The court may make a youth rehabilitation order1 which imposes a fostering requirement2 if:
(1) the court is dealing with an offender for an offence which is punishable with imprisonment3;
(2) the court is of the opinion that the offence, or the combination of the offence and one or more offences associated4 with it, was so serious that5 a custodial sentence6 would be7 appropriate8;
(3) the court is of the opinion, where the offender was aged under 15 at the time of conviction, that the offender is a persistent offender9;
(4) the court is satisfied that the behaviour which
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