TYPES OF NON-DISCLOSURE AGREEMENTS
Non-disclosure agreements are of two types. One which deals with information which is only being passed one way and another which deals with information being shared between two or more parties.
A unilateral non-disclosure agreement is used when a business wants to share its information with an outside party. These agreements usually come into play when a business hires an independent contractor to work on a project. The agreement forbids the contractor from using company data for personal gains. Unilateral agreements are also used when a business is preparing to be sold to another person or firm. This allows sellers to share some of their company’s critical data with potential buyers.
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