Updated on November 29th, 2021
An Idaho independent contractor agreement establishes a legal relationship between two parties (a contractor and their client) that involves an exchange of services for payment. The document will include important provisions such as the type of services to be provided, payment information, due date of the project, responsibility for expenses, and the termination options.
Independent contractors are not employees, so the arrangement between the parties is treated differently. The agreement sets forth these key distinctions in writing, such as the independent contractor’s responsibility to obtain liability insurance, maintain the appropriate business licenses and permits, and hold the client harmless from any loss or liability while working on the project.