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Yes, when a case is marked as "disposed", this means that it is closed out. Having said that, it does not provide any information on whether there is a judgment in place or whether that judgment should be set aside. For example, if the defendant prevailed at trial, the case would be disposed but there would be no judgment in place.
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im confused sorry. and if case status states "active" ?
how do i know if there is a judgement?
I don't know why we switched from "disposed" to "active". However, if a case is still "active", then there likely is not a judgment as "active" generally refers to ongoing litigation. Meaning there could not yet be a judgment. The exception would be where there was post-judgment litigation such as an appeal.