Yes, a binding financial agreement can be overturned by the Court for several reasons. Common reasons include:

  1. Non-disclosure – If a party does not disclose the full extent and value of their assets at the time when the agreement was drafted and signed, it may be set aside.
  2. Unreasonable Pressure – If a party unreasonably pressures or coerces the other party into signing the agreement, it may be set aside.
  3. Unfairness – If an agreement is not just and equitable (fair), it may be set aside.
  4. Fraud – If an agreement was obtained by fraud, it may be set aside.
  5. Defrauding or defeating a creditor – If an agreement was made to defraud or defeat a creditor (or creditors), it may be set aside.

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