The following applies if a standard authorisation or an urgent authorisation1 has been given2. Where a standard authorisation has been given, the Court of Protection3 may determine any question relating to any of the following matters:
(1) whether the relevant person4 meets one or more of the qualifying requirements5;
(2) the period during which the standard authorisation is to be in force6;
(3) the purpose for which the standard authorisation is given7;
(4) the conditions subject to which the standard authorisation is given8.
If the court determines any question under heads (1) to (4) above the court may make an
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