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What is a Contractor Agreement?

A Contractor Agreement is a legal contract between a business (the “principal”) and a service provider (the “contractor”). The contract can be for a one-off project, or an ongoing service for a specified period of time. A Contractor Agreement covers the important terms of the engagement, including services, payment, confidentiality, termination, and limitation of liability.

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A Contractor Agreement includes a number of important clauses, including the term, scope, payment, restraint, confidentiality, IP, guarantee/warranties, indemnity, dispute resolution and termination. It also normally includes a Schedule or Job Sheet which contains specific details of the services or project. This includes things like job description, start date, supervisor name etc.

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Yes, we definitely recommend it. If your business engages contractors, it’s a good idea to have a contract for each new contractor. This will set clear expectations about the services to be supplied and other commercial terms for the engagement. It will also help to avoid disputes and misunderstandings.

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We’ll consider your unique situation and let you know if we think this is right for your business.

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