The Landlord-Tenant Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) Template, presented below, has been developed to procure a binding signature from a Tenant who will be exposed to Landlord information that must be kept confidential or private. Sometimes, a Landlord’s information may be quite exposed to a Tenant, such as when one business leases part of its premises to another business. This gives the renter or Tenant access to the Landlord’s information on a day-to-day basis. Obviously, Landlords who must share information or have their information exposed would like to retain control over how that information is treated by the recipient Tenant. This document will provide a detail of the Landlord’s expectation of the Tenant regarding this matter as well as define what information should be considered private and therefore never dispensed.
The Tenant for the most part does have a need to know these definitions and expectations since, this will prevent any unintentional dispensing of the Landlord’s information. Such actions, even if accidental, can cause a great deal of stress in any professional relationship. By disclosing these terms to the Tenant to the comprehension of the Tenant, then obtaining a binding signature, both parties can be rest assured they are on the same page on this subject.
How to Write
1 – The Agreement Can Be Downloaded On This Page
This contract can be viewed and downloaded as an Adobe PDF through the image below. In addition, you may also obtain it as a Microsoft Word (.docx) Document. Use the links supplied on this page to download a copy in your preferred format.
2 – The Heading Requires Information Specific To The Situation
The heading will need to address the participants of this contract. Three blank spaces in the upper left-hand corner have been provided for this purpose. Begin satisfying these items by entering the Landlord’s Full Name on the blank line labeled “Landlord.”
The concerned Tenant should be named on the blank line labeled “Tenant.”
Complete the heading by naming the Subject matter this document will apply to on the blank line labeled “Subject.” This will be the topic of information to be kept in confidence.
3 – The Landlord And The Tenant Must Both Sign This Document
After the Landlord and Tenant have familiarized themselves with the contents of this paperwork, each one must provide a few items to signify his or her acceptance
The Landlord must sign the blank line labeled “Landlord’s Signature,” enter the Signature Date on the adjacent line, and print his or her Name onto the “Print Name” line.