Non-Disclosure Agreement (Mutual) Sample

A Non-Disclosure Agreement (Mutual) is used to regulate the disclosure of confidential information to another party, while legally forbidding the other party from disclosing that information to any third person or entity. Take a look at our sample below, to get an idea of what yours will look like.

Your Non-Disclosure Agreement (Mutual) protects the confidential information of both parties. Just like our sample, it must outline the information that is considered confidential and the duties of the party that is bound to the agreement.

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Once customised, your document will look similar to our sample Non-Disclosure Agreement (Mutual).

What does the Non-Disclosure Agreement (Mutual) cover?

Our Non-Disclosure Agreement (Mutual) include clauses setting out:

  • A description of the confidential information;
  • Confidential rights and obligations of the parties;
  • Protection of sensitive information;
  • Return of confidential information at the end of the agreement;
  • Obligations regarding proper use of the information; and
  • Circumstances where disclosure is permitted.

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Richard Yuen

Richard Yuen

Richard is a Paralegal working in our content team which aims to provide free legal guides to facilitate public access to legal resources. With an interest in information law, his primary focus is in how the law adapts to govern the use and development of new technology in a modern environment.