Tennessee Subcontractor Agreement

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Updated December 27, 2022

A Tennessee subcontractor agreement is a legal document that is signed by a contractor and subcontractor to formalize a work agreement between the parties. The general contractor for a project will usually hire subcontractors to work on a specific part of the job in which they are an expert (electrical wiring, communications, drywalling, plumbing, etc.). The contract will need to describe the work that the subcontractor is expected to complete, how they will be compensated, and the date that the work must be finished by. Furthermore, the contractor should disclose how and when the subcontractor will be paid. If certain expenses are covered or if the subcontractor is required to have insurance, these details must also be put into the agreement. Both parties must sign the document for it to be legally viable.

State Definition – § 62-6-102(4)(A)(ii)