A South Carolina subcontractor agreement is a legally binding document a general contractor uses to enter a relationship with a subcontractor. This contract outlines the work the contractor hires the subcontractor to perform and documents the pay due to the subcontractor.
General contractors and subcontractors should always use a subcontractor agreement when doing business because it protects both parties by recording responsibilities and deadlines everyone can refer to in a dispute.
“‘Subcontractor’ means any person who has contracted to furnish labor or materials to, or has performed labor or supplied materials for, a contractor or another subcontractor in connection with a contract to improve real property.”
View a South Carolina subcontractor agreement template and download it as a PDF or Word file below.