| Commentary

83 Introduction

| Commentary

3: CONTRACTING AGREEMENTS

83 Introduction

This section contains examples of agreements for the employment of the services of a contractor1. In the first two cases the remuneration of the person employed derives as to part from a fixed fee and as to part from an entitlement to a percentage of the profits earned by the business. In the third case the contractor receives a fixed fee payment only. It is submitted that the arrangements do not constitute a general partnership2. The agreements are also appropriate where the non-landowning party is not providing any working capital to

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