The tenth article of this document (“X subcontractor”) will examine whether the subcontractor will authorize the subcontractor to hire others to carry out the ordering work described here. If so, mark the first box to be styled entitled “Right to Outsource.” If the licensee feels that this is not appropriate, check the box with the inscription “No right to subcontract.” If the subcontractor has the right to exercise rights under this agreement or in relation to the services provided to […] The heirs, executors, successors and agents then mark the first box to be contributed in the eleventh article (“XI. attribution”). If not, check the box above the term “shouldn`t.” The following article, “XII. Insurance,” will apply for the insurance status that the contractor requires from the subcontractor. If the subcontractor needs to maintain insurance for this task, check the “Soll” box and run the list below. If not, check the “Don`t” activate box. If the subcontractor is required to maintain insurance, we must provide some details on the checklist listed. If the subcontractor is required to manage general liability insurance, check box “A.” Types of coverage. This requires a ratio of dollar amounts for the “single combined limit: personal and material damage,” “personal liability,” “aggregate for underwritten products” and “general aggregate,” if the subcontractor is to manage the “auto liability” insurance, and then mark the second box. This requires the minimum dollar amount required for the insurance policy indicated on the available vacuum. Check the third box to be contributed if the subcontractor is required to purchase “excess liability insurance.” If this is the intervention, note the minimum amount that the subcontractor must have for the directive using the empty line according to the dollar symbol. If an “additional insurance requirement” is to be met, check box 4.
If this statement is checked, make sure both parties are fully aware of the terms of their content. Of course, you have to work in one place. In the next section, “V. Standort,” we need to determine where the subcontractor should be physically present when working for the contractor. If it is a fixed position, check the first box in this section and enter the address of the street on the first empty space, the city on the second empty space and the state on the third empty space. If the location is to be determined in the future (by the contractor), check the second box. This agreement provides for an official timetable for the subcontractor to begin work. Draw the month and calendar day in double digits of this launch date on the first space in “VI. Start,” and then write down the double-digit year of that date on the second space. We must also indicate the date of the schedule if the contractor expects the subcontractor to complete the contract indicated.