the service fees to be paid to the subcontractor in accordance with Annex 3 B. What are the obligations imposed on the subcontractor when its subcontractors or managers record the project? Can or should the subcontractor remain glued around the deposit? The owner may require the GC or subcontractor to make waiver statements for subcontractors or lower-level suppliers for each application. These prove that you have paid them the sums you owe them. D. Does the general contractor have the unlimited right to require the subcontractor to make and make modifications to the work, even if the amounts to be paid for the alteration work are not fixed? C. If a loan is necessary, when should the subcontractor feed the loan? the service levels referred to in Annex 4, but only if the parties have decided, during the maintenance, to agree on a level of service with Subcontractor B. Does the contract bind the subcontractor to the same obligations as those of the general contractor vis-à-vis the owner? If so, have you checked the general contract? This checklist of subcontracting clauses must be used by a subcontractor to identify adverse clauses contained in a subcontract before signing. The checklist is essentially in the same order as a standard long-form AGC Subcontract. The checklist helps a subcontractor identify and resolve potential legal issues before costly claims and complaints occur. However, no checklist can identify all the legal issues a subcontractor may encounter. Therefore, the checklist does not replace the continuous due diligence by which a subcontractor must identify its own legal problems before they give rise to claims and/or disputes.
Each party must make a copy of their signed agreement and keep the original safe. B. Does the determination of the guarantee require the subcontractor to meet the requirements of the subcontracting documents for all work? If so, will field conditions differ from specifications and plans? Q. Does the contract allow the general contractor to pay the pledges from the syndicate`s trust fund and deduct the amount paid from the amounts due to the subcontractor or to remove the subcontractor from the work if such a pledge is deposited? H. Is the subcontractor required to continue working in the event of a dispute between him and the general contractor? K. Can the subcontractor stop working if progress payments are not made on time? Following the analyses of the last two weeks of some major construction decisions that have been published recently, I thought I would consider this week`s contribution as practical and brief for those who are not construction lawyers. So without further bluntness, here`s a short checklist of the most important things (with the exception of the call from their experienced local lawyer) that a contractor has to do or look for when they`ve verified a construction contract by a general contractor (and for a few of them that a general contractor can look for in their main contract). . . .