I am the applicant. Yesterday in the position statement of the respondent there was the following statement:
“There is now produced and shown to me marked JS1 a true copy of his email to my friend dated 8th October 2018”
I do not know which email the position statement is referring to (it wasn’t presented to me).
Can such thing (I will not call it evidence) be admitted in the court?
I have certain views about privacy and confidentiality, as well as family law system in the UK that operates as secret courts. I treat all my communication as public (don’t trust my device, don’t trust internet provider, don’t trust my browser) and yet I cannot understand why a 3rd party communication should matter to the court in any way?
The main question remain valid - is it legally valid to include a correspondence to a 3rd party in the position statement?