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Yes, they do though I would word it as "they have an ongoing duty of disclosure) which is the case for both parties. So if you come in to more evidence or they do, you have to disclose it as soon as possible. If you held any evidence back they will argue you ambushed them at the hearing and the judge may not let the new evidence in. As the parties need to be on an even playing field and the courts deal with cases "justly", as per CPR rule 1 and the Overriding Objective.Your draft looks fine to me so yes, go ahead and send it to them.
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