If the supervisory body1 is required to give a standard authorisation2, it must decide the period3 during which the authorisation is to be in force4. A standard authorisation may provide for the authorisation to come into force at a time after it is given5.
A standard authorisation may be given subject to conditions6. Before deciding whether to give the authorisation subject to conditions, the supervisory body must have regard to any recommendations in the best interests assessment7 about such conditions8. The managing authority of the relevant hospital or care home must ensure that any conditions are complied with9.
A standard authorisation
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