Time/Date-based Disposition (as well as event-based)

A disposition instruction specifying that a record shall be disposed of after a fixed period of disposition time after a predictable or specified event. Once the specified event has occurred, then the retention period is applied. Example: Destroy three years after close of case. In this example, the record does not start its retention period until after the case is closed. At that time, its folder is cut off and the retention period (three years) is applied.

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