Updated on November 29th, 2021
A California subcontractor agreement establishes a business relationship between a general contractor and a subcontractor. The document allows the general contractor to hire independent workers to perform separate tasks on a larger project. This agreement is often used in construction projects where the contractor oversees many subcontractors performing several different jobs.
Details such as payment terms, subcontractor responsibilities, and deadlines are just some of the provisions that should be described in the document. When both parties agree to the terms and sign the form, they are legally obligated to uphold their end of the agreement.