LAEC

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AcronymDefinition
LAECLotus Authorized Education Center
LAECLeicester Adult Education College (Leicester, UK)
LAECLongmont Area Economic Council (Colorado)
LAECLos Angeles Electronic Club
LAECLegislative Assembly and Executive Council (Canada)
LAECLos Angeles Ethics Commission (California)
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The Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Act provides the following with respect to the appointment of the Clerk: I "54.
In Nunavut, the process for nominating a Clerk is in the Consolidation of the Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Act.
Bill 56 amended the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act, the Integrity Act, the Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Act, the Nunavut Elections Act, the Official Languages Act and the Representative for Children and Youth Act to provide for uniform definitions of the status of the Information and Privacy Commissioner, the Integrity Commissioner, the Chief Electoral Officer, the Languages Commissioner and the Representative for Children and Youth.
In addition to the supplementary and interim appropriation bills, Bill 1 An Act to Amend the Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Act was considered during this sitting.
On the matter of an assembly's duration, the relative provision in the Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Act begins conditionally: "Subject to the power of the Commissioner to dissolve the Legislative Assembly under subsection 11(1) of the Northwest Territories Act..." This, we argue, affords an assembly the right and the power to seek early dissolution.
Under the Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Act, Standing Committees have the legal power to compel the attendance of witnesses and call for the production of documents.
The Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Act provides that the Premier has the prerogative to assign Ministerial portfolios.
The complaint was made pursuant to section 75 of the Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Act, which requires a Member to "arrange his or her private affairs in such a manner as to maintain public confidence and trust in the integrity, objectivity and impartiality of the member."
This replaced the conflict of interest provisions in the Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Act with a new, stand-alone statute.
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