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Vocabulary Term Details

Public bodies

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In the United Kingdom, a public body is a corporate body created by statute. It typically has no shareholders and its powers are defined by the Act of Parliament which creates it, and may be modified by later legislation. (Wikipedia)

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N/APublic sector

This term is used for the following terms: 
Statutory corporation

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