IRS Files Notice of Appearance for Reagor-Dykes Bankruptcy Case
The Internal Revenue Service has filed a notice of appearance in the ongoing Reagor-Dykes bankruptcy case.
KAMC News reports this means the IRS wants to be officially notified of new developments in the case. Notices to the IRS don’t replace notices to any other agency in the federal government.
The IRS wrote in court records, saying, "The IRS is a creditor and a party in interest."
Several Reagor-Dykes companies filed for bankruptcy on August 1 after they were accused by Ford Motor Credit of defaulting on $40 million worth of $116 million of debt.