What Is a Disposition Date?

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Disposition date has several definitions and meanings depending on the context. In criminal law, disposition date refers to the the date on which the outcome of a particular case occurred and in financial matters, it is the settlement date for stock and debt transactions on stock market.
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A disposition date in a court of law refers to the date in which a ruling is made on a defendant. On the disposition date, the defendant will be found either innocent or guilty. The
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Dispositions of Criminal Cases. It's the date that the action is final, usually by sentencing, acquittal, dismissal. With a conviction and sentence imposed, the disposition date is
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Good in a way. The disposition date is the date the case/ticket was taken care of one way or another. It is the date you were defaulted, plead responsible/guilty, or were found responsible
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A disposition date in court refers to a date in which a ruling is normally made on a defendant, he or she will be found either guilty or innocent. It does not ...
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