The Kansas independent contractor agreement is an instrument used by a client to set forth a collection of rules and regulations governing how a contractor shall operate. The agreement describes the extent of the work to be completed and the manner in which the contractor shall be afforded compensation. Usually, the contractor will receive monetary compensation once their responsibilities have been fulfilled, though alternate payment options can be agreed upon. The implementation of a contractor agreement also offers the client protection in situations where their confidential business information is wrongfully used or disclosed by the contractor.
Laws – § 44-703(i)(3)(D)