The federal courts are poised to rule soon on a probate lawsuit brought by a prominent New York businessman against Donald Trump.
A New York judge granted Trump’s motion to dismiss a case brought by Donald Trump against the Trump Organization.
The judge will rule in the case of a $1.3 billion probate suit filed by former Trump International Hotel in Atlantic City.
Trump has argued that his rights to the hotel, which is owned by his company, are violated by the probate case.
The case is now on hold while the Supreme Court decides whether to hear the probacy lawsuit.
Trump sued the Trump International to recover damages stemming from the hotel’s failure to honor its obligations to tenants, who owed money to Trump in connection with a mortgage he did not honor, according to court documents.
The hotel has denied wrongdoing.
The Trump Organization and the Trump family filed an answer to the probates lawsuit that also argues that the lawsuit is moot.
Trump also has a lawsuit filed against a California judge that claims that Trump has the right to sue for a variety of reasons, including defamation, invasion of privacy, and fraud, according for the New York Daily News.
The probate court is set to hear arguments in the Trump vs Trump case on June 8, the New Jersey Division of Probate Services said.
The state Supreme Court will decide whether to rule on the case on April 22.