- work under a subcontract; engage in a subcontract
- a contract assigning to another party some obligations of a prior contract
- A subcontract notice shall not be required when a subcontract meets the conditions of Article 28.
- Information to be included in the subcontract notices referred to in Article 52
- Subcontract notices shall be published in accordance with Article 32(2) to (5).
- an indication of the proportion of the contract which the service provider or contractor may intend to subcontract.
- The conditions under which the contractor may subcontract must be defined in the tender and in the contract.
- any intention to subcontract or involve third parties in the euro secure activities for which the manufacturer has security accreditation;
- Successful tenderers may publish, in accordance with Article 32, subcontract notices for which advertising is not required.
- if applicable, the part of the tasks and related costs that the final beneficiary intends to subcontract to third parties;
- Where provided for in the grant agreement, the participants in the indirect action may subcontract certain elements of the work to be carried out to third parties.
- Conformity assessment bodies frequently subcontract parts of their activities linked to the assessment of conformity or have recourse to a subsidiary.
- a commitment from the tenderer to provide the information required under point (c) on any new subcontractor before awarding a subcontract.
- The successful tenderer shall award subcontracts corresponding to the percentage which the contracting authority/entity requires it to subcontract in accordance with the provisions of Title III.
- This cooperation may take the form either of a joint venture, or of a subcontract or of on-the-job training of trainees.
- No person shall contract or subcontract the transport of animals except to transporters authorised in accordance with Article 10(1) or Article 11(1).
- Ulstein was to subcontract to the Szczecin shipyard the production of hulls, and later complete off-shore vessels, for the Ulstein group on market terms.