Dunfermline have staved off the threat of liquidation following a court case on Friday relating to a dispute over their training ground.
Former owner Gavin Masterton had raised an interdict in a bid to prevent administrators BDO from renouncing a lease with Fife Council for the Pitreavie ground.
One of the conditions of a takeover by Pars United was for the lease to be terminated so as not to take on the responsibility for ongoing maintenance.
The petition raised by Masterton was refused at the Court of Session in Edinburgh, paving the way for the fans group to complete their purchase of the Scottish League One club next week.
A Company Voluntary Arrangement was agreed with creditors in July, with Pars United in the driving seat to complete a takeover until the late obstacle emerged this week.
Bryan Jackson, business restructuring partner with BDO LLP, said: "I am pleased that the interdict has not been successful and that we can now proceed with the completion of the CVA at Dunfermline and get Pars United in place as quickly as possible.
"This was a distraction from the transfer of the club to its new owners and I am glad that sense has prevailed."
A Pars United statement read: "Pars United are delighted with today's decision at the Court of Session, and will now liaise with their professional advisers and hope to finally complete the purchase of Dunfermline Athletic Football Club and East End Park early next week."