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Service Agreement
This SERVICE AGREEMENT (the “Agreement”) is made between
______________________. an Indiana corporation, (“General Contractor”) and
____________________________, (‘Contractor”)
Whereas General Contractor desires to enter into the Agreement with Contractor
to receive services there from:
Now, Therefore, in consideration of their mutual promises made herein, the
General Contractor and Contractor hereby agree as follows:
1. Services: Contractor shall provide such services (the “Work”) to General
Contractor and on such terms as specified in Attachment A, attached hereto
and incorporated herein by reference.
2. Insurance: Contractor hereby represents and certifies that it maintains: (a)
adequate workers’ compensation insurance and employer’s liability insurance
for its employees as required by applicable state laws; (b) adequate
commercial general liability insurance with provisions for the following
limits: (i) a per-occurrence limit of $1,000,000; (ii) a products-completed
operations aggregate limit of $1,000,000 (collectively, the “Commercial
Liability Coverage’s”) and (c) ________ professional liability _________
pollution liability with a per-occurrence limit of $1,000,000, with an insurance
company rated at least A- and V by A.M. Best Company or otherwise agreed
to in writing by General Contractor, at the time of execution of this
Agreement and, in any case prior to the commencement of the Work with a
Certificate of Insurance for the Commercial Liability Coverage’s naming the
General Contractor as an additional insured.
3. Indemnification: Contractor agrees to defend, indemnify, and hold harmless
General Contractor from and against any and all actions, liabilities, claims,
damages, costs, and other expenses (including attorney’s fees and expenses)
that may arise during the course of the Work and thereafter, including but not
limited to, injury to any employee of General Contractor or Contractor, to the
extent that such liabilities and claims are, in any way, caused by or connected
with the acts, errors or omissions of Contractor. This Section 3 shall survive
the termination of this Agreement.\
4. Certification: Contractor herby represents and warrants to General
Contractor that it holds all licenses, permits and/or certifications (collectively
the “Licenses”) required for all Work being performed by Contractor pursuant
to this Agreement and that such Licenses are valid. Contractor agrees that it
shall maintain the proper Licenses at all times during the performance of the
Work and for such a time thereafter as a guaranty or warranty of the Work
either express or implied, may be in effect.
Service Agreement
This SERVICE AGREEMENT (the “Agreement”) is made between
______________________. an Indiana corporation, (“General Contractor”) and
____________________________, (‘Contractor”)
Whereas General Contractor desires to enter into the Agreement with Contractor
to receive services there from:
Now, Therefore, in consideration of their mutual promises made herein, the
General Contractor and Contractor hereby agree as follows:
1. Services: Contractor shall provide such services (the “Work”) to General
Contractor and on such terms as specified in Attachment A, attached hereto
and incorporated herein by reference.
2. Insurance: Contractor hereby represents and certifies that it maintains: (a)
adequate workers’ compensation insurance and employer’s liability insurance
for its employees as required by applicable state laws; (b) adequate
commercial general liability insurance with provisions for the following
limits: (i) a per-occurrence limit of $1,000,000; (ii) a products-completed
operations aggregate limit of $1,000,000 (collectively, the “Commercial
Liability Coverage’s”) and (c) ________ professional liability _________
pollution liability with a per-occurrence limit of $1,000,000, with an insurance
company rated at least A- and V by A.M. Best Company or otherwise agreed
to in writing by General Contractor, at the time of execution of this
Agreement and, in any case prior to the commencement of the Work with a
Certificate of Insurance for the Commercial Liability Coverage’s naming the
General Contractor as an additional insured.
3. Indemnification: Contractor agrees to defend, indemnify, and hold harmless
General Contractor from and against any and all actions, liabilities, claims,
damages, costs, and other expenses (including attorney’s fees and expenses)
that may arise during the course of the Work and thereafter, including but not
limited to, injury to any employee of General Contractor or Contractor, to the
extent that such liabilities and claims are, in any way, caused by or connected
with the acts, errors or omissions of Contractor. This Section 3 shall survive
the termination of this Agreement.\
4. Certification: Contractor herby represents and warrants to General
Contractor that it holds all licenses, permits and/or certifications (collectively
the “Licenses”) required for all Work being performed by Contractor pursuant
to this Agreement and that such Licenses are valid. Contractor agrees that it
shall maintain the proper Licenses at all times during the performance of the
Work and for such a time thereafter as a guaranty or warranty of the Work
either express or implied, may be in effect.
5. Relationship: Contractor is an independent contractor. It is understood that
General Contractor shall not control the means or manner in which Contractor
and its employees perform the Work. Contractor and its employees shall not
be deemed to be employees of General Contractor for any purpose.
6. Assignment: Contractor shall neither assign nor subcontract all or any part of
Contractor’s obligations under this Agreement without the prior written
consent of the General Contractor, which may be granted or denied by
General Contractor in its sole discretion. Contractor may not assign any
amounts due or to become due under this Agreement without prior written
notice to General Contractor.
7. Failure to Perform: If General Contractor determines that Contractor is not
diligently and properly performing its obligations and responsibilities under
the terms of this Agreement, General Contractor shall provide notice of
default and demand for correction (“Notice”) to Contractor. Contractor shall
have three (3) business days from the date of Notice to cure, or commence and
diligently prosecute the cure of such deficiency (”Cure Period”). If at the end
of the Cure Period, such correction is not made to the satisfaction of General
Contractor, then General Contractor may terminate this Agreement, or in
addition to any other remedy it may have, resolve such deficiencies and
deduct the cost incurred from payments then or thereafter due to Contactor.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this agreement on this
________ day of ___________________, 2006.
Contractor:
General Contractor:
By: _______________________
By: ____________________
Printed: _____________________
Printed: _________________
Title: _______________________
Title: ___________________

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