PART C — REASONS FOR REFUSING A REVIEW
Where a review was requested on a ground that the supervisory body has rejected, the supervisory body’s
reasons for rejecting the request, or that part of the request, are as follows:
PART D — VARYING THE CONDITIONS OF THE STANDARD AUTHORISATION
Note: there is one exception to the rule that the supervisory body must arrange a separate assessment (a
‘review assessment’) for each qualifying requirement it decides is reviewable.
This is where it has been decided that the best interests requirement (B6 above) is reviewable on the SOLE
ground that there has been A CHANGE IN THE PERSON’S CASE (ground C in B6), as a result of which
the conditions of the standard authorisation may need varying.
Part D of this form should be completed ONLY if this one situation applies. In all other cases, do not
complete it and proceed instead to Part E.
How to complete Part D
Part D should only be completed in the circumstances described in the note above.
If Part D requires completion, the supervisory body must decide whether the change in the person’s case is
signiﬁ cant, having regard to its nature and the period for which it is likely to last.
If the change is signiﬁ cant, you should place a cross in box D1 below, and then arrange a best interests
review assessment by also placing a cross in box E6. The best interests assessor will recommend any
appropriate variations of the conditions once they have completed their assessment.
If the change is not signiﬁ cant, it is not necessary to arrange a best interests review assessment. You can
simply use this form to vary the conditions, whether by amending or omitting an existing condition, or by
adding a new condition. Place a cross in box D2 and then list the new, varied, conditions immediately below.
D1 There has been a signiﬁ cant change in the person’s case and a best interests
review assessment is therefore required.
D2 Although there has been a change in the person’s case, as a result of which it is
appropriate to vary the conditions, the change is not signiﬁ cant and a best interests
review assessment is not required. The new amended conditions are those set out below.
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