New York — TerreStar Networks’ proposal to sell their company to Dish Network was approved Thursday by a Manhattan judge.

The approved $1.375 billion proposal is being applied toward bringing the company out of a nine-month bankruptcy filed in October.

“When we started, everyone was objecting to everything we did, and now we’re at the point where we have a deal and no one’s objecting,” said Arik Preis, a lawyer for TerreStar.

The deal is Dish Networks’ fourth major purchase this year. Reuters reported that TerreStar filed court papers on Wednesday asking Lane to let it repay $1.26 billion owed to secured creditors before the end of September, rather than wait until the deal closes and incur interest at the rate of $46 million a quarter.

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