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Government of Wales Act 2006


Section 132: Account Relating to Welsh Consolidated Fund

482.As well as accounts of their own transactions, the Welsh Ministers must prepare an account of all receipts into and payments out of the Welsh Consolidated Fund in any financial year (subsection (1)). The account must be prepared in accordance with directions given to the Welsh Ministers by the Treasury (subsection (2)). The account must be submitted to the AGW, who must report on it to the Assembly (subsections (4) and (5), which also lay down the time-scale within which these actions must be performed). In examining the account, the AGW must be satisfied that any payments out of the Welsh Consolidated Fund, referred to in the account, complied with the conditions laid down in sections 124 or 130, and that any monies received by the Welsh Ministers were paid into the Welsh Consolidated Fund, unless they did not have to be by law (subsection (6)).

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