There are two guidelines to consider. The first are the (project) agreements that are made. For example: version number is correct, the document is saved on a specific location, the template is used and the document is written in the the agreed language.
The second guidelines to consider are more of the ‘social’ kind. For example: the glossary is updated, the text written for the correct audience, unused template chapters are explicitly marked as such, changes are marked with a color in case of an updated document etc.
You must feel confident that the document is, within the agreed boundaries, 100% fit for review. After all, the review is meant to fix defects, not to let the reviewers finish your document!
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