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No. they're not supposed to. The only exception would be if the judge made a decision and he must have made a certain finding on order to issue that order. Otherwise the party should only put finding in the order that the judge specifically made.
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You can file objections to the order, submit one that you think is correct, and ask the judge to set a HEaring on ENtry of Order.
Yes, you would want to object to it as soon as possible and before it is signed if possible. You can also send a letter explaining the problems to the other side but you want to file the objections with the court even before you write the letter.