With respect to the certificate of advice, the court stated: “These statements did not meet all the requirements of Article 90G(i)(b) and, in particular, there was no indication of consultation on whether the agreement was fair or prudent. Such an omission meant, in my view, that the agreement did not comply with the provisions of Article 90G and that it was not binding on the parties. 6 But as has already been said, it could be argued that the s.90G contains a contradiction, because its rigor persists (but not on so many issues), but that shortcomings can be forgiven. It is as if the law were beginning to take a position, thanks to a permanent overhaul, that financial agreements should be easier to implement than to avoid. However, the use of binding financial agreements has a number of significant advantages over approval orders. .