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Please may I ask - is it a non molestation order that you are applying for? are you already in proceedings?
Thank you for confirming that for me.
So your ex must be contesting the proceedings? what is the further evidence? are you listed for a final hearing?
what is the next hearing listed for? normally in my area it would be listed straight to final (the trial - where you both give evidence and the Judge decides) - perhaps in your area you might be listed for directions first ( this being case management)?
It is likely listed for trial and the only reason that the trial wont go ahead is if your ex decides to change his mind.
As you do not have permission to produce the extra evidence I would suggest the following:
1) send a copy to the court
2) send a copy to your ex
3) at the start of the trial - ask the courts permission for the evidence to be included in the case and explain its relevance.
As long as the Judge considers that the evidence is relevant - then they will include it.
let me know if I can help you further
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Setting out like a statement will be helpful for the Judge if you need to explain the relevance.
If the document explains itself then you can just send it as it is.