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Document Overview

A Sub-Contractor Agreement, is a legal document that you can use to set out the terms and conditions between a contractor and sub-contractor for the provision of services. If you are contracted, a sub-contractor or are engaging another party to be a sub-contractor, you need to set out the terms and conditions of the relationship clearly.  

Use this Sub-Contractor Agreement if:

  • You would like to engage a sub-contractor; or
  • You would like to offer sub-contracting services to another entity.

What does the Sub-Contractor Agreement cover?

  • Term of the Agreement;
  • Fees and payment details;
  • Indemnification;
  • Obligations of sub-contractor;
  • Service ordering;
  • Reporting;
  • Performance;
  • Termination;
  • Warranties and disclaimers;
  • Maintenance and support; and
  • Dispute resolution. 

Other names for Sub-Contractor Agreement include:

  • Independent Contractor Agreement; and
  • Sub-Contractor Contract.
  • Icon Australiasuitable for all Australian states and territories
  • Calendarlast updated September 2015
  • Stopwatchunder 15 minutes
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