Ventura Supreme Court will hear a lawsuit over the Trump National Golf Club in northbrook on Tuesday, according to the Northbrook Daily Herald.
The case was filed in November, according the Herald, after a Trump spokesperson refused to provide the court with any documents or information.
The case centers around whether Trump violated a legal obligation to provide environmental review documents that were necessary to allow the project to proceed.
Trump’s lawyer, Mark Zaid, is arguing that because Trump did not have a legal duty to provide these documents, the judge should order the release of them.
Trump has maintained that he has a right to make decisions about the future of the golf course, including the future ownership of the course.
He has also stated that his golf club would not be allowed to reopen until he had met the conditions outlined in the deal, which were to be met by 2020.
The lawsuit has been filed by the environmental group Ecojustice.