SAN DIEGO The ownership rights to the 42-year-old, family-owned Boll Weevil restaurant chain are unclear as the parent company filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy liquidation earlier this month and shuttered all six corporate locations in Southern California last week. Four restaurants operated by the independent licensees of the landmark burger brand remain open in the Southern California cities of Kearny Mesa, Lemon Grove, Imperial Beach and Ramona, and said they are not impacted by the ...

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