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BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The owner of a Boca Raton gym is facing a major lawsuit from a landlord who claims the gym owes more than $1M in rent.
“Michael’s Powered By Busy Body Fitness” owes $1,332,329 according to the suit filed in Palm Beach County Circuit Court. The gym is located at 5994 SW 18th Street. The suit says payment is legally guaranteed by Ron Buckholz.
“Despite the demands by Plaintiff for said sum, Defendant RHJ LLC dab Michael’s Powered By Busy Body Fitness” has failed and refused to pay the amount due and owing Plaintiff,” states the suit. “There is now due and owing to Plaintiff by Defendant Ron Buckholz as guarantor, the sum of $1,332,329,83 jointly and severally with Defendant RHJ LLC dba Michael’s Powered By Busy Body Fitness.”
Buckholz, according to the suit, had just agreed to a “COVID” rent agreement that lowered the gym’s monthly rent considerably. The suit alleges, however, that the gym still defaulted.
The 13,500 foot facility is part of “The Shoppes at Village Pointe,” referenced as BOCA SVP, LLC.
Read the complete suit, with the lease agreements, below. If you are reading this in a news app, click here to access the document.gym_suit
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