11.6 Both parties guarantee that this marriage contract is fair and accurately reflects their intention in general and with regard to past and future assets and liabilities. 2. BREACH OF PROMISE WAIVER OF CLAIMS Both parties agree and irrevocably declare that they have no right of recourse against the other party if the proposed marriage does not take place for any reason or that, if they had such a right, they are irrevocably annulled by both parties. The United Kingdom courts have a full and absolute margin of appreciation in deciding on the distribution of marriage property; The goal of the courts is to achieve fairness for any financial divorce agreement. The UK courts have full discretion in the application of the terms of a marriage contract and will apply it only to the extent that they consider it appropriate to accept the agreement in the particular circumstances of a particular case. . . .