partner



                            By:__________________________________
                               Name:   Charles W. Duddles
                               Title:  President


                             Exhibit A-3, Page 14

Exhibit A-3
FORM OF DEFINITIVE NOTE

               TRUSTEE'S CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICATION


          This is one of the Notes described in the within-mentioned
Indenture.

                            STATE STREET BANK AND TRUST COMPANY,
                            as Trustee



                            By:__________________________________
                               Authorized Signatory


DATED:  ____________, 199__



                             Exhibit A-3, Page 15

Exhibit A-3
FORM OF DEFINITIVE NOTE

                          ASSIGNMENT FORM

          FOR VALUE RECEIVED, the undersigned hereby assign(s) and
transfer(s) unto

               _______________________________________
               (PLEASE INSERT SOCIAL SECURITY OR OTHER
               IDENTIFYING NUMBER OF ASSIGNEE)

___________________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________
(Print or typewrite name and address including postal zip code of assignee)

the within Note and all rights thereunder, and hereby irrevocably appoints
__________________________ attorney-in-fact, with full power of substitution,
to transfer said Note on the books of the Issuer.


Dated: ___________


                     Signature:_______________________________________________
                               NOTICE:  The name on this assignment must
                                        correspond with the name as written
                                        upon the first page of the written
                                        instrument in every particular,
                                        without alteration or enlargement, or
                                        any change whatever.




Signature Guarantee:_______________________









                             Exhibit A-3, Page 16



                                 Exhibit A-4

                             FORM OF GLOBAL NOTE

                                FM 1993A CORP.

                      SERIES B 9.75% SENIOR SECURED NOTES

                              DUE NOVEMBER 1, 2003


No. _________________   CUSIP:  302506 AC 4

$____________________

          UNLESS AND UNTIL IT IS EXCHANGED IN WHOLE OR IN PART FOR NOTES IN
DEFINITIVE FORM, THIS NOTE MAY NOT BE TRANSFERRED EXCEPT AS A WHOLE BY THE
DEPOSITARY TO A NOMINEE OF THE DEPOSITARY OR BY A NOMINEE OF THE DEPOSITARY
TO THE DEPOSITARY OR ANOTHER NOMINEE OF THE DEPOSITARY OR BY THE DEPOSITARY
OR ANY SUCH NOMINEE TO A SUCCESSOR DEPOSITARY OR A NOMINEE OF SUCH SUCCESSOR
DEPOSITARY.  UNLESS THIS CERTIFICATE IS PRESENTED BY AN AUTHORIZED
REPRESENTATIVE OF THE DEPOSITORY TRUST COMPANY, A NEW YORK CORPORATION
("DTC"), TO THE ISSUER OR ITS AGENT FOR REGISTRATION OF TRANSFER, EXCHANGE,
OR PAYMENT, AND ANY CERTIFICATE ISSUED IS REGISTERED IN THE NAME OF CEDE &
CO. OR SUCH OTHER NAME AS IS REQUESTED BY AN AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OF DTC
(AND ANY PAYMENT IS MADE TO CEDE & CO. OR SUCH OTHER ENTITY AS IS REQUESTED
BY AN AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OF DTC), ANY TRANSFER, PLEDGE, OR OTHER USE
HEREOF FOR VALUE OR OTHERWISE BY OR TO ANY PERSON IS WRONGFUL INASMUCH AS THE
REGISTERED OWNER HEREOF, CEDE & CO., HAS AN INTEREST HEREIN.

          FM 1993A Corp., a Delaware corporation (together with its permitted
successors and assigns, the "Issuer"), for value received, hereby promises to
pay to CEDE & CO. or registered assigns, the principal sum of
_________________ DOLLARS ($_____________), with interest thereon at the rate
of Nine and 75/100th percent (9.75%) per annum (the "Interest Rate") unless
otherwise specified below, in lawful money of the United States of America,
on the terms provided below.

          1.   Payments and Deposits.

          (a)  Payments Due under this Note.  Payments under this promissory
note (this "Note") shall be made as follows:

              (i)   Commencing on the first Business Day (as defined below)
     of January, 1995, and on the first Business Day of each and every
     January and July thereafter, to and including, the first Business Day of
     July, 2003 (each such date is referred to herein as an "Installment
     Payment Date"), there shall be due and payable semi-annual


                              Exhibit A-4, Page 1

Exhibit A-4
FORM OF GLOBAL NOTE

     installment payments (each, an "Installment Payment") consisting of all
     accrued interest on the outstanding principal balance of this Note for the
     Interest Accrual Period (as defined below) immediately preceding such
     Installment Payment Date;

             (ii)   On the first Business Day of January, 2003, in addition
     to the Installment Payment due on such date under subsection (i) above,
     there shall be due and payable an amount (the "Initial Bullet Payment")
     sufficient to reduce the outstanding principal balance of this Note,
     after application of any prepayments of principal on account of Early
     Terminations (as defined below) theretofor consummated pursuant to
     Section 5 below, to an amount equal to fifty percent (50%) of the
     original principal balance of this Note; and

            (iii)   On November 1, 2003 (the "Maturity Date"), there shall be
     due and payable (A) the entire unpaid principal balance under this Note;
     plus (B) all accrued and unpaid interest on this Note for the Interest
     Accrual Period immediately preceding the Maturity Date (collectively,
     the sums described in clauses (A) and (B) hereof are referred to as the
     "Final Bullet Payment"); plus (C) all other sums evidenced by this Note.

          (b)  Deposits Due under the Notes.  In addition to the payments due
under Section 1(a), Issuer shall make the following deposits with respect to
all the Notes (as hereinafter defined):

              (i)   On each Installment Payment Date up to and including the
     first Business Day of January, 2003, a deposit (each, a "Sinking Fund
     Payment") in an amount equal to the aggregate Unit Sinking Fund Payments
     as described on Schedule 1 attached hereto for all Units (as defined
     below) minus two (2) times the Unit Sinking Fund Payments for those
     Units as to which an Early Termination shall have been consummated prior
     to such Installment Payment Date; each Sinking Fund Payment shall be
     deposited into the Sinking Fund Account established pursuant to
     Section 9.2(b) of the Indenture (as defined below);

             (ii)   On each and every Installment Payment Date and on the
     Maturity Date, a deposit (the "Indenture Expense Deposit") in an amount
     equal to TWENTY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($25,000.00) to be deposited into
     the Administrative Expenses Account pursuant to Section 9.6(b) of the
     Indenture; and

            (iii)   On the first Business Day of January, 2003, a deposit
     (each such deposit and any deposit made pursuant to Section 5(a)(ii)
     below being referred to herein as a "Equity Collection Account Deposit")
     into the Equity Collection Account (as defined in the Indenture) in
     accordance with the


                              Exhibit A-4, Page 2

Exhibit A-4
FORM OF GLOBAL NOTE

     Indenture and the Deposit Accounts Security Agreements (as defined below)
     in an amount equal to the difference between (A) the sum of the Special
     Sinker Rent and the Purchase Price (each as defined in the Leases
     described below) payable to either CRC-I or CRC-II (each as defined below)
     for all Units as to which Foodmaker (as defined below) has exercised the
     Year Nine Option (as defined in the Leases) and for all Year Nine Units
     (as so defined) and (B) the amount of the aggregated Initial Bullet
     Payments made on the Notes.

          (c)  Interest Method.  Interest shall be calculated on the basis of
a three hundred sixty (360) day year consisting of twelve (12) thirty (30)
day months, and the actual number of days elapsed.

          (d)  Time for Payments.  All payments due hereunder must be paid by
10:00 a.m. New York Time.

          (e)  Business Day.  As used herein, "Business Day" shall mean a day
other than a Saturday, Sunday, or a day on which Banks in New York, New York
or the city where the Corporate Trust Office of the Trustee is located, are
authorized or obligated to close their regular banking business.

          (f)  Interest Accrual Period.  As used herein, "Interest Accrual
Period" shall mean (i) for the period from July 1, 1994 through June 30,
2003, the six (6) month period commencing on the first day of each January
and July to and including the last day of the following June and December,
respectively, and (ii) a final period from July 1, 2003, through but not
including the Maturity Date.

          (g)  No Credits for Deposits.  Issuer shall receive no credit
against any sums of interest and principal due under this Note for any
Sinking Fund Payment or Indenture Expense Deposit paid pursuant to this
Section 1 and Section 5 below (except to the extent Sinking Fund Payments are
applied to the Initial Bullet Payment in accordance with the provisions of
Section 9.2(b) of the Indenture) or for any sums deposited in the Equity
Collection Account pursuant to this Section 1 and Section 5 below unless and
until such sums are applied to the obligations due hereunder in accordance
with the terms of the Deposit Accounts Security Agreements and the Indenture.
Payments received by the Trustee (as hereinafter defined) from Foodmaker,
Inc., a Delaware corporation ("Foodmaker") under the Master Lease, dated as
of December 15, 1993 between Foodmaker and CRC-I Limited Partnership, a
Massachusetts limited partnership ("CRC-I") or under the Master Lease, dated
as of December 15, 1993, between Foodmaker and CRC-II Limited Partnership, a
Massachusetts limited partnership ("CRC-II;" CRC-I and CRC-II, together, the
"Borrowers") (such Master Leases being collectively referred to herein as the
"Leases") on account of Basic Rent, Special Rent, Special Sinker Rent and
Purchase Price (as those


                              Exhibit A-4, Page 3

Exhibit A-4
FORM OF GLOBAL NOTE

terms are defined in the Leases) and/or received from CRC-I and CRC-II
pursuant to the CRC Notes (as defined in the Indenture) shall be applied to
this Note in accordance with the terms of the Indenture and shall satisfy
Issuer's payment obligations under this Note to the extent of such payments
so applied.

          2.   Global Form; This Note Issued Under Indenture.  This Note is
one of a duly authorized issue of Notes of the Issuer designated as its
Series B 9.75% Senior Secured Notes due November 1, 2003 (herein called the
"Notes"), issued and to be issued under that certain indenture, dated as of
December 15, 1993 (herein, together with all amendments and supplements
thereto, called the "Indenture"), between the Issuer, CRC-I, CRC-II and State
Street Bank and Trust Company, in its capacity as trustee (the "Trustee,"
which term includes any successor trustee under the Indenture), to which
Indenture reference is hereby made for a statement of the respective rights
thereunder of the Issuer, the Trustee, CRC-I, CRC-II and the Holders of the
Notes and the terms upon which the Notes are, and are to be, authenticated
and delivered and this reference incorporates the Indenture herein, and by
acceptance hereof, the Holder of this Note assents to all of the terms and
conditions of the Indenture and those made part of the Indenture by reference
to the Trust Indenture Act of 1939 (15 U.S. Code  77aaa-77bbbb) as in
effect on the date of the Indenture.  The Notes are obligations of the
Issuer, guaranteed by the Borrowers, limited to, together with all other
9.75% Senior Secured Notes issued under the Indenture, $70,000,000 in
aggregate principal amount.  Capitalized terms used in this Note that are not
defined herein shall have the meanings assigned to them in the Indenture.

          The aggregate amount of Outstanding Notes represented by this note
in global form may from time to time be reduced or increased to reflect
exchanges for Definitive Notes, transfers of interests herein, prepayments
hereof on the Schedule of Changes to Principal Amount attached hereto.

          All payments of principal and interest and other sums due on the
Notes shall be allocated on a pro rata basis among such Notes, without
preference or priority of any kind, and shall be made in accordance with the
priority of distributions set forth in the Indenture.

          The principal of and premium (if any) and interest on this Note
(except defaulted interest) are payable to the Person in whose name this Note
(or one or more predecessor Notes) is registered at the close of business on
the last day (whether or not a Business Day) of the month preceding the month
in which the applicable Payment Date occurs (with respect to such Payment
Date, the "Regular Record Date"), notwithstanding any subsequent transfers
between such Regular Record Date and such Payment Date.  Payment of principal
of and premium (if any) and interest on this Note shall be made in accordance
with the Indenture.


                              Exhibit A-4, Page 4

Exhibit A-4
FORM OF GLOBAL NOTE

          3.   Interest Upon Default.  Notwithstanding anything to the
contrary set forth herein, Issuer shall pay to the Holder of this Note as of
a special record date, interest at a rate per annum (the "Overdue Rate")
equal to the Interest Rate plus three percent (3%) per annum, but in no event
greater than the maximum rate of interest permitted to be contracted for
under the laws of the State of New York, with respect to (A) all overdue
Installment Payments, Sinking Fund Payments, Indenture Expense Deposits, the
Initial Bullet Payment and all Equity Collection Account Deposits, each from
the due date thereof until paid in full, (B) the Final Bullet Payment and the
final Indenture Expense Deposit due on the Maturity Date, from the Maturity
Date until paid in full, (C) the entire outstanding principal balance of the
Note and all accrued and unpaid interest upon acceleration of this Note under
Section 7 below, from the date of such acceleration until paid in full,
(D) all unpaid Prepayment Premiums (as defined below) payable due to an Early
Termination hereunder, from the date of such Early Termination until paid in
full, and (E) all other overdue amounts payable hereunder, from the date such
amounts became due until paid in full.  The Issuer shall fix any such special
record date and payment date.  At least 15 days before any such special
record date, the Issuer shall mail to Holders of the Notes a notice that
states the record date, payment date and amount of such interest to be paid.
The Overdue Rate shall be in lieu of any other interest rate otherwise
applicable and shall commence without notice and shall be payable upon
demand.

          4.   Limitation on Interest.  Anything herein to the contrary
notwithstanding, the amount of interest payable or paid on this Note shall be
limited to an amount that shall not exceed the maximum nonusurious rate of
interest allowed by the applicable laws of the United States and the State of
New York, that could lawfully be contracted for, charged, or received.  In
the event any payment of interest is made in violation of this provision, the
parties hereto stipulate, that such excess amount shall be deemed to have
been paid as a result of an error on the part of Issuer, and if the Trustee
receives such excess payment on behalf of the Holders of the Notes, the
Trustee shall promptly, upon discovery of such error or upon notice thereof
from Issuer, apply the excess to the payment of principal of this Note, if
any, remaining unpaid.  In addition, all sums, which must be treated as
interest, paid or agreed to be paid to Trustee on behalf of the Holders of
the Notes for the use, forbearance or detention of money shall, to the extent
permitted by applicable law, be amortized, prorated, allocated, and spread
throughout the full term of the Note.

          5.   Early Termination.

          (a)  Terminated Units.  In the event that Foodmaker shall, pursuant
to the terms of Article 37 of the Leases, elect to effect an Early
Termination (as defined in the Leases) of any Unit (as defined in the CRC
Note) at any time on or after the


                              Exhibit A-4, Page 5

Exhibit A-4
FORM OF GLOBAL NOTE

first Business Day of January, 1999, or exercises its Year Nine Option or
makes the Year Nine Offer (as defined in the Leases) as to one or more Units
(any such Unit being referred to herein as a "Terminated Unit"), Issuer shall
notify the Trustee immediately upon receipt of notice of such Early
Termination election, exercise of the Year Nine Option or making of the Year
Nine Offer, from CRC-I, CRC-II or Foodmaker and shall prepay the Notes on the
applicable Eligible Termination Date (as defined in the CRC Notes) by (i)
paying to the Holders of the Notes an Early Termination Payment, as defined
below, for such Terminated Unit, and (ii) depositing into the Equity
Collection Account in accordance with the Deposit Accounts Security
Agreements and the Indenture the difference between (A) the sum of the
Special Sinker Rent, if any, and the Purchase Price (as defined in the
Leases) for such Terminated Unit, and (B) the Early Termination Payment paid
for such Terminated Unit.

          (b)  Early Termination Payment.  For each such Terminated Unit, the
"Early Termination Payment" shall be equal to (i) the Allocated Principal
Balance (as defined below) for such Terminated Unit, plus (ii) a premium (the
"Prepayment Premium") equal to such Allocated Principal Balance multiplied by
the percentage set forth in the table below for the applicable period during
which such Early Termination or Purchase pursuant to the Year Nine Option or
Year Nine Offer occurs:

            Prepayment Date
           (Dates Inclusive)                          Percentage:
January 1, 1999 through December 31, 1999                5.00%
January 1, 2000 through December 31, 2000                3.75%
January 1, 2001 through December 31, 2001                2.50%
January 1, 2002 through December 31, 2002                1.25%
January 1, 2003 through November 1, 2003                   0%

          (c)  Allocated Principal Balance.  For purposes of this Section 5,
the "Allocated Principal Balance" of a Terminated Unit shall be equal to the
amount so allocated to such Terminated Unit on Schedule 1 attached hereto.

          (d)  Application to Principal Balance.  Any prepayment resulting
from an Early Termination made by Issuer pursuant to this Section 5 shall
reduce the outstanding principal balance of this Note by an amount equal to
the Allocated Principal Balance.

          (e)  Costs Incurred in Reliance Upon Early Termination Notice.
Issuer understands that Holder may incur costs, expenses and commitments,
suffer losses, and/or make payments in reliance upon Holder's receipt of a
written notice of an Early Termination.  If all conditions for such Early
Termination as specified in the applicable CRC Lease, the CRC Notes and the
Indenture are not satisfied on or prior to the date as specified in such
notice and as required hereunder, then, upon demand by Holder, Issuer shall
pay or reimburse Holder for all such costs, expenses, losses and payments.


                              Exhibit A-4, Page 6

Exhibit A-4
FORM OF GLOBAL NOTE

          6.   Default Prepayment; Concerning the Prepayment Premium.

          (a)  Prohibited Prepayments.  Issuer further agrees that should:
(i) any Event of Default occur, and (ii) the maturity hereof be accelerated,
then a tender of payment by Issuer, or by any entity related to, or
affiliated with, Issuer or by anyone on behalf of Issuer, of the amount
necessary to satisfy all or any sums due under the Mortgage Note Documents
(including, without limitation, any sums due on any judgment rendered in any
foreclosure action) made at any time prior to, during, or after, a judicial
foreclosure or a sale pursuant to the exercise of a power of sale of the
Trust Estate (as defined in the Indenture), shall constitute an evasion of
the payment terms hereof and shall be deemed to be a prohibited prepayment
hereunder.

          (b)  Prepayment Premium.  Issuer acknowledges that the Holder of
this Note has relied upon the anticipated investment return under this Note
in entering into transactions with, and in making commitments to, third
parties; therefore, the tender of any prohibited prepayment, shall, to the
extent not prohibited by law, include a prepayment premium equal to (i) an
amount equal to ten percent (10%) of the outstanding principal balance hereof
immediately prior to such prohibited prepayment if such prohibited prepayment
occurs prior to January 1, 1999, or (ii) an amount equal to such outstanding
principal balance multiplied by the percentage specified in the table set
forth below if such prohibited prepayment occurs during the periods specified
below:

              Prepayment Date
             (Dates Inclusive)                          Percentage:
January 1, 1999 through December 31, 1999                   5.00%
January 1, 2000 through December 31, 2000                   3.75%
January 1, 2001 through December 31, 2001                   2.50%
January 1, 2002 through December 31, 2002                   1.25%
January 1, 2003 through November 1, 2003                      0%

          Nothing herein contained shall constitute an agreement on the part
of the Holder of this Note to accept any prepayment, other than as expressly
provided in Section 5 of this Note.

          (c)  Reasonable Compensation.  Issuer agrees that such prepayment
premium represents the reasonable estimate of the Holder of this Note and
Issuer of a fair average compensation for the loss that may be sustained by
the Holder of this Note due to the prepayment of the indebtedness evidenced
by this Note.  Such prepayment premium shall be paid without prejudice to the
right of the Holder of this Note to collect any other amounts provided to be
paid under the Indenture.  The Trustee shall be entitled to bid all or a
portion of such prepayment premium payable hereunder at any foreclosure sale
of the Trust Estate.


                              Exhibit A-4, Page 7

Exhibit A-4
FORM OF GLOBAL NOTE

          (d)  Adequate Consideration.  Issuer acknowledges that its
agreement to the prepayment provisions provided for herein is a material
inducement to the agreement of the Holder of this Note to purchase this Note,
that its agreement is supported by adequate consideration, and that Holder
would not agree to purchase this Note without Issuer's agreement to pay the
prepayment premiums provided herein.  Issuer and the Holder of this Note
intend that the terms of Sections 5 and 6 be held enforceable to the extent
not prohibited by law.  Without limiting the generality hereof, in the event
that a court of competent jurisdiction should determine that one or more of
the terms of Sections 5 or 6 are overbroad, and in consequence thereof, void,
then Issuer and the Holder of this Note intend that the terms of such
Sections be construed so that the void provisions herein be read to the
broadest extent possible without being construed as void.

Name of person initialing:  Charles Duddles, Initials:___
                            President

          7.   Event of Default; Acceleration.  The following constitute, in
summary form, Events of Default under the Indenture:  (a) failure to pay
principal of or interest on the Notes or to make any deposit required to be
made to the Sinking Fund Account or the Administrative Expenses Account, when
due; (b) a material misrepresentation which remains uncured 30 days after
notice thereof, with a reasonable and necessary extension during diligent
pursuit of a cure for those misrepresentations which by their nature cannot
be cured within 30 days; (c) bankruptcy events with respect to the Issuer,
CRC-I, CRC-II, Foodmaker or any General Partner which are not dismissed
within the applicable cure periods; (d) the occurrence and continuance of any
CRC Lease Event of Default or Mortgage Event of Default; and (e) other
customary defaults.  If an Event of Default shall occur and be continuing,
this Note may become or be declared due and payable in the manner and with
the effect provided in the Indenture.

          If an Event of Default occurs and is continuing, the Majority
Noteholders may declare an acceleration of maturity of the Notes or, in some
circumstances described in the Indenture, the Notes shall be accelerated
without any action on the part of the Majority Noteholders, and the Majority
Noteholders may direct the Trustee to exercise any remedies available under
the Indenture with respect thereto including, without limitation, the sale of
all or any portion of the Trust Estate.  So long as an Event of Default has
occurred and is continuing and no declaration of acceleration has occurred,
the Trustee shall retain the Trust Estate intact and permit payments of
principal of and premium (if any) and interest on the Notes to be made in
accordance with the terms of the Indenture.  Any such election may be
rescinded by the Majority Noteholders in accordance with the terms of the
Indenture.


                              Exhibit A-4, Page 8

Exhibit A-4
FORM OF GLOBAL NOTE

          The remedies of the Holder hereof or of the Trustee as provided
herein, or in the Indenture, shall be cumulative and concurrent.  No failure
on the part of Holder or of the Trustee in exercising any right or remedy
hereunder shall operate as a waiver or release thereof, nor shall any single
or partial exercise of any such right or remedy preclude any other further
exercise thereof or the exercise of any other right or remedy hereunder.
Noteholders may not enforce the Indenture on the Notes except as provided in
the Indenture.  The Trustee may require reasonable indemnity before it
enforces the Indenture or the Notes.

          8.   Transfer of this Note.  This Note may not be sold or
transferred (including, without limitation, by pledge or hypothecation)
unless, prior to any sale or other transfer of this Note the Noteholder
delivers to the Note Registrar and the Issuer such certifications, legal
opinions or other information required thereby, by the Indenture, or pursuant
to the terms of this Note.

          Subject to the preceding paragraph and subject to certain further
limitations set forth in the Indenture, the transfer of this Note may be
registered on the Note Register, upon surrender of this Note for registration
of transfer or exchange, and any documents required to be presented in
connection with such registration or exchange as provided in Section 2.6 of
the Indenture, at the agency designated by the Issuer pursuant to the
Indenture, duly endorsed by, or accompanied by a written instrument of
transfer, in form satisfactory to the Issuer and Trustee, duly executed by
the Holder hereof or its attorney, duly authorized in writing.  Thereupon,
the Issuer shall execute and the Trustee shall authenticate and deliver one
or more new Notes in any authorized denominations and in the same aggregate
initial principal amount to the designated transferee or transferees.

          Prior to the due presentment for registration of transfer of this
Note, the Issuer, the Trustee and any agent of the Issuer or the Trustee may
treat the person in whose name this Note is registered (i) on any Regular
Record Date, for purposes of making payments, and (ii) on any other date for
any other purpose, whether or not this Note be overdue, as the owner hereof,
and neither the Issuer, the Trustee nor any such agent shall be affected by
notice to the contrary.

          The Notes are issuable only in registered form in minimum
denominations of $50,000 and integral multiples of $50,000.  Subject to the
restrictions on transfer set forth in the Indenture, the Notes are
exchangeable for a like aggregate initial principal amount of notes of
different authorized denominations, as requested by the Noteholder
surrendering the same.


                              Exhibit A-4, Page 9

Exhibit A-4
FORM OF GLOBAL NOTE

          No service charge shall be made for any registration of transfer or
exchange of Notes, but the Issuer may require payment of a sum sufficient to
cover any tax or other governmental charge that may be imposed in connection
with any registration of transfer or exchange of Notes.

          The Note Registrar shall not be required to register any transfer
or effect any exchange of any Note fifteen (15) days prior to a Payment Date.

          9.   Modifications; Consents; Waivers.  The Indenture permits, with
certain exceptions as therein provided, the amendment thereof and the
modification of the rights and obligations of the Issuer and the rights of
the Holders of the Notes under the Indenture at any time by the Issuer and
the Trustee with the consent of the Majority Noteholders.  The Indenture also
contains provisions permitting the Majority Noteholders to waive compliance
by the Issuer with certain provisions of the Indenture and certain past
Events of Default under the Indenture and their consequences.  Any such
consent or waiver shall be conclusive and binding upon the Holder of this
Note and upon all future Holders of this Note and of any Note issued upon the
registration of transfer hereof or in exchange herefor, whether or not
notation of such consent or waiver is made upon this Note.  Without the
consent of all the Holders of each Outstanding Note no supplemental indenture
may, among other things, (i) change the Stated Maturity of the principal of,
or any installment of principal of or interest on, any Note, reduce or
increase the principal amount thereof or the rate of interest thereon or the
rights of the Noteholders to the benefit of any provisions relating to the
redemption of the Notes, change the provisions of the Indenture relating to
the application of proceeds of the Trust Estate to the payment of principal
or interest on the Notes, or change any place where, or the coin or currency
in which, any Note or the interest thereon is payable, or impair the right to
institute suit for the enforcement of any such payment on or after the
Maturity thereof, (ii) change the percentage in Aggregate Outstanding Amount
of Notes, the consent of the Holders of which is required for the execution
of any supplemental indenture, or the consent of the Holders of which is
required for any waiver of compliance with certain provisions of the
Indenture or certain defaults thereunder or their consequences provided in
the Indenture, (iii) impair or adversely affect or release any part of the
Trust Estate except as otherwise permitted in the Indenture, (iv) permit the
creation of any lien ranking prior to or on a parity with the lien of the
Indenture with respect to any part of the trust estate or terminate the lien
of the Indenture on any property at any time subject thereto or deprive any
Noteholder of any security afforded by the lien of the Indenture, (v) change
the percentage of the Aggregate Outstanding Amount, the consent of the
Holders of Notes of which is required to direct the Trustee to sell or
liquidate the Trust Estate pursuant to Article Five of the Indenture,
(vi) modify any of the provisions of the Indenture


                             Exhibit A-4, Page 10

Exhibit A-4
FORM OF GLOBAL NOTE

with respect to Sections 5.15, 7.18, 8.1 or 11.14 thereof, (vii) modify the
proviso to the definition of the term "Outstanding" in the Indenture or
modify the terms "Holder" and "Noteholder," (viii) modify any of the
provisions of the Indenture in such a manner as to affect the calculation of
the amount of any payment of interest or principal due on any Note, on any
Payment Date (including the calculation of any of the individual components
of such calculation), or (ix) cause the rating of the Notes to be downgraded
by the Rating Agencies.

          The Indenture also provides that the Issuer and the Trustee may
amend or supplement the Indenture or the Notes without the consent of or
notice to the Holders of Notes to, among other things, (i) provide for the
issuance of the New Notes to be exchanged for Old Notes pursuant to a
Registered Exchange Offer (as defined in the Registration Rights Agreement,
(ii) cure any ambiguity, defect or inconsistency, (iii) make any change that
does not materially and adversely affect the legal or other rights of any
Holder of Notes, (iv) evidence and provide for the acceptance of appointment
thereunder by a successor Trustee, or (v) comply with any requirements of the
Commission in connection with the qualification of the Indenture under the
Trust Indenture Act of 1939, and the rules and regulations promulgated
thereunder.  The Indenture further provides that the provision regarding the
withdrawal of funds from the Sinking Fund Account shall not be amended or
supplemented without the prior written consent of Foodmaker.

          10.  Waiver by Maker.  Issuer, and all endorsers, guarantors and
sureties of this Note, and each of them, hereby waive diligence, demand,
presentment for payment, notice of non-payment, protest, notice of dishonor
and notice of protest, notice of intent to accelerate and notice of
acceleration (except to the extent otherwise required by applicable law or
expressly required by any Mortgage Note Document) and specifically consent
to, and waive notice of, any renewals or extensions of this Note, whether
made to or in favor of Issuer or any other person or persons, and hereby
waive any defense by reason of extension of time for payment or other
indulgence granted by the Holder of this Note.

          11.  Governing Law.  This Note is to be construed and enforced in
all respects in accordance with the laws of the State of New York without
regard to principles of conflicts of laws.  Any legal action or proceeding
with respect to this Note may be instituted in the courts of the State of New
York, the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York,
or elsewhere, as the Majority Noteholders or Trustee may elect, and by
execution and delivery of this Note, Issuer irrevocably and unconditionally
submits to the jurisdiction of each such court, and irrevocably and
unconditionally waives (i) any objection it may now or hereafter have to the
laying of venue in any of such courts, (ii) any claim that any action or
proceeding brought in any of such courts has been brought in an inconvenient
forum, and


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Exhibit A-4
FORM OF GLOBAL NOTE

(iii) any right, entitlement or privilege which Issuer or its property might
otherwise have not to be subject to such actions or proceedings by reason of
sovereign immunity or otherwise.  Issuer agrees that so long as Issuer shall
be obligated to the Holder of this Note or the Trustee under any mortgage
note document, Issuer shall maintain duly appointed agents satisfactory to
the Majority Noteholders and the trustee for the service of process in New
York and shall keep the Holder of this Note and the Trustee advised in
writing of the identification and location of such agents.  The failure of
such agents to give notice to issuer of any such service shall not impair or
affect the validity of such service or of any judgment rendered in any action
or proceeding based thereon.

          12.  Non-recourse.

          (a)  Subject to the provisions of this Section 12, the Holder of
this Note shall neither seek nor obtain judgment against Issuer or its
officers, directors, shareholders or employees for payment of principal or
interest or other sums under this Note, and the sole recourse of the Holder
of this Note against Issuer for any default in the payment of such principal
or interest or other sums shall be limited to the Trust Estate.

          (b)  The limitation on recourse set forth in this Section 12 shall
be deemed void as against the Issuer and shall have no force or effect as
against the Issuer if Issuer should attempt to materially delay any
foreclosure by the Trustee against the Trust Estate or if Issuer should claim
that any Note or the Indenture is invalid or unenforceable to an extent that
would preclude any such foreclosure.

          (c)  The limitation on recourse set forth in this Section 12 shall
not prejudice the rights of the Holder of this Note to:

              (i)   Name Issuer as a party defendant in any action or
     proceeding subject to the limitations of this Section 12;

             (ii)   Exercise remedies such as foreclosure against or sale of
     any of the Trust Estate, or obtaining the appointment of a receiver, or
     enforcement of the Assignment of Leases (as defined in the CRC
     Mortgages); and

            (iii)   Collect or recover all Rents, Profits and Proceeds and
     all Insurance and Condemnation Proceeds (in each case as defined in the
     CRC Mortgages).

          (d)  The limitation on recourse set forth in this Section 12 does
not affect the rights of the Trustee or any Noteholder to recover any
expenses, damages or costs, including attorneys' fees (including the
allocated costs for services of in-house counsel), which the Trustee or any
Noteholder may incur


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Exhibit A-4
FORM OF GLOBAL NOTE

because of Issuer's fraud, willful misrepresentation, waste, misappropriation
of Rents, Profits and Proceeds or intentional damage of or to any of the
Trust Estate.

          (e)  Nothing contained in this Section 12 shall limit in any way
any liability or obligations of Foodmaker under the Leases or of CRC-I or
CRC-II under the Guaranties dated as of December 15, 1993, executed by CRC-I
and CRC-II guarantying Issuer's obligations under the Notes.

          (f)  Nothing contained in this Section 12 shall limit in any way
any liability or obligations of CRC-I, CRC-II or Foodmaker under Section 1.09
or 1.18 of the Mortgages; provided, however, that no partner in CRC-I or
CRC-II shall have personal liability for the repayment of the indebtedness
evidenced by the CRC Notes.

          (g)  Nothing contained in this Section 12 shall impair the validity
of any Note or the Indenture or any lien or security interest which it may
create or perfect.

          13.  Absolute and Unconditional Obligation.  No reference herein to
the Indenture and no provision of this Note or of the Indenture shall alter
or impair the obligation of the Issuer, which is absolute and unconditional,
to pay the principal of, and interest on, this Note at the times, place and
rate, and manner prescribed herein and in the Indenture.

          14.  Certificate of Authentication Required.  Unless the
certificate of authentication of this instrument has been manually executed
by the Trustee under the Indenture, this Note shall not be entitled to any
benefit under such Indenture, or be valid or obligatory for any purpose.

          15.  Payments from Accounts.  Payments made from the Collection
Account, the Sinking Fund Account and the Equity Collection Account
established pursuant to the Indenture shall be applied to the Notes in
accordance with the Indenture.

          16.  Abbreviations.  Customary abbreviations may be used in the
name of a Noteholder or an assignee, such as:  TEN CO = tenant in common, TEN
ENT = tenants by the entireties, JT TEN = joint tenants with right of
survivorship and not as tenants in common, CUST = Custodian, and U/G/M/A =
Uniform Gifts to Minors Act.


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Exhibit A-4
FORM OF GLOBAL NOTE

          Foodmaker shall furnish without charge to any Noteholder, upon the
written or oral request of such person, a copy of the Indenture.  Requests
may be made to:

               Foodmaker, Inc.
               Attn:  Corporate Communications
               9330 Balboa Avenue
               San Diego, California 92123
               (619) 571-2121

          IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Issuer has caused this instrument to be
duly executed.


                            FM 1993A CORP.,
                            a Delaware corporation,



                            By:________________________________
                               Name:   Charles W. Duddles
                               Title:  President



                            CRC-I LIMITED PARTNERSHIP,
                            a Massachusetts limited partnership,

                            By:  CRC-I Corp., General Partner



                            By:________________________________
                               Name:   Charles W. Duddles
                               Title:  President



                            CRC-II LIMITED PARTNERSHIP,
                            a Massachusetts limited partnership,

                            By:  CRC-II Corp., General Partner



                            By: -------------------------------
                               Name:   Charles W. Duddles
                               Title:  President


                             Exhibit A-4, Page 14

Exhibit A-4
FORM OF GLOBAL NOTE

               TRUSTEE'S CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICATION

          This is one of the Notes described in the within-mentioned
Indenture.

                            STATE STREET BANK AND TRUST COMPANY,
                            as Trustee



                            By:________________________________
                               Authorized Signatory


DATED:  ____________, 199__


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Exhibit A-4
FORM OF GLOBAL NOTE

                     ASSIGNMENT FORM


          FOR VALUE RECEIVED, the undersigned hereby assign(s) and
transfer(s) unto

               _______________________________________
               (PLEASE INSERT SOCIAL SECURITY OR OTHER
               IDENTIFYING NUMBER OF ASSIGNEE)

___________________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________
(Print or typewrite name and address including postal zip code of assignee)

the within Note and all rights thereunder, and hereby irrevocably appoints
__________________________ attorney-in-fact, with full power of substitution,
to transfer said Note on the books of the Issuer.

Dated: ___________


                     Signature:_______________________________________________
                               NOTICE: The name on this assignment must
                                        correspond with the name as written
                                        upon the first page of the written
                                        instrument in every particular,
                                        without alteration or enlargement, or
                                        any change whatever.




Signature Guarantee:_______________________



                             Exhibit A-4, Page 16

Exhibit A-4
FORM OF GLOBAL NOTE

                 SCHEDULE OF CHANGES TO PRINCIPAL AMOUNT


                             Exhibit A-4, Page 17

                                                     Exhibit 4.3
                                   GUARANTY
                         (CRC-II Limited Partnership)

                 This Guaranty ("Guaranty") is entered into as of December 15,
1993 by the undersigned (the "Guarantor") in favor of and for the benefit of
State Street Bank and Trust Company, as trustee (the "Indenture Trustee") and
the holders of the Issuer Notes (the "Noteholders") under that certain
Indenture described in the recitals below.  The Indenture Trustee and the
Noteholders are referred to collectively herein as the "Beneficiaries."  All
capitalized terms used herein but not specifically defined shall have the
respective meanings given to such terms in the Indenture.

                                   RECITALS

                 A.   FM 1993A Corp., a Delaware corporation ("Issuer") is a
corporation which has been established for the sole purpose of issuing
certain notes (the "Issuer Notes") pursuant to that certain Indenture (the
"Indenture"), dated as of December 15, 1993, between Issuer and the Indenture
Trustee, and to use the proceeds from such issuance of the Issuer Notes to,
among other things, purchase certain promissory notes (collectively, the
"Mortgage Notes") now or hereafter issued by Guarantor and CRC-I Limited
Partnership, a Massachusetts limited partnership ("CRC-I") pursuant to Note
Purchase Agreements between Issuer and Guarantor and between Issuer and CRC-
I.  Guarantor and CRC-I are also referred to herein individually as a "CRC
Partnership" and collectively as the "CRC Partnerships."

                 B.   Concurrently with the execution and delivery of this
Guaranty, Issuer has issued and sold the Issuer Notes and has pledged and
assigned to the Indenture Trustee, for the benefit of the Noteholders, the
Mortgage Notes and all collateral pledged to Issuer in connection with the
Mortgage Notes.  The principal and interest payments on the Issuer Notes will
be serviced by payment of the Mortgage Notes.

                 C.   Guarantor anticipates benefiting directly and indirectly
from the issuance and sale of the Issuer Notes by Issuer and is, therefore,
willing to guarantee the obligations of Issuer thereunder in accordance with
the terms hereof.

                 In consideration of the above Recitals and for other good and
valuable consideration, the receipt and adequacy of which are hereby
acknowledged, the parties hereto hereby agree as follows:


                 1.   Guaranty of Indebtedness.  As set forth in this
Guaranty, Guarantor unconditionally guarantees the full payment of the
Indebtedness (as hereafter defined) when due, upon maturity, acceleration or
otherwise, and unconditionally agrees to pay the full amount of the
Indebtedness.  This is a guaranty of payment, not of

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collection.  If Issuer defaults in the payment when due of the Indebtedness
or any part of it, Guarantor shall in lawful money of the United States pay
to the Beneficiaries or to order, on demand, all of the Indebtedness.

                 2.   Definition of Indebtedness.  "Indebtedness" as used
herein shall mean all principal, interest, fees, charges, prepayment
premiums, penalties, expenses, payments, and all other amounts due from
Issuer from time to time under the Indenture on or with respect to the Issuer
Notes, whether now existing or hereafter arising, whether by reason of
amendment or otherwise, whether due or to become due, absolute or contingent,
liquidated or unliquidated, whether Guarantor may be liable individually or
jointly with others.

                 3.   Unconditional Guaranty.  Subject to the conditions set
forth in Section 13 of this Guaranty, the liability of Guarantor under this
Guaranty in respect of the Indebtedness shall be absolute and unconditional,
and shall not be affected or released in any way, irrespective of:

                      a.   any lack of validity or enforceability of the
Issuer Notes, the Mortgage Notes, the Indenture, or any other agreement or
instrument relating thereto (such documents and instruments, the "Transaction
Documents");

                      b.   any change in the time, manner or place of payment
of, or in any other term of, all or any of the Indebtedness or amendment or
waiver of, or any consent to any departure from, any Transaction Document,
including, without limitation, any increase in the Indebtedness or other
obligations of Issuer under the Indenture and any transfer by Guarantor of
its interest in any one or more of the Properties encumbered as collateral
for the Mortgage Notes;

                      c.   any enforcement of any Transaction Document,
including the taking, holding or sale of any collateral, or any termination
of or release of any collateral from the liens created by any Transaction
Document or the non-perfection of any liens created by any Transaction
Document;

                      d.   any change, restructuring or termination of the
corporate or partnership structure or existence, as the case may be, of
Issuer or either CRC Partnership; or

                      e.   the Issuer or either CRC Partnership becoming the
subject of any bankruptcy, insolvency, arrangement, reorganization, or other
debtor-relief proceeding under any federal or state law, whether now existing
or later to be enacted.

                 4.   Separate Obligation.  Except to the extent provided in
Section 13 of this Guaranty, the obligations hereunder are independent of the
obligations of Issuer or any other guarantor, and a separate

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action or actions may be brought and prosecuted against Guarantor whether
action is brought against either Issuer or any other guarantor or whether
either Issuer or any other guarantor be joined in any such action or actions.

                 5.   Additional Rights of Beneficiaries.  Guarantor
authorizes the Beneficiaries without notice or demand and without affecting
its liability hereunder, from time to time, whether before or after
termination of this Guaranty, to (a) renew, compromise, extend, accelerate or
otherwise change the time for payment of the obligations of Issuer under the
Indenture or any part thereof; (b) take and hold security for the payment of
this Guaranty or the Indebtedness, and exchange, enforce, waive, release,
fail to perfect, sell, or otherwise dispose of any such security; (c) apply
such security and direct the order or manner of sale thereof; and (d) release
or substitute any one or more endorsers or guarantors.

                 6.   Waivers of Defenses.  Guarantor hereby waives, to the
fullest extent permitted by applicable law: (a) promptness, diligence, notice
of acceptance and any other notice with respect to any of the Indebtedness or
any other obligations under the Transaction Documents or this Guaranty;
(b) any requirement that any of the Beneficiaries or any other person
protect, secure or insure any lien on any security interest in or collateral
or other property subject thereto or exhaust any right or take any action
against either Issuer or any other person or any collateral or pursue any
other remedy in such Beneficiary's power to pursue; (c) any defense arising
by reason of any claim or defense based upon any election of remedies by the
Beneficiaries which in any manner impairs, reduces, releases or otherwise
adversely affects its subrogation, contribution or reimbursement rights or
other rights to proceed against either Issuer or any other person or any
collateral; (d) any duty on the part of any of the Beneficiaries to disclose
to Guarantor any matter, fact or thing relating to the business, operation or
condition of either Issuer or any other party to any of the Transaction
Documents and Issuer's assets now known or hereafter known by such
Beneficiary; (e) all presentments, demands for performance, notices of
nonperformance, protests, notices of protest, notices of dishonor, and
notices of acceptance of this Guaranty and of the existence, creation, or
incurrence of new or additional Indebtedness; (f) all statutes of limitations
as a defense to any action or proceeding brought against Guarantor by any
Beneficiary; (g) any defense based on any legal disability of Issuer, any
discharge or limitation of the liability of Issuer to any Beneficiary,
whether consensual or arising by operation of law or any bankruptcy,
reorganization, receivership, insolvency, or debtor-relief proceeding, or
from any other cause, or any claim that Guarantor's obligations exceed or are
more burdensome than those of Issuer; (h) any defense based on or arising out
of any defense that Issuer may have to the payment or performance under the
Issuer Notes or the Indenture or any part of them; and (i) all rights to

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participate in any security now or later held by any Beneficiary for the
Issuer Notes, regardless of whether Guarantor may have made any payments to
such Beneficiary or for such security.

                 7.   Waivers of Subrogation and Other Rights.

                      a.   Guarantor hereby irrevocably waives any claim or
other rights which it may now or hereafter acquire against either Issuer or
any other guarantor of any or all of the Indebtedness, whether due or to
become due, voluntary or involuntary, absolute or contingent, liquidated or
unliquidated, determined or undetermined, including, without limitation, any
right of subrogation, reimbursement, exoneration, contribution,
indemnification, any right to participate in any claim or remedy of any
Beneficiary against either Issuer or any such guarantor or any collateral
which any Beneficiary now has or hereafter acquires, whether or not such
claim, remedy or right arises in equity, or under contract, statute or common
law, including without limitation, the right to take or receive from Issuer,
directly or indirectly, in cash or other property or by set-off or in any
other manner, payment or security on account of such claim or other rights.
If any amount shall be paid to Guarantor in violation of the preceding
sentence and the Indebtedness shall not have been paid in full, such amount
shall be deemed to have been paid to Guarantor for the benefit of, and held
in trust for the benefit of, the Beneficiaries and shall forthwith be paid to
the Beneficiaries to be credited and applied to the Indebtedness, whether
matured or unmatured, in accordance with the terms of the Indenture.
Guarantor acknowledges that it will receive direct and indirect benefits from
the sale of the Issuer Notes contemplated by the Indenture and that the
waiver set forth in this Section 7 is knowingly made in contemplation of such
benefits.

                      b.   Upon a default by Issuer, the Beneficiaries in
their sole discretion, without prior notice to or consent of Guarantor, and
as provided in the Indenture, may elect to foreclose either judicially or
nonjudicially against any real or personal property security any of them may
hold for the Issuer Notes, or accept an assignment of any such security in
lieu of foreclosure, or compromise or adjust the Issuer Notes or any of them
or make any other accommodation with Issuer, Guarantor or any other guarantor
of the Indebtedness, or exercise any other remedy against Issuer or any
security.  No such action by the Beneficiaries shall release or limit the
liability of Guarantor, who shall remain liable under this Guaranty after the
action, even if the effect of the action is to impair or destroy any ability
that Guarantor may have to seek reimbursement, contribution or
indemnification from Issuer or others based on any right Guarantor may have
of subrogation, reimbursement, contribution, or indemnification for any
amounts paid by Guarantor under this Guaranty.  Guarantor further understands
and acknowledges that in the absence of this waiver, such potential
impairment or destruction of Guarantor's rights, if any, may entitle
Guarantor to assert certain defenses to this Guaranty and that, by executing
this Guaranty, Guarantor freely, irrevocably and

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unconditionally: (i) waives and relinquishes that defense and agrees that
Guarantor will be fully liable under this Guaranty even though the
Beneficiaries may foreclose judicially or nonjudicially against any real
property security for the Notes; (ii) agrees that Guarantor will not assert
that defense in any action or proceeding which the Beneficiaries may commence
to enforce this Guaranty; and (iii) acknowledges and agrees that the
Beneficiaries are relying on this waiver in entering into the Indenture and
purchasing the Notes, and that this waiver is a material part of the
consideration which the Beneficiaries are receiving for entering into the
Indenture and purchasing the Notes.  Guarantor expressly agrees that under no
circumstances shall it be deemed to have any right, title, interest or claim
in or to any real or personal property to be held by Beneficiaries or any
third party after any foreclosure or assignment in lieu of foreclosure of any
security for the Issuer Notes.

                 8.   Revival and Reinstatement.  Guarantor agrees that, to
the extent that either Issuer or Guarantor makes a payment or payments to the
Beneficiaries, or the Beneficiaries receive any proceeds of collateral, which
payment or payments or any part thereof are subsequently invalidated,
declared to be fraudulent or preferential, set aside or otherwise required to
be repaid to either Issuer, its estate, trustee, receiver or any other party,
including, without limitation, under any bankruptcy law, state or federal
law, common law or equitable cause, then to the extent of such payment or
repayment, the obligation or part thereof which has been paid, reduced or
satisfied by such amount shall be reinstated and continued in full force and
effect as of the date such initial payment, reduction or satisfaction
occurred.  Guarantor shall defend and indemnify the Beneficiaries from and
against any claim or loss under this Section 8 (including reasonable
attorneys' fees and expenses for both outside and staff counsel) in the
defense of any such action or suit.

                 9.   Issuer's Financial Condition.  Guarantor acknowledges
and agrees that it shall have the sole responsibility for obtaining from
Issuer such information concerning Issuer's financial condition or business
operations as Guarantor may require, and that the Beneficiaries have no duty
at any time to disclose to Guarantor any information relating to the business
operations or financial condition of Issuer.

                 10.  Subordination of Guarantor's Rights.  To the extent that
the waivers set forth in Section 7 are or are deemed to be ineffective or
inapplicable, any obligations of Issuer to Guarantor, now or hereafter
existing, are hereby subordinated to the Indebtedness.  If the Beneficiaries
so request, after the occurrence of an Event of Default (as defined in the
Indenture), such obligations of Issuer to Guarantor shall be enforced and
performance received by Guarantor as trustee for the Beneficiaries and the
proceeds thereof shall be paid over to the Beneficiaries on account of the
Indebtedness, but without reducing or affecting in any manner the liability
of Guarantor under the other provisions of this Guaranty.

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                 11.  Assignment; Disclosure of Information.  The
Beneficiaries may, without notice to Guarantor and without affecting
Guarantor's obligations hereunder, assign this Guaranty, in whole or in part
in accordance with the provisions of the Indenture.  Guarantor agrees that
the Beneficiaries may, subject to the provisions of the Indenture, disclose
to any prospective purchaser and any purchaser of all or part of the
Indebtedness any and all information in the Beneficiaries' possession
concerning Guarantor, this Guaranty and any security for this Guaranty.

                 12.  Attorneys' Fees.  Subject to Section 13 of this
Guaranty, Guarantor agrees to pay all reasonable attorneys' fees and expenses
(for both outside and staff counsel) and all other fees and expenses which
may be incurred by the Beneficiaries in the enforcement of this Guaranty.
Any attorneys' fees and expenses of in-house or staff counsel shall be based
on a billing for legal services actually rendered on an hourly basis and at a
reasonable hourly rate.

                 13.  Non-Recourse to General Partner.  The Beneficiaries
agree that neither the general partner of Guarantor (the "GP Entity"), nor
any partner, officer, director, shareholder or employee of either Guarantor
or the GP Entity (collectively, the "Nonrecourse Parties") shall be
personally liable for the payment of any sums now or hereafter owing to the
Beneficiaries under the terms of, or for the performance of any obligation
contained in, this Guaranty.  The Beneficiaries agree that their rights
hereunder shall be limited to proceeding against Guarantor and that they
shall have no right to proceed against the Nonrecourse Parties for (i) the
satisfaction of any monetary obligation of, or enforcement of any monetary
claim against, Guarantor, (ii) the performance of any obligation, covenant or
agreement arising under this Guaranty, or (iii) any deficiency judgment
remaining after foreclosure of any personal property securing the obligations
hereunder.  Nothing under this Section 13 shall be construed to limit the
liability of the Nonrecourse Parties under the CRC Loans (subject to the
nonrecourse provisions contained in the Transaction Documents).

                 14.  Choice of Law.  This Guaranty shall be governed by and
construed according to the laws of the State of New York without regard to
principles of conflicts of law.  Any legal action or proceeding with respect
to this Guaranty may be instituted in the courts of the State of New York,
the United District Court for the Southern District of New York, or
elsewhere, as the Beneficiaries may elect, and by execution and delivery of
this Guaranty, Guarantor irrevocably and unconditionally waives (i) any
objection it may now or hereafter have to the laying of venue in any such
courts, (ii) any claim that any action or proceeding brought in any of such
courts has been brought in an inconvenient forum, and (iii) any rights,
entitlement or privilege which Guarantor or its property might otherwise have
not to be subject to such actions or proceedings by reason of sovereign
immunity or otherwise.  Guarantor agrees that so long as Guarantor shall be
obligated to the Beneficiaries under this Guaranty, Guarantor shall maintain
duly appointed agents

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satisfactory to Beneficiaries for the service of process in New York, and
shall keep the Beneficiaries advised in writing of the identification and
location of such agents.  The failure of such agents to give notice to
Guarantor of any such service shall not impair or affect the validity of such
service or of any judgment rendered in any action or proceeding based
thereon.

                 15.  Complete Agreement.  This Guaranty embodies the entire
agreement and understanding between the parties hereto and supersedes all
prior agreements and understandings relating to the subject matter hereof.

                 16.  Delay; Cumulative Remedies.  No delay or failure by any
of the Beneficiaries to exercise any right or remedy against the Issuer,
Guarantor or any other guarantor will be construed as a waiver of that right
or remedy.  All remedies of the Beneficiaries against the Issuer, Guarantor
and any other guarantors are cumulative.

                 17.  Successors and Assigns.  The provisions of this Guaranty
will bind and benefit the endorsees, transferees, successors and assigns of
Guarantor and Beneficiaries.

                 18.  Severability.  In the event any one or more of the
provisions contained in this Guaranty shall for any reason be held to be
invalid, illegal or unenforceable in any respect, such invalidity, illegality
and unenforceable provision shall not affect any other provision of this
Guaranty, but this Guaranty shall be construed as if such invalid, illegal or
unenforceable provision had never been contained herein.

                 19.  Counterparts.  This Guaranty may be executed in any
number of counterparts, all of which together shall constitute one and the
same instrument.


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                 Guarantor has executed this Guaranty as of the date and year
first written above.



                                           Guarantor:

                                           CRC-II Limited Partnership,
                                           a Massachusetts limited partnership


                                           By: CRC-II Corp.,
                                           a Massachusetts corporation,
                                           its sole general partner



                                           By:     CHARLES DUDDLES
                                                   -------------------
                                           Name:      Charles Duddles
                                           Title:        President
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                                                          Exhibit 4.4
CRC-I
Location: ____________________
State:  ______________________

Recording Requested By
And When Recorded Mail To:


State Street Bank and Trust
  Company
One Heritage Drive
North Quincy, Massachusetts 02171
Attn:  Andrew Sinasky

_______________________________________________________________________
                     (Space above line for Recorder's use)


                   ASSIGNMENT OF LESSOR'S INTEREST IN LEASES


                 THIS ASSIGNMENT OF LESSOR'S INTEREST IN LEASES, dated as of
December 15, 1993 (herein, together with all supplements and amendments
hereto, this "Assignment"), is made and delivered by CRC-I LIMITED
PARTNERSHIP, a Massachusetts limited partnership ("Owner"), to FM 1993A
CORP., a Delaware corporation (herein, together with its successors and
assigns, "Assignee").

                                   RECITALS

                 A.   Pursuant to a Note Purchase Agreement, Assignee is
purchasing from Owner that certain Promissory Note issued or to be issued by
Owner thereunder, in the principal amount of $30,172,952 (the "Mortgage
Note") in connection with a number of properties (collectively, and including
any Substitute Property subject to (and as such term is defined in) the
Master Lease described below, the "Properties") an estate for years in which
is being acquired by Owner from Foodmaker, Inc., a Delaware corporation
("Foodmaker"), which Properties are more particularly described in and are
being or will hereafter be leased to Foodmaker pursuant to a Master Lease,
dated as of December 15, 1993, between Owner, as Lessor, and Foodmaker, as
Lessee, as the same may be amended or supplemented from time to time (the
"Master Lease").  The Mortgage Note and Owner's obligations under the
Mortgage Note Documents (as defined in the Mortgage Note) are secured by,
among other things, the Note Mortgages (as defined in the Mortgage Note) now
or hereafter executed by Owner or Foodmaker, and the Other Note Mortgages (as
defined in the Mortgage Note) now or hereafter executed by Other Owner (as
hereinafter defined) or Foodmaker (the Note Mortgages and the Other Note
Mortgages are referred to herein collectively as the "Mortgages").  In order
to induce Assignee to purchase the Mortgage Note, Owner is entering into the
undertakings
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herein set forth with Assignee and is assigning all of Owner's estate, right,
title and interest in and to the Leases and the Rents, Profits and Proceeds
(as hereinafter defined) to Assignee.  

                 B.   The real property described in Exhibit A attached hereto
is one of the Properties covered by the Master Lease and all references herein
to the "Properties" shall include any one or more of the Properties,
individually or collectively, including the real property described in Exhibit
A.  Duplicate originals of this Assignment are being recorded with respect to
each of the Properties.  A Short Form of Master Lease, Notice of
Non-Responsibility, and Subordination and Recognition Agreement (each, a
"Memorandum of Lease"), executed by Owner, as Lessor, and Foodmaker, as Lessee,
is being or will be recorded in respect of each of the Properties.  As used
herein, the term "Master Lease" shall include, collectively, the Master Lease
and each Memorandum of Lease.  

                 C.   Pursuant to a Note Purchase Agreement, Assignee is also
purchasing from CRC-II Limited Partnership, a Massachusetts limited
partnership (the "Other Owner"), that certain Promissory Note issued or to be
issued by Other Owner thereunder, in the principal amount of $39,827,048 (the
"Other Mortgage Note;" the Mortgage Note and the Other Mortgage Note are
referred to herein collectively as the "Notes"), in connection with a number
of properties (collectively, and including any Substitute Property subjected
to (and as such term is defined in) the Other Master Lease described below,
the "Other Properties"), now or hereafter being acquired by Other Owner from
Foodmaker.  The Other Properties are more particularly described in and are
being leased to Foodmaker pursuant to a Master Lease, dated as of
December 15, 1993, between Other Owner, as Lessor, and Foodmaker, as Lessee
(the "Other Master Lease").  Other Owner is also a party to the Mortgage Note
Documents (as defined in the Other Mortgage Note); such Mortgage Note
Documents are referred to herein as the "Other Mortgage Note Documents."

                 D.   Concurrently herewith, Assignee has assigned and pledged
to State Street Bank and Trust Company, as Trustee (together with any successor
trustee appointed pursuant to the Indenture, as hereinafter defined, the
"Indenture Trustee") its interest in the Mortgage Note and the Other Mortgage
Note, including, without limitation, its interest in each of the Note Mortgages
executed by Owner or Foodmaker and this Assignment (as evidenced by a separate
assignment which is attached to and forms part of each of the Note Mortgages)
and in the Other Note Mortgages now or hereafter executed by Other Owner or
Foodmaker in connection with the Other Mortgage Note, as collateral for certain
Senior Secured Notes in the original principal amount of $70,000,000
(collectively, and together with any notes issued or to be issued in replacement
or exchange therefor, including, without limitation, notes issued in exchange
therefor pursuant to the Registration Rights Agreement referred to in the
Indenture described below, the "Issuer Notes"), issued by Assignee pursuant to
that certain Indenture, dated as
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of December 15, 1993 (together with all amendments and supplements thereto,
the "Indenture"), between Issuer and Indenture Trustee.

                 NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the foregoing and other
good and valuable consideration, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged,
Owner agrees as follows:  

                 1.   OWNER HEREBY ASSIGNS, TRANSFERS AND CONVEYS to Assignee
all of Owner's estate, right, title and interest, whether now existing or
hereafter arising, in, to and under, but none of Owner's obligations under,
the following:

                      (a)  the Master Lease and each Memorandum of Lease as
they affect all of the Properties, whether now existing or hereafter
executed;  

                      (b)  all other leases, subleases and other occupancy
agreements of any nature whether now existing or hereafter executed covering
all or any of the Properties or any portion thereof; 

                      (c)  all extensions, renewals, modifications, 
replacements or supplements of any of the foregoing in clauses (a) and (b),
and together with any and all guarantees of the obligations of the lessees
and occupants (each, including, without limitation, Foodmaker and its
successors and assigns, a "lessee") thereunder, whether now existing or
hereafter executed, and all extensions, renewals, modifications, replacements
or supplements thereof (all of the foregoing in clauses (a) and (b) being
collectively referred to herein as the "Leases" and each individually as a
"Lease");  

                      (d)  all rents, royalties, issues, profits, revenue,
income, moneys and security payable or receivable, and all other benefits and
proceeds of any of the Properties or any portion thereof, whether arising
from the use, enjoyment, sale, disposition or transfer of all or any portion
thereof from any Lease or agreement pertaining thereto now or hereafter
entered into or otherwise, including without limitation, all Basic Rent,
Special Rent, Special Sinker Rent and Additional Rent (each as defined in the
Master Lease), all Purchase Prices (as defined in the Master Lease) and other
purchase proceeds, all payments, receipts and other consideration of any sort
whatsoever payable in respect of any of the Properties or any portion thereof
under the Master Lease or any other Lease, including in respect of the Year
Nine Offer and the Offer (each as defined in the Master Lease), or any
Substitution, Purchase or Early Termination (as such terms are defined in the
Master Lease), or any exercise of the Option or the Right of First Refusal
(as such terms are defined in the Master Lease), and all claims and rights to
the payment of money at any time arising in connection with any breach of the
Master Lease by Foodmaker (including, without limitation, any claims arising
out of a breach by Foodmaker of any obligation to purchase or to make an
offer to purchase the Properties or any Property pursuant to the Master
Lease) or any
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rejection of the Master Lease by Foodmaker or a trustee of Foodmaker (or of
any other Lease by any lessee thereunder or trustee of any such lessee) under
Section 365 of the Federal Bankruptcy Code or any successor statute (the
"Bankruptcy Code"), including, without limitation, all rights to recover
damages arising out of such breach or rejection, all rights to charges
payable by Foodmaker or such trustee (or by any other lessee or trustee) in
respect of any of the Properties or any portion thereof following the entry
of an order for relief under the Bankruptcy Code in respect of Foodmaker (or
such other lessee) and all rentals and other charges outstanding under the
Master Lease (or other Lease) as of the date of entry of such order for
relief (all of the foregoing in this subparagraph (d) being referred to
herein collectively as "Rents, Profits and Proceeds"); and  

                      (e)  all rights, powers, privileges, options and other
benefits of Owner relating to the Leases and the Rents, Profits and Proceeds,
including, but not by way of limitation, (i) the immediate and continuing
right to receive and collect all Rents, Profits and Proceeds under the Leases
or pursuant to any of the provisions thereof, (ii) the right to grant any and
all waivers and enter into any and all agreements, (iii) the right to grant
or refuse requests or to give or withhold all notices, consents and releases,
(iv) the right to give all notices of default and to take any legal action
upon the occurrence of a default under the Leases, including the
commencement, conduct and consummation of proceedings at law or in equity as
shall be permitted under any provision of any Lease or by law or in equity,
(v) the right to enforce the obligations of Foodmaker under Article 30 of the
Master Lease to make the Nine Year Offer and the Offer as required
thereunder, to exercise Owner's right to deliver to Foodmaker an "Early Offer
Notice" pursuant to Article 20, paragraph (b) of the Master Lease, and to
enforce Foodmaker's obligations under each such Article, (vi) all rights of
Owner in the event of any assignment for the benefit of creditors,
bankruptcy, arrangement, reorganization, insolvency, dissolution,
receivership or other debtor-relief proceedings affecting Foodmaker or any
other lessee or guarantor or with respect to any award made to Owner in any
such proceeding (without obligation on the part of Assignee, however, to file
timely claims in such proceedings or otherwise pursue creditor's rights
therein), (vii) all rights of Owner to elect to reject, assume or assign the
Master Lease or any other Lease (as applicable) in the event of any
bankruptcy affecting Owner, and (viii) the right to do any and all other
things whatsoever which Owner is or may be entitled to do under the Leases.

                 All subsequent Leases of all or any of the Properties or any
portion thereof and all Rents, Profits and Proceeds arising therefrom shall
automatically be subject to all of the terms and conditions of this
Assignment and assigned to Assignee hereunder without the necessity of any
further action on the part of Owner, Assignee, Foodmaker, any other lessee or
the Indenture Trustee, as if the same were originally included within the
definitions of "Leases," "Rents, Profits and Proceeds" and "Properties"
contained herein.
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                 The parties intend that this Assignment shall be a present,
absolute, unconditional assignment of the Leases and the Rents, Profits and
Proceeds to Assignee to provide a source for payment of the Mortgage Note and
the Other Mortgage Note, and shall vest in the Indenture Trustee (by virtue
of the assignment by Assignee to the Indenture Trustee described in Recital D
above) the immediate, absolute, unconditional and continuing right to collect
and receive, and enforce the collection of, all Rents, Profits and Proceeds,
free and clear of all claims and demands of any person or entity whatsoever,
regardless of the occurrence or non-occurrence of any default under any
Mortgage Note Documents or the Indenture, the adequacy of the collateral for
the Mortgage Note or the Other Mortgage Note, or whether or not Assignee or
Indenture Trustee has entered upon or taken possession, or any actions
equivalent thereto, of any of the Properties, obtained appointment of a
receiver or taken any other enforcement actions under the Mortgage Note
Documents; provided, however, that the execution and delivery hereof shall
not in any way impair or diminish the obligations of Owner under the
provisions of the Leases nor shall any of the obligations contained in any
Lease be imposed upon Assignee or the Indenture Trustee.  Nothing contained
herein, nor any collection of Rents, Profits and Proceeds by Assignee or the
Indenture Trustee or by a receiver, nor any other exercise of rights or
powers hereunder by Assignee or the Indenture Trustee (including, without
limitation, any power of attorney), shall be construed to make any such party
a "mortgagee-in-possession" of any of the Properties, or obligate Assignee or
the Indenture Trustee to appear in or defend any action or proceeding, expend
any money or incur any expenses, assume or perform any obligation or assume
or discharge any liability, or take any other action, hereunder or under or
in connection with any Lease or any of the Properties.  

                 2.   OWNER WARRANTS as to each Lease now in existence, if
any:

                      (a) that each Lease is in full force and effect;

                      (b) that no default exists on the part of the lessee
thereunder or Owner;

                      (c) that no rent has been collected in advance;

                      (d) that no Lease or any interest therein has been
previously assigned or pledged;

                      (e)  that no lessee under any Lease has any defense,
setoff or counterclaim against Owner; and

                      (f)  that all rent due to date under each Lease has been
collected and no concession has been granted to any lessee in the form of a
waiver, release, reduction, discount or other alteration of rent due or to
become due.
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                 3.   OWNER HEREBY IRREVOCABLY DIRECTS AND AUTHORIZES
Foodmaker and any other lessee and guarantor to pay all Rents, Profits and
Proceeds now due or hereafter due directly to the Indenture Trustee in
accordance with the written instructions of the Indenture Trustee from time
to time, and to rely upon and comply with any notice or demand by the
Indenture Trustee for the payment to the Indenture Trustee of any Rents,
Profits and Proceeds due or to become due or in connection with the exercise
of any other right, power, benefit or remedy available to Owner under any
Lease.  This Assignment shall constitute a direction to and full authority to
Foodmaker and any other lessee under any Lease and each guarantor of any
Lease to immediately and continuously pay all Rents, Profits and Proceeds
directly to the Indenture Trustee and to acknowledge the assignment to
Assignee and the reassignment by Assignee to the Indenture Trustee of all of
Owner's rights, powers, benefits and remedies under the Leases without regard
to the occurrence or non-occurrence of any default and without other notice
or direction.  Owner nevertheless hereby authorizes Assignee and Indenture
Trustee to give separate written notice of this Assignment to any lessees or
guarantors.  Owner agrees that Foodmaker and any other lessee making any
payment to the Indenture Trustee in reliance on this Assignment or any
separate notice or demand from Assignee shall be fully protected, and Owner
will make no claim against Foodmaker or any other lessee to the extent of
such payments.  Owner agrees that this assignment and the designation and
direction to Foodmaker and each other lessee and guarantor set forth herein
are irrevocable, and that it will not take any action under any Lease which
is inconsistent with this Assignment, or make any other assignment,
designation or direction inconsistent therewith, and that any assignment,
designation or direction inconsistent therewith shall be void.  Owner will,
from time to time upon the request of Assignee or the Indenture Trustee,
execute all instruments of further assurance and all such supplemental
instruments with respect to this Assignment as the Assignee or the Indenture
Trustee may specify, subject, however, to the provisions of Section 15
hereof.

                 4.   OWNER AGREES WITH RESPECT TO EACH LEASE:

                      (a)  If any Lease provides for a security deposit paid
by the lessee to Owner, this Assignment transfers to the Assignee (and to the
Indenture Trustee, as its assignee) all of Owner's right, title and interest
in and to such security deposit; provided that, neither Assignee nor the
Indenture Trustee shall have any obligation to the lessee with respect to
such security deposit.

                      (b)  Owner shall not grant any concessions in connection
with any Lease.

                      (c)  Owner shall not discount any future accruing Rents,
Profits and Proceeds or collect any Rents, Profits and Proceeds in advance of
the date on which they become due.
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                      (d)  Owner shall not cancel or terminate any Lease or
accept a surrender thereof.  

                      (e)  Owner shall not modify, amend, supplement or
otherwise change any Lease, either orally or in writing, without the prior
written consent of the Indenture Trustee in each instance.  Subject to the
foregoing, Owner shall deliver promptly to Assignee and the Indenture
Trustee, true, correct and complete copies of each Lease and all amendments,
modifications, supplements, exhibits or addenda thereto executed or arising
after the date hereof.

                      (f)  Owner shall notify Assignee and the Indenture
Trustee of any assignment or subletting under any Lease.

                      (g)  Owner shall not execute any further assignment of
any of the Leases, Rents, Profits and Proceeds or any interest therein or
suffer or permit any such assignment to occur by operation of law or
otherwise.

                 (h)  (i)  If any Year Nine Offer or Offer is made or deemed
        made by Foodmaker under Article 30 of the Master Lease (including,
        without limitation, any such Offer made as a result of the
        designation of an "Early Offer Date" pursuant to the Master Lease),
        Owner shall accept such Year Nine Offer or Offer and shall comply
        with all of its obligations under said Article 30 and under Article
        28 of the Master Lease with respect to the conveyance of Owner's
        interest in the applicable Properties to Foodmaker unless Owner has
        paid to the Indenture Trustee, at least five (5) business days prior
        to the last day for the rejection of such Year Nine Offer or Offer in
        accordance with the Master Lease, in immediately available funds (A)
        in the case of the Year Nine Offer, the Allocable Principal Balances
        (as defined in the Mortgage Note) attributable to the Units (as so
        defined) included within the Year Nine Units (as defined in the
        Master Lease) and such additional amounts as may be required to be
        deposited in the Equity Collection Account (as defined in the
        Indenture) pursuant to the Mortgage Note, and (B) in the case of the
        Offer, the outstanding principal balance of the Mortgage Note, all
        accrued and unpaid interest thereon, any premium due in connection
        therewith, and all other sums due under the Mortgage Note Documents
        and the Indenture.  Any attempted rejection of any such offer in
        violation of the foregoing shall be null and void and of no force or
        effect.

                      (ii)  If Foodmaker exercises its Year Nine Option or
        its Option under Article 31 of the Master Lease to purchase Owner's
        interest in any of the Properties, Owner shall comply with all of its
        obligations under said Article 31 and under Article 28 of the Master
        Lease with respect to the conveyance of Owner's interest in such
        Properties to Foodmaker; provided that nothing contained herein shall
        be construed as waiving or limiting the restrictions set forth in
        said Article 31 upon the purchase price payable by Foodmaker in
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        connection with any such Option or any of the conditions to the
        ability of Foodmaker to consummate such purchase set forth therein.

                      (iii)  If any Early Termination Election (as defined in
        the Master Lease) is made by Foodmaker under Article 37 of the Master
        Lease with respect to any one or more Terminated Units (as defined in
        the Mortgage Note), Owner shall accept the Lessee's Early Termination
        Offer (as defined in the Master Lease) and shall comply with all of
        its obligations under said Article 37, Article 28 and Schedule K of
        the Master Lease with respect to the conveyance of Owner's interest
        in the applicable Terminated Units to Foodmaker unless Owner has paid
        to the Indenture Trustee, at least five (5) business days prior to
        the last day for the delivery of a Notice of Rejection of Termination
        Offer in accordance with the Master Lease, in immediately available
        funds, an amount equal to the Early Termination Payment for such
        Terminated Unit and has deposited with the Indenture Trustee for
        deposit in the Equity Collection Account (as defined in the
        Indenture) such additional sums as may be required to be deposited
        therein as set forth in the Mortgage Note.  Any attempted rejection
        of any such Early Termination Election by Lessor in violation of the
        foregoing shall be null and void and of no force or effect.

                      (i)  Subject at all times to the terms and conditions
of this Assignment, Owner shall faithfully perform and discharge all of its
obligations under the Master Lease and all other Leases and enforce the
Master Lease and all other Leases and all remedies available to Owner against
Foodmaker and any other lessee in the case of default under any Lease by
Foodmaker or any other lessee, subject to the assignment of the rights to
enforce such Leases provided for herein.  Without limiting the foregoing, Owner
shall enforce Foodmaker's obligations under Article 30 of the Master Lease to
make the Year Nine Offer or Offer as required thereunder, unless Owner has paid
to the Indenture Trustee, at least five (5) business days prior to the last day
for the rejection of such Offer in accordance with the Master Lease, in
immediately available funds, (A) in the case of the Year Nine Offer, the
Allocable Principal Balances attributable to the Units included within the Year
Nine Units and such additional amounts as may be required to be deposited in the
Equity Collection Account pursuant to the Mortgage Note, and (B) in the case of
the Offer, the outstanding principal balance of the Mortgage Note, all accrued
and unpaid interest thereon, any premium due in connection therewith, and all
other sums due under the Mortgage Note Documents and the Indenture.

                      (j)  Owner shall deliver to Assignee and the Indenture
Trustee, promptly upon request, duly executed estoppel certificates from
Foodmaker or any other lessee under any Lease as required by Assignee or the
Indenture Trustee in such form as may be required under such Lease.

                      (k)  Each Lease shall remain in full force and effect
despite any merger of the interest of Owner and any lessee thereunder.
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In no event shall any transfer or conveyance of any of the Properties to a
lessee operate to release or relieve Owner of any liability to Assignee
unless Assignee specifically agrees otherwise in writing.

                      (l)  Owner shall not request, consent to, agree to or
accept a subordination of any Lease to any mortgage, deed of trust or other
encumbrance, or any other lease, now or hereafter affecting any of the
Properties or any part thereof, or suffer or permit conversion of any Lease
to a sublease.

                      (m)  Owner shall give prompt written notice to Assignee
and the Indenture Trustee of any notice of Owner's default received from any
lessee or any other person and furnish Assignee and the Indenture Trustee
with a complete copy of said notice.  Owner shall appear in and defend, at no
cost to Assignee, any action or proceeding arising under or in any manner
connected with any Lease.  If requested by Assignee, Owner shall enforce each
Lease and all remedies available to Owner against the lessee in the case of
default under the Lease by the lessee.

                      (n)  Subject to the terms of each Memorandum of Lease
and the Indenture, nothing herein shall be construed to impose any liability
or obligation on Assignee or the Indenture Trustee under or with respect to
any Lease by reason of or arising out of the assignment hereunder, nor shall
Assignee or the Indenture Trustee be required or obligated in any manner to
perform or fulfill any obligations of Owner under the Lease or pursuant to
any Mortgage Note Documents or Indenture Documents to make any payment, or to
make any inquiry as to the nature or sufficiency of any payment received by
it, or present or file any claim, or take any action to collect or enforce
the payment of any amounts which may have been assigned to it or to which it
may be entitled at any time.  Owner shall indemnify, defend, protect and hold
Assignee, the Indenture Trustee and their respective shareholders, partners,
officers, directors, representatives, agents, employees, successors and
assigns (collectively, the "Indemnified Parties"), harmless from and against
any and all expenses, losses, claims, damages and liabilities, including,
without limitation, attorneys' fees and expenses of both outside and staff
counsel (collectively and severally, "Losses") incurred by or assessed
against any Indemnified Party under any Lease or by reason of this Assignment
(including, without limitation, costs and expenses incurred pursuant to
Sections 5 or 6 hereof), and of and from any and all claims and demands
whatsoever which may be asserted against any Indemnified Party by reason of
any alleged obligations to be performed or discharged by Owner or any
Indemnified Party under any Lease or this Assignment.  Should any Indemnified
Party incur a Loss under any Lease or under or by reason of this Assignment,
Owner shall immediately upon demand reimburse such Indemnified Party for the
amount thereof together with all attorneys' fees and expenses (of both
outside and staff counsel) incurred by or assessed against such Indemnified
Party.  All of the foregoing sums shall bear interest until paid at the
Overdue Rate (as defined in the Mortgage Note).
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                 If an Indemnified Party notifies Owner of any Loss, demand,
action, investigation, administrative or legal proceeding, or allegation as
to which the indemnity provided for in this Section 4(n) applies, Owner shall
assume on behalf of the Indemnified Party and conduct with due diligence and
in good faith the investigation and defense thereof and the response thereto
with counsel selected by Owner but reasonably satisfactory to the Indemnified
Party; provided, that the Indemnified Party shall have the right to be
represented by advisory counsel of its own selection and at its own expense;
and provided further, that if any such loss, demand, action, investigation,
proceeding, allegation or liability involves both Owner and the Indemnified
Party and the Indemnified Party shall have reasonably concluded that there
may be legal defenses available to it which are inconsistent with or in
addition to those available to Owner, then the Indemnified Party shall have
the right to select separate counsel to participate in the investigation and
defense of and response to such loss, demand, action, investigation,
proceeding, allegation or liability on its own behalf and Owner shall pay or
reimburse the Indemnified Party for all attorney's fees and disbursements
incurred by the Indemnified Party because of the selection of such separate
counsel.  

                 If any Loss, demand, action, investigation, proceeding or
allegation arises as to which the indemnity provided for in this Section 4(n)
applies, and Owner fails to assume promptly (and in any event within fifteen
(15) days after having knowledge of the same) the defense of the Indemnified
Party, then the Indemnified Party may (but shall not be obligated to) contest
(without prior notice to or consent of Owner) the Loss, demand, action,
investigation, proceeding or allegation at Owner's expense using counsel
selected by the Indemnified Party or the Indemnified Party may settle or pay
in full the amount of any such claim (without prior notice to or consent from
Owner), without releasing Owner from any obligations to each Indemnified
Party under this Section 4(n), if in the written opinion of counsel to the
Indemnified Party, the settlement or payment in full is advisable.

                 The rights of each Indemnified Party under this Section 4(n)
shall be in addition to any other rights and remedies of such Indemnified
Party against Owner under the Mortgage Note Documents.

                 5.   OWNER HEREBY GRANTS TO ASSIGNEE AND INDENTURE TRUSTEE
THE FOLLOWING RIGHTS:

                      (a)  Assignee (or, at Indenture Trustee's option,
Indenture Trustee) shall be deemed to be the creditor of each lessee in
respect of any assignments for the benefit of creditors and any bankruptcy,
arrangement, reorganization, insolvency, dissolution, receivership or other
debtor-relief proceedings affecting such lessee (without obligation on the
part of Assignee or Indenture Trustee, however, to file timely claims in such
proceedings or otherwise pursue creditor's rights therein).  Without limiting
the foregoing, Assignee or
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Indenture Trustee shall be entitled and empowered (but shall not be
obligated) by intervention in such proceedings or otherwise:

         (i)        to file and prove a claim or claims for the whole amount
        owing and unpaid in respect of any such Lease and to file such other
        papers or documents as may be necessary or advisable in order to have
        such claims allowed in any such proceedings;

        (ii)        unless prohibited by applicable law and regulations, to
        vote on behalf of Owner in any election of a trustee or a standby
        trustee in arrangement, reorganization, liquidation, or other
        bankruptcy or insolvency proceedings or person performing similar
        functions in comparable proceedings; and

       (iii)        to collect and receive any monies or other property
        payable to or deliverable on any such claims.

                      (b)  Assignee shall have the right to assign Owner's
right, title and interest in the Leases to any subsequent holder of any
Mortgage or any participating interest therein (including, without
limitation, the Indenture Trustee) or to any person acquiring title to any
the Properties or any part thereof through foreclosure or otherwise.  Any
subsequent assignee shall have all the rights and powers herein provided to
Assignee.  Owner acknowledges and consents to the assignment of Assignee's
rights under this Assignment from Assignee to the Indenture Trustee,
including, without limitation, the immediate and continuing right to make
claim for, receive and collect all Rents, Profits and Proceeds payable or
receivable with respect to any of the Properties, to make all waivers and
enter into any and all agreements, to grant or refuse requests, to give or
withhold notices, consents and releases, to exercise remedies and bring
proceedings under the Leases or for the specific or other enforcement thereof
or with respect thereto, in the name of Owner or otherwise, and to execute
and deliver, in the name and on behalf of Owner, as agent and attorney-in-
fact, any and all instruments in connection therewith, including appropriate
instruments of conveyance, and to do any and all things which Owner is or may
be entitled to do thereunder; provided that no obligation of Owner under the
provisions of any Leases or with respect thereto shall be imposed upon
Assignee or the Indenture Trustee.  Without limiting the foregoing, until
such time as the pledge of this Assignment is released in writing by the
Indenture Trustee in accordance with the Indenture, the Indenture Trustee
shall have the sole right to exercise all rights, powers, privileges,
options, benefits and remedies of Assignee hereunder.

                      (c)  Assignee shall have the right (but not the
obligation), upon any failure of Owner to perform any of its agreements
hereunder and without releasing Owner from any obligation hereunder or under
any Mortgage Note Documents, to take any action as Assignee may deem
necessary or appropriate to protect its security, including, but not limited
to, appearing in any action or proceeding and performing any
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obligations of the lessor under any Lease, and Owner agrees to pay, on
demand, all costs and expenses (including, without limitation, attorneys'
fees and expenses of both outside and staff counsel) incurred by Assignee in
connection therewith, together with interest thereon at the Overdue  Rate.
Any such amounts not paid upon demand shall be added to the indebtedness
evidenced by the Mortgage Note and shall be secured by each of the Note
Mortgages and Other Note Mortgages.

                 Neither the acceptance of this Assignment nor the collection
of any Rents, Profits and Proceeds or other sums payable hereunder shall
constitute a waiver of any rights of Assignee or the Indenture Trustee under
the Mortgage Note Documents or of any collateral for the Notes or the Issuer
Notes.

                      (d)  Upon the occurrence of an Event of Default under
any of the Mortgage Note Documents, Assignee shall have the following rights
(none of which shall be construed to be obligations of Assignee):

                    (i)     Assignee shall have the right to apply the Rents,
        Profits and Proceeds and any sums recovered by Assignee pursuant to
        Paragraph 4(a) hereof to Owner's outstanding indebtedness to Assignee
        under the Mortgage Note Documents and Other Owner's indebtedness
        under the Other Mortgage Note Documents, as well as to charges for
        taxes, insurance, improvements, repairs, maintenance and other items
        relating to the operation of any of the Properties and the Other
        Properties.

                    (ii)    Assignee shall have the right to take possession
        (including, without limitation, by court appointed receiver) of any
        of the Properties, manage and operate any of the Properties and
        Owner's business thereon, and to take possession of and use all books
        of account and financial records of Owner and its property managers
        or representatives relating to any of the Properties.

                     (iii)  Assignee shall have the right to execute new
        leases of any of the Properties or any part thereof, including leases
        that extend beyond the term of the Mortgage Note.

                     (iv)   Assignee shall have the right to cancel or alter
        any existing Leases.

                 All of the foregoing rights and remedies of Assignee are
cumulative, and Assignee shall also have upon the occurrence of any such
Event of Default all other rights and remedies provided under the Mortgage
Note Documents or otherwise available at law or in equity.

                 6.   OWNER HEREBY IRREVOCABLY CONSTITUTES and appoints
Assignee its true and lawful attorney-in-fact in its name and stead, which
appointment is coupled with an interest and is irrevocable, with full power
of substitution (and by its acceptance hereof and in accordance with the
assignment referred to in Recital D above, Assignee has
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substituted the Indenture Trustee as such attorney-in-fact) to do, in the
name of and on behalf of Owner, at any time and whether or not any default
has occurred or is continuing, without notice to or demand upon Owner, in the
sole discretion of said attorney-in-fact, without taking actual possession of
any of the Properties or any action equivalent thereto, and without regard to
the adequacy of any security for the Notes any or all of the following:

                      (a)  to ask, demand, sue for, recover, collect and
receive any and all Rents, Profits and Proceeds, and to execute and deliver a
satisfaction or release therefor, together with the right and power to
compromise or compound any claim or demand; hereby granting full power and
authority to said attorney-in-fact to use and apply said Rents, Profits and
Proceeds for the following in such order of priority as said attorney-in-fact
deems proper:  (i) for the purposes of the payment of any taxes, assessments
and charges of any nature whatsoever that may be levied or assessed in
connection with any of the Properties or any of the Other Properties or any
part thereof; (ii) to the payment of premiums on policies of insurance on or
in connection with the whole or any part of the Properties or the Other
Properties as may be required by the Mortgages; (iii) to the payment or
performance of any and all indebtedness, liabilities or obligations of Owner
or Other Owner secured by the Mortgages, whether now existing or hereafter to
exist; (iv) to the costs of completion of any improvements in or for any of
the Properties or Other Properties or any part thereof as deemed necessary or
advisable by said attorney-in-fact; (v) to the payment of all expenses
incurred in the care, operation and management of any of the Properties or
Other Properties or any part thereof, including such repairs, alterations,
additions and/or improvements to any of the Properties or Other Properties or
any part thereof as may be deemed necessary or advisable by said attorney-in-
fact; (vi) to the payment of attorneys' fees (for both outside and staff
counsel), court costs, labor, charges and/or expenses incurred in connection
with any and all things which said attorney-in-fact may do or cause to be
done by virtue hereof; and (vii) to the payment of such interest and
principal on the indebtedness secured by the Mortgages as said attorney-in-
fact may elect;

                      (b)  to use such measures, legal or equitable, as in its
discretion may be deemed necessary or appropriate to enforce the payment of any
Rents, Profits or Proceeds;

                      (c)  to secure and maintain the use and possession of
any of the Properties or any part thereof;

                      (d)  to fill any and all vacancies in, and to sell,
rent, lease, sublease, exchange, grant, convey, transfer or otherwise dispose
of, and to amend, modify, supplement, extend or renew any Leases of, any of
the Properties, or any part thereof;
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                      (e)  to make contracts for the care and management of
any of the Properties or any part thereof, in such form and providing for
such compensation as may be deemed advisable by said attorney-in-fact;

                      (f)  to enter into, negotiate, make, sign, execute,
acknowledge and deliver any agreement, contract, bill of sale, assignment,
lease, assignment of lease, deed, certificate, affidavit, easement, or any
other document or instrument, whether relating to real property or to
personal property, that may, in the opinion of said attorney-in-fact, be
necessary or desirable in connection with, any of the foregoing matters; and

                      (g)  to take any actions incidental or necessary to
accomplish the foregoing or to the ownership, operation or management of the
Properties.

                 Owner, for the performance or execution of any or all of its
obligations hereunder and under the Mortgage Note Documents, hereby further
irrevocably grants to said attorney-in-fact, with full power of substitution,
full power and authority to do, execute, perform and finish for Owner and in
its name all and singular those things which Assignee or any such substitute
attorney-in-fact (including, without limitation, the Indenture Trustee) shall
deem necessary or advisable in and about, for, touching or concerning the
Properties or any of Owner's obligations hereunder or under the Mortgage Note
Documents as thoroughly, amply and fully as Owner could do concerning the
same being personally present.  Owner hereby agrees that whatever its said
attorney-in-fact or any substitute shall do or cause to be done in, about or
concerning the Properties or any of Owner's obligations hereunder is hereby
ratified and confirmed.

                 Said attorney-in-fact is empowered hereby to determine in its
sole discretion the time when, purpose for and manner in which any power herein
conferred upon it shall be exercised, and the conditions, provisions and
covenants of any instrument or document which may be executed by it pursuant
hereto, and in the acquisition or disposition of real or personal property, said
attorney-in-fact shall have exclusive power to fix the terms thereof for cash,
credit and/or property, and if on credit with or without security.

                 Anything contained herein to the contrary notwithstanding,
said attorney-in-fact shall not be obligated to perform or discharge any
obligation, duty or liability of Owner, and Owner specifically agrees at all
times to fully perform and discharge all obligations, duties and liabilities
of the lessor under the Leases and each of them, or otherwise pertaining to
the ownership, operation, management or possession of the Properties.

                 7.   THIS ASSIGNMENT is intended to be supplementary to and
not in substitution for or in derogation of any assignment of rents contained
in any Mortgage or in any other document.  In the event of any
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inconsistencies between the provisions of any assignment of rents contained
in any Mortgage and the provisions of this Assignment, the provisions of this
Assignment shall govern.  Any failure of Assignee to avail itself of any
terms, covenants or conditions of this Assignment for any period of time or
for any reason shall not constitute a waiver thereof.

                 8.   NOTWITHSTANDING any future modification of the terms of
the Mortgage Note Documents or the Other Mortgage Note Documents, this
Assignment and the rights and benefits hereby assigned and granted shall
continue in favor of Assignee in accordance with the terms of this
Assignment.

                 9.   THIS ASSIGNMENT shall be binding upon Owner and its
legal representatives, successors and assigns, and shall inure to the benefit
of Assignee and its legal representatives, successors and assigns (including,
without limitation, the Indenture Trustee).  Owner agrees that the rights of
Assignee hereunder are for the benefit of Assignee and its legal
representatives, successors and assigns (including, without limitation, the
Indenture Trustee) only, and not for the benefit of Owner, Foodmaker, any
other lessee or guarantor or any other party.  The words "Owner," "Assignee,"
"lessee," and "guarantor," wherever used herein, shall include the persons
and entities named herein or in any Lease or guaranty and designated as such
and their respective legal representatives, successors and assigns.  All
words and phrases shall be taken to include the singular or plural number,
and the masculine, feminine or neuter gender, as may fit the case.

                 10.  THE OCCURRENCE of any default by Owner hereunder shall
constitute an Event of Default under the Note Mortgages and the Other Note
Mortgages, and in any such event, Assignee shall be entitled to exercise all
rights and remedies provided under the Mortgage Note Documents or the Other
Mortgage Note Documents or otherwise available at law or in equity.

                 11.  UPON PAYMENT in full of the Notes, as evidenced by a
recorded satisfaction or release of all of the Note Mortgages and the Other
Note Mortgages, this Assignment shall be void and of no further effect.  Upon
the release of any of the Note Mortgages from the lien of the Indenture and
the release or reconveyance thereof in accordance with the provisions of
Section 5.06 thereof in connection with a Substitution, Early Termination or
Purchase (as such terms are defined in the Master Lease) with respect to any
Property, such Property shall also be deemed to be released from this
Assignment, provided that, in the case of a Substitution, each Substitute
Property (as defined in the Master Lease) shall automatically be included in
the definition of "Properties" hereunder, and any new Lease or supplement to
the Master Lease entered into in connection therewith shall automatically be
subject to this Assignment as though originally included within the
definition of "Lease" and "Master Lease" hereunder, without the necessity of
any further action by Owner, Assignee, Foodmaker or the
                                      15

Indenture Trustee, except that nothing contained herein shall relieve Owner,
Foodmaker or Assignee of any of their respective obligations to execute any
documents or take any other actions required to be taken or requested by the
Indenture Trustee to effectuate or in connection with any such Substitution,
Early Termination or Purchase.

                 12.  ALL NOTICES hereunder shall be in writing and shall be
delivered by facsimile transmission (confirmed in writing) or delivered
personally or by depositing the same in the United States mail, registered,
with postage prepaid, addressed to the party so to be served at the address
for such party set forth on Schedule 1 attached hereto or at such other
address of which said party shall have theretofore notified in writing, as
provided above, the party giving such notice.  Such notices shall be
effective on the date received or, if mailed, on the third business day
following the date mailed.  Owner shall promptly send duplicate copies of all
notices given to it by Foodmaker or any other lessee to Assignee and the
Indenture Trustee.   Owner shall promptly send duplicate copies of any notice
given by it hereunder to the Assignee to the Indenture Trustee.

                 13.  IF ANY PROVISION hereof is determined to be illegal or
unenforceable for any reason, the remaining provisions hereof shall not be
affected thereby.

                 14.  EXCEPT INSOFAR AS THE PROVISIONS of this Assignment
relating to the Property are required to be governed by and construed in
accordance with the substantive laws of the state where the Property is
located, this Assignment and the rights and obligations in respect thereof
shall be governed by, and construed and interpreted in accordance with, the
laws of the State of New York, without regard to conflicts of laws rules,
except that if the rights and remedies of Assignee or Indenture Trustee
hereunder with respect to the Property are enforceable under the laws of the
State where the Property is located but are not enforceable under New York
law, then such rights and remedies with respect to the Property shall be
governed by the substantive laws of the State where the Property is located.
Any legal action or proceeding with respect to this Assignment may be
instituted in the courts of the State of New York, the United States District
Court for the Southern District of New York, or elsewhere, as Assignee or
Indenture Trustee may elect, and by execution and delivery of this Assignment
Owner irrevocably and unconditionally submits to the jurisdiction of each
such court, and irrevocably and unconditionally waives (i) any objection it
may now or hereafter have to the laying of venue in any of such courts,
(ii) any claim that any action or proceeding brought in any of such courts
has been brought in an inconvenient forum, and (iii) any right, entitlement
or privilege which Owner or its property might otherwise have not to be
subject to such actions or proceedings by reason of sovereign immunity or
otherwise.  Owner agrees that so long as Owner shall be obligated to Assignee
or Indenture Trustee under this Assignment, Owner shall maintain duly
appointed agents satisfactory to Assignee and Indenture Trustee for the
                                      16

service of process in New York and shall keep Assignee and Indenture Trustee
advised in writing of the identification and location of such agents.  The
failure of such agents to give notice to Owner of any such service shall not
impair or affect the validity of such service or of any judgment rendered in
any action or proceeding based thereon.

                 15.  WITHOUT LIMITING any other provision of this Assignment,
Owner agrees that Owner shall not, without in each case obtaining the prior
written consent of the Indenture Trustee:  take any action described in Section
4(b) through 4(g) or Section 4(l); enter into any amendment, modification,
extension or waiver of any of the terms or provisions of this Assignment or any
supplement to this Assignment; or cancel or discharge any of the terms or
provisions of this Assignment; or enter into any agreement for the postponement
of the date for performance of, or forgiveness of, the Mortgage Note or obtain
any approval or consent from Assignee required hereunder.  Any such action shall
be null and void and of no force or effect unless the Indenture Trustee's prior
written consent thereto has been obtained.  The Indenture Trustee may assign any
of its approval and other rights under this Section and elsewhere in this
Assignment to one or more agents.

                 16.  THIS ASSIGNMENT may be executed in two or more
counterparts and shall be deemed to have become effective when and only when
one or more of such counterparts shall have been signed by or on behalf of
each of the parties hereto, although it shall not be necessary that any
single counterpart be signed by or on behalf of each of the parties hereto,
and all such counterparts shall be deemed to constitute but one and the same
instrument.

                 17.  DUPLICATE ORIGINALS of this Assignment are being
executed, each with a different legal description attached as Exhibit A.  A
duplicate original hereof is being or will be recorded in the official
records of each county (or other appropriate registry) in which a Property
(including a Substitute Property) is located, with the legal description for
such Property attached thereto as Exhibit A.

                 18.  ASSIGNEE'S RECOURSE HEREUNDER shall be subject to the
same limitations as are set forth in Section 5.16 of the Mortgage, which
limitations (and the exceptions therefrom) are hereby incorporated herein by
this reference.

                 19.  NOTWITHSTANDING ANYTHING TO THE CONTRARY contained
herein, but subject to the provisions of Section 18 hereof, in each case
where this Assignment provides for the payment of the attorneys' fees and
expenses of in-house or staff counsel to Assignee or the Indenture Trustee,
such provision shall obligate Owner to pay only the reasonably allocated fees
and expenses of in-house or staff counsel to the Indenture Trustee, based on
a billing for legal services actually rendered on an hourly basis and at a
reasonable hourly rate.
                                      17

                 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned Owner has executed this
Assignment.

                                 OWNER

                                 CRC-I LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, a Massachusetts
                                 limited partnership



                                 By:   CRC-I Corp.,
                                       a Massachusetts corporation,
                                       its sole general partner



                                       By: CHARLES DUDDLES
                                          -----------------------------
                                       Name:  Charles Duddles
                                       Its:   President
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                             CONSENT TO ASSIGNMENT



                 Pursuant to the foregoing Assignment of Lessor's Interest in
Leases (the "Assignment") by Owner (as such term and all other capitalized
terms used but not defined herein are defined in the Assignment) to the
Assignee, Owner has assigned to Assignee, among other things, all of Owner's
estate, right, title and interest in and to the Master Lease and any other
Leases as provided in the Assignment in order to partially satisfy the
Mortgage Note and the Other Mortgage Note.  Assignee has in turn (pursuant to
the assignment described in Recital D of the Assignment) assigned and pledged
its interest in, among other things, each Note Mortgage, the Assignment and
the Other Mortgage Note Documents, to the Indenture Trustee in order to
secure payment of the Issuer Notes.

                 In order to induce Assignee and the Indenture Trustee to
accept such assignments, and for good and valuable consideration, the receipt
and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the undersigned, Foodmaker,
Inc., a Delaware corporation ("Foodmaker"), hereby:

            (a)  consents to the assignments to Assignee and the Indenture
        Trustee made pursuant to the Assignment and the assignment described
        in Recital D to the Assignment;

            (b)  covenants to pay directly to the Indenture Trustee (or,
        after receipt of written notice from the Indenture Trustee stating
        that the Indenture has been fully satisfied and discharged, to Owner)
        all amounts due to Owner under the Master Lease;

            (c)  agrees that the right of the Indenture Trustee to such
        payments shall be present, absolute and unconditional, without regard
        to the occurrence or non-occurrence of any default, and without
        notice or demand, and shall not be affected by any circumstances
        whatsoever;

            (d)  agrees that:

              (i)        the Indenture Trustee shall be entitled to exercise
        all rights of the Owner under the Master Lease and to enforce the
        provisions of the Master Lease;

             (ii)        Foodmaker shall not, for any reason, seek to recover
        from the Indenture Trustee any moneys paid to the Indenture Trustee
        by virtue of the Indenture, except for funds expressly provided to be
        paid by the Indenture Trustee to Foodmaker pursuant to the Indenture;

            (iii)        all sums payable by Foodmaker under the Master Lease
        shall be paid directly to the Indenture Trustee by bank wire
                                      1

        transfer in accordance with separate written instructions given from
        time to time by the Indenture Trustee in such manner that on the date
        on which any sums are due and payable, as of 10:00 A.M. (New York
        City time), the Indenture Trustee shall be in actual receipt of
        immediately available funds;

             (iv)        Foodmaker shall deliver to the Indenture Trustee
        duplicate originals of all notices and other instruments which
        Foodmaker may deliver pursuant to the Master Lease (and no payment of
        such sums referred to in clause (iii) or delivery of such notices or
        other instruments by Foodmaker shall be of any force or effect
        unless, with respect to payments, paid in accordance with written
        instructions from Indenture Trustee and, with respect to notices,
        delivered to Owner and the Indenture Trustee as provided above);

              (v)        the Indenture Trustee may give any notice to
        Foodmaker that may be given by Owner under the Master Lease and
        Foodmaker shall not pay any Basic Rent, Special Rent,  Additional
        Rent, Special Sinker Rent or Purchase Price or any other amounts
        payable under the Master Lease prior to such payment's scheduled due
        date under the Master Lease;

             (vi)        any notice, approval, estoppel, consent or other
        delivery purportedly delivered to or given (or deemed delivered or
        given) by or on behalf of Owner to Foodmaker pursuant to the Master
        Lease shall be of no force or effect unless in writing and executed
        by the Indenture Trustee;

            (vii)        Foodmaker shall not enter into any agreement
        subordinating (except as expressly permitted by the terms of any
        Memorandum of Lease, as in effect on the date hereof) or terminating
        the Master Lease without the prior written consent of the Indenture
        Trustee, and any such attempted subordination or termination without
        such consent shall be void;

           (viii)        Foodmaker shall not enter into any amendment or
        modification of the Master Lease without the prior written consent of
        the Indenture Trustee and any such attempted amendment or
        modification without such consent shall be void;

             (ix)        subject to the foregoing, if the Master Lease shall
        be amended, it shall continue to be subject to the provisions of the
        Assignment without the necessity of any further act by Owner,
        Foodmaker, or the Indenture Trustee;

              (x)        Foodmaker shall not take any action to terminate,
        rescind or avoid the Master Lease, notwithstanding, to the fullest
        extent permitted by law, any assignment for the benefit of creditors,
        bankruptcy, arrangement, insolvency, reorganization, liquidation,
        dissolution or other debtor-relief
                                      2

        proceeding affecting Owner or any assignee of Owner and
        notwithstanding any action with respect to the Master Lease which may
        be taken by an assignee, trustee or receiver of Owner or of any such
        assignee or by any court in any such proceedings; and

             (xi)        if Foodmaker shall purchase Owner's interest in any
        one or more Properties pursuant to the terms of the Master Lease,
        Foodmaker shall accept an instrument conveying such interest which is
        executed and delivered by the Indenture Trustee, pursuant to its
        power of attorney contained in the Assignment and each of the Note
        Mortgages.

                 Foodmaker acknowledges that Assignee and the Indenture
Trustee are express third party beneficiaries of Foodmaker's agreements
contained herein.

                 Foodmaker's obligations and agreements hereunder shall be
governed by the laws of the State of California.

                 Executed as of December 15, 1993.

                                    FOODMAKER, INC., a Delaware
                                    corporation



                                    By: WILLIAM F. MOTTS
                                        --------------------
                                    Name:  William F. Motts
                                    Its:   Vice President


                                    By: LEO MOMSEN
                                        --------------------
                                    Name:  Leo Momsen
                                    Its:   Assistant Secretary


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                                  SCHEDULE 1

                             Addresses For Notice



If to Owner:                              CRC-I Limited Partnership
                                          c/o Foodmaker, Inc.
                                          9330 Balboa Avenue
                                          San Diego, California 92123
                                          Attn:  Mr. Charles Duddles
                                          Telecopier:  (619) 694-1543


If to Assignee:                           FM 1993A Corp.
                                          c/o Foodmaker, Inc.
                                          9330 Balboa Avenue
                                          San Diego, California 92123
                                          Attn:  Mr. Charles Duddles
                                          Telecopier:  (619) 694-1543


If to the Indenture Trustee:              State Street Bank & Trust Company
                                          Joseph Palmer Building
                                          Corporate Trust Department
                                            Fifth Floor
                                          One Heritage Drive
                                          North Quincy, Massachusetts 02171
                                          Attn:  Andrew Sinasky
                                          Telecopier:  (617) 985-3034


If to Foodmaker:                          Foodmaker, Inc.
                                          9330 Balboa Avenue
                                          San Diego, California 92123
                                          Attn:  Real Estate/Legal
                                          Telecopier:  (619) 694-1543


                                      

CRC-II
Location: ____________________
State:  ______________________

Recording Requested By
And When Recorded Mail To:


State Street Bank and Trust
  Company
One Heritage Drive
North Quincy, Massachusetts 02171
Attn:  Andrew Sinasky

_______________________________________________________________________
                     (Space above line for Recorder's use)


                   ASSIGNMENT OF LESSOR'S INTEREST IN LEASES

The Company also entered into an Assignment Of Lessor's Interest In Leases with
CRC-II substantially identical to the CRC-I Assignment of Lessor's Interst In
Leases differing only as to the properties involved.  A summary of material
differences follows:

1.   References to CRC-I are changed to CRC-II.

2.   References to CRC-II are changed to CRC-I.

3.   The amount of the Promissory Note known as the "Mortgage Note" is
     $30,172,952 in CRC-I and $39,827,048 in CRC-II.

4.   The amount of the Promissory Note known as the "Other Mortgage Note" is
     $39,827,048 in CRC-I and $30,172,952 in CRC-II.



                                            Exhibit 5.1

                                            July 8, 1994


(619) 544-8000                                           C 30302-00038


FM 1993A Corp.
Foodmaker, Inc.
9330 Balboa Avenue
San Diego, California 92123

     Re:  Exchange Offer

Gentlemen:

      Acting as counsel for FM 1993A Corp., a Delaware corporation (the
"Company"), in connection with the proposed Exchange Offer of up to
$70,000,000 principal amount of 9.75% Senior Secured Notes due 2003 (the "New
Notes") for substantially identical privately placed notes (the "Old Notes"),
we have examined, among other things, the Registration Statement on the Form
S-4 to which this letter is an exhibit.  We have also examined the
proceedings and other actions taken by the Company in connection with the
authorization, issuance and exchange of the New Notes.
                                      
      Based upon the foregoing, and in reliance thereon, and subject to
receipt from the Commission of an order declaring the Registration Statement
effective, we are of the opinion that:

     1.   The New Notes, when issued and delivered and exchanged for Old
Notes in the manner described in the Registration Statement, and when
executed and authenticated as specified in the Indenture relating thereto
dated as of December 15, 1994, as amended, between the Company and State
Street Bank & Trust Company, as Trustee, will be duly issued and delivered
and will constitute valid and binding obligations of the Company, except as
may be limited by bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization, moratorium or
similar laws affecting creditors' rights generally and by the application of
general principles of equity (regardless of whether such enforceability is
considered in a proceeding in equity or at law).
                                      
      We render no opinion herein as to matters involving the laws of any
jurisdiction other than the State of New York and the United States of
America; however, we are generally familiar with the Delaware General
Corporation Law and, for the limited purpose of our opinion above and limited
solely to the Delaware General Corporation Law, did not feel it necessary to
obtain the opinion of Delaware counsel.
                                      
      We hereby consent to the filing of this opinion as an exhibit to the
Registration Statement relating to the New Notes, and we further consent to
the use of our name under the caption "Legal Matters" in the Prospectus
forming a part of said Registration Statement.  In giving such consent, we do
not thereby admit that we are in the category of persons whose consent is
required under Section 7 of the Securities Act of 1933.

                              Very truly yours,



                              GIBSON, DUNN & CRUTCHER






                                                   Exhibit 5.2




July 11, 1994





CRC-I Limited Partnership
CRC-II Limited Partnership
9330 Balboa Avenue
San Diego, California  91910

          Re:  Guaranties dated as of December 15, 1993 of CRC-I Limited
               Partnership and CRC-II Limited Partnership (the
               "Guaranties")
               ----------------------------------------------------------

Ladies and Gentlemen:

          We have acted as special counsel for CRC-I Limited Partnership, a
Massachusetts limited partnership ("CRC-I"), and CRC-II Limited Partnership,
a Massachusetts limited partnership ("CRC-II")(CRC-I and CRC-II are referred
to herein collectively as the "Guarantors').  FM 1993A Corp., a Delaware
corporation (the "Issuer"), has issued certain Senior Secured Notes in the
original principal amount of $70,000,000 (the "Old Notes") pursuant to an
Indenture (the "Indenture"), dated as of December 15, 1993, between the
Issuer and State Street Bank and Trust Company, as Trustee (the "Indenture
Trustee").  The Issuer now proposes to exchange the Old Notes for a like
amount of Series B 9.75% Senior Secured Notes due November 1, 2003 (the "New
Notes").  The Guaranties by their terms guaranty the obligations of the
Issuer under the Issuer Notes (as such Term is defined in the Guaranties),
and under the terms of the First Amendment to Indenture pursuant to which the
New Notes are being issued, the Guarantors acknowledge that the New Notes
constitute Issuer Notes.

          The law covered by the opinions expressed herein is limited to the
law of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the federal law of the United
States of America.  For the purpose of rendering the opinions contained
herein, we have reviewed such documents and given consideration to such
matters of law and fact as we have deemed appropriate in our professional
judgment.

          For the purposes of this Opinion, we have assumed, without
investigation, that each document submitted to us for review is accurate and
complete; each such document that is an original is authentic; each such
document that is a copy conforms to an authentic original; and all signatures
on each such document are genuine.


CRC-I Limited Partnership
CRC-II Limited Partnership
July 11, 1994
Page 2

          Based upon the foregoing, and subject to the assumptions and
limitations contained herein, we are of the opinion that:

          (a)  The Guaranties have been duly authorized, executed and,
assuming the delivery of the same to the appropriate party, have been duly
delivered by each such Guarantor.

          (b)  Assuming that the Guaranties were duly delivered as provided
in sub-section (a) above and have not been subsequently revoked or otherwise
terminated, each Guaranty to which a respective Guarantor is a part
constitutes the legal, valid and binding obligation of such Guarantor.

          The opinions expressed above are subject to the effect of
bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization, receivership, moratorium  and other
similar laws affecting the rights and remedies of creditors generally.  This
exception includes the Federal Bankruptcy Code; all other Federal and
Massachusetts bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization, receivership,
moratorium, arrangement and assignment for the benefit of creditors laws that
affect the rights and remedies of creditors generally (and not just creditors
of specific types of debtors); Massachusetts fraudulent transfer laws; and
judicially developed doctrines relevant to any of the foregoing law.

          The opinions herein are expressed as of the date of this Opinion and
we undertake no obligation to advise you of changes of law or fact that occur
after the date of this Opinion.

          We hereby consent to the filing of this Opinion Letter as an
exhibit to the Registration Statement relating to the New Notes and the
Guaranties, and we further consent to the use of this firm's name under the
caption "Legal Matters" in the Prospectus forming a part of said Registration
Statement.  In giving such consent, we do not thereby admit that we are
within the category of persons whose consent is required under Section 7 of
the Securities Act of 1931 as amended, or the rules and regulations of the
Securities and Exchange Commission thereunder.

          Other than as provided above, this Opinion Letter may not be used
or relied upon by you or any other person for any purpose whatsoever without
in each instance our prior written consent.

                              Very truly yours,



                              HINKLEY, ALLEN & SNYDER





                                  Exhibit 8






                July 8, 1994














(213) 229-7000                                           C 30302-00038


FM 1993A Corp.
Foodmaker, Inc.
9330 Balboa Avenue
San Diego, California 92123

Re:  Exchange Offer

Gentlemen:

          Acting as counsel for FM 1993A Corp., a Delaware corporation (the
"Company"), in connection with the proposed Exchange Offer of up to
$70,000,000 principal amount of 9.75% Senior Secured Notes due 2003 (the
"Notes") for substantially identical privately placed notes (the "Old
Notes"), we have examined, among other things, the Registration Statement on
the Form S-4 to which this letter is an exhibit.  We have also examined the
proceedings and other actions taken by the Company in connection with the
authorization, issuance and exchange of the Notes.
                                      
          On the basis of the statements and representations contained in the
foregoing materials, it is our opinion that the discussion of legal issues
under the heading "Certain Federal Income Tax Consequences" is an accurate
description of the legal issues discussed therein.
                                      
          This opinion expresses our views only as to federal income tax laws
in effect as of the date hereof, including the Internal Revenue Code of 1986,
as amended, applicable Treasury



FM 1993A Corp
July 8, 1994
Page 2

Regulations (including proposed Regulations), published rulings and
administrative practice of the Internal Revenue Service (the "IRS") and court
decisions.  This opinion represents our best legal judgment as to the matters
addressed herein, but is not binding on the IRS or the courts.  Accordingly,
no assurance can be given that the legal conclusions expressed herein, if
contested, would be sustained by a court. Furthermore, the authorities upon
which we rely are subject to change either prospectively or retroactively,
and any variation or difference in the facts as incorporated herein or the
representations upon which we have relied might affect the conclusions stated
herein.                                       

          We hereby consent to the use of this opinion as an exhibit to the
Registration Statement, and further consent to the reference to us in the
sections captioned "Certain Federal Income Tax Consequences" and "Legal
Matters" in the Prospectus that forms a part of the Registration Statement.

                              Very truly yours,



                           GIBSON, DUNN & CRUTCHER
SLT:PSI




                                                          Exhibit 10.2

          RESTATED AND AMENDED AGREEMENT REGARDING CORPORATE
          --------------------------------------------------
                               GOVERNANCE
                               ----------


    THIS RESTATED AND AMENDED AGREEMENT REGARDING CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
("Agreement"), is dated as of May 4, 1994, by and among CHARLES W. DUDDLES,
an individual (hereinafter, "Designated Officer"), FOODMAKER, INC., a
Delaware corporation ("Foodmaker"), CRC-I CORP., a Massachusetts corporation
("CRC-I Corp."), CRC-II CORP., a Massachusetts corporation ("CRC-II Corp."),
FM 1993A CORP., a Delaware corporation ("FM 1993A"), CHARLES F. MacGILL, an
individual (hereinafter, "Independent Director"), R. GORDON MATTHEWS, an
individual ("Matthews"), ROBERT H. KEY, an individual ("Key"), and Robert L.
Nessen, an individual ("Nessen"), who agree as follows:

                                 RECITALS
                                 --------

   WHEREAS, Designated Officer, Foodmaker, CRC-I Corp., CRC-II Corp., FM
1993A, Christopher Wilson, an individual ("Wilson"), Matthews-Philips Service
Company, a Pennsylvania general partnership ("Matthews-Philips"), Key, and
Robert L. Nessen, an individual ("Nessen") (collectively referred to herein
as the "Original Parties"), were parties to the Agreement Regarding Corporate
Governance (the "Original Agreement"), dated as of December 15, 1993 pursuant
to which the Original Parties intended to set forth their respective rights
and responsibilities with respect to the corporate governance of CRC-I Corp.,
CRC-II Corp. and FM 1993A (the "Corporations");

          WHEREAS, Wilson has resigned from his position as a director of
each of the Corporations, and is, therefore, not a party hereto;

          WHEREAS, Independent Director is now a director of each of the
Corporations;

          WHEREAS, Nessen no longer holds any stock of CRC-I Corp. 

          WHEREAS, Matthews-Philips no longer holds any stock of CRC-I Corp.,
and is, therefore, not a party hereto;

          WHEREAS, Matthews is the sole shareholder of CRC-I Corp.;

          WHEREAS, CRC-I Corp. is the sole corporate general partner of CRC-I
Limited Partnership, a Massachusetts limited partnership ("CRC-I Limited
Partnership");


          WHEREAS, Nessen is the sole shareholder of CRC-II Corp.;

          WHEREAS, CRC-II Corp. is the sole corporate general partner of
CRC-II Limited Partnership, a Massachusetts limited partnership ("CRC-II
Limited Partnership;" together with CRC-I Limited Partnership, the "Limited
Partnerships");

          WHEREAS, Key is the sole shareholder of FM 1993A;

          WHEREAS, Designated Officer is an officer and director of Foodmaker
and of each of the Corporations;

          WHEREAS, Foodmaker and the Limited Partnerships are parties to
those certain sale-leaseback transactions (hereinafter, "Sale-Leaseback
Transactions") described in (i) that certain Master Lease between CRC-I
Limited Partnership, as lessor, and Foodmaker, as lessee, (ii) that certain
Master Lease between CRC-II Limited Partnership, as lessor, and Foodmaker, as
lessee, (iii) that certain Registration Rights Agreement (as hereinafter
defined), and (iv) certain other documents executed in connection therewith
(collectively, "Transaction Documents");

          WHEREAS, FM 1993A has issued certain debt securities ("Debt
Securities") and utilized the proceeds thereof to purchase certain promissory
notes from the Limited Partnerships in connection with the Sale-Leaseback
Transactions;

          WHEREAS, in connection with the Sale-Leaseback Transactions,
Foodmaker, FM 1993A, and the Limited Partnerships (collectively, the
"Co-Registrants") have executed that certain Registration Rights Agreement
dated as of December 15, 1993 ("Registration Rights Agreement"), which
requires the Co-Registrants to participate in the filing of a registration
statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission incident to FM 1993A's
sale of the Debt Securities;

          WHEREAS, by this Agreement, the parties intend to set forth their
respective rights and responsibilities with respect to the corporate
governance of each of the Corporations;

          WHEREAS, Foodmaker acknowledges and agrees that it will receive a
material benefit from the participation of the Limited Partnerships and FM
1993A in such transaction.

          NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the agreements contained or
recited in this Agreement and other good and valuable consideration, receipt
of which is hereby
                                       2


acknowledged, the parties hereby agree to amend and restate the Original
Agreement as follows:

              1.  Basic Term.  This Agreement shall remain in effect for a
period beginning on the date hereof and continuing until November 1, 2003.

              2.  Obligations Of Designated Officer.  For as long as
Designated Officer is an officer, director or employee of Foodmaker, upon the
nomination and election of the Designated Officer by the shareholders of each
of the Corporations, the Designated Officer shall serve as a director of each
of the Corporations, and shall vote to appoint himself to serve as the
President, Treasurer and Clerk of CRC-I Corp. and CRC-II Corp., and
President, Treasurer and Secretary of FM 1993A (and any other office required
under Massachusetts or Delaware corporate law, as applicable).  The
Designated Officer shall accept said nomination and election from time to
time as required under the laws of the state of Massachusetts or Delaware, as
applicable, and shall serve as a director and as the officers of each of the
Corporations until such time as the Debt Securities have been repaid in full
and the registration statement described in the Registration Rights Agreement
is no longer effective.

              3.  Obligations Of Foodmaker.  If the Designated Officer shall
cease to be an officer, director or employee of Foodmaker for any reason or
shall resign as the director or officer of any of the Corporations, Foodmaker
shall designate a successor (hereinafter, "Successor Designated Officer")
who, for as long as the Successor Designated Officer is an officer of
Foodmaker, upon the nomination and election of the Successor Designated
Officer by the shareholders of the Corporations, shall serve as the director
of each of the Corporations and shall appoint himself or herself to serve as
the President, Treasurer and Clerk of CRC-I Corp. and CRC-II Corp., and
President, Treasurer and Secretary of FM 1993A (and the holder of any other
office required under Massachusetts or Delaware corporate law, as
applicable).  The Successor Designated Officer shall accept such nomination
and election from time to time as required under the laws of the states of
Massachusetts or Delaware, as applicable, and shall serve as a director and
the officers of each of the Corporations until such time as the Debt
Securities have been repaid in full and the registration statement described
in the Registration Rights Agreement is no longer effective.  Upon
designating a Successor Designated Officer, Foodmaker shall cause such
Successor Designated Officer to execute and deliver to the other parties
hereto an agreement in form and substance satisfactory to them pursuant to
which he or she assumes the obligations of the Designated Officer hereunder
from and after the date of his or her appointment as such.
                                       3


              4.  Obligations Of Shareholders.  Until such time as the Debt
Securities have been repaid in full and the registration statement described
in the Registration Rights Agreement is no longer effective, the shareholders
of each of the Corporations:  (i) shall not sell or transfer (including,
without limitation, by pledge or hypothecation) their stock in any of the
Corporations unless the individual, corporation, partnership, association,
trust or other entity to whom such shares are to be sold or transferred
(including, without limitation, by pledge or hypothecation) shall agree, in
writing, to be bound by the terms of this Agreement, and (ii) shall elect the
Independent Director and the Designated Officer as directors of each of the
Corporations.  If either (i) the Designated Officer shall cease to be
employed by Foodmaker for any reason, or (ii) the Designated Officer shall
resign as a director or as the officers of any of the Corporations, the
shareholders of each of the Corporations shall elect the Successor Designated
Officer as the director of each of the Corporations.  If the Independent
Director shall resign as a director of any of the Corporations, the
shareholders of each of the Corporations shall elect a Successor Independent
Director as the director of each of the Corporations (hereinafter, "Successor
Independent Director").  Such Successor Independent Director shall be an
individual who (A) is not and has not been employed by Foodmaker or any of
its subsidiaries1 or affiliates,2 or any partner of either of the Limited
Partnerships, or any person3 or entity controlling4 either of the Limited
Partnerships or any partner of either of the Limited Partnerships, or any of
their
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1 A "subsidiary" of a person shall mean any corporation the majority of the
  vesting stock of which is owned, directly or indirectly through one or more
  other subsidiaries, by such person.

2 An "affiliate" of a person, or a person "affiliated with" a specified
  person, shall mean a person that directly, or indirectly through one or
  more intermediaries, controls or is controlled by, or is under common
  control with, the specified person.

3 The term "person" shall mean any individual, partnership, firm,
  corporation, association, trust, unincorporated organization or other
  entity, as well as any syndicate or group deemed to be a person pursuant to
  Section 13(d)(3) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended.

4 The term "control" (including the terms "controlling," "controlled by" and
  "under common control with") shall mean
                                            [Footnote continued on next page]

                                       4


respective subsidiaries or affiliates (collectively, the "Subject Persons"),
as a director, officer or employee within the three years immediately prior
to such individual's appointment as an Independent Director; (B) is not (and
is not affiliated with a company or a firm that is) and has not been a
significant advisor or consultant5 to any of the Subject Persons within the
three years immediately prior to such individual's appointment as an
Independent Director; (C) does not have and has not had personal services
contract(s)6 with any of the Subject Persons within the three years
immediately prior to such individual's appointment as an Independent
Director; (D) is not affiliated with a tax-exempt entity that receives
significant contributions7 from any of the Subject
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[Footnote continued from previous page]

  the possession, direct or indirect, of the power to direct or cause the
  direction of the management and policies of a person, whether through the
  ownership of voting securities by contract, or otherwise; provided,
  however, that a person shall not be deemed to control another person
  solely because he or she is a director of such other person.

5 A person shall be deemed to be, or to be affiliated with, a company or firm
  that is a "significant advisor or consultant" to a Subject Person: if he,
  she or it, as the case may be, received or would receive fees or similar
  compensation from such Subject Person in excess of the lesser of (A) 3% of
  the consolidated gross revenues which Foodmaker and its subsidiaries
  received during Foodmaker's last fiscal year, (B) 5% of the gross revenues
  of the person during the last calendar year, if such person is a
  self-employed individual, and (C) 3% of the consolidated gross revenues by
  such company or firm for the sale of its products and services during
  its last fiscal year, if the person is a company or firm; provided,
  however, that director's fees and expense reimbursements shall not be
  included in the gross revenues of an individual for purposes of this
  determination.

6 A person shall be deemed to have "personal services contract(s) with a
  Subject Person" if the fees and other compensation received by the person
  pursuant to personal services contract(s) with such Subject Person exceeded
  or would exceed 5% of his or her gross revenues during the last calendar
  year.

7 A tax-exempt entity shall be deemed to receive "significant contributions
  from a Subject Person":  if such tax-exempt

                                       [Footnote continued on next page]
                                       5


Persons within the three years immediately prior to such individual's
appointment as an Independent Director; (E) is not the beneficial owner (nor
an officer or director of any such beneficial owner) at the time of such
individual's appointment as an Independent Director, or at any time
thereafter while serving as an Independent Director, of equity interests in
any of the Subject Persons the value of which constitute more than 5% of such
individual's net worth; and (F) is not a spouse, parent, sibling or child of
any persons described by (A) through (F).  The Successor Independent Director
shall accept such nomination and election from time to time as required under
the laws of the states of Massachusetts or Delaware, as applicable, and serve
as director of each of the Corporations until such time as the Debt
Securities have been repaid in full.  Upon designating a Successor
Independent Director, the shareholders of each of the Corporations shall
cause such Successor Independent Director to execute and deliver to the other
parties hereto an agreement in form and substance satisfactory to them
pursuant to which he or she assumes the obligations of the Independent
Director hereunder from and after the date of his or her election as such.

              5.  Obligations Of Independent Director.  Upon the nomination
and election of the Independent Director by the shareholders of the
Corporations, the Independent Director shall accept such nomination, shall
serve as a director of the Corporations, and shall vote to appoint the
Designated Officer to serve as the President, Treasurer and Clerk of CRC-I
Corp. and CRC-II Corp., and President, Treasurer and Secretary of FM 1993A
(and any other office required under Massachusetts or Delaware corporate law,
as applicable).

              6.  Certain Corporate Governance Matters.  Foodmaker and the
Designated Officer agree that the Designated Officer (or Successor Designated
Officer), in his or her capacities as a director or officer of any of the
Corporations) will not take, and Foodmaker will not permit the Designated
Officer (or Successor Designated Officer) to take,
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[Footnote continued from previous page]

  entity received during its last fiscal year, or expects to receive during
  its current fiscal year, contribution from such Subject Person in excess of
  the lesser of (A) 3% of the consolidated gross revenues of Foodmaker and
  its subsidiaries during such fiscal year, and (B) 5% of the contributions
  received by the tax-exempt entity during such fiscal year.
                                       6


any action specified below without the prior written consent of the holders
of 51% or more of the limited partnership interests in the Limited
Partnership by which such action is proposed to be taken, or, in the case of
an action by FM 1993A, without the prior written consent of the holders of
51% or more of the limited partnership interests in each Limited Partnership:

          a.   Any action to waive compliance by Foodmaker with, to amend or
to consent to a deviation by Foodmaker from the terms of the Transaction
Documents.

          b.   Any action to accept or reject any offer made by Foodmaker to
either Limited Partnership pursuant to the terms of either Master Lease
referenced in the preamble to this Agreement.

          c.   Any action which would constitute or result in a violation by
either Limited Partnership or by FM 1993A of any of the provisions of the
Transaction Documents.

In addition, the Designated Officer (or Successor Designated Officer), in his
or her capacities as, and subject to his or her fiduciary duties as, a
director or officer of any of the Corporations, shall take any action upon
the written request of the holders of 51% or more of the limited partnership
interests in the Limited Partnership by which such action is proposed to be
taken (provided that such action is not in violation of such Corporation's
organizational documents or the limited partnership agreement of such Limited
Partnership), or, in the case of FM 1993A, upon the written request of the
holders of 51% or more of the limited partnership interests in each Limited
Partnership.

              7.  Certain Affirmative Corporate Governance Obligations.
Foodmaker agrees that it will take, and will cause the Designated Officer (or
Successor Designated Officer) to take, at Foodmaker's expense, all necessary
action to ensure that the Limited Partnerships and FM 1993A are at all times
in full compliance with the provisions of each of the Transaction Documents
to which they are a party.  In addition to the foregoing, Foodmaker agrees
that it will take, and will cause the Designated Officer (or Successor
Designated Officer) to take, all necessary action requested by any limited
partner of the Limited Partnerships to effectuate the transfer to any third
party of such limited partner's partnership interest in the Limited
Partnership in which such limited partner is a partner (provided that the
prior written consent of the general partner of such Limited Partnership has
been obtained) and all necessary action requested by the holders of 51% or
more of the limited partnership interests in a Limited Partnership to sell,
assign or otherwise transfer all or any
                                       7


portion of the assets of such Limited Partnership (provided that such
transfer is carried out in accordance with Section 1.06 of the applicable
mortgage or deed of trust entered into by such Limited Partnership as a part
of the Transaction Documents covering the assets proposed to be so
transferred).

              8.  Further Assurances.  Each party shall perform any further
acts and execute and deliver any documents which reasonably may be necessary
to carry out the intent of this Agreement.

              9.  Attorneys' Fees.  If any action or proceeding is commenced
or legal counsel consulted to enforce or interpret any provision of this
Agreement, the prevailing party shall be entitled to recover from the other
party attorneys' fees and costs incurred in connection with such legal action
or consultation.  The term "prevailing party" shall mean the party in any
action or consultation who obtains substantially the relief or result sought,
whether by compromise, settlement or judgment.

              10.  Governing Law.  This Agreement in all respects shall be
interpreted, enforced and governed by and under the laws of the Commonwealth
of Massachusetts.

              11.  Integration.  This Agreement memorializes and constitutes
the final, complete and exclusive agreement and understanding between the
parties, and supersedes and replaces all prior negotiations, proposed
agreements and agreements, whether written or oral.  Each party to this
Agreement acknowledges that no other party or agent or attorney for any other
party has made any promise, representation or warranty whatsoever, express or
implied, which is not expressly contained in this Agreement and each party
further acknowledges that it has not executed this Agreement in reliance upon
any collateral promise, representation or warranty, or in reliance on any
belief as to any fact not expressly recited in the Recitals above.

              12.  Independent Advice.  Each party acknowledges that it has
received independent legal advice to the extent it deemed necessary with
respect to the advisability of entering into this Agreement.

              13.  Headings.  Paragraph headings have been inserted into this
Agreement as a matter of convenience only and are not a part of this
Agreement and shall not be used in the interpretation of this Agreement.

              14.  Severance.  If a provision of this Agreement is held to be
illegal or invalid by a court of competent
                                       8


jurisdiction, said provision shall be deemed to be severed and deleted and
neither such provision, nor its severance and deletion, shall effect the
validity of the remaining provisions.

              15.  Successors And Assigns.  The provisions, covenants,
conditions and agreements herein contained shall apply to, bind and inure to
the benefit of the parties and their respective heirs, executors,
administrators, legal representatives, successors and assigns.

              16.  Counterparts.  This Agreement may be executed in one or
more counterparts all of which together shall constitute one original
document.

              17.  Interpretation.  This Agreement has been negotiated at
arm's length between persons sophisticated and knowledgeable with the matters
dealt with in this Agreement.  In addition, each party has been given the
opportunity to consult with and has consulted with experienced and
knowledgeable legal counsel.  Accordingly, any rule of law or legal decision
that would require interpretation of any ambiguities in this Agreement
against the party that has drafted it is not applicable and is waived.  The
provisions of this Agreement shall be interpreted in a reasonable manner to
effect the purposes of this Agreement.

              18.  Venue.  Venue for any action, whether arbitration,
judicial or otherwise, shall be in San Diego County, California.

              19.  No Oral Modifications.  This Agreement may be amended
or modified in writing only signed by the parties hereto.

              20.  Notices.  All communications herein provided for or made
pursuant hereto shall be in writing and shall be sent by (i) legible fax with
original to follow in due course (failure to send such original shall not
affect the validity of such fax notice), and the giving of such communication
shall be complete when such fax is received, and (ii) either (A) registered
or certified mail, return receipt requested, in which event the giving of
such communication shall be deemed complete on the fifth business day after
the same is deposited in the United States Post Office with charges prepaid,
or (B) reputable overnight delivery service, in which event the giving of
such communication shall be deemed complete upon the immediately succeeding
business day after the same is deposited with such delivery service:
                                       9


     If to Designated Officer:     Charles W. Duddles
                                   9330 Balboa Avenue
                                   San Diego, California 92123-1516

     If to Foodmaker:              Foodmaker, Inc.
                                   9330 Balboa Avenue
                                   San Diego, California 92123-1516

     If to CRC-I Corp.:            CRC-I Corp.
                                   c/o R. Gordon Matthews
                                   650 Washington Road
                                   Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238

        and to:                    c/o Charles Duddles
                                   9330 Balboa Avenue
                                   San Diego, California 92123-1516

     If to CRC-II Corp.:           CRC-II Corp.
                                   c/o Robert L. Nessen
                                   Corporate Realty Capital
                                   One Financial Center
                                   13th Floor
                                   Boston, Massachusetts 02111

        and to:                    c/o Charles Duddles
                                   9330 Balboa Avenue
                                   San Diego, California 92123-1516

     If to FM 1993A Corp:          FM 1993A Corp.
                                   c/o Robert Key
                                   3350 North 60th Street
                                   Phoenix, Arizona 85018

        and to:                    FM 1993A Corp.
                                   c/o Charles Duddles
                                   9330 Balboa Avenue
                                   San Diego, California 92123-1516


                                       10



     If to Independent Director:   By Overnight Mail
                                   -----------------
                                   Charles F. MacGill
                                   Lane Gate Road
                                   RR #3
                                   Cold Spring, New York 10516

                                   By Registered/Certified Mail
                                   ----------------------------
                                   Charles F. MacGill
                                   P.O. Box 131
                                   Moffat Road
                                   Cold Spring, New York 10516

                                   By Facsimile
                                   ------------
                                   (914) 265-3635

     If to Matthews:               R. Gordon Matthews
                                   650 Washington Road
                                   Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238

     If to Key:                    Robert H. Key
                                   3350 North 60th Street
                                   Phoenix, Arizona 85018



                          EFFECTIVE DATE
                          --------------

          This Agreement shall be effective as of the date first specified
above.


                              Charles F. MacGill
                              ---------------------------------
                              Charles F. MacGill, an individual


                              R. Gordon Matthews
                              ---------------------------------
                              R. Gordon Matthews, an individual


                              Robert H. Key
                              ---------------------------------
                                Robert H. Key, an individual

                                       11




                              Charles W. Duddles
                              ---------------------------------
                               Charles W. Duddles, an individual



                              Robert L. Nessen
                              ---------------------------------
                               Robert L. Nessen, an individual

                              FOODMAKER, INC.,
                              a Delaware corporation


                              By: William E. Rulon
                              ---------------------------------
                                       William E. Rulon
                              Senior Vice President and Secretary

                              By: Leo Momsen
                              ---------------------------------
                                         Leo Momsen
                                     Assistant Secretary

                              CRC-I CORP.,
                              a Massachusetts corporation

                              By: Charles W. Duddles
                              ---------------------------------
                                     Charles W. Duddles
                                         President

                                       12


                              CRC-II CORP.,
                              a Massachusetts corporation

                              By: Charles W. Duddles
                              ---------------------------------
                                     Charles W. Duddles
                                         President


                              FM 1993A Corp.,
                              a Delaware corporation

                              By: Charles W. Duddles
                              ---------------------------------
                                     Charles W. Duddles
                                         President


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                                                              Exhibit 23.2




                         Independent Auditors' Consent


The Board of Directors
Foodmaker, Inc.:

We consent to the incorporation by reference in Amendment No. 1 to the
Registration Statement on Form S-4 (No. 33-53455) of FM 1993A Corp. of our
report dated November 19, 1993, relating to the consolidated balance sheets
of Foodmaker, Inc. and subsidiaries as of October 3, 1993 and September 27,
1992 and the related consolidated statements of operations, cash flows, and
stockholders' equity for the fifty-three weeks ended October 3, 1993 and the
fifty-two weeks ended September 27, 1992 and September 29, 1991, and our
report dated December 30, 1993 on related schedules, for the fifty-three
weeks ended October 3, 1993 and the fifty-two weeks ended September 27, 1992
and September 29, 1991, which reports appear in the October 3, 1993 annual
report on Form 10-K of Foodmaker, Inc. and subsidiaries.  Our reports refer
to a change in 1993 in the methods of accounting for postretirement benefits
and income taxes to adopt the provisions of the  Financial Accounting
Standards Board's Statements of Financial Accounting Standards No. 106,
"Employers' Accounting for Postretirement Benefits Other Than Pensions", and
No. 109, "Accounting for Income Taxes".

We also consent to the reference to our firm under the heading "Experts" in
the prospectus.

                                                                             


KPMG PEAT MARWICK
 

San Diego, California
July 11, 1994


                                                                  Exhibit 23.3




                         Independent Auditors' Consent


The Partners
CRC-I Limited Partnership
CRC-II Limited Partnership
 and
The Board of Directors
FM 1993A Corp.:

We consent to use of our reports included herein and to the reference
to our firm under the heading "Experts" in the prospectus.


                                                                               
KPMG PEAT MARWICK
 

San Diego, California
July 11, 1994

                                                               Exhibit 23.4









INDEPENDENT AUDITORS' CONSENT


We consent to the incorporation by reference in Amendment No. 1 to
Registration Statement No. 33-53455 of FM 1993A Corp., CRC-I Limited
Partnership, CRC-II Limited Partnership and Foodmaker, Inc. on Form S-4 of
our report dated March 22, 1994, appearing in the Annual Report on Form 10-K
of Family Restaurants, Inc. (formerly The Restaurant Enterprises Group,
Inc.)(which includes an emphasis paragraph relating to the Company's
commencement of a Chapter 11 bankruptcy case on November 23, 1993, which was
confirmed by the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware
on January 7, 1994) for the year ended December 26, 1993 and included in
Foodmaker, Inc.'s Current Report on Form 8-K/A dated January 27, 1994.  We
also consent to the reference to us under the heading "Experts" in the
Prospectus, which is part of this Registration Statement.

DELOITTE & TOUCHE

Costa Mesa, California
July 11, 1994

                                                            Exhibit 25
                      SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
                           Washington, D.C.  20549

                                  ----------

                                   Form T-1

                      STATEMENT OF ELIGIBILITY UNDER THE
                       TRUST INDENTURE ACT OF 1939 OF A
                   CORPORATION DESIGNATED TO ACT AS TRUSTEE

               Check if an Application to Determine Eligibility
                of a Trustee Pursuant to Section 305(b)(2)____

                      STATE STREET BANK AND TRUST COMPANY
             (Exact name of trustee as specified in its charter)

              Massachusetts                        04-1867445
    (Jurisdiction of incorporation or           (I.R.S. Employer
organization if not a U.S. national bank)     Identification No.)

              225 Franklin Street, Boston, Massachusetts  02110
            (Address of principal executive offices)   (Zip code)

        Robert J. Malley, Esq. General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
              225 Franklin Street, Boston, Massachusetts  02110
                                (617) 654-3104
          (Name, address and telephone number of agent for service)


                                FM 1993A CORP.
             (Exact name of obligor as specified in its charter)

                 Delaware                          33-0598332
     (State or other jurisdiction of            (I.R.S. Employer
      incorporation or organization)          Identification No.)

                              9330 Balboa Avenue
                          San Diego, California 92101
             (Address of principal executive offices) (Zip code)

                             and, as  Guarantors,

Name                         Address                    State  Employer ID. No.
- --------------------------   -------------------------- -----  ----------------
CRC-I Limited Partnership    9330 Balboa Avenue           MA     04-3213553
                             San Diego, California 92101

CRC-II Limited Partnership   9330 Balboa Avenue           MA     04-3213679
                             San Diego, California 92101

           Series B 9.75% Senior Secured Notes due November 1, 2003
                       (Title of indenture securities)



                                   GENERAL
Item 1.  General Information.

    Furnish the following information as to the trustee:

    (a)  Name and address of each examining or supervising authority to which it
is subject.

         Department of Banking and Insurance of The Commonwealth of
         Massachusetts, 100 Cambridge Street, Boston, Massachusetts.

         Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Washington,
         D.C., Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Washington, D.C.

    (b)  Whether it is authorized to exercise corporate trust powers.

         The trustee is authorized to exercise corporate trust powers.

Item 2.  Affiliations with Obligor.

    If the obligor is an affiliate of the trustee, describe each such
affiliation.

         The obligor is not an affiliate of the trustee or of its parent,
         State Street Boston Corporation.

         (See Note on page 6.)

Item 3.  Voting Securities of the Trustee.

    Furnish the following information as to each class of voting securities of
the trustee:

                                    As of:

                  Col. A                             Col. B

              Title of Class                   Amount outstanding

                             Not applicable.

Item 4.  Trusteeships under Other Indentures.

    If the trustee is a trustee under another indenture under which any other
securities, or certificates of interest or participation in any other
securities, of the obligor are outstanding, furnish the following information:

    (a)  Title of the securities outstanding under each such other indenture.

         Not applicable.


    (b)  A brief statement of the facts relied upon as a basis for the claim
that no conflicting interest within the meaning of Section 310(b)(1) of the Act
arises as a result of the trusteeship under any such other indenture, including
a statement as to how the indenture securities will rank as compared with the
securities issued under such other indenture.

         Not applicable.
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Item 5.  Interlocking Directorates and Similar Relationships with the Obligor or
         Underwriters.

    If the trustee or any of the directors or executive officers of the trustee
is a director, officer, partner, employee, appointee or representative of the
obligor or of any underwriter for the obligor, identify each such person having
any such connection and state the nature of each such connection.

         Not applicable.


Item 6.  Voting Securities of the Trustee Owned by the Obligor or Its Officials.

    Furnish the following information as to the voting securities of the trustee
owned beneficially by the obligor and each director, partner and executive
officer of the obligor:


                                    As of:

      Col. A      Col. B          Col. C                  Col. D

     Name of     Title of      Amount owned           Percentage of
      owner       class        beneficially         voting securities
                                                      represented by
                                                     amount given in
                                                          Col. C

                               Not applicable.


Item 7.  Voting Securities of the Trustee Owned by Underwriters or Their
         Officials.

    Furnish the following information as to the voting securities of the trustee
owned beneficially by each underwriter for the obligor and each director,
partner and executive officer of each such underwriter:


                                    As of:

      Col. A      Col. B          Col. C                  Col. D

     Name of     Title of      Amount owned           Percentage of
      owner       class        beneficially         voting securities
                                                      represented by
                                                     amount given in
                                                          Col. C

                               Not applicable.


Item 8.  Securities of the Obligor Owned or Held by the Trustee.

    Furnish the following information as to securities of the obligor owned
beneficially or held as collateral security for obligations in default by the
trustee:
                                       2


                                    As of:

      Col. A      Col. B            Col. C                Col. D

     Title of    Whether         Amount owned           Percent of
      class   the securities     beneficially          class repre-
              are voting or       or held as            sented by
                non-voting   collateral security       amount given
                securities     for obligations          in Col. C
                                  in default

                               Not applicable.

Item 9.  Securities of Underwriters Owned or Held by the Trustee.

    If the trustee owns beneficially or holds as collateral security for
obligations in default any securities of an underwriter for the obligor, furnish
the following information as to each class of securities of such underwriter any
of which are so owned or held by the trustee:

                                    As of:

      Col. A      Col. B            Col. C                Col. D

     Title of     Amount         Amount owned           Percent of
      issuer   outstanding       beneficially       class represented
    and title                     or held as            by amount
     of class                collateral security     given in Col. C
                              for obligations in
                              default by trustee

                               Not applicable.

Item 10. Ownership or Holdings by the Trustee of Voting Securities of Certain
         Affiliates or Security Holders of the Obligor.

    If the trustee owns beneficially or holds as collateral security for
obligations in default voting securities of a person who, to the knowledge of
the trustee (1) owns 10 percent or more of the voting securities of the obligor
or (2) is an affiliate, other than a subsidiary, of the obligor, furnish the
following information as to the voting securities of such person:

                                    As of:

      Col. A      Col. B            Col. C                Col. D

     Title of     Amount         Amount owned           Percent of
      issuer   outstanding       beneficially       class represented
    and title                     or held as            by amount
     of class                collateral security     given in Col. C
                              for obligations in
                              default by trustee

                               Not applicable.

Item 11. Ownership or Holdings by the Trustee of any Securities of a Person
         Owning 50 Percent or More of the Voting Securities of the Obligor.

    If the trustee owns beneficially or holds as collateral security for
obligations in default any securities of a person who, to the knowledge of the
trustee, owns 50 percent or more of the voting securities of the obligor,
furnish the following information as to each class of securities of such person
any of which are so owned or held by the trustee:
                                       3


                                    As of:

      Col. A      Col. B            Col. C                Col. D

     Title of     Amount         Amount owned           Percent of
      issuer   outstanding       beneficially       class represented
    and title                     or held as            by amount
     of class                collateral security     given in Col. C
                              for obligations in
                              default by trustee


                               Not applicable.


Item 12. Indebtedness of the Obligor to the Trustee.

    Except as noted in the instructions, if the obligor is indebted to the
trustee, furnish the following information:

                                    As of:

                Col. A              Col. B              Col. C
              Nature of             Amount             Date due
             indebtedness        outstanding


                               Not applicable.


Item 13. Defaults by the Obligor.

    (a)  State whether there is or has been a default with respect to the
securities under this indenture.  Explain the nature of any such default.

              To the best of the knowledge of the Trustee, there has not been a
         default with respect to the securities under this indenture.

    (b)  If the trustee is a trustee under another indenture under which any
other securities, or certificates of interest or participation in any other
securities, of the obligor are outstanding, or is a trustee for more than one
outstanding series of securities under the indenture, state whether there has
been a default under any such indenture or series, identify the indenture or
series affected, and explain the nature of any such default.

         To the best of the knowledge of the Trustee, there has not been a
default under any such indenture or series.

Item 14. Affiliations With the Underwriters.

    If an underwriter is an affiliate of the trustee, describe each such
affiliation.

         Not applicable.

Item 15. Foreign Trustee.

    Identify the order or rule pursuant to which the foreign trustee is
authorized to act as sole trustee under indentures qualified or to be qualified
under the Act.

         Not applicable.
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Item 16.  List of Exhibits.

    List below all exhibits filed as a part of this statement of eligibility.

    1.  A copy of the articles of association of the trustee as now in effect.

         A copy of the Articles of Association of the trustee, as now in
         effect, is on file with the Securities and Exchange Commission as
         Exhibit 1 to Amendment No. 1 to the Statement of Eligibility and
         Qualification of Trustee (Form T-1) filed with Registration Statement
         of Morse Shoe, Inc. (File No. 22-17940) and is incorporated herein by
         reference thereto.

    2.  A copy of the certificate of authority of the trustee to commence
        business, if not contained in the articles of association.

         A copy of a Statement from the Commissioner of Banks of
         Massachusetts that no certificate of authority for the trustee to
         commence business was necessary or issued is on file with the
         Securities and Exchange Commission as Exhibit 2 to Amendment No. 1 to
         the Statement of Eligibility and Qualification of Trustee (Form T-1)
         filed with Registration Statement of Morse Shoe, Inc. (File No.
         22-17940) and is incorporated herein by reference thereto.

    3.  A copy of the authorization of the trustee to exercise corporate trust
        powers, if such authorization is not contained in the documents
        specified in paragraph (1) or (2) above.

         A copy of the authorization of the trustee to exercise corporate
         trust powers is on file with the Securities and Exchange Commission as
         Exhibit 3 to Amendment No. 1 to the Statement of Eligibility and
         Qualification of Trustee (Form T-1) filed with Registration Statement
         of Morse Shoe, Inc. (File No. 22-17940) and is incorporated herein by
         reference thereto.

    4.  A copy of the existing by-laws of the trustee, or instruments
        corresponding thereto.

         A copy of the By-Laws of the trustee, as now in effect, is on file
         with the Securities and Exchange Commission as Exhibit 4 to the
         Statement of Eligibility and Qualification of Trustee (Form T-1) filed
         with Registration Statement of Eastern Edison Company (File No.
         33-37823) and is incorporated herein by reference thereto.

    5.  A copy of each indenture referred to in Item 4, if the obligor is in
        default.

         Not applicable.


    6.  The consents of the United States institutional trustees required by
        Section 321(b) of the Act.

              The consent of the trustee required by Section 321(b) of the Act
         is annexed hereto as Exhibit 6 and made a part hereof.

    7.  A copy of the latest report of condition of the trustee published 
        pursuant to law or the requirements of its supervising or examining
        authority.

              A copy of the latest report of condition of the trustee published
         pursuant to law or the requirements of its supervising or examining
         authority is annexed hereto as Exhibit 7 and made a part hereof.
                                       5


    8.  A copy of any order pursuant to which the foreign trustee is authorized
        to act as sole trustee under indentures qualified or to be qualified
        under the Act.

         Not applicable.


    9.  Foreign trustees are required to furnish a consent to service of
        process.

         Not applicable.


                                     NOTE

    The answers to this statement insofar as such answers relate to persons who
are affiliates of the obligors are based upon information furnished to the
trustee by the obligors.  While the trustee has no reason to doubt the accuracy
of any such information, it cannot accept any responsibility therefor.

                                  SIGNATURE

    Pursuant to the requirements of the Trust Indenture Act of 1939, the
trustee, State Street Bank and Trust Company, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of The Commonwealth of Massachusetts, has duly caused
this statement of eligibility to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned,
thereunto duly authorized, all in the City of Boston and The Commonwealth of
Massachusetts, on the 21st day of June, 1994.

                                  STATE STREET BANK AND
                                  TRUST COMPANY



                                   By    Daniel Golden
                                     ---------------------------
                                       Assistant Vice President


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                                  EXHIBIT 6



                              CONSENT OF TRUSTEE

    Pursuant to the requirements of Section 321(b) of the Trust Indenture Act of
1939 in connection with the proposed issuance by FM 1993A Corp. of its Series B
9.75% Senior Secured Notes due November 1, 2003, we hereby consent that reports
of examination by Federal, State, Territorial or District authorities may be
furnished by such authorities to the Securities and Exchange Commission upon
request therefor.

                                  STATE STREET BANK AND
                                  TRUST COMPANY



                                  By   Daniel Golden
                                    --------------------------
                                     Assistant Vice President


Dated:  June 21, 1994


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                                  Exhibit 7

Consolidated Report of Condition of State Street Bank and Trust Company of
Boston, Massachusetts and foreign and domestic subsidiaries, a state banking
institution organized and operating under the banking laws of this common-
wealth and a member of the Federal Reserve System, at the close of business
March 31, 1994, published in accordance with a call made by the Federal
Reserve Bank of this District pursuant to the provisions of the Federal
Reserve Act and in accordance with a call made by the Commissioner of Banks
under General Laws, Chapter 172, Section 22(a).


                                                                  Thousands of
                                                                     dollars  
ASSETS
Cash and balances due from depository institutions:
     Noninterest-bearing balances and currency and coin. . . . .     2,099,778
     Interest-bearing balances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     5,295,054
Securities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     6,127,363
Federal funds sold and securities purchases
  under agreements to resell in domestic offices
  of the bank and of its Edge subsidiary . . . . . . . . . . . .     2,591,354
Loans and lease financing receivables:
     Loans and leases, net of unearned income. . . . . 3,303,789
     Allowance for loan and lease losses . . . . . . .    54,987
     Loans and leases, net of unearned income and allowance. . .     3,248,802
Assets held in trading accounts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     1,440,202
Premises and fixed assets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       349,493
Other real estate owned. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         6,792
Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries . . . . . . . . . . .        23,098
Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding . .        25,759
Intangible assets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        35,222
Other assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     1,005,776
                                                                    ----------
Total assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    22,248,694
                                                                   ===========
LIABILITIES
Deposits:
     In domestic offices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     7,398,604
          Noninterest-bearing. . . . . . . . . . . .   5,191,225
          Interest-bearing . . . . . . . . . . . . .   2,207,379
     In foreign offices and Edge subsidiary. . . . . . . . . . .     8,066,318
          Noninterest-bearing. . . . . . . . . . . .     120,334
          Interest-bearing . . . . . . . . . . . . .   7,945,984
Federal funds purchased and securities sold under
  agreements to repurchase in domestic offices of
  the bank and of its Edge subsidiary. . . . . . . . . . . . . .     3,501,679
Demand notes issued to the U.S. Treasury and Trading Liabilities     1,098,928
Other borrowed money . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       577,315
Bank's liability on acceptances executed and outstanding . . . .        26,118
Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits. . . . . . . . . .             0
Other liabilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       445,948
                                                                    ----------
Total liabilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    21,114,910
                                                                    ----------
EQUITY CAPITAL
Common stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        28,043
Surplus. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       174,652
Undivided profits. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       931,089
                                                                    ----------
Total equity capital . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     1,133,784
                                                                    ----------
Total liabilities and equity capital . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    22,248,694
                                                                   ===========
I, Rex S. Schuette, Senior Vice President and Comptroller of the above named
bank do hereby declare that this Report of Condition has been prepared
in conformance with the instructions issued by the Board of Governors of the
Federal Reserve System and is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

                                                 Rex S. Schuette

We, the undersigned directors, attest to the correctness of this Report of
Condition and declare that is has been examined by us and to the best of our
knowledge and belief has been prepared in conformance with the instructions 
issued by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and is true
and correct.

                                                 David A. Spina
                                                 Marshall N. Carter
                                                 Truman S. Casner

                                                     EXHIBIT 99

                            LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL


                 Offer for all Outstanding Privately Placed
               9.75% Senior Secured Notes due November 1, 2003
                               in Exchange for
          Series B 9.75% Senior Secured Notes due November 1, 2003
                                     of
                               FM 1993A CORP.


     THIS EXCHANGE OFFER WILL EXPIRE AT MIDNIGHT, NEW YORK CITY TIME,
                     ON _____________, 1994, UNLESS EXTENDED


          The Exchange Agent will be State Street Bank and Trust Company,
whose addresses, facsimile number and telephone number are as follows:

By Hand:            By Mail:             By Overnight Express:   By Facsimile:
State Street Bank   State Street Bank    State Street Bank and                 
and Trust Company   and Trust Company    Trust Company           (617) 664-5376
Corporate Trust     Corporate Trust      Corporate Trust             
Window Fourth       Department           Department              
Floor Two           P.O. Box 778         Fourth Floor            
International       Boston,              Two International       
Place Boston,       Massachusetts 02102  Place                   By Telephone:
Masachusetts        Attn: Andrew         Boston, Massachusetts             
02110               Sinasky              02110                   (617) 664-5608
Attn: Andrew                             Attn:  Andrew Sinasky       
Sinasky


                     DESCRIPTION OF SECURITIES TENDERED
     
     
Name and Address of Registered                           
Holder as it Appears on the                              
Privately Placed 9.75% Senior    Certificate Number(s)       Principal Amount
Secured Notes due November 1,             of                    of Old Notes
2003 ("Old Notes")               Old Notes Transmitted          Transmitted


_____________________________    _______________________    ___________________

_____________________________    _______________________    ___________________

_____________________________    _______________________    ___________________

_____________________________    _______________________    ___________________

_____________________________    _______________________    ___________________



         NOTE:  SIGNATURES MUST BE PROVIDED BELOW.  PLEASE READ THE
                    ACCOMPANYING INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.
                                      




Ladies and Gentlemen:
          
          1.   The undersigned hereby agrees to exchange the aggregate
principal amount of Privately Placed 9.75% Senior Secured Notes due
November 1, 2003 (the "Old Notes") for a like principal amount of Series B
9.75% Senior Secured Notes due November 1, 2003 (the "New Notes") of FM 1993A
Corp. (the "Issuer"), upon the terms and subject to the conditions contained
in the Registration Statement on Form S-4 filed by Foodmaker, Inc., the
Issuer, CRC-I Limited Partnership and CRC-II Limited Partnership with the
Securities and Exchange Commission (the "Registration Statement") and the
Prospectus dated _____________, 1994 included therein (the "Prospectus"),
receipt of each of which is hereby acknowledged.
          
          2.   The undersigned hereby acknowledges and agrees that the New
Notes will bear interest from and including July 1, 1994 (the last date on
which interest will have been paid on the Old Notes prior to the exchange).
Accordingly, the undersigned will forego accrued but unpaid interest on his,
her or its Old Notes that are exchanged for New Notes from and including July
1, 1994, but will receive such interest under the New Notes.
          
          3.   The undersigned hereby represents and warrants that it has
full authority to tender the Old Notes described above.  The undersigned
will, upon request, execute and deliver any additional documents deemed by
the Issuer to be necessary or desirable to complete the exchange of the Old
Notes.
          
          4.   The undersigned understands that the tender of the Old Notes
pursuant to all of the procedures set forth in the Prospectus will constitute
an agreement between the undersigned and the Issuer as to the terms and
conditions set forth in the Prospectus.
          
          5.   The undersigned hereby represents and warrants that the
undersigned is not an "affiliate" or "promotor" (as such terms are defined in
Rule 405 under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "Securities Act"))
of the Issuer, is acquiring the New Notes in the ordinary course of the
business of the undersigned and that the undersigned is not engaged in, and
does not intend to engage in, a distribution of the New Notes.
          
          6.   If the undersigned is a broker-dealer, (a) it hereby
represents and warrants that it is holding Old Notes only as nominee or
(b) (i) it hereby represents and warrants that it acquired the Old Notes for
its own account as a result of market-making activities or other trading
activities, (ii) it hereby undertakes to comply with the requirements of the
Securities Act, including the delivery of a prospectus which contains a plan
of distribution with respect to such resale transactions (such plan of
distribution need not name the broker-dealer or disclose the amount of New
Notes held by the broker-dealer) in connection with any resale of the New
Notes received hereby and (iii) it hereby represents and warrants that it has
not entered into any arrangement or understanding with the Issuer or any
affiliate of the Issuer to distribute the New Notes received pursuant to the
Exchange Offer.  The undertaking contained in the


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foregoing sentence shall not be deemed an admission that the
undersigned is an "underwriter" within the meaning of the Securities Act.
          
          7.   Any obligation of the undersigned hereunder shall be binding
upon the successors, assigns, executors, administrators, trustees in
bankruptcy and legal and personal representatives of the undersigned.
          
          
                 SPECIAL ISSUANCE AND DELIVERY INSTRUCTIONS
                             (See Instruction 1)
                                      
                                      
          
          To be completed ONLY IF the New Notes are to be sent to someone
other than the undersigned or to the undersigned at an address other than
that provided above.
                              
                              Mail to:



                              Name____________________________________
                                            (Please Print)


                              Address ________________________________

                                      ________________________________

                                      ________________________________
                                             (Include Zip Code)


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                                  SIGNATURE



                     ______________________________________
                          (Name of Registered Holder)


               By: _________________________________________
                   Name:
                   Title:


               Date:________________________________________


(Must be signed by registered holder exactly as name appears on Old Notes.
If signature is by trustee, executor, administrator, guardian, attorney-in-
fact, officer of a corporation or other person acting in a fiduciary or
representative capacity, please set forth full title.  See Instruction 4.)


         Address         _________________________________________

                         _________________________________________

                         _________________________________________

         Telephone No.   _________________________________________


Taxpayer Identification No.:_________________________________________________

Signature Guaranteed By:_____________________________________________________
                                       (See Instruction 1)


               Title:
               Name of Institution:
               Address:


               Date:


         PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW, WHICH FORM A PART OF THIS
                           LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL.
                                INSTRUCTIONS

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                              INSTRUCTIONS

          1.   Guarantee of Signatures.  Signatures on this Letter of
Transmittal must be guaranteed by a firm that is a member of a registered
national securities exchange, a member of the National Association of
Securities Dealers, Inc. or by a commercial bank or trust company having an
office in the United States (an "Eligible Institution") unless (i) the
"Special Issuance and Delivery Instructions" above have not been completed,
or (ii) the Old Notes described above are tendered for the account of an
Eligible Institution.
          
          2.   Delivery of Letter of Transmittal and Old Notes.  The Old
Notes, together with a properly completed and duly executed Letter of
Transmittal (or a facsimile thereof), should be mailed or delivered to the
Exchange Agent at one of the addresses set forth above.
          
          The method of delivery of Old Notes and other documents is at the
election and risk of their respective holder.  If delivery is by mail,
registered mail (with return receipt), properly insured, is suggested.
          
          3.   Guaranteed Delivery Procedures.  Registered holders who wish
to tender their Old Notes and (i) whose Old Notes are not immediately
available, or (ii) who cannot deliver their Old Notes, the Letter of
Transmittal or any other required documents to the Exchange Agent prior to
the Expiration Date, may effect a tender if:
          
          (a)  The tender is made through an Eligible Institution;
          
          (b)  Prior to the Expiration Date, the Exchange Agent receives
          from such Eligible Institution a properly completed and duly
          executed Notice of Guaranteed Delivery (by facsimile
          transmission, mail or hand delivery) setting forth the name
          and address of the registered holder of the Old Notes, the
          certificate number or numbers of such Old Note(s) and the
          principal amount of Old Notes tendered, stating that the
          tender is being made thereby and guaranteeing that, within
          five New York Stock Exchange trading days after execution of
          the Notice of Guaranteed Delivery, the Letter of Transmittal
          (or facsimile thereof) together with the certificate(s)
          representing the Old Notes and any other documents required by
          the Letter of Transmittal will be deposited by the Eligible
          Institution with the Exchange Agent; and
          
          (c)  Such properly completed and executed Letter of Transmittal
          (or facsimile thereof), as well as the certificate(s) representing
          all tendered Old Notes in proper form for transfer and all other
          documents required by the Letter of Transmittal are received by
          the Exchange Agent within five New York Stock Exchange trading
          days after execution of the Notice of Guaranteed Delivery.

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     Upon request to the Exchange Agent, a Notice of Guaranteed
Delivery will be sent to registered holders who wish to tender their Old
Notes according to the guaranteed delivery procedures set forth above.
          
          4.   Signatures on Letter of Transmittal, Bond Powers and
Endorsements.  If this Letter of Transmittal is signed by a person other than
a registered holder of any Old Notes, such Old Notes must be endorsed or
accompanied by appropriate bond powers, in either case signed exactly as the
name or names of the registered holder or holders appear on the Old Notes.
          
          If this Letter of Transmittal or any Old Notes or bond power is
signed by trustees, executors, administrators, guardians, attorneys-in-fact,
officers of corporations or others acting in a fiduciary or representative
capacity, such person should so indicate when signing, and, unless waived by
the Issuer, proper evidence satisfactory to the Issuer of their authority to
so act must be submitted.
          
          5.   Exchange of Old Notes Only.  Only the above-described Old
Notes may be exchanged for New Notes pursuant to the Exchange Offer.
          
          6.   Miscellaneous.  All questions as to the validity, form,
eligibility (including time of receipt), acceptance and withdrawal of
tendered Old Notes will be resolved by the Issuer, whose determination will
be final and binding.  The Issuer reserves the absolute right to reject any
or all tenders that are not in proper form or the acceptance of which would,
in the opinion of counsel for the Issuer, be unlawful.  The Issuer also
reserves the right to waive any irregularities or conditions of tender as to
particular Old Notes.  The Issuer's interpretation of the terms and
conditions of the Exchange Offer (including the instructions in this Letter
of Transmittal) will be final and binding.  Unless waived, any irregularities
in connection with tenders or consents must be cured within such time as the
Issuer shall determine.  Neither the Issuer nor the Exchange Agent shall be
under any duty to give notification of defects in such tenders or shall incur
liabilities for failure to give such notification.  Tenders of Old Notes will
not be deemed to have been made until such irregularities have been cured or
waived.  Any Old Notes received by the Exchange Agent that are not properly
tendered and as to which the irregularities have not been cured or waived
will be returned by the Exchange Agent to the tendering holder thereof.

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