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Free non-disclosure agreement (NDA) to download

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Download this free non-disclosure agreement to use during business negotiations.

In many instances, information and intellectual property is a business’s most valuable asset. If you are discussing new product ideas, technologies or sensitive client information, you should ask the business representative, investors or contractors you’re dealing with to sign a non-disclosure agreement also called an NDA. An NDA lays out your rights if someone discloses your confidential information to others.

If you don’t already have an NDA drawn up for your business,
download this free NDA.

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