My rights for my child.
It is not a legal right unless you have a court order that enforces that right. BUT you do have a reasonable and proper expectation to have that information. It is highly unreasonable not to have such basic courtesy extended and if that sort of activity extends to general workings between the parents then I would have to say it does not auger well for on going arrangements.
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