NDA with an individual? Here are the contents
WHAT IS THE NDA WITH AN INDIVIDUAL DOCUMENT?
This Non-disclosure Agreement (NDA) is an agreement between your business and an individual. Use it when before sharing your confidential business information so you can protect it.
WHY SHOULD I USE IT?
Use this NDA to easily protect your confidential information with minimum fuss, leaving you to get on with growing your business. It’s such a small and easy step to take to protect something so valuable to your business.
Any business who wants to share any confidential business information with an individual can use this document. It doesn’t matter what the confidential information is, or why you want to share it.
This document has exactly what you need to help you share your confidential information securely and safely. It means that you can make it clear that
- you will always own your information and
- you’re only sharing for the reasons you’ve agreed to in the NDA (perhaps a worker on trial or to discuss a deal) – It’s not a free for all
Then, once the reason for sharing ends – that’s it. Nobody can use your information anymore. You decide whether it should be destroyed or returned to you.
An NDA leaves the person clear about how and when they can use your confidential information. It also lets them know that you value your information and explains what you will do to protect it. Like Court action to stop them or claiming compensation (damages).
Having a Non-disclosure Agreement means that you can share confidential information and protect it at the same time. It limits misunderstanding and future problems. This helps create trust and build relationships because everyone will know what’s expected of them.
HOW TO USE THIS DOCUMENT
Download the MS Word document written by qualified lawyers. We make them write in plain English so it’s easy to use (no chocolate until they do). Using the explanations and guidance provided, you can adapt, and use it to suit your circumstances.
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