Closed ‘Cheeseburger in Paradise’ owes more than $100,000 in rent, lawsuit says

Closed ‘Cheeseburger in Paradise’ owes more than $100,000 in rent, lawsuit says
Source: Cheeseburger in Paradise MB location FB page

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Paradise comes with a price, according to a lawsuit filed against the now-closed Cheeseburger in Paradise restaurant.

Myrtle Beach Farms Company, a real estate development group, filed a lawsuit last month against Cheeseburger in Paradise and its parent company, Luby’s Fuddruckers Restaurants.

The lawsuit claims that the companies breached the lease agreement and failed to pay rent and other charges on its location on North Kings Highway. It says that as of March 20, the companies owe $81,832.70 in rent and other charges, and $22,716.40 in real property taxes.

Myrtle Beach Farms is asking for the companies to pay the rent and all late charges.

The Cheeseburger in Paradise location closed in Aug. 2018.

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