A non-disclosure agreement (NDA) is a legal contract concluded between the owner of confidential information and its recipient.
NDAs are required when someone wants to protect sensitive data from being disclosed to the public or unauthorized third party. Such data may include inventions, products, services, financial information, or customer lists.
A non-disclosure agreement helps do business without worrying that your competitors will know your secrets. Other possible names of the agreement are confidentiality agreement (CA) and proprietary information agreement (PIA).
Confidential Information specifically includes, without limitation, the following: You will have access to very sensitive information and it is crucial that you do as you should with the information. We sell individual debt or debt portfolios and the information inside should stay between the buyer and seller..
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