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Hi, thank you for your question. From your information the court has not directed for them to file any statements or evidence and you would be within your rights to raise this with the court as they are not directed to attend the hearings to gice evidence. Therefore thr filed evidence should only relate to you and the other party, and any other directed evidence.
Initially I would suggest that you inform the other party/their representatives of this issue and request that it be removed as you object to it. If they do not agree I would suggest you make an application to court under form D11 and a £155 court fee for further directions.
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Thank you for the further information, in that case it should be under Form C2, however most judges are lenient to LIPs and have regularly dealt with issues raised in correspondence to the court even if there is no formal application in place. Just make sure to outline that you are not legally represented.
Given that it appears they are filing evidence without court directions, your objection is reasonable and it would be hard for them to argue for costs.
If she is represented and they can accept service (ie. they are in court record on this matter), then you put her name, and address and contact as her solicitors