One-Way Non-Disclosure Deed (All States, Australia)

This deed is essential to make sure your confidential information stays secret when disclosing to another party. Also known as a 'Unilateral Confidentiality Deed'.

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What is a One-Way Non-Disclosure Deed (a.k.a a Unilateral Confidentiality Deed, a One-Way Confidentiality Deed)?

If a party wants to disclose confidential information to someone else but also wants to make sure the information stays confidential, they should enter into this deed.

When to use:

This deed should be used if the disclosing party has not received compensation in exchange for providing the confidential information. If the disclosing party is receiving compensation, they should use a One-Way Non-Disclosure Agreement (coming soon).

Jurisdiction:

All Australian jurisdictions.

Time To Complete:

Approximately 5 minutes.

Section Headings:

Recitals, (1) Definitions and interpretation, (2) Access, (3) Duties of Recipient Party, (4) Exceptions, (5) Indemnity, (6) Remedy, and (7) Miscellaneous.

Length:

Approximately 9 pages long.

Format:

Microsoft Word.


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