No resolutions in RDAG hearing, though attorneys say they are making progress in TT&L issues

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Updated: Apr. 10, 2019 at 5:14 PM CDT
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LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - There are still more questions than answers in the Reagor Dykes Auto Group bankruptcy case.

Wednesday afternoon’s hearing in federal court offered no resolutions, though attorneys did tell the court they are making progress.

The majority of items on the agenda were moved to later this month or next.

Those items include settling the tax, title and license issues affecting hundreds of customers.

In March, RDAG, the Lubbock County Tax Assessor and the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles worked together on a plan that would allow the county to handle vehicle registration and title transfers for Texas residents who use the Lubbock County Tax Assessor’s office.

There were nearly a dozen objections filed to that motion.

On Wednesday, RDAG group and the parties who objected, told the court they are working together to make adjustments everyone agrees to.

This item will be addressed at the next hearing on April 24, 2019.

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