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Club Rock injunction upheld - Judge allows owner to use property for church functions

June 11, 2014

Club Rock owner Larry Fair (left) and his attorney, David Daniels, stand together during a hearing about the status of a temporary restraining order against Club Rock Tuesday in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court. (Photo by Alex Holloway, SDN)

Both sides agreed to maintain the status quo with a minor stipulation as a hearing on a temporary restraining order against Club Rock moved through Oktibbeha County Circuit Court Tuesday.

Attorneys representing Oktibbeha County and Club Rock owner Larry Fair agreed that a previously issued temporary restraining order against the nightclub will remain in place with the added stipulation that Fair can use the property to allow church groups to host events. In order to comply with the modified restraining order, Oktibbeha County Sheriff’s Department must be notified before any events and all events must end before 7 p.m. Alcohol and firearms are also prohibited on the premises.

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