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10 Things to Consider When Drafting Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDA)

A Non-Disclosure Agreement or NDA is a contractual agreement between the Discloser (the party sharing information) and the Receiver (the party receiving information) to share information for a specific purpose with a promise not to disclose or use the information outside of the purpose in the NDA.

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You may refer to this non-disclosure agreement template to see how these documents are typically drafted.

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