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Incorrect behaviour adding consent post expiry

I'm not sure which things are intentional and which things are unintended, so that's why I'm writing out this list: - A client who previously had CA + Explicit consent, after they expire, can add consent records. The options are Explicit (that's fine), **Inherited (that's not logical)**. There is  **no option to add CA + Explicit**. - A client who has only Explicit consent can add consent records. The options are Explicit (redundant, but okay), **Inherited (that's not logical)**, and CA consent. - A client who has Declined - Anon consent can add consent records. The options are Explicit (again, fine), Declined - Anonymous (again, fine), and Inherited.  **No option to add CA + Explicit** - A client who has Inherited consent can add consent records. The options are Explicit (okay), Inherited (okay), and **Coordinated Access (wait, what?)**, but there's  **no option to add CA + Explicit**. Philosophical question here. If a client is incapable of providing Explicit consent, since they're a minor and with their parents, should they be capable of providing CA consent? I thought that Explicit consent was a prerequisite for CA consent. I wanted to check because I was pretty sure there was an option to add bundled CA + Explicit consent after client creation, but then I haven't been able to find it. So, is it supposed to exist? Or just my imagination? If you want my opinion, it should exist, because for communities that have automatic consent expiry, they would then have to re-obtain both forms of consent at the same time since both expire at the same time.