It depends on the terms of the IVA. There is standard clause/modification that payments can reduce by 15% and that the IVA can be extended by 12 months to make up the shortfall but this term may not be in your girlfiend's IVA.
The IP may be talking about proposing a variation to extend the IVA to 7 years, but the main answer to your question there is no set time limit that an IVA is legally allowed to last. It is for the debtor and creditors to agree the period which in the vast majority of cases is 5 years.
Get your girlfiend to check her proposals and modiciations to see what they say about reducing payments.
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