Confidentiality Agreement / NDA [Mutual]
*Updated for GDPR*
This mutual Confidentiality Agreement or NDA is used where two parties are sharing information, documents or something else, like an idea, and they both want their information to be kept confidential, and not shared with anyone else or used in a way that they don’t want it to be used. Sometimes it may be only one party that is sharing information or documents and they want that party receiving the information to keep to it to themselves, and not share it or use it in a way that they don’t want them to. If this is the case, you should use the Confidentiality Agreement / NDA (One Way).
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