Updated on November 25th, 2021
A Connecticut subcontractor agreement outlines the rights and responsibilities a subcontractor has when hired by a general contractor. Typically, an individual may be subcontracted on a large-scale project to carry out a specialized task, for example, an electrician or a plumber on a construction project.
This agreement spells out precisely what the subcontractor will be required to do, in what timeframe, and how they will be paid. Other important details such as insurance requirements and termination terms may also be included. The execution of the agreement serves to protect both the general contractor and the subcontractor legally should one party fail to uphold certain obligations.