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Exclusive: Court action seeks probe of Trump’s Scottish golf course buys

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By Jason Szep and Tom Bergin (Reuters) – The Scottish government is facing a new legal challenge over its February rejection of a motion to investigate former U.S. President Donald Trump’s all-cash purchases of two golf courses, reviving an effort to force Trump to disclose how he financed the deals. Avaaz, a global human rights group, filed a petition in Scotland’s highest court seeking a judicial review of the Scottish Parliament’s 89-to-32 vote against issuing an “unexplained wealth order” to Trump’s business. The proposed order sought details on the source of the money the Trump Organizati…

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