Judge Approves Motion that Benefits Reagor-Dykes Customers
On Wednesday, KFYO and other news sources reported that the Reagor-Dykes Auto Group had filed new court documents in their on-going bankruptcy case.
The documents pertained to Reagor-Dykes’ inability to pay taxes, title and license fees on a number of customer purchases made before the group of companies filed for bankruptcy.
Reagor-Dykes claims that they are unable to pay certain fees due to sequestration of their assets as a result of the bankruptcy and the pending lawsuit by Ford Motor Credit.
As a result, some customers are unable to register their cars with the state and according to Reagor-Dykes, some even face threats of repossession by certain lenders.
This week, Reagor-Dykes requested that a judge allow affected retail lenders the ability to pay outstanding tax, title and license fees for customers also affected by the bankruptcy, even though the law states that it is technically Reagor-Dykes' responsibility.
On Wednesday, a judge granted that motion, which is also expected to remove any negative comments on affected customer’s credit reports.