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91 Dissolution of FEFC for Wales
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91Dissolution of FEFC for Wales
(1) On the appointed day—
(a) the Further Education Funding Council for Wales shall be dissolved, and
(b) all property, rights and liabilities to which it was entitled or subject immediately before that day shall by virtue of this section become property, rights and liabilities of the National Council for Education and Training for Wales.
(2) The appointed day is the day appointed under section 154 for the commencement of this section.
To be appointed
To be appointed: see s 154(2)(b).
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