The Internal Revenue Service on Friday filed a notice of appearance in the ongoing Reagor Dykes bankruptcy case.  In other words, the IRS wants to be officially notified of new developments in the case. 

“The IRS is a creditor and a party in interest,” the IRS wrote in court records.  

Notices to the IRS do not replace notices to any other agency in the federal government.

A list of Reagor Dykes companies filed for bankruptcy on August 1. They were accused by Ford Motor Credit Company of defaulting on $40 million of a $116 million debt.  Ford also accused Reagor Dykes of fraud.

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