(a) a relevant consideration exists, or
(b) he or she is not satisfied that the applicant has provided such information as he or she reasonably requires for the purposes of determining whether a relevant consideration exists.
(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), a relevant consideration exists if -
(a) the applicant stands convicted of an offence under -
(v) this Act,
(b) the applicant stands convicted of an offence under the law of a place (other than the State) -
(i) consisting of an act or omission that, if committed in the State, would constitute an offence referred to in p…