Unilateral Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) Template

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The Unilateral Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) Template will bind one party to the maintain the confidence of another when it comes to the Disclosing Party’s Confidential Information. This promise can only be elicited and upheld by the courts if the terms listed in this are clearly detailed and both parties can agree that its terms are valid and should be upheld. The Signature provided by the signature party on this paperwork will be the binding tool necessary for the court’s use when these terms require enforcement.

Much of this document will already have the wording necessary to discuss topics such as Confidentiality, Disclosure, and the Preservation of the Company’s Secrecy. Once the Company’s position on these topics has been shared with the Recipient, there will be little doubt as to the Disclosing Party’s intentions and expectations.

It should be noted that some care from the user of this document will be required to prepare it for signing. Several definitions can only be provided when its use is necessary. For instance, the Identity of the Receiving Party will need to be reported. Thus, make sure to allow ample time for the preparation and review of this document to the satisfaction of both parties before presenting it for a signing.

How To File

1 – The Template On This Page Should Be Downloaded

This template on this page can be saved as an Adobe PDF File or a Microsoft Word (.docx) File. You may select either of these file types using the links supplied on this page.

2 – The Concerned Parties Should Both Be Identified

Locate Statement 1, then enter the Disclosing Party’s Full Name on the blank space provided

In Statement 2, use the blank line to fill in the Receiving Party’s Full Name

3 – Discuss The Subject Of Disclosure In This Document

It is crucial to the effect of this contract the Topic and/or Type of Confidential Information that may or may not be disclosed to the Receiving Party be detailed. The nature of the information described here will be considered confidential and may not be dispensed by the Receiving Party. If there is not enough room, you may continue this report on an additional document that is attached by the time this contract is signed.

4 – The Disclosing Party And Recipient Party Must Each Sign This Paperwork

This document will terminate in two columns. The column on the left is reserved for the Disclosing Party. The Party Disclosing Information must have an Authorized Representative sign this document on its behalf, print his or her Name, record the Title held with the Disclosing Party, the Address of the Disclosing Party, and the Date of his or her Signature.

The Receiving Party will have to sign this contract for it to be effective. The column on the right will provide a blank line labeled “Signature,” “Print Name,” “Title,” “Address,” and “Date.” Only the Receiving Party may sign his or her name on the Signature Line, print his or her Name on the “Print Name” line, and report his or her Title, Address, and Date of Signature in their appropriate lines in this column.