WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — The judge in A&P’s bankruptcy case said Thursday that he was inclined to allow A&P to build a new store at a Bedminster, N.J., site despite reservations from the site’s landlord, but officially adjourned the matter until another hearing Nov. 14. Judge Robert B. Drain said he would review testimony from A&P and landlord Partners Development, and encouraged the parties in the meantime to pursue a settlement out of court. As previously reported by SN, Partners ...

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