ANY PERSON - CONTRACTOR, DEVELOPER, or CONSUMER (ALL OF WHICH ARE REFERRED TO HEREIN AS "CLIENT") THAT SUBMITS A PROJECT OR CONTRACT (REFERRED TO HEREIN AS A "PROJECT") TO NATIONAL CONTRACTORS.COM FOR THE PURPOSE OF SEEKING BIDS FROM OTHER CONTRACTORS TO PERORM WORK ON THE PROJECT HEREBY AGREES TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
· Client understands that National Contractors will use reasonable efforts to identify and introduce the Contractor general and/or sub-contractors ("Contractor Candidate") to perform services for Contractor on the Project. Client agrees to provide National Contractors with such information concerning the Project as is reasonably necessary to assist National Contractors in referring a Contractor Candidate, including, for example, bid instructions, general contract documents, specifications and the like.
· The Client shall be under no obligation to enter a contract with any Contractor Candidate introduced to it by National Contractors. However, Client shall make reasonable efforts and shall negotiate in good faith toward a closing of a contract with suitable and qualified contractors found and referred by National Contractors to Client.
· Client shall have the right to withdraw the Project from this Agreement at any time.
· Client agrees to indemnify National Contractors, its officers, directors, employees and agents and to hold such persons harmless against any loss, expense, damage or liability (including reasonable attorneys' fees and costs) arising out of or based upon any contract that Client may enter into with a Contractor Candidate. This obligation will survive termination of National Contractors obligations hereunder.
· National Contractors agrees to hold all documents and information received in connection with this engagement in confidence for the Client except as needed to in order for National Contractor to seek and obtain Contractor Candidates and otherwise fulfill its duties hereunder.
· National Contractors has not made, and will not have the right to make any commitment or commitments on behalf of the Client or Contractor Candidate. The Client shall negotiate all terms of any agreement between a Contractor Candidate and Client. It is understood and agreed that National Contractors is not a promisor or guarantor of any Contractor Candidate's qualifications.
· Client shall make an independent determination of a Contractor Candidate's qualifications to perform work on the Project and shall hold National Contractors harmless from any failure of a Contractor Candidate to meet Contractor's qualifications and National Contractors shall have no liability of any kind to Client arising out of any contract or relationship between Client and Contractor Candidate.
· These Terms and Conditions, together with Clients Project submission constitute the entire agreement between National Contractors and Clients and supercedes any prior verbal or written agreements with respect to the subject matter hereto.
· These Terms and Conditions shall be binding upon the parties' successors and assigns.
· The Agreement between National Contractors and Client shall be deemed entered into in the State of Arizona and the laws of such state shall control. Any dispute between the parties shall be resolved by binding arbitration before the American Arbitration Association ("AAA") in accordance with the AAA's Commercial rules of Arbitration. The arbitration shall take place in Maricopa County, Arizona and the parties expressly consent to jurisdiction therein. The prevailing party in any such arbitration shall be entitled to an award of its reasonable attorneys fees and costs incurred therein.
· By submitting a project online you agree to the terms set forth in this agreement
Contractor License Terms
Any person using this site (referred to here as "Client") must be aware of the following information. The Contractor License content listed on National Contractors.com
is not checked for accuracy on the daily basis. Contractor License Laws and regulations change frequently and sometimes
we are not notified of the changes immediately. National Contractors.com cannot be held liable for any information that is posted
on our site that is innacurate and further investigation by Clients should be taken to ensure that they are accessing
the right information. The goal of our freely posted information is to point you in the right direction and allow you to find
the location and number of the governing entity which is usually the state board of Licensing in each particular state.
Client agrees to indemnify National Contractors, its officers, directors, employees and agents and to hold such persons harmless against any loss, associated with inaccurate information on this site. This obligation will survive termination of National Contractors obligations hereunder.