Most think that Subcontractor Agreements only exist within the construction industry. This is, however, very far from the truth. In fact, a subcontract is any contract to perform part or all the obligations set forth in a third party’s contract. Thus, just as the carpenter hired by your general contractor to complete a portion of your house is a subcontractor, so to is the website promoter hired by your website developer to fulfill the site promotion obligations you paid your developer for.
If you run a business, you and/or your business may be involved in subcontract situations all of the time. Either you pass your obligations off to someone else, or you regularly receive work under other pre-existing contracts. In either case, you are dealing with subcontract situations.
If you feel that by designing a Subcontractor Agreement your interests can be better protected, the Gabriel Law Office, PLLC can help. We have the skill to draft a Subcontractor Agreement to meet your needs and protect you and your business. Contact us if you would like to learn more about how a Subcontractor Agreement may help you or your business.