Sub-Contractor definition

Sub-Contractor means the person named in the Contract for any part of the Works or any person to whom any part of the Contract has been sublet by the Contractor with the consent in writing of the Engineer and will include the legal representatives, successors and permitted assigns of such person.
Sub-Contractor means any third party appointed by the Contractor under clause F1.1 which through its employees or agents directly delivers the Services.
Sub-Contractor means a third party directly or indirectly contracted to the Contractor (irrespective of whether such person is an agent or company within the same group of companies as the Contractor) whose services and/or goods are used by the Contractor (either directly or indirectly) in connection with the provision of the Services, and “Sub-Contract” shall be construed accordingly.

Examples of Sub-Contractor in a sentence

The Service Provider shall procure and shall procure that any relevant Sub- Contractor shall procure that the benefits to be awarded in the Service Provider’s Scheme in respect of such a bulk transfer shall be of broadly equivalent value to the benefits being given up in the LGPS and full (or day- for-day) service credits will be awarded in the Service Provider’s Scheme to any Eligible Employee who consents to such a bulk transfer.

The Service Provider shall and shall procure that any Sub- Contractor shall supply to the Council full particulars of such proposed changes and the Council shall be afforded reasonable time to consider them.

The Bidder is free to list more than one Sub- Contractor, but up to a maximum of 3 (three) Sub- Contractors against each item of the Services.

Should any such inspection or registration need to be re-arranged due to the fault of the Contractor or his Sub Contractor, the additional fees to such inspection and/or registration shall be borne by the Contractor.

Where the Contract provides for tests on the premises of the Contractor or of any Sub- Contractor, the Contractor shall provide such assistance, labour, materials, electricity, fuel, stores, apparatus and instruments as may be necessary to carry out the tests efficiently.


More Definitions of Sub-Contractor

Sub-Contractor means the person or company named in the contract for any part of the work or any person to whom any part of the contract has been sub-let by the Contractor with the consent in writing of the Purchaser and shall include his heirs, executors, administrators, representatives and assignees approved by the Purchaser.
Sub-Contractor means a person other than the Contractor’s employees, engaged by the Contractor who provides goods or services to the Contractor.
Sub-Contractor means any person, firm or company under the Contract to the Contractor to perform work or provide professional services and/or supply goods and includes any other person or persons taken as a partner or director by such person, firm or company during the currency of the Contract and the surviving member or members of any such firm or company.
Sub-Contractor means each of the sub-contractors listed in Framework Schedule 2 (Sub-Contractors) or any person engaged by the Supplier in connection with the provision of the Goods and Services from time to time as may be permitted by this Framework Agreement;
Sub-Contractor means any person named in the Contract as a sub- contractor, manufacturer or supplier for a part of the Works or any person to whom a part of the Works has been sub-contracted with the consent of the Employer and the legal successors in title to such person, but not any assignee of such person.
Sub-Contractor means any person other than the Supplier, who is a party to a Sub-Contract and the servants or agents of that person;
Sub-Contractor means any person on whom preparation of any design, or supply of any Stores and Other Service(s) is subcontracted directly or indirectly by the Contractor and includes its legal successor or permitted assignees, and unless otherwise stated, all the Sub-contractors and suppliers to such Person and the term Sub-Contract shall be construed accordingly.