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Old 01-05-2014, 01:54 PM
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17. COST OF LIVING CLAUSE
(1) The amount of support payable pursuant to paragraph(s) 11, 12 14 will change at one-year intervals, in accordance with the All Items Consumer Price Index for the City of _____________, as provided by Statistics Canada.
(2) This change in amount will occur on________ of each year in which support is payable, starting with , [the next following year]. This change will be equal to 100% of the percentage change in the Consumer Price Index:
(i) for______ , from the month of execution of this agreement to ; and
(ii) for each subsequent change, in the twelve‑month period from the previous to the of the year of the current change.
(3) In the case of an increase, if in any such year the husband's income as defined in the Income Tax Act (without reduction of employment expenses or gross up for dividends), for period prior to the proposed increase, does not increase at the same or greater percentage than the percentage increase in the cost of living calculated in subparagraph l above, at the husband's option the increase will be equal to the percentage increase in his income, so calculated.


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18. VARIATION AND INDEXING
The parties expressly agree that either party may apply to the court of appropriate jurisdiction for the purposes of varying or indexing the support provisions of this agreement.
19. NO VARIATION OR INDEXING
The parties expressly agree that neither of them will apply at any time to court to vary or index the support provisions of this agreement.
20. EDUCATIONAL EXPENSES
The husband and wife will contribute [equally/proportionately] toward the costs of the post‑secondary education of the child(ren), which costs include tuition, residence, supplies, equipment and other incidental expenses.
21. MEDICAL AND DENTAL EXPENSES
(1) The husband is presently covered by group dental, extended health and drug plans through his employment at [employer]. He will continue this coverage:


(i) in the case of the wife, until one of the following occurs:
(a) the marriage is terminated;
(b) the wife cohabits with another man;
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