Non-Disclosure (Confidentiality) Agreement

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Non-Disclosure (Confidentiality) Agreement

What is a Non-Disclosure Agreement?

It is a contract by which one or more Parties agree not to disclose confidential information that they have shared with each other as a necessary part of doing business together or entering into some form of relationship.

Why is it used?

Before formally engaging with a Party information must be shared. If an NDA is not in place the Disclosing Party runs the risk that the Party receiving this information may use it to their benefit without entering into the original business relationship or alternatively end the relationship and use this information. By entering into an NDA, discussions and the exchange of information is protected.

How to use the NDA example.

  • The NDA example is not tailored to your personal circumstances. If you wish to use it or modify it we suggest you call us for details on how best to use it.  We offer a free 15-minute consultation to anyone who has purchased this example.  Our number is 02 7200 8200.
  • Schedule 1 contains a table that must be completed to include the specifics of each case. All amendments are in brackets. Please amend or insert as directed and remove the brackets.
  • The signature page allows for signature by either an individual or a company. Select the correct signatory section based on who the Parties are and delete the other.

The Parties are to initial each page and date and sign the signature page.

Want something to cover sensitive information that might be discussed in a meeting? Want to meet with a potential business partner and tell him of your motivations and interests in a particular investment? Want to talk about the specialised knowledge you have? Want to keep your confidential information confidential?

A Confidentiality Agreement seeks to keep confidential, information that is of a confidential nature.

What is a Non-Disclosure Agreement?

It is a contract by which one or more Parties agree not to disclose confidential information that they have shared with each other as a necessary part of doing business together or entering into some form of relationship.

Why is it used?

Before formally engaging with a Party information must be shared. If an NDA is not in place the Disclosing Party runs the risk that the Party receiving this information may use it to their benefit without entering into the original business relationship or alternatively end the relationship and use this information. By entering into an NDA, discussions and the exchange of information is protected.

How to use the NDA example.

  • The NDA example is not tailored to your personal circumstances. If you wish to use it or modify it we suggest you call us for details on how best to use it.  We offer a free 15-minute consultation to anyone who has purchased this example.  Our number is 02 7200 8200.
  • Schedule 1 contains a table that must be completed to include the specifics of each case. All amendments are in brackets. Please amend or insert as directed and remove the brackets.
  • The signature page allows for signature by either an individual or a company. Select the correct signatory section based on who the Parties are and delete the other.

The Parties are to initial each page and date and sign the signature page.

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