Street took 75 days to give written reasons for judgment when applicant had only 21 days to appeal

The federal court has again criticised the controversial judge Alexander “Sandy” Street, after he again failed to publish reasons for a decision in time for an asylum seeker to appeal.

Street, who sits on the federal circuit court, took 75 days to publish written reasons for a judgment he delivered orally in Sydney in July, dismissing an application by the Iranian asylum seeker for a review of a visa rejection and ordering him to pay more than $7,300 in costs. The man had 21 days to submit an appeal.

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