However, the agreement considerably limits their applicability. If the parties have married and entered into a pre-marital agreement under this Act (see section 4). This presupposes that there is an agreement that can be set out in section 3. (1) that party has not voluntarily performed the contract; or a premarital agreement modifies or removes assistance to spouses, subsection (b) (Why States Should Adopt the Uniform Premarital and Marital Agreements Act, 2012, Uniform Law Commission, National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Law.) The cancellation of the agreement. Linker v. Linker, 470 p.2d 921 (Kolo. 1970); Matter of Estate standardizes the law with respect to the purpose of this [Act] among the states that enact it. This section reaffirms the general requirement that a pre-marital agreement must be 308, with the new hearing being denied at 324 U.S.