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- The prospect of an investigation into Trump's Scottish golf courses receded after a legal ruling.
- Campaigners had argued that ministers should pursue a money-laundering investigation into Trump.
- A judge ruled that ministers could delegate that responsibility, effectively ducking the decision.
Hopes of an investigation into Donald Trump's all-cash purchases of a Scottish golf course receded on Thursday when a judge issued a legal ruling about so-called "McMafia" orders in Scotland.
Edinburgh's Court of Sessionnot to investigate Donald Trump's 2014 purchase of Turnberry, the historic golf resort near Glasgow.
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Campaign group Avaaz brought the case after the Scottish government in February(UWO) against Trump.
UWOs give prosecutors the power to require people or organizations to explain how they acquired assets such as expensive property. They are known as "McMafia" orders in reference to.
Avaaz argued that a "towering cloud of suspicion" hangs over Trump's purchase of Turnberry,.
The court on Thursdayto apply for Unexplained Wealth Orders against individuals.
Craig Sandison, the senior judge who issued the ruling, agreed with the Scottish government that ministers could delegate that responsibility to the Lord Advocate, Scotland's chief legal officer.
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Dorothy Bain, the Lord Advocate, could still initiate a UWO against Trump, though to date she has made no signs that she will.
The ruling means Nicola Sturgeon and other Scottish ministers will not be forced to decide one way or the other.
Avaaz said that Bain, who was appointed in June, should move to start the investigation.
Nick Flynn, legal director at Avaaz, said in a statement: "The law may have been clarified, but a cloud of suspicion still hangs over Trump's purchase of Turnberry.
"By any measure, the threshold to pursue a UWO to investigate the purchase has easily been crossed.
"The Lord Advocate should take urgent action in the interest of the rule of law and transparency, and demand a clear explanation of where the $60m used to buy Turnberry came from."
Insider contacted the Scottish government for comment but did not immediately receive a reply.
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