[F189(1)An urgent authorisation ceases to be in force at the end of the period stated in the authorisation in accordance with paragraph 80(c) (subject to any variation in accordance with paragraph 85).E+W
(2)But if the required request is disposed of before the end of that period, the urgent authorisation ceases to be in force as follows.
(3)If the supervisory body are required by paragraph 50(1) to give the requested authorisation, the urgent authorisation ceases to be in force when the requested authorisation comes into force.
(4)If the supervisory body are prohibited by paragraph 50(2) from giving the requested authorisation, the urgent authorisation ceases to be in force when the managing authority receive notice under paragraph 58.
(5)In this paragraph—
“required request” means the request referred to in paragraph 76(2) or (3);
“” means the standard authorisation to which the required request relates.
(6)This paragraph does not affect the powers of the Court of Protection or of any other court.]
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