Only the supervisory body may give a standard authorisation1 and it may not do so unless the managing authority of the relevant hospital or care home2 has requested it3 or provisions apply4 that relate to the right of a third party to require consideration of whether authorisation is needed5.
If the supervisory body is requested to give an authorisation it must secure that certain assessments6 are carried out in relation to the relevant person7. It must then give a standard authorisation if all the
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