The plenary of Senior and Anderson9 left the law uncertain as to the effect of s90G (1). This article focuses on agreements reached as a result of the 2010 amendments. The impact of the 2010 amendments on agreements concluded between 14 January 2004 and 4 January 2010 is also unclear and unclear, but is beyond the scope of this article. The majority, Murphy and Strickland JJ, upheld the appeal against the trial judge`s finding that the agreement was binding, but for a variety of reasons. May J found the agreement binding in a very different judgment. A declaration of separation is not necessary in the first place if the parties divorce or if one or both parties have died (s90DA (1A)). In the case of pension agreements after divorce, the divorce is served on the agent and no declaration of separation is required. The Plenary Assembly of the Black & Black Family Court1 has taken a strict approach to a financial agreement in interpreting the formal requirements set out in Part VIIIA of the Family Law Act. . .

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