A sub-contractor agreement is used when the hired party is a subcontractor who is hired by a contractor to perform a specific part of a larger project. This type of agreement is typically used in construction projects, where a general contractor hires subcontractors to perform specialized tasks, such as plumbing, electrical work, or painting.
The agreement outlines the scope of work to be performed by the subcontractor, the payment terms, the timeline for completion, and any other terms and conditions relevant to the project. It may also include provisions for intellectual property ownership, confidentiality, warranties, and dispute resolution.
In general, a sub-contractor agreement is used when a contractor needs to hire a specialized worker or team to complete a specific part of a larger project, and wants to ensure that the terms of the engagement are clearly defined and agreed upon by both parties.
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