Where an application for bail has been made1 the Special Immigration Appeals Commission2 must serve written notice of its decision upon the application and, if and to the extent that it is possible to do so without disclosing information contrary to the public interest, the reasons for its decision on the applicant, the Secretary of State3, and the person having custody of the applicant4. Where bail is granted, the notice must include the conditions of bail and the amount of any financial condition which the Commission has imposed on
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