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A court disposition is the court's final ruling on a case or issue in legal proceedings. A court disposition is also needed when property is transferred by a deed or will to another's care or possession. More »

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The letter of disposition for courts is an official court document that describes the official outcome of a court case, according to NYCourts.gov. Information including the sentence and outcome of the case are included i... More »

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A disposition date in court is the date a case is actually closed. Both civil and criminal court cases have disposition dates although courts use different terminology. Some courts use terms like ?closed,? ?resolved? or ... More »

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A disposition date in court is the date a case is actually closed. Both civil and criminal court cases have disposition dates although courts use different terminology. Some courts use terms like “closed,” “resolved” or ... More »

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Deferred disposition is a way to remove a traffic citation from a violator's record, and to do so the offender is required to serve a period of probation, which is assigned by a municipal court, according to the municipa... More »

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The letter of disposition for courts is an official court document that describes the official outcome of a court case, according to NYCourts.gov. Information including the sentence and outcome of the case are included i... More »

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