Updated on December 27th, 2021
An Arizona subcontractor agreement creates a legally binding contract that allows a general contractor to specify the terms and conditions of their working relationship with a subcontractor. This mutually beneficial agreement details the precise nature of the subcontractor’s work and responsibilities, as well as the payment terms, project start date, and any completion deadlines.
As the subcontractor is not an employee of the contractor, they are responsible for handling any necessary business licenses and permits, their crew and materials, and their insurance. The general contractor’s responsibility is to oversee the project as a whole, ensuring any work performed by any hired subcontractors is up to the client’s expectations.