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Do I need a contract if I enter a commercial contract over $10,000? Subcontractor FAQ

Updated: Jul 17, 2020


Subbies and Tradies | As a subbie or tradie, do I need a contract if I enter a commercial contract over 10000 dollars, written contract, QBCC Act, QBCC penalties - call us on 07 3128 0120 or email at subcontractors@arbuildinglaw.com.au - www.subcontractors.arbuildinglaw.com.au

As a subbie or tradie, do I need a contract if I enter a commercial contract over $10,000? If you enter into a commercial contract (as a trade contractor, subbie or superior contractor) for over $10,000 you need to have a written contract.

To read the rest of the FAQ and what the contract needs to state, search for "commercial contract over" on our FAQ page.

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

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