A Delaware subcontractor agreement is a legally binding contract with another party who brings the skills, resources, and other assets the contractor needs to ensure things get done correctly. The document specifies the responsibilities of both parties, including the scope of the work, any required insurance, and how both parties agree to settle disputes.
“‘Subcontractor’ means a person who enters into a contract to furnish labor and/or materials to a contractor.”
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How long does a contractor have to pay a subcontractor in Delaware?
Per Delaware Code § 3507(d), if the subcontractor payment terms are not in the contract, the contractor must pay all undisputed amounts owed to the subcontractor within 15 days of receipt of payment from the owner.