A Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) is a contract that concerns confidential information that can be technical and/or commercial in nature. With the confidential information conferring a benefit to the receiving party, an NDA is an agreement between the disclosure and recipient of the confidential information to protect it by not disclosing it to third parties for a specified period.
Key features of the Legislate NDA?
Legislate understands the differences between standard and enterprise NDAs, ensuring both parties are suitably protected where necessary
Option to pick whether the NDA is one-way or two-way
Supports a wide range of purposes
If you’re sharing technical or business info, guarantee you create the agreement which is best for you
Main benefits of managing your NDAs with Legislate
Legislate speeds up the contracting process, allowing you to focus on what’s important
Legislate’s NDAs offer parties protection of secondary information.
Our NDAs permit a wide range of purposes, ensuring we can cater for all your business needs.
How to create a NDA with Legislate
Creating a NDA with Legislate is straightforward. The party just needs to specify the agreement’s terms, such as whether the NDA is one-way or mutual. They can then invite the other party who, once they have previewed the agreement and accepted the terms can sign it.
Parties can add companies as parties to the NDA and can utilise Legislate’s Activity Tab to discuss or negotiate its reach.
For more information on how to create your agreements with Legislate, read our NDA tutorial or book an introductory call with one of our team members.