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MLAAMadaripur Legal Aid Association (Madaripur, Bangladesh)
MLAAModern Language Association of America (New York, NY)
MLAAMutual Legal Assistance Agreement (various organizations)
MLAAMedical Library Assistance Act
MLAAMedford Lakes Athletic Association (Medford, NJ)
MLAAMigration Legislation Amendment Act (Australia)
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The Dutch Liberal MEP Sophie in t' Velde argued that common data protection norms should be a prerequisite for implementing the mutual legal assistance agreement. Within this context, she highlighted a newly-adopted US law - the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) - that allows US authorities to intercept phone calls between EU citizens.
The United States and the DR do not have a bilateral mutual legal assistance agreement (MLAT) but do in fact use the MLAT process via multilateral law enforcement conventions to exchange data for judicial proceedings.
* EU-USA Extradition and Mutual Legal Assistance Agreement
No new agreements are in the pipeline, however, as the EU and US signed an extradition and mutual legal assistance agreement on June 25, 2003.
Uzbekistan does not have an extradition treaty or mutual legal assistance agreement with the United States, but is a signatory to the 1988 UN Drug Convention and obligated to assist in accordance with its provisions.
Although there is no bilateral extradition treaty between the United States and Taiwan, a bilateral mutual legal assistance agreement is in place through which Taiwan regularly affords mutual legal assistance to U.S.
A mutual legal assistance agreement has been signed by the United States but not yet brought into force with Colombia.
One provision included in the U.S.-EU mutual legal assistance agreement, which the Netherlands has ratified, will facilitate the exchange of information on bank accounts.
The United States and Estonia are parties to a mutual legal assistance agreement which entered into force on October 20, 2000.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian supertanker Grace 1 was released from detention by Gibraltar authorities on Thursday, shunning a Washington request to transfer the seized ship to the US jurisdiction based on a mutual legal assistance agreement between the two sides.
The CIB says that as Taiwan and Japan do not have diplomatic relations, there is no mutual legal assistance agreement and the suspect is an Iraqi national.
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