A review assessment is an assessment of whether the relevant person1 meets a qualifying requirement2. In relation to a review assessment a negative conclusion is a conclusion that the relevant person does not meet the qualifying requirement to which the assessment relates and a positive conclusion is a conclusion that the relevant person meets the qualifying requirement to which the assessment relates3.
An age review assessment is a review assessment carried out in relation to the age requirement4. A mental health review assessment is a review assessment carried out in relation to the mental health requirement5. A mental capacity review
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