ballot date
ballot date
the date and time when all votes for accepting or rejecting the plan of reorganization must be received (Glossary of Common Bankruptcy Terms)

concerning a bankruptcy reorganization, the date and time, set by the bankruptcy court, by which all votes for accepting or rejecting the plan of reorganization must be received. (Common Bankruptcy Terms)

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