Can For Enforce A Separation Agreement

The courts of all States are obliged to enforce treaties concluded in all other States as long as those treaties are valid. A written agreement on parental leave may be filed by judicial means pursuant to Article 44(3); A written agreement on contact with a child may be filed by judicial process pursuant to Article 58(3). These agreements can be implemented through the specific enforcement powers of Sections 61 and 63 as well as the extraordinary enforcement powers. There may also be a partial merger in which the agreement is, in a way, as a contact and, in another way, as a court decision. In certain circumstances, a party may terminate a separation agreement and start over with a brand new agreement. The initial agreement would therefore be inconclusive, as if it had never existed in the eyes of the law. . . .