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Non-Disclosure Agreement

Last revision Last revision 26/03/2024
Formats FormatsWord and PDF
Size Size5 to 7 pages
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Last revisionLast revision: 26/03/2024

FormatsAvailable formats: Word and PDF

SizeSize: 5 to 7 pages

Rating: 4.5 - 4 votes

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A Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA), also known as a Confidentiality Agreement, is a legal contract between two or more parties in which the involved parties commit not to disclose or share any confidential or sensitive information which is meant to be kept confidential, during their business relationship.

Confidential or sensitive information is any valuable business information, data, or details intended to be kept secret. This information includes trade secrets, proprietary technology, financial data, customer lists, business plans, product designs, marketing strategies, and other information. This information is confidential because such information could harm the business or its competitive advantage if such information is disclosed to unauthorized individuals or competitors.

This Agreement may either be one-way (unilateral) or two-way (mutual), depending on whether both parties will be providing the secret information. If only one party will be providing the secret information to the other, it is called a Unilateral Non-Disclosure Agreement. For example, when an inventor of an idea is sharing the idea with another person, the inventor is the disclosing party, and the other party is the receiving party. If the two parties will share the secret information between themselves, it is called a Mutual Non-Disclosure Agreement.

Note that this document can be used as an addendum to a substantial agreement, such as an Employment Agreement, Service Contract, Asset Sale Agreement, IP Licensing Agreement, etc., or can be used separately as an agreement on its own.

This Agreement can be used to share intellectual property, share commercial trading information, or formalize a business relationship, for example, between an employer and an employee. It outlines confidential information or materials the parties wish to share but restricts its use and access by third parties.

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This document is straightforward, only requiring a few pieces of information, including the details of the parties, details of the confidential information, duration of the confidentiality, and purpose of the NDA. After filling out this form, the parties should sign the document. If any of the parties is a company, the common seal of the company must be placed on the document, and either two directors or one director and secretary must sign the document.

If either of the parties is an organization other than a company, an officer or representative of the organization must sign the document after their names have been filled. These officers are managing directors, directors, or any person in a position to make a critical decision on behalf of the registered entity.

After signing the document, each party should keep at least one original signed copy of this document for their record.

Applicable laws

The general rules of contract and confidentiality apply to this Agreement.

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