CoinDesk reports that the U.S. branch of Bittrex, a crypto exchange, will open its doors to customers for withdrawals on Thursday after a bankruptcy court in Delaware ruled.

The exchange declared bankruptcy back in May. Its legal bid to allow customers access to holdings again was opposed by the U.S. government. They claim it is still owed million dollars for sanctions violations.

In his ruling on Tuesday, Judge Brendan Shannon allowed Bittrex U.S., its affiliates, and their customers “to withdraw cryptocurrency assets and fiat currencies from the Debtors’ trading platform, to the extent such claims are liquidated.”

The ruling also said that the judgment does not determine who owns these assets legally, or if customer claims are preferred over those of the government. There could be future clawbacks.

Patty Tomasco is a partner of Quinn Emmanuel, a law firm that represents Bittrex. She told CoinDesk via email, “the platform will be available for withdrawals starting Thursday, June 15.

After announcing in March that it would close its U.S. operation the following month, the exchange saw millions in withdrawals. The unit declared bankruptcy on May 8. On May 10, the company reported that it had $300 million in crypto and cash in its U.S. branch. Although bankruptcy proceedings usually include a freezing of transactions, the company claimed it wanted to allow customers to access their funds without lengthy litigation.

Bittrex, like other crypto exchanges like Binance or Cobase had been accused by US regulators of violating federal law for operating an non-registered security exchange.

Sheldon Reback is the editor.