Where a best interests review assessment1 is carried out and the assessment comes to a positive conclusion2 the supervisory body3 must decide the following questions: (1) whether or not the best interests requirement4 is reviewable on the change of reason ground5; (2) whether or not the best interests requirement is reviewable on the variation of conditions ground6; (3) if so, whether or not the change in the person's case is significant7.
If the supervisory body decides that the best interests requirement is reviewable on the change of reason ground, it must vary the standard authorisation8 so that it states the
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