Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA)
When to use an NDA?
-when you want to exchange confidential information with another business (or individual)
-to impress upon the other party the value of the confidential information
-to impose requirements about protection of your confidential information
Preserve confidentiality when two businesses exchange commercially sensitive information by using this mutual confidentiality agreement. In business, it is often a two-way non-disclosure agreement (NDA) offers protection when two businesses want to share information with each other but need to ensure the information goes no further. This mutual NDA allows you to get to know each other better so you can decide whether to enter into a longer-term deal or partnership.
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