[F1Variation of conditions groundE+W
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107(1)The best interests requirement is reviewable on the ground that—E+W
(a)there has been a change in the relevant person's case, and
(b)because of that change, it would be appropriate to vary the conditions to which the standard authorisation is subject.
(2)This ground is referred to as the variation of conditions ground.
(3)A reference to varying the conditions to which the standard authorisation is subject is a reference to—
(a)amendment of an existing condition,
(b)omission of an existing condition, or
(c)inclusion of a new condition (whether or not there are already any existing conditions).]