(a)(1) The court may enforce by power of contempt the provisions of a deed, agreement,
or settlement that are merged into a divorce decree.
(2) The court may enforce by power of contempt or as an independent contract not superseded
by the divorce decree the provisions of a deed, agreement, or settlement that contain
language that the deed, agreement, or settlement is incorporated but not merged into
a divorce decree.
(b) The court may modify any provision of a deed, agreement, or settlement that is:
(1) incorporated, whether or not merged, into a divorce decree; and
(2) subject to modification under § 8-103 of this subtitle.
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