The documents displayed on this page are available as a PDF file or word processor. Each button that appears with the preview (PDF, Word and ODT) opens the chord as the type of file with which it is labeled. Open, display and download these documents in the format you prefer. Unless otherwise stated, as intended, the duration of this subcontract begins on the effective date and ends [NUMBER] year after it. If, during the duration of the agreement, which provides for the conclusion after the end date of the agreement, a mission decision is approved, the mission is further interpreted as a written amendment to that agreement, extending the end date of the agreement to the closing date of the mission order. Travel. Travel is not expected in any series of tasks. If a trip is required, all Prime trips must be approved in advance. Premium does not reimburse the subcontractor for travel-related expenses that have not been approved in writing by Prime. When a trip is authorized by Prime, Prime reimburses the subcontractor, on a cost basis, without surcharge or processing costs, reasonable and justified costs necessarily incurred by the subcontractor in carrying out the work in the course of a mission. Travel hours are non-refundable and are not charged unless Prime has expressly authorized something else. This part of the contract protects the contractor. If the project is completed, if something goes wrong under the responsibility of a subcontractor, then the contract has the opportunity to recover losses.
If the error is attributable to the contractor, the subcontractor is not liable and the contractor has no legal means of recovery. The laws of the state in which the work is done must be mentioned here, as some states are subject to certain restrictions on the inclusion of compensation clauses. Some states object to the right to damages if the problem is due to intentional misconduct or negligence. The model for subcontractors will contain this section, but the contractor should do some legal research and fact-checking to cover all bases. The text of the section must be precise and precise, while respecting the legal limits set out in state laws. “time and materials,” services provided at an hourly rate, taking into account the actual cost of hours worked and materials used to deliver services.