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NSW Family Law Matter - Federal Circuit Court Trial

Discussion in 'Family Law Forum' started by Tuchuzy, 13 July 2015.

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  1. Tuchuzy

    Tuchuzy Well-Known Member

    23 March 2015
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    More of a procedural question really.... we are about to go to trial (20th July - family law matter in the Federal Circuit Court) and I have finally received updated affidavit.

    I am responding to this and am self represented at present.

    I haven't received any material from the Applicant about witnesses or subpoenas etc. Would I see this prior to Trial?

    The father is self represented too.

    Thanks in advance....
  2. AllForHer

    AllForHer Well-Known Member

    23 July 2014
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    Only if they're relying on evidence provided by a witness. If they haven't filed any witness affidavits or the like, they cannot depend on those witnesses at trial. But summarily, yes, they are required to provide any affidavits from witnesses/subpoenas prior to trial.

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