Final Disposition
5 definitions

Final Disposition
"Final disposition" means the burial, interment, cremation, removal from the Commonwealth or other authorized disposition of a dead body or fetus.
Final Disposition
"Final disposition" means a dismissal, entry of a nolle prosequi, the marking of a criminal charge "stet" on the docket, entry of a not guilty verdict, the pronouncement of sentence, or imposition of probation under § 6-220 of this article.
Final Disposition
"Final disposition" includes an acquittal, dismissal, nolle prosequi, finding of guilty, probation before judgment, plea of guilty or of nolo contendere, marking the charge "stet" on the docket, and an order of an appellate court ending a criminal case.
Final Disposition
"Final disposition" means the burial, cremation, or other final disposition of a body or fetus.
Final Disposition

"Final disposition" means the burial, interment, cremation, removal from the state or other authorized disposition of a dead body or fetus, except that when removal from the state is conducted by the holder of a certificate of removal registration issued under ORS 692.270 (Certificate of removal registration for removal of dead human bodies), the final disposition may not be considered complete until the certificate of death is filed.

Loading conversations.
About this term

Final Disposition has been defined 5 different ways in documents like Code of Virginia, Code of Maryland, Code of Maryland, and 2 more.

Similar or Related Terms