25. PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS TO THIRD PARTIES The husband is solely responsible for the payment of the fees and charges collected by the private school for the child (the children), provided that the choice of such a school for the child (the children) is first agreed between the husband and wife. Those school fees paid by the husband must be included in the calculation of their respective income in accordance with Article 56(1)(2) and the second subparagraph of Article 60(1) of the Law on Income Tax, the subsections applying to those payments. (Substantial change in circumstances – General) 26. MAJOR CHANGES IN CIRCUMSTANCES (1) Only subsections 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12 and 14 may be amended if the circumstances change substantially. If such a change occurs, the husband or wife who wishes the change will give the other written notice of the change he or she wishes to change, and the husband and wife will then be advised either personally or through their respective lawyers to determine what change could be made. 2. If no agreement has been reached within 30 [60/90] days of the notification referred to in paragraph 1, fluctuations in the custody, management and maintenance of the wife may be established, either at the request of the husband or wife, by an application under the Family Law, the Divorce Act. or the law reforming the rights of the child. 3. If no agreement has been reached within 30 [60/90] days of the notification referred to in paragraph 2, a change in assistance to the wife may be determined, at the request of the husband or wife, by a sole arbitrator whose award may be challenged in accordance with the provisions of the Arbitration Act.
The notice referred to in this paragraph shall constitute a filing under the Arbitration Act. For a separation agreement to be legally permanent, it is important that all decisions have been made in the document, with both parties in possession of all the facts.. . .