Authorised Examiners B Issue Date March 2019 17 7. Applications will be considered by DVSA following appropriate enquiries and inspections. Applicants will be informed in writing as to the outcome of DVSA’s considerations, which will have one of the following results ab Authorisation Granted. This will always have a standard set of conditions but maybe subject to additional conditions specified in the authorisation. Standard conditions include compliance with the requirements of the MOT Testing Guide and the appropriate Inspection Manuals, as amended from time to time and Special Notices. Any additional conditions will be specified within the written authorisation. b. Approval in Principle (AIP) given. This will list items to be complied with before authorisation is granted, and will include a time limit after which the AIP will expire. Where the applicant is not prepared to comply with an item, or items, listed they must notify DVSA as soon as is possible, and before the expiry date of the AIP. The application will then be dealt with as inc below. c. Intention to Refuse notified. If DVSA, on behalf of the Secretary of State, intends to refuse an application (the legal term is is minded to refuse, the applicant will be sent a letter. This will give the reasons) why DVSA intends to refuse the application. The applicant may, within 14 working days of the date of the letter, appeal against the refusal and details of how to do this will be included in the letter. This process follows the same procedures as an appeal against disciplinary action (see Section I. If an appeal is received within the deadline, it will be considered and the applicant told of the outcome in due course. If no appeal is received, a further letter will be sent after the 14 working days to confirm the refusal.