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There is no specific form or wording you need to use in order to oppose an application for extension of the submission of documents. All you have to do is just send a response to the tribunal, by post or email, with your reasons for refusing their application.
Regardless of your response of reasons for rejection, the tribunal has the last word in this matter so it is possible for them to allow the extension even if you have initially opposed it. A part does not always need a bulletproof reason for requesting an extension and tribunals can be relatively lenient in extensions as long as it is not an ongoing abuse of process or the other party continuously taking advantage or being unreasonable. So you can of course reject their application but bear in mind that is not the decisive factor in whether it is officially rejected by the tribunal.
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