Example 2: Vahagn and Livia have a limited subsistence contract for the children with regard to the child Arti. The terms of Arti`s support change and a new fictitious assessment will be issued, which deviates by more than 15% from the previous fictitious assessment. The agreement does not indicate that the child maintenance rate to be paid under the agreement will be changed if child care plans are changed. The circumstances are therefore not taken into account by the agreement and the contract can be terminated. A transitional agreement on child support can be terminated: before the amendments, the only way was to terminate a compulsory maintenance contract if the parties agreed in writing or if one of them received a court order. In order to obtain a court order, a party had to show that exceptional circumstances had occurred since the date of the agreement and that the plaintiff or child would suffer harshness if the agreement was not annulled. The parties may extend the suspension period for a maximum of 26 weeks, by appointment or in special circumstances such as hospitalizations or natural disasters. However, if the agreement does not provide for a change in circumstances, the agreement will continue to be applied in accordance with its terms until its end or end. A child support agreement registered under the Act generally modifies a party`s maintenance obligations that would otherwise be assessed by the child maintenance worker. There are two types of food agreements that are recognized by law, binding agreements and temporary agreements. A parent is clearly a biological parent who lives either in a marriage or in a de facto relationship, whether or not. However, the definition is extended by the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) to include adoptive parents and, in some cases, parents who become adoptive by artificial conception such as IVF.
A child for the purpose of the child`s subsistence includes those born by the parents of a marriage or common-law relationship, adopted children, children born as a result of artificial conception and, in some cases, a child born after the end of the relationship. . . .