According to media sources, Tesla's CEO is requesting that it happen in February instead.

Why it matters: Twitter seems determined to resolve this quickly, while Musk wants more time for investigation to give himself a better chance of proving his case.

Musk reportedly accused Twitter of "delays" and "evasive answers" when asked how many spam bots were currently active on the platform, according to a summary of the file that was examined by the New York Times

His declared refusal to proceed with the deal is primarily motivated by this problem. Musk hasn't been content with Twitter's information up to this point

What will happen next: According to a court document, a Delaware Chancery judge will hear arguments from both sides in the lawsuit on Tuesday morning

In the meantime, according to a fresh SEC filing, Twitter's board asked shareholders to support Musk's takeover of the business on Friday.