work contract

Differences between a service contract and a contract for work

Service contract A service contract is a contract in which the party obliged to provide a service undertakes to provide services without a specific result being owed (Sections 611 to 630 BGB). The service contract relates to the provision of activities or services. The party obliged to provide services is not liable for the result of its work, but only for the provision of the [...]
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demolition subcontractor

Subcontractors in demolition: Tasks, orders and challenges in co-operation

The use of subcontractors in the field of building demolition is common practice nowadays. These companies or individuals are often hired to take on specialised tasks. They can be either too complex or too labour-intensive for the main contractors to carry out themselves. However, working with subcontractors in the demolition sector harbours both opportunities [...]
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work contract

Correct invoicing of work contracts

If work is carried out by an external company on the basis of a contract for work and labour, the question arises as to how the services provided are invoiced by the contractor. Among other things, billing on an hourly wage basis is possible. What evidence can the client demand with this billing model? Possible billing models for contracts for work and services In principle, the following models can be used for billing contracts for work and [...]
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