Hearts have brought their year-long administration nightmare to an end following a hearing at the Court of Session in Edinburgh.
TWO of the saviours of Hearts, Ann Budge and Ian Murray MP, hailed a momentous day for the club yesterday after a deal was struck to transfer a crucial 29% shareholding from Lithuania.
Hearts' administrators are halfway to securing approval for their rescue deal in Lithuania.
Hearts hope to be able to take a major step towards exiting administration next Friday when UBIG's creditors meeting takes place.
Ann Budge, Hearts' prospective chairwomen, has promised an era of "openness" and "transparency" if her takeover of the Edinburgh club is rubber-stamped.