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Final hearing, missing disclosure

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2 months 2 weeks ago #515043 by M2020
Final hearing, missing disclosure was created by M2020
At the FDR the court order said each party should, two weeks before the final hearing, serve on the other party updated financial disclosure to include all bank and building society account statements since the last statement was filed and up to date evidence of liabilities. The Applicant’s solicitor has sent me the updated financial disclosure but without any supporting documentation.
I have written to the Applicant’s solicitor and pointed out the wording of the order and that disclosure was incomplete and I have asked for all the bank and building society statements and other missing documents. They have not responded and the final hearing is now less than two weeks away. What can I do to make them comply with the court order?
I have provided full supporting documentation with my disclosure.

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