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Do I really need to use a contract for domestic building work? Subcontractor FAQ


Do I really need to use a contract for domestic building work? If you are carrying out work for more than $3,300 you must use a contract. If you don’t use a contract you could receive fines and penalty units from QBCC.

To read the rest of the FAQ answer, go to our Subcontractor FAQ page and search for "domestic building".

Find our Subcontractor FAQ page here: https://www.subcontractors.arbuildinglaw.com.au/faq-subcontractors

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