Meaning of contractee in English:



See contract

‘You should see who the contractors and contractees really are most of the time.’
  • ‘The contracts are said to avoid the need for legal action and can encourage the contractee to change his or her behaviour by facing up to what they have done.’
  • ‘No apparent attempt was made to identify or exclude industry consultants, contractees, or grantees.’
  • ‘Furthermore, the Home Office equivalent of Chinese walls between contractors and contractees invite suspicions rather than confidence.’
  • ‘Contractees are afforded certain tax benefits as independent businesses.’