[(1) This section applies in relation to a person if—
(a) the person's case is an SFO case,
(b) a senior officer has authorised an extension of the applicable bail period in relation to the person under section 47ZD, or
(c) an appropriate decision-maker has authorised an extension of the applicable bail period in relation to the person under section 47ZE.
(2) Before the applicable bail period in relation to the person ends a qualifying applicant may apply to a magistrates' court for it to authorise an extension of the applicable bail period in relation to the person under this section.
(3) If the court is satisfied that—
(a) conditions B to D are met in relation to the person, and
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