The supervisory body must also be satisﬁ ed that there is in respect of the person:
(a) an enhanced criminal record certiﬁ cate issued pursuant to section 113B of the Police Act 1997; or
(b) if the purpose for which the certiﬁ cate is required is not one prescribed under subsection (2) of that
section, a criminal record certiﬁ cate issued pursuant to section 113A of that Act.
The person selected must inform the supervisory body in writing that they are willing to accept the
appointment. Unless they have already done this, by signing Part H of Form 24 where convenient, they can
do so by completing Part F of this form.
The supervisory body may make payments to a representative selected and appointed by it under this
PART D — THE PERSON APPOINTED AND WHEN THE APPOINTMENT EXPIRES
The following individual is hereby appointed to
be the person’s representative
(This is the individual named in Part G of
Form 24 or, if no one is named there, the
person selected by the supervisory body)
This appointment lasts for the same period as the standard authorisation to which it relates, and therefore it
will expire when the existing standard authorisation expires.
PART E — ELIGIBILITY OF THE PERSON APPOINTED
The above person is eligible to be appointed as a representative because they are:
(a) aged 18 or over
(b) able to keep in contact with the relevant person
(c) willing to be the relevant person’s representative
(d) not ﬁ nancially interested (see notes at end of form) in the relevant person’s managing authority
(e) not a relative (see notes at end of form) of a person who is ﬁ nancially interested in the managing
(f) not employed by, or providing services to, the relevant person’s managing authority (where the relevant
person’s managing authority is a care home)
(g) not employed to work in the relevant person’s managing authority in a role that is, or could be, related to
the relevant person’s case (where the relevant person’s managing authority is a hospital); and
(h) not employed to work in the supervisory body that is appointing the representative in a role that is, or
could be, related to the relevant person’s case.
Where selected by the supervisory body because the best interests assessor has been unable to select a
representative, they also meet the additional requirements set out in the note in Part C above.
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