The confidentiality agreement is often useful when business discussions can eventually lead a party to disclose several privileged information to the other party and that the disclosing party wishes to ensure beforehand that said information remains confidential.
The signing of a confidentiality agreement for the purposes of a commercial agreement allows discussions that could eventually lead to various types of business arrangements.
This agreement is drafted in very broad terms and allows to secure the disclosing party as to the use, by the receiving party, of information disclosed to him.
Depending on your needs, you can choose a unilateral or a mutual confidentiality agreement.
This document will meet your needs for an agreement that is relatively simple and that is mainly intended to discourage the other party from making any disclosure whatsoever.
For a confidentiality agreement whereof conditions are more complex, please contact .
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GST and QST not included.
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