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 court disposition is essentially the court's final decision. The Supreme Court has three options to choose from when reviewing lower court decisions, including to reverse, vacate or void, to affirm, or to remand. More »

According to USLegal, a disposition date can have different meanings, depending on context. A financial disposition date is the settlement date in which a stock or bond transaction takes place on the stock market. This t... More »

Finding a court date involves finding the jurisdiction of a case, finding the case number and looking it up online. Failing to appear in court on the scheduled date may lead one to lose the case, pay a fine or even get a... More »

When a court case is adjourned, it is postponed either indefinitely, until a later date or definitely in anticipation of a dismissal. When the court case has an adjournment that is final, it is said to be "sine die." More »

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 »

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 »