Updated on December 7th, 2021
The Georgia subcontractor agreement is used when a general contractor hires a subcontractor to complete specific duties on a large project. The general contractor will oversee the project and ensure that the subcontractor carries out their required tasks to the client’s specifications.
The agreement details the services and responsibilities that the subcontractor will be obligated to carry out and how they will be compensated for their work. It should be noted in the document if the subcontractor is required to provide materials, equipment, or transportation for the project. Once signed, the agreement will remain in effect until either the termination date occurs (if applicable), the subcontractor completes their services or either party terminates the agreement.