WA Possible to Object the Subpoena of a Strictly Confidential Document?

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9 March 2018
It is the federal court, Western Australia. The family court is in the same building, the federal court deals with child support issues.

Yes, prohibitive evidence and relevance is an option that may be applied to object to a subpoena.

Thanks all for kind responses.