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|Predecessor||Counties of Wales|
|Successor||Principal areas of Wales|
|Founder||Local Government (Wales) Act 1994|
Residuary Body for Wales (Welsh: Corff Gweddilliol Cymru) was a non-departmental public body.
The Residuary Body for Wales was established by Local Government (Wales) Act 1994, taking up its duties on 1 February 1995. It was formed primarily to give advice to the Secretary of State for Wales, in respect of the transfer of property, rights and liabilities and related functions from an abolished authority either to a new Principal Council or other public body or the Residuary Body. From 1 April 1996, the Body's role changed, to the management and disposal of any transferred properties.
- "Residuary Body for Wales Accounts" (PDF). Caerphilly County Borough Council. 9 June 2009. Retrieved 23 April 2017.
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