Do I need a contract if I enter a commercial contract over $10,000? Subcontractor FAQ
Updated: Jul 17, 2020
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.
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