For example, when an agreement on the child support system has been transformed into a court order and the agreement is violated by a father who repeatedly fails to pay child support on time, the mother can go to court to assert her rights to child support in accordance with the order and the father risks additional fines, or even prison sentences, if he does not respect his maintenance obligations in accordance with the ordinance. Under a federal law known as the Bradley Amendment, a support order cannot normally be changed retroactively. In other words, an amendment normally takes effect only when an amendment is tabled. There are a few exceptions to this rule, for example. B when a person has not been able to submit and submit an application earlier due to a physical or mental disability. However, as a general rule, an amendment shall not take effect until the date of entry into force of judicial or administrative proceedings upon request. If both parties have signed an identical document prior to any amendment, the registrant may accept the original agreement without taking into account the amendment. If the amendment was made after the agreement was signed by one party, but before it was signed by the other, the parties did not sign the same document and there is no agreement between them. In such cases, the Registrar will determine that the agreement is not a mandatory subsistence agreement for the children, in accordance with Section 80C(2) of the CSA Act. The parent who requested acceptance of the agreement may withdraw the request for acceptance and request it again once independent legal advice has been requested….