In a CordaR3 transaction can I consume a state known only by one party?

In a CordaR3 transaction can I consume a state known only by one party?

I have 2 parties (A and B) In the same transaction I want to: Consume an inputState known only by party A, Produce an outputState known only by party B, Produce an outputState known both by party A and B

I have 2 parties (A and B) In the same transaction I want to: Consume an inputState known only by party A, Produce an outputState known only by party B, Produce an outputState known both by party A and B

Is it possible to do that?

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