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It is actually quite simple, however, you need to check for all parents in the disabled expression. Note that based on your screenshots your question relates to HEAT 201X.XX rather than HEAT Classic. I will give instructions based on this assumption.
First you want to open the Incident Object, and go to the relevant Layout. Edit the Formview for the layout :
Click on "Edit" under toolbar for "Task". This will bring up the toolbar and whatever options are available :
Click on the Pencil next to new, and navigate to the advanced tab.
From here you will be able to either hide the "New" button based on the Parent (OtherObject) status using an expression. For example, the disabled expression will look as follows : $([OtherObject]Status == "Closed")
You could also check for other parent statuses in the same expression for other potential objects using Task.
Thanks for your comments. This did the trick!
I'm going to move this to the correct discussion location so that others that may be looking for this can benefit.