Scottish clubs have voted to end the Scottish Professional Football League season outside the top-flight with immediate effect.
The announcement comes after Dundee reversed an earlier intention to reject the proposals, thus achieving the numbers required for the motion to pass.
Dundee had initially submitted an electronic 'No' vote but it did not reach the SPFL and the club only realised when the league announced the results on Friday.
Their 'Yes' vote on Monday means that the three divisions below the Scottish Premiership will now come to an end.
That sees Dundee United declared as Championship winners, with Raith Rovers and Cove Rangers winning Leagues One and Two respectively.
In a statement the SPFL said: "The SPFL has announced that the directors' written resolution ending season 2019/20 in the Ladbrokes Championship, Ladbrokes League One and Ladbrokes League Two, has been passed with agreement by 81 per cent of all members.
"The announcement comes after the remaining Ladbrokes Championship club signified their agreement to the resolution today."
SPFL chairman Murdoch MacLennan said: "With the turmoil and uncertainty caused by the Covid-19 outbreak, there was always going to be a highly-charged and passionate debate about how we secure the future of Scottish football.
"It is no exaggeration to say that this was an existential matter for Scottish clubs, with many of them telling us they were at real risk of going under unless the situation was resolved very quickly, so I'm pleased that the game has moved decisively.
"Whilst more than 80 per cent of clubs agreed with the directors' written resolution, it's clear that others were strongly opposed.
"There has been talk of voiding the season, making emergency loans and so on, but what has been agreed today is not just the best way forward, it was the only realistic way forward and I now call on all 42 clubs to move forward in a constructive and positive way."
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