A Nevada Subcontractor Agreement is a legal document contractors use to hire subcontractors to assist with a particular job or project.
It includes relevant details designed to protect the interests of both parties, including but not limited to the scope of the work, how long that work should take, and how much and how the contractor will pay the subcontractor.
Often, a contractor needs more specialized skills, equipment, or other resources to complete a job. In those situations, they could enlist the help of a subcontractor to fill in any gaps and ensure they meet the job requirements.
In Nevada, a contractor who enters an agreement with a property owner or client is the “prime contractor.” The subcontractor works for the prime contractor and not the owner, which allows them to fall within the definition of a subcontractor.