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Register before 12pm on a Friday to be paid the same week. Please note we cannot process payments for individuals who register after 12pm until the following week. Anyone registering after 12pm will be paid the following Friday.

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1Your Details

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Unique Tax Reference No.

If you do not have a UTR number, please call HMRC on 0845 366 7899 to obtain one. Your payments will be subject to 30% deductions unless a valid UTR is provided. If you need assistance with this please call us on 01244 500195.

2Bank or building society details

3Agency details



All applications must be accompanied by a certified true copy of your passport.

4Self employed contract for services

THIS CONTRACT FOR SERVICES is made

BETWEEN:
(1) Exchequer Solutions of 17-19 Boughton, Chester CH3 5AE (“The Contractor”)

(2) The Sub-Contractor as detailed overleaf

By signing this contract you are confirming that whilst you are providing services (The Services) to the Contractor, to enable it to meet its own obligations to its client, you are doing so in the capacity of a self-employed Sub Contractor.

You are obliged to:

  • Act in a professional workmanlike manner at all times.
  • Make all reasonable attempts to work to the Contractor’s deadline
  • Observe Health and Safety regulations regarding working hours and will comply with all reasonable site guidelines relating to working hours and site security.
  • Correct any defective work in your own time without payment.
  • Provide your own safety equipment
  • Hold Public Liability Insurance, if you do not hold your own the Contractor will cover you on its policy but may include a charge for this in the rate you agree.
  • Pay your own Tax and National Insurance.
  • Provide to the Contractor sufficient information to enable the Contractor to verify the Subcontractor’s payment status with HM Revenue & Customs. The Subcontractor will not be entitled to receive any payment under this contract until this information has been provided to the Contractor.
  • Comply with the requirements of the Data Protection Legislation (being (i) the Data Protection Act 1998, until the effective date of its repeal (ii) the General Data Protection Regulation ((EU) 2016/679) (GDPR) and any national implementing laws, regulations and secondary legislation, for so long as the GDPR is effective in the UK, and (iii) any successor legislation to the Data Protection Act 1998 and the GDPR, in particular the Data Protection Bill 2017-2019, once it becomes law).

You are not obliged to:

  • Work at a different site although you may agree to if you want to and may negotiate a new price for doing so.
  • Provide written tenders, price can be agreed verbally.
  • Provide major items of equipment / materials.
  • Do any work. You may choose whether you want to provide your services but are not under any obligation to do so.
  • Work fixed hours.

You have the right to:

  • Decide what method to use to complete the work
  • Leave the site without permission (although you should notify the Contractor for Health and Safety reasons).
  • Send someone with similar experience and qualification in your place. You will be paid for work they do and must then arrange to pay them yourself. (You must notify the
  • Contractor that you are sending someone else).
  • End this contract without giving notice.
  • Take legal advice before signing this contract, and to have a copy of it.
  • Receive a pay statement from the Contractor in accordance with the requirements of the self-employed Construction Industry Scheme, which shall act as a self-billed invoice.
  • Request information about personal data we may process about you in accordance with applicable Data Protection (as further set out in our privacy policy, a coy of which can be found on our website or is available on request).

You do not have the right to:

  • Holiday pay, sick pay or pay for work cancelled due to bad weather.
  • Take part in the Contractor’s grievance procedure.
  • Hold yourself out as being an employee of the Contractor.

By signing this contract you are agreeing to be bound by its terms and you are agreeing that these terms will govern the working relationship between you and the Contractor.

You are also agreeing that the terms of this contract represent the whole contract between you and the Contractor with the exception of any verbal negotiation about price or location of the services. You are also agreeing that you have read and accepted our privacy policy.

CONTRACTOR

The Contractor intends that in this working relationship you are an independent sub contractor.

The Contractor is not obliged to:

  • Offer you any work. They may offer you the opportunity to provide your services but they are not obliged to.

The Contractor has the right to:

  • End this contract without giving notice.
  • Take legal advice before signing this contract.

The Contractor does not have the right to:

  • Control the methods you use when you provide your services to the Contractor.
  • First call on your services – they cannot expect you to drop whatever you are doing to come and provide your services to them.

The Contractor may collect and process certain personal data about you in connection with this Contract. Details of how the Contractor collects and processes your personal data are set out in our privacy policy, a copy of which can be found on our website or is available on request.

By signing this contract the Contractor is agreeing to be bound by its terms and you are agreeing that these terms will govern the working relationship between the Contractor and you.

The Contractor is also agreeing that the terms of this contract represent the whole contract between you and the Contractor with the exception of any verbal negotiation about price or location of the services.

GENERAL

This Contract is governed by the laws of (England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland) as appropriate and is subject to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the (English, Welsh, Scottish, Northern Irish) Courts.

Breach of any clause or clauses in this contract will not void or annul this Contract for Services as a whole in any circumstances.



DECLARATION



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