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Sorry if you have seen this already, I have had some trouble logging in to I operate a small IT services company in San Francisco. I have an agreement with a large multiunit housing developer to provide tech support to their properties upon request. Each property is separately incorporated as its own entity. We provide the service, send a bill to the developer in Denver, and usually get a check from the property. My question is: do we need an agreement with each property, or is our business covered by our agreement with the parent organization?

As long as your agreement with the parent company references the fact that they will request work be done for the benefit of any one or more of their wholly owned, independently incorporated subsidiaries, then you should be fine.


The parent company would then be responsible for payment to you if you do work on property owned by the parent or owned by a subsidiary.


The parent can then work out with the sub how payment will be made -- that doesn't matter to you as long as you have an agreement that makes someone ultimately responsible.


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Could I provide clarification? If so, please let me know and I would be happy to further assist you. If not, your accept would be appreciated. Thank you.

Customer: replied 6 years ago.
Thanks much, that does answer my question.

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