A Lynchburg circuit judge has ordered a trial to determine who gets a $500,000 bond posted by opponents of a college art sale.
The issue is whether Randolph College was damaged by an injunction that delayed the sale, reportsThe News & Advance.
Richmond-based attorney Anthony F. Troy, who represents the defendants who filed the injunction, argued that the case should be thrown out on a demurrer and requested that the bond be released to his clients.
Gilbert E. Schill Jr., the Richmond attorney who represents Randolph College, argued that the injunction was harmful to the school and hopes to prove in trial that it had incurred at least $500,000 in damage.
By Sarah Rodriguez