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To answer directly, it is up to the other person to formally request the documentation. A 'shall provide' clause can be reasonably read to mean, that the party 'shall provide' upon request, and the onus is not on them to automatically provide without request. Therefore, if that argument is made, AND the person can show that they are paying timely, without being in arrears, and are still being responsible, I do not see a judge go beyond admonishment unless this party has been in front of this judge in the past for similar infractions or similar misunderstandings.