(1) The period referred to in section 61G(3)(b) of the Act is—
(a) the shorter fixed period (as defined by subclause (3)), if subclause (2) applies to the applicant; and
(b) 13 weeks after temporary additional support commences (the standard period), in all other cases.
(2) This subclause applies to the applicant if, when temporary additional support is granted, the chief executive considers that, on a date (the non-qualification date) before the end of the standard period,—
(a) the deficiency will reduce to nil; or
(b) the applicant will for any reason be ineligible for temporary additional support; or
(c) temporary additional support will for any reason not be payable to the applicant.
(3) The shorter fixed period means a period fixed by the chief executive, but that must—
(a) start at the same time as, but be shorter than, the standard period; and
(b) end on or after the close of the day before the non-qualification date.