A court order expected to be released today will decide the fate of Sally Aw Sian's $115.8 million share sales in Sing Tao Holdings. The court order is a prime condition for the sales to proceed as a company related to Hong Kong Tobacco chief Ho Ying-chie is forcing Ms Aw into bankruptcy by filing a petition in the court last month. The deadline of conditions to be fulfilled was postponed again until today from yesterday, Sing Tao said last night. The court order was understood to be the only condition yet to be met as Sing Tao confirmed a buyer - China Enterprise Development Fund (CEDF) - found its due diligence review on Sing Tao's financial and legal aspects satisfactory. Other conditions include confirmation from the Securities and Futures Commission that CEDF is not required to launch a general offer for the Sing Tao shares it has not owned. Dublin-listed funds CEDF and The Investment Co of China are buying a combined 23 per cent stake in Sing Tao from Ms Aw. CEDF, through a wholly owned subsidiary of Hong Kong Sunrise Holdings, revealed its satisfaction over 'a limited scope of due diligence review on Sing Tao's affairs', Sing Tao said, adding it expected the deal to completed by Lunar New Year.