[(1) This section applies in relation to a person if—
(a) the applicable bail period in relation to the person is the period mentioned in section 47ZB(1)(b),
(b) that period has not ended, and
(c) a senior officer is satisfied that conditions A to D are met in relation to the person.
(2) The senior officer may authorise the applicable bail period in relation to the person to be extended so that it ends at the end of the period of 3 months beginning with the person's bail start date.
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