A judge ordered Alliance Bank to turn over the titles to eight vehicles it was holding as collateral against AutoUSA.
Last week, the used car dealership won a preliminary ruling in the case which stems from the dealership's financing plan with the bank. The bank claims the dealership has defaulted on its floor plan financing agreement while the dealership claims the bank has acted outside its authority, confiscating all the vehicles, business records and computers from the business in July.
In court documents, the dealership said it twice requested the titles for eight vehicles it sold from the bank, but received no response.
The bank also said the dealership did not respond to requests for documents, including proof of insurance, original titles for vehicles and explanations of the whereabouts of vehicles listed in bank records that are not on the lot.