Some of the comments on this thread indicate a simplistic take on corporate law. It has strict provisions and protections - and despite some posters' desires, the "state" of a specified corporation such as the Watchtower Society is strictly confidential - as indeed it should be under the law.
To the best of my 'legal' knowledge, corporations are usually directed by their own legal advisors and the Watchtower is no different.
It would not have to take an "external" ruling to bring construction to a halt. Instead, their own attorneys and accountants would be up with the play and provide clear warnings about the financial health of the organization.
Besides, the financial state of corporations is not accessible to the public - unless there are clear indications of illegal activities - and then that would need to be determined by the judiciary.
It is akin to an individual facing tough measures to bring his/her finances back into line yet, to date, he/she has not committed any crime. Nosy neighbors may want to know what is going on but, by law, they cannot and should not. Yes, there is a lot of speculation about the "health" of the organization - but unless there is any illegal activity, the likelihood is slim of the public being granted access to the Watchtower's books.