As a general rule, transaction agreements can be cancelled under derbgericht 60, which contains exemption provisions for a judgment. Under the rule of preliminary procedure 60, the reasons cited are: 1) error, surprise or negligence that may be innocent; 2) any basis for an error correction request; 3) fraud; 4) the pronouncement of the judgment was late; 5) except in the case of divorce, the protocol does not show that the party was represented by a guardian; 6) the judgment is non-pronounced; 7) the judgment has been respected, released or exonerated or is no longer fair that the judgment has forward-looking motions; 8) any reason for an exemption from the application of the above judgment. Points 4 and 5 do not apply to divorce agreements. As a general rule, item 2 would not apply, since an application to correct the error is filed on the basis of a court decision, not on the basis of a transaction contract. For other reasons, the procedural rule requires that the application be filed within a reasonable period of time for 6, 7, 8 and no more than one year after judgment 1 and 3. The most common reasons given for delaying an agreement are fraud or error. However, in the current circumstances, an obligation to a transaction contract can no longer be possible or reasonable. In such a case, reason 7 would apply. In addition, reason 8 is a kind of « catch all » provision which is an attempt to cancel an agreement. IC 31-11-3-9 Undported Marriage Effect Section 9. When a marriage is declared null and void, an agreement that would otherwise have been a pre-marital agreement is enforceable only to the extent necessary to avoid an unwarranted result. As added by P.L.1-1997, SEC.3.
Also known as a pre-marital or antenuptial ice treatise, it is a contract between a man and a woman that is performed in contemplation of marriage. The consideration of the contract is the promise to marry and it only takes effect with the marriage of the parties. IC 31-11-3-6 Dry Deadline 6. A pre-marital contract takes effect with the marriage. As added by P.L.1-1997, SEC.3.