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Sorry to say, if it is an official report that he has obtained, and he intends to give that to the court in legal proceedings, then yes he can do so.
It is evidence that he has obtained.
You can object to it being given to the court, but the court would more likely ask you is there a previous report and would then order that it be submitted to the court.
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If he has them yes, as advised, you can object to them being introduced and the court will decide. But again as the report exists, it is very likely the court would want to see the old report.
I really can not answer that, I don't know your case, I have not seen the report.
A letter from a GP is not a mental health report and GPs are not experts in mental health.
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