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Judge Robert L. Jones has granted a continuance to a plan of Chapter 7 liquidation for Reagor-Dykes at 9 a.m. March 24th.

KAMC News reports that multiple lawyers voice their frustration by saying the case had already gone on for too long, but Judge Jones says he feels sympathetic to the consumers left with no title to their vehicles.

The council for the Texas Attorney General says 1,300 of consumers' issues have been resolved, but a little over 100 remain. The Attorney General also says that changing from Chapter 11 (reorganization) to Chapter 7 (liquidation) could potentially interfere with fixing remaining consumer issues.

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