Camberg, the non-injurious party, asserted its right to the application of the agreement at issue « by an amended memorandum or a counter-appeal to assert a breach ». There is nothing in the registration to indicate that Baylor applied an appropriate procedure to enforce a settlement agreement pursuant to Rule 11, after the parties proposed different interpretations of the agreement. Baylor did not apply for a summary judgment on the interpretation of the agreement within the meaning of Rule 11. Allowing a controversial agreement to be applied under Rule 11, simply upon request and at the hearing, would deprive a party of the right to be confronted with appropriate pleadings, to make defences, to make discoveries and to submit contentious factual issues to a judge or jury. Can a party withdraw its consent to an agreement under Article 11? Maybe. As decided in ExxonMobil Corp. against Valence Operating Co., a party may revoke its agreement under Rule 11 at any time prior to the transfer of the judgment. But even then, a court is not precluded from enforcing an agreement under Rule 11 as soon as the agreement has been rejected by one of the parties. The rule makes sense. If lawyers disagree on who said what or the terms of an agreement, a judge should not have to decide. Honest people often remember details differently. Without a letter, people might understand the details differently at the time the deal is reached.
In conversation, details can be embellished or skipped up to avoid tension. Over time, memories can change. Nina and Charles argued that Anthony and Nicolas failed to get Nina to provide her seamless share in the North Wing with the required access service. But Nina and Charles asked for greater servitude than they had agreed in the Texas family comparison agreement. The court summarized it as follows: yes. A Texas family comparison agreement is considered contractual. Family comparison agreements are interpreted in the same way as contracts in general. Therefore, the courts examine the clear meaning of the terms of a family settlement agreement within the meaning of Rule 11, in order to determine the nature and extent of the agreement between the parties. . . .