The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office confirmed Tuesday that an order of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit had stayed its enforcement of a subpoena for President Donald Trump’s financial records pending a decision by the appellate panel, ending a period of uncertainty about the legal status of the subpoena.

Since oral arguments were heard Friday, The New York Times began to publish a series of articles based on decades of Trump’s personal and corporate tax records; the records themselves have not been released because the Times does not want to jeopardize its sources, executive editor Dean Baquet wrote.