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

When two parties are exchanging their confidential information, this deed is essential to make sure that confidential information stays secret! Also known as a 'Two-Way Confidentiality Deed'.

by Kinny Legal

What is a Two-Way Non-Disclosure Deed (a.k.a a Mutual Confidentiality Deed, a Two-Way Confidentiality Deed)?

If two parties wants to disclose confidential information to each other, but also want to make sure that their confidential information stays confidential, they should enter into this deed.

When to use:

This deed should be used if neither party will receive compensation in exchange for providing the confidential information. If a disclosing party is receiving compensation, they should use a 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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