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from going out of business suffered a setback Wednesday when a judge in the retailer's bankruptcy case wouldn't let Bon-Ton pay $500,000 to help cover the possible buyer's due diligence expenses. Judge Mary F. Walrath of U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware turned down the "work fee" payment request, which an attorney for Bon-Ton said was "a requirement" for an investors group that includes two mall owners to move forward from its letter of intent and make an actual bid for the company. Walrath said Bon-Ton was not paying any other bidder's fees, and that the potential joint bid by Namdar Realty

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