A Sub-Contracting Master Contract to provide a framework for performing continuous services for customers of the Company. Each job is defined by a Job Order. This agreement is drafted in Neutral form.
The Company requires that Services be provided to Company’s Customers; and Sub-Contractor is willing to provide professionals to perform the Services for Customers, on the terms and conditions stated in this Agreement and in the applicable Job Order(s).
The Sub-Contractor hereby agrees to perform the Services, as specified in one or more Job Orders which are signed by the parties pursuant to this Agreement, directly for Company’s Customer, and Company agrees to pay for such Services as specified in this Job Orders. At the Company’s discretion, the Company agrees to refer Sub-Contractor’s contractor(s) to Company’s Customer for evaluation and possible retention of Sub-Contractor’s Services. The Company will negotiate a rate for those services, invoice its Customer for such Services in the event the parties execute a Job Order, and otherwise perform as stated herein.
The Sub-Contractor shall with due care and diligence and in a good and professional manner carry out the Job with good quality and high standard output.
The Sub-Contractor shall also comply with any instructions or variations issued by the Company (or any authorised representative of the Company) in relation to the Job.
The Sub-Contractor shall comply with, and give all notices required by, any statute, any statutory instrument, rule or order or any regulation or bylaws applicable to the Job.
Each Job Order that is subject to this Agreement shall be considered part of this Agreement and binding upon both parties. An original copy of the Job Order shall be retained by the Company and the Sub-Contractor.
Each Job Order shall be dated, signed by Company and Sub-Contractor and shall specifically refer to this Agreement as the governing contract for the Job Order. The Sub-Contractor shall not be required to commence Services until Company has executed and returned the appropriate Job Order.
The Job shall be completed by the Completion Date in the Job Order. If it becomes apparent that the Job will not be completed by the Completion Date for good reason, then the Company may grant such an extension of the time for completion as it thinks fair and reasonable to take account of the reasons for the delay.
If the Job is not completed by the Completion Date, then the Company shall be entitled to liquidated damages at the rate specified in the Job Order (if any) specified in the Agreement for every week or part of a week during which the Job remains uncompleted.
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