I would start by reaching out to her supervisor and discussing the situation with that person first. You can provide a copy of the court order showing that you have a 50/50 split for decision making. That should work. Otherwise you may have a cause of action against the daycare for interfering with your rights.
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No, you cannot (successfully) take the daycare owner to court for anything. Any custody judgment is a court order that applies to a legal dispute between you and the mother. It has no power to alter the rights and responsibilities of third parties. Also, the daycare owner's "being hostile with you" is not a violation of your rights. Start by providing the daycare with a copy of the custody judgment, which should indicate that you have a right to such information.
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