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You need to file a motion to strike his objections as being filed out of time with the court. In the motion you need to state that he failed to file timely objections with the court within the time specified by the rules of civil procedure and as such his objections should be stricken and not allowed based on such untimely filing. The court retains the discretion to allow untimely filed pleadings, so it would then be up to the court in your matter to decide.
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