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You can keep all your trade secrets and business data safe and secure using an NDA or Non-Disclosure Agreement, a legal document that outlines what one can share and with whom. Draft the best suited NDA for your company with our legal whizzes.
A non-disclosure agreement or NDA, also known as a confidentiality agreement, is a written contract between two parties (people or organizations) that prohibits the sharing of confidential/sensitive information revealed to them. If a company asks someone to sign an NDA, whether mutual or unilateral, they promise to keep secret any sensitive information shared with them and not to share it with others.
Any company must have strict and precise NDA policies to keep it safe from legal/financial or other trouble. Legal251 has a dedicated team of experts who will help you with the best NDA agreement according to your needs and wants. So don't wait to keep your company secure and safe. Contact us today.







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Protects Sensitive Information

Protects New Idea/Services

Retain Rights

Ensures Clarity

Limits Information Sharing

Cost-Efficient


Prevents Information Leakage

Maintain Trust and Comfort

Outlines consequences

Protects Company Image

Preserve Business Relationship





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Our legal maestros will review all the documents you submit to lessen the chances of incorrect or misleading information to make the process smooth.

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The purpose of an NDA is to safeguard the information exchanged by one or more parties. An NDA is a legally binding agreement as long as all parties involved sign it. It prohibits sharing confidential/sensitive information with parties outside (or those not interested in signing it).
You can use the letterhead as a substrate to print the contract if you are a registered company. However, if you are an individual, you should use stamp paper of prescribed value in your state for executing this agreement.
Yes, both/all parties should sign the non-disclosure agreement.
A non-disclosure agreement is also known as:
Confidential Agreement (CA)
Confidential Disclosure Agreement (CDA)
Secrecy Agreement (SA)
Proprietary Information Agreement (PIA)
There are three types of a Non Disclosure Agreement:
Unilateral NDA
Employee NDA
Bilateral NDA
Multilateral NDA
There's a different value of stamp paper in each state in India. You can derive the value of the stamp paper from the state in which the execution of the stamp paper is taking place. One can find the value of Stamp Paper/Stamp Duty payable on the state government website.
A Non Disclosure Agreement With Witness comes with a limitation period of 12 years to claim against breach of agreement in the court of law. On the other hand, the limitation period in case of agreement Without a Witness is 6 years.
Here, the Limitation Period is the legally specified period after which a court of law will not entertain any legal action.
The Non Disclosure Agreement itself consists of the penalties to deal with the breach of the agreement. However, you haven't listed any penalty in the agreement. Still, it is clearly mentioned that one can sue the person guilty of a contract violation for such misconduct.
When a party discloses confidential and valuable information to the other party under a Non Disclosure Agreement, the party receiving such information is called a "Receiving Party".
Yes, you can add a clause to the Non Disclosure Agreement with the other party's prior consent.


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