Hearts have escaped disciplinary action by the Scottish Premier League after meeting demands over payments relating to overdue wages.
An SPL sub-committee met earlier this month after players' union PFA Scotland submitted a formal complaint on behalf of Hearts' first-team squad on December 16, when wages were not paid on time for a third consecutive month.
The Edinburgh outfit were set a deadline of January 11 for the payment of December wages, as well as payment of interest on all sums overdue from October, November and December wages.
Hearts were also warned that January salaries must be paid on time on the 16th of this month.
The club confirmed on January 4 - within hours of the SPL's demands - they had paid the December wages owed to their players.
The SPL have confirmed interest payments have now also been made.
A spokesperson said: "Everything is up to date. Everything is in order."
The SPL reminded Hearts that a further condition of the hearing is that this month's wages must be paid on time.
The spokesperson added: "The January salaries are to be paid on time on the 16th."