US President Donald Trump has formally resigned from the boards of his Scottish golf businesses.
The property billionaire promised to hand over direct control of his business interests to his sons before his inauguration which took place on Friday, January 20.
The 70-year-old said the move would avoid any potential conflict of interests between his political and business activities.
Documents lodged at Companies House in Edinburgh dated Friday, January 20 show Mr Trump resigned his directorships of his Scottish businesses on January 19.
They include Golf Recreation Scotland Ltd, SLC Turnberry Ltd, DT Connect Europe Ltd, Trump International Golf Club Scotland Ltd, and Nitto World Ltd.
These cover his two golf courses at Turnberry in Ayrshire and at the Menie Estate north of Aberdeen.
Mr Trump, whose mother was born on Lewis, has pledged to invest £200 million at Turnberry, which he bought in 2014 but which made a loss of almost £8.4m last year.
The Aberdeenshire course – owned by Trump International Golf Club Scotland – lost just under £1.1m in 2015.