13 Abr Unilateral Non Disclosure Agreement Pdf
18. This agreement is the final, comprehensive and exclusive agreement reached between the parties on the issues dealt with and replaces and brings together all prior discussions between the parties on these issues. Any amendment or amendment to this agreement only takes effect if it is signed in writing and by the party to be raised. 4. Notwithstanding the above, the recipient may provide certain confidential information without violating the obligations under this agreement: where such disclosure is required by a valid order from a court or other competent state agency, provided that the recipient provides the discloser with an appropriate written notification prior to disclosure and makes reasonable efforts to obtain or support a protection decision that prevents or limits disclosure and/or requires that the confidential information disclosed in this manner be used only for the purposes of the law or regulation or for which the order was made. The unilateral confidentiality agreement, also known as “NOA 1,” is an agreement between two (2) parties in which the former (the company) is the sole owner of the information and passes it on to a second party (the beneficiary). By signing the document, the recipient agrees to protect the confidential information provided to him and to prevent it from passing into the hands of third parties. You must also agree not to use confidential information for their own benefit. 2. Subject to Section 3, the recipient agrees that it is at any time strictly confidential, regardless of the termination or expiry of this Agreement, and that it will not transmit any confidential information to third parties unless it is approved in writing by the Discloser and that the confidential information is used for any purpose other than the authorized use. The recipient will also protect this confidential information with at least the same care as the recipient used to protect his or her own confidential information, but by no means less than due diligence. The recipient restricts access to confidential information to those of its staff members or agents who need to know and who have signed confidentiality agreements that contain or are related to confidentiality obligations in one way or another, which are at least as restrictive as those contained in them.