On April 15, the Obama administration issued a reply memorandum to the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, urging the dismissal of a complaint by Ralls Corp., a company owned by Chinese nationals that attempted to acquire wind farms in the U.S. In September 2012, two presidential orders were released: one to prevent the acquisition of four wind farm companies by Ralls and one to order the divestment by Ralls of the wind farm companies. The company claims the President should, under the Due Process clause, disclose what information he used when issuing the presidential orders. An earlier decision dismissed most of the complaint except the due process question. The reply memorandum said the company did not have any property interest, meaning the President did not have to follow any particular procedure.