Time and Material Contract Template

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Time and Material Contract Template

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If you are supplying time or materials to any construction project, it’s essential to get everything in writing. This five page contract template is simple but effective. Using a simple template is always better than not getting it in writing at all.

This free form download will come in a MS Word format, so you’ll easily be able to make any edits, additions, or deletions that suit your specific project needs.

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