This is stated in the article entitled “IV. Responsibilities of the subcontractor. They must put in each box a marking corresponding to a declaration that correctly defines what the subcontractor must do to be paid by the contractor. Put a signal in the first control box if the subcontractor is to provide “work”, the second control box, if the subcontractor must provide all necessary supplies and products, the third box, if the subcontractor must provide all the “equipment” for this order, the fourth control box, when the subcontractor is responsible for all the “travel” that these responsibilities entail; and/or the last control box, if there are “other” obligations for which the subcontractor is responsible but have not been detailed above. Due to the risk that the subcontractor will be designated as an employee of the contractor, it is best to avoid the following: there may sometimes be a misunderstanding or dispute between the contractor and the subcontractor. These documents deal with this scenario in “XIII. Dispute Settlement”. If both parties need to agree to a “mandatory arbitration” procedure to resolve a dispute, select the first control box. If both have to accept a non-binding arbitration procedure, select the second check box. If they need to go through a “mediation” procedure instead, activate the third control box and indicate whether they need to enter “binding arbitration” or “dispute” to settle the case. Well, in the fourteenth article (“FOURTEENth termination”), we must give some details about the end of this agreement.