Non-disclosure Agreement (Disclosing Long)

Non-disclosure Agreement (Disclosing Long)

A Non-Disclosure Agreement is a contract used to maintain privacy in agreements where sensitive information is exchanged between two parties. This NDA has been designed to protect the disclosing party and should generally be used as your first option when it is only one party who has information to protect and the other is only receiving this information. Ultimately, it is designed to prevent the unlawful disclosure of confidential information.

This agreement:

  • A Legal Precedent to protect your confidential information
  • Protects the parties against the unlawful use or disclosure of confidential information by a receiving party
  • Can be used for any purpose which requires the disclosure of confidential information
  • Is Reciprocal – applies to both parties equally
  • Includes provision for a breach by the receiving party

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