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According to court documents obtained by TMZ.com, a judge entered a default judgment in the producer's favor after staff at the record company failed to respond to the case.


The judge has ordered record label executives to pay Banner the $154,000 he initially claimed plus interest, making a total of $164,303.


The Lollipop musician is also involved in a legal dispute with another producer, Bryan 'Birdman' Williams.


Wayne filed a $51 million lawsuit against his former mentor in early 2015, accusing the Cash Money Records boss of withholding money he is allegedly owed for his still-unreleased album Tha Carter V.


This month (Sep16), a judge ordered Cash Money accountants to open up the company's books to determine how a $100 million advance for the record from executives at parent company Universal Music Group was allegedly spent.