This section contains all the commitments that the contractor makes to the subcontractor and vice versa. Some of the typical inclusions you will find in a subcontracting form contain one of the following terms: The client to whom this document refers is the entity that hired the contractor above. In the second article, “II. The customer, we must identify this third party to complete the language it contains. To do this, we must present the full name of the customer (as it appears in the agreement with the contractor) on the first space. Then we use the following three spaces to present the client`s official postal address. The following article, “III. Services provided,” the products or work that the subcontractor must make available to the subcontractor for the implementation of this agreement should be detailed. Create this information about the void that precedes the parenthesis name “Services.” In addition to consolidating the work for which the subcontractor is engaged, we must continue to define its obligations. This is what is said in the article entitled “IV. Responsibilities for subcontractors. They must place in each box to control a marker corresponding to a statement that sufficiently specifies what the subcontractor must do to be paid by the contractor. Put a signal in the first box if the subcontractor is required to provide “work,” the second box to be coercive when the subcontractor must provide all necessary supplies and products, the third box to be coercive when the subcontractor must provide all the “equipment” necessary for this task, the fourth box to be checked when the subcontractor is responsible for all the “travel” responsibilities that carry out these obligations and/or the last box to be checked, if there are “other” obligations for which the subcontractor is responsible but does not appear.
The subcontractor is responsible for paying its own property and federal taxes. The subcontractor has Prime, the client and each of its executives, employees and representatives before and against all losses, claims, legal fees, expenses, expenses, damages, Judgments, commitments, means, obligations or actions resulting from the negligence or intentional omission or fault of contractors, staff or licensed subcontractors (2) of the breach of a provision of this agreement by subcontractors or its staff or by authorized subcontractors of the subcontractor (3) any allegation that the intellectual property provided by the subcontractor under this agreement has been violated or misappropriated.