8. Arbitration in the event of a dispute. In the event that, following such an investigation and audit by Painter, and after the owner of the house has fully cooperated and Painter has given the right to heal and/or choose remedies, as is necessary in this case or limited guarantee, there remains a claim, a dispute or any other matter involved, through which the painters and owners cannot accept a solution or, in the event that owners and painters are unable to accept the resolution of other disputes arising from the terms of this contract, the owners and Painter agree that a decision on the issues is made through a binding arbitration procedure on the basis of the rules (the “rules”) of the local bar or other mutually agreed arbitration rules that must be made in a timely and timely manner. Follow these steps to make sure you sign the best possible deal: 5. Independent contractor status. The owners and Painter agree that Painter is an independent contractor under this contract and that all employees, workers and subcontractors employed by Painter in the course of the performance of the work are the employees or agents of Painter and the responsibility of Painter. The contractor undertakes to make available the equipment, equipment and supplies necessary for the performance of the services, in accordance with the terms of this contract. Once services are completed, the contractor will remove all materials, supplies and other debris. As with any contract, you must know all the terms you agree with another party.
A well-prepared contract will protect you and define the relationship between you and the other party. If you are never sure what you agree or what you should include to protect yourself and your business, seek the advice of a lawyer. 10. Applicable law. This contract and enforcement are governed by state law [STAT], regardless of legal disputes. Any action or procedure on the basis of this contract is brought only in the state or federal courts of the county [COUNTY], state [STATE] and both parties agree to submit to the exclusive individual jurisdiction of those courts.