Julie's will leaves her property in trust for her daughter, Pamela. She picked a major bank as the trustee. One of the assets in the trust estate is a rental property located in a Detroit suburb. The trust agreement contained a provision authorizing the trustee to sell any property, when appropriate. Pamela is a real estate executive and she wanted the trustee to sell the building, since she felt the market was at its peak. The trustee refused to sell the property. Subsequently, the building depreciated to half its value from a year ago. At that time, the bank bought the building so it could expand one of its branches. Pamela sues the bank. What will the court likely due?