[F1118(1)The review of the standard authorisation is complete in any of the following cases.E+W
(2)The first case is where paragraph 110 applies.
(3)The second case is where—
(a)paragraph 111 applies, and
(b)paragraph 117 requires the supervisory body to terminate the standard authorisation.
(4)In such a case, the supervisory body need not comply with any of the other provisions of paragraphs 114 to 116 which would be applicable to the review (were it not for this sub-paragraph).
(5)The third case is where—
(a)paragraph 111 applies,
(b)paragraph 117 does not require the supervisory body to terminate the standard authorisation, and
(c)the supervisory body comply with all of the provisions of paragraphs 114 to 116 (so far as they are applicable to the review).]
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