Contractor Agreement (Company)

Contractor Agreement (Company)

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Last updated December 2018
Last updated March 24, 2021
Suitable for all Australian states and territories
Suitable for all Australian states and territories

A Contractor Agreement (Company) allows you to engage a contractor that is a registered company. Customisable and ready for use in under 10 minutes.

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Document Overview

This Contractor Agreement (Company) allows you to hire a registered company (ACN) as a contractor. It includes protection for intellectual property, confidentiality, non-solicitation, warranties, indemnities and insurance. Contractors are a great avenue for business' that want to tap into specialised, hard-to-find talent that might not otherwise be available or affordable.

Use this Contractor Agreement (Company) if:

  • You are engaging the services of someone as a Contractor instead of an employee of the company;
  • You want to ensure that the company owns any intellectual property that is developed by the independent contractor for the company; and
  • You are looking to eliminate any confusion about each party’s rights and obligations.

What does the Contractor Agreement (Company) cover?

  • The nature of the services to be performed;
  • Insurance;
  • Termination;
  • Payment and expenses;
  • Non-solicitation;
  • Confidentiality;
  • Intellectual property; and
  • Relevant warranties and indemnities. 

Other names for Contractor Agreement (Company) include:

  • Independent Contractor Agreement;
  • Contractor's Contract; and
  • Services Agreement.

Use this Contractor Agreement (Company) if:

  • You are engaging the services of someone as a Contractor instead of an employee of the company;
  • You want to ensure that the company owns any intellectual property that is developed by the independent contractor for the company; and
  • You are looking to eliminate any confusion about each party’s rights and obligations.

What does the Contractor Agreement (Company) cover?

  • The nature of the services to be performed;
  • Insurance;
  • Termination;
  • Payment and expenses;
  • Non-solicitation;
  • Confidentiality;
  • Intellectual property; and
  • Relevant warranties and indemnities. 

Other names for Contractor Agreement (Company) include:

  • Independent Contractor Agreement;
  • Contractor's Contract; and
  • Services Agreement.

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