BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Some landlords for Bruno’s Supermarkets — including Ahold, which once owned the chain — have asked U.S. Bankruptcy Court here to deny Bruno’s request for a 60-day extension to pay rent owed after its bankruptcy filing, saying the retailer has already made the decisions on store closures it claims to be still considering. In court papers filed this week, lawyers for Ahold, which became a landlord at four Bruno’s locations after it sold the chain to Texas-based ...
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