3Rd Party Contractor Agreement

An assignment refers to a person who is a party to a contract (the assignee) who transfers his rights to another person known as the assignee. The assignee may sue the contract directly against the person designated as an assignee. The person in charge of the contract is designated as a debtor. In principle, there are no formal conditions for transfer, unless a statute with specific requirements is in effect. If the words in the treaty show the intention to transfer rights, that is enough to form an assignment. The text that will be included in the amendment plan usually writes to the contractor as follows: the contractor has read and has full knowledge of the third party agreements (even if he is not aware of them at all and has generally not received a copy of them), he must not miss the employer`s obligations under these agreements and must fulfil all obligations arising from those agreements. as if they were directly included in the construction contract. Therefore, all provisions of the third-party contract that impose an obligation on the employer with respect to the work should also be understood as an obligation for the contractor. It`s as simple as that. How and why did this happen? Imagine a third party as a person who is not directly involved in a transaction, but who may be affected.

As a general rule, the third party has no legal right to the transaction unless the contract serves them in their favour. A contract is established and the contracting parties want a third party to take legal action if the undertaking is not met. This person is considered a third party beneficiary. In other words, if a contract results in benefits for the third person, they become a third party beneficiary with the power to enforce the contract. This raises the question of what the employer intends to tell the contractor that he or she is not already able to do so through the mechanisms in the construction contract? Finally, the employer has the option to vary, suspend or stop work if he wishes. What remains to be accomplished? Or is he in a hurry to sign and seal all the contracts and continue the project, just lazy? It seems that the task of finding the needle in a haystack has to be entrusted to someone, but why would it be the contractor? It is unreasonable to expect the contractor to accept all these risks “through the backdoor” of third-party agreements.