MLEC

AcronymDefinition
MLECMiami Lakes Educational Center (Miami-Dade County Public Schools; Florida)
MLECMaster-Liquidity Enhancement Conduit
MLECMeriwether Lewis Electric Cooperative (Centerville, TN)
MLECMunicipal Local Exchange Carrier
MLECMalineni Lakshmaiah Engineering College (India)
MLECMansfield Law Enforcement Center (Mansfield, TX)
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By working with FiberRise and ADTRAN to enhance our network and deliver fiber broadband, we know we're taking one of the best steps we can for our members, MLEC President and CEO said Keith Carnahan said.
(27) Model Law on Electronic Commerce of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (MLEC), G.A.
(28) MLEC 6(1) "Where the law requires information to be in writing, that requirement is met by a data message"; UETA 7(c) "If a law requires a record to be in writing, an electronic record satisfies the law; UECA 7 "A requirement...
According to UN Commission on International Trade Law, MLEC seeks to enable and facilitate transactions done using electronic means by providing governments with internationally acceptable rules aimed at removing legal obstacles and increasing legal predictability for e- commerce.
With the freeze of the asset-backed commercial paper market leaving assets stuck in banks' SIVs, officials in the Treasury's Office of Domestic Finance developed the MLEC plan as a temporary "bridge" structure to give participating institutions time to reprice and reassess risk.
(112) Section 10 of the ETA (based on Art 7 of the MLEC), recognizes the validity of electronic signatures under certain terms and conditions without describing what an electronic signature is.
The MLEC concept was announced on October 15, 2007, in a joint press release from J.P.
Perhaps the MLEC will allow an orderly write-down over the course of the next year or more, softening the blow and bringing investors back into the market.
Modified leprosy elimination campaign (MLEC) for case detection in a remote tribal area in the State of Orissa, India.
The adoption of a simple, cheap yet effective strategy such as FMC could act as a bridge between intensive approaches such as MLEC and voluntary reporting.
As also reported, during the Modified Leprosy Elimination Campaign (MLEC) IV that was undertaken in India, 20% of leprosy cases were wrongly diagnosed by medical officers.