WASHINGTON — Fluvanna County, Va.’s Board of Supervisors and its former financial advisor, Davenport & Co., present two different versions of the December 2008 bond financing for a new high school in documents filed in connection with the board’s lawsuit against the firm.

The board claims Davenport gave it “deceptive, false and misleading advice” and pushed it into serving as a borrower in a standalone deal at high interest rates as the financial crisis was unfolding, instead of taking the more cautious route of participating in a pool deal, which had been sold three weeks earlier.

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