Final disposition definition

Final disposition means the burial, interment, cremation, removal from the state, or other disposition of a dead body or fetus.
Final disposition means the ultimate termination of the criminal prosecution of a defendant including, but not limited to, dismissal, acquittal, or imposition of sentence by the court.
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, the final disposition may not be considered complete until the certificate of death is filed.

Examples of Final disposition in a sentence

Final disposition regarding conflicts of interest shall be determined by majority vote of the Board.

Final disposition of material – disposed, recycled, or other (by percentage as needed).

Final disposition of material – % disposed, % recycled, % transformed.For example, for each waste/material stream, how long will the material be stored on site, where will it be stored, to where will it be hauled, how frequently will it be removed, etc.


More Definitions of Final disposition

Final disposition means the burial, cremation, interment, or other legal disposition of a dead body or fetal remains.
Final disposition means the implementation of a court order for the disposition or placement of a youth as provided in 41-5-1422, 41-5-1503, 41-5-1504, 41-5-1512, 41-5-1513, and 41-5-1522 through 41-5-1525.
Final disposition means the ultimate termination of the criminal prosecution of a defendant by a trial court, including dismissal, acquittal or imposition of a sentence.
Final disposition means the burial, interment,
Final disposition means the burial, interment, cremation, or other disposition of a dead body or stillbirth;
Final disposition means, in a civil or criminal proceeding, when (i) a final judgment, sentence, decree, or order of dismissal has entered as to all claims, counts, and parties, (ii) any timely post-judgment motions have been disposed, and (iii) any appeal has been concluded and the rescript entered.
Final disposition means disposition of a decedent’s remains, including any of the following: